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The Gunslinger

 

An obnoxious little man from Newark moved out to Tombstone, Arizona. Surrounded by traces of the Old West, he began to fancy himself a gunslinger. He bought a six-gun and drove out to the desert to teach himself how to shoot.

Day after day he returned to the desert to practice. His favorite targets were giant saguaro cacti. He imagined that they were desperadoes and he was John Wayne. There was one saguaro in particular he liked to use for target practice. It was massive: 15 feet high and 4 feet around at the base, with two huge arms that made the cactus look like it was surrendering to the Newark cowboy. After a couple of months of taking potshots at this cactus, it was chewed up by bullet holes. But the marksman never gave a thought to the damage he was inflicting on the cactus.

One day, as usual, he drove out to the desert to indulge in his favorite fantasy of saving the life of Cameron Diaz from a 15-foot-tall outlaw. He blasted away at his saguaro. When he stopped to reload, it seemed to him that the saguaro swayed slightly. Curious, he walked over and saw that the base of the cactus was soft and spongy—almost rotted through. It wouldn't take much to make this giant fall over.

As he contemplated the loss of his favorite adversary, a new gunslinger appeared in the desert. This one came from East St. Louis and he, too, saw himself as a hero of the Old West. But while the Newark cowboy favored a six-gun, this character had bought a shotgun. He saw the giant saguaro cactus, but not the small man who was standing behind it. He took careful aim, pulled the trigger and caught the saguaro in the middle.

It wobbled for a moment, then lurched backward.

The man with the shotgun heard a high-pitched "No!" as the saguaro fell. When he ran over he found the gunslinger from Newark, crushed beneath the giant cactus.


 

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