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You bite your lip to keep from laughing out loud. ” asks the older man coldly. The burly one called Louis just stares at you. And young Dan, his face covered with mud, glares at you. “Uh, nothing’s funny,” you say meekly. “I didn’t mean to scare him. ” the older one asks Louis. “Certainly not,” says Louis. They ask you your name, and you tell them. “Never heard of you,” says the older man. ” He drops his wood and hefts his knife. ” Louis advances. “Time to answer a few questions. ” No, it’s time to turn and run.

You stand up. ” Dan screams, drops his wood, and runs headlong into the forest, making more noise than you ever thought a single person could possibly make. He trips and falls, face-first, into the mud. You bite your lip to keep from laughing out loud. ” asks the older man coldly. The burly one called Louis just stares at you. And young Dan, his face covered with mud, glares at you. “Uh, nothing’s funny,” you say meekly. “I didn’t mean to scare him. ” the older one asks Louis. “Certainly not,” says Louis.

Click here. ” you say to Benedict Arnold. You have just enough time to see Allen smile to himself before something hits you on the back of the head and you black out. You wake up in the guardhouse, which is a bare room with a dirt floor. A blanket is wadded up in the corner. One of the soldiers is standing guard over you. ” you ask the guard. “You did nothing we couldn’t have done for ourselves,” replies the guard. “As for Mr. Allen, he doesn’t have to like this Arnold to respect him as a fellow freedom fighter.

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