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The Wild West Gunslinger Experience

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Howdy there stranger, welcome to the Lucky Horse Saloon in this poor old excuse of a frontier town.

So let me introduce myself, my name is One-eyed Pete, on account that I lost an eye fighting the Yankees at the Battle of Seven Pines back in 62. 

I am the bar-keep of this fine establishment. So what's your poison? And remember we have only two types of liqueur here, the good stuff and the other is the cheap type that will slowly rots your gut.

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