"He holds the bow and waits, letting the arrow see its target. The baboon stretches upward in a big yawn. Gordon draws, anchors, and releases. The arrow's path is as intended. It buries deep in the baboons chest...The big baboon springs to his feet with his left arm raised, looks at the arrow, reaches around with his right hand, grabs the shaft and jerks it out hard. I've had it now. He's bringing my own arrow back to kill me with. The baboon examines the bloody shaft."
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-------------------- There are boundless benefits to the perspectives of others. Brad Isham Posts: 145 | From: Virginia | Registered: Jun 2009
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