A famous outlaw in the American West. A pretty sadistic sonofabitch who enjoyed killing. Eventually caught, he did prison time. After his release he lived peacefully, but ultimately, he died in a saloon - murdered.
I’m doing well, thanks. I may go back to work sometime next week.Bugger! Yes. He 'out did' them all, including Billy the Kid, Wyart Earp, et al.
Ask me a Humpty question. (How are you going on that Covid thing?)
There was a Charles Bassett who was a test pilot in the US.....as for a Charlie of the 'old west,' blind deer.I’m doing well, thanks. I may go back to work sometime next week.
By Humpty, I assume you mean Trump. No way. No politics on this thread! Or did you mean ask you an easy question?
Here’s another one from the old west.
Who was Charlie Bassett?
In 1873 Charlie Bassett was chosen to serve as the first Sheriff of Ford County, Kansas. His Sheriff’s Office was in the lawless cow town of Dodge City. He served two terms as Sheriff but was limited to two terms by law. The next Sheriff would be the famous Bat Masterson who immediately named Bassett to be his Under Sheriff. Bassett would also serve as an assistant town marshal for Dodge City along side Wyatt Earp.
Charlie Bassett was also the co-founder of the Long Branch Saloon, the saloon owned by “Kitty” in the long running TV series Gunsmoke.