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is that you, CORALLL?
Pa I got the gold right here pa. We got us the Josey Wales.
Was it a legal requirement to take salty badass classes and graduate before puberty back in those days?
Portrait of Private Japhet Collins, Company D, ‘Bastrop County Rawhides,’ 12th Texas Cavalry Regiment, Parson’s Brigade, Confederate States Army. Collins is dressed in civilian clothing and wears a military-style forage cap. He is equipped with a British-made Bowie knife and a Model 1851 Colt ‘Navy’ revolver.