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u are a garden and sadly i’m like 12 gardens or a greenhouse. i’m better

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One Direction: Did you hear? DANNY DEVITO is in the Steal My Girl Video.

One Direction: Did you hear? DANNY DEVITO is in the Steal My Girl Video.

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MAR 1 : Agricultural Robot (сельскохозяйственные робот), Moscow Institute of Agricultural Engineers, 1982-1984.

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Wild Bill Hickok. Last Letter to his Wife
James Butler Hickok, known as Wild Bill Hickok, was a skilled gunfighter and lawman from the American old west. Hickok was also a professional gambler, between his law-enforcement duties. On August 2, 1876, Hickok was playing poker at Deadwood, in the Black Hills of Dakota Territory. A former buffalo hunter named John McCall walked in to within a few feet of Hickok, drew a pistol and shouted, “Take that!” The bullet hit Hickok in the back of the head, killing him instantly.
Hickok had a premonition Deadwood would be his last camp, and expressed this belief to his friends who were traveling with him at the time. Shortly before his death, he wrote a letter to his new wife, which read: “Agnes Darling, if such should be we never meet again, while firing my last shot, I will gently breathe the name of my wife — Agnes — and with wishes even for my enemies I will make the plunge and try to swim to the other shore.” J.B. Hickok Wild Bill
Interesting Fact: Legend has it that before Hickok was shot he had lost all his money and had to borrow $50 from the house to continue playing. When shot, he was holding a pair of aces and a pair of eights, all black. The fifth card had been discarded and its replacement had not yet been dealt. In poker, a two-pair of aces and eights is known as the dead man’s hand.
10 Fascinating Last Letters Written

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Wild Bill Hickok. Last Letter to his Wife

James Butler Hickok, known as Wild Bill Hickok, was a skilled gunfighter and lawman from the American old west. Hickok was also a professional gambler, between his law-enforcement duties. On August 2, 1876, Hickok was playing poker at Deadwood, in the Black Hills of Dakota Territory. A former buffalo hunter named John McCall walked in to within a few feet of Hickok, drew a pistol and shouted, “Take that!” The bullet hit Hickok in the back of the head, killing him instantly.

Hickok had a premonition Deadwood would be his last camp, and expressed this belief to his friends who were traveling with him at the time. Shortly before his death, he wrote a letter to his new wife, which read: “Agnes Darling, if such should be we never meet again, while firing my last shot, I will gently breathe the name of my wife — Agnes — and with wishes even for my enemies I will make the plunge and try to swim to the other shore.” J.B. Hickok Wild Bill

Interesting Fact: Legend has it that before Hickok was shot he had lost all his money and had to borrow $50 from the house to continue playing. When shot, he was holding a pair of aces and a pair of eights, all black. The fifth card had been discarded and its replacement had not yet been dealt. In poker, a two-pair of aces and eights is known as the dead man’s hand.

10 Fascinating Last Letters Written

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