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The Dunn Brothers were a group of brothers from Pawnee, Oklahoma who worked as Old West bounty hunters. They are best known for having killed George "Bittercreek" Newcomb and Charley Pierce, members of the Wild Bunch.
The brothers - Bee, Calvin, Dal, George and Bill Dunn - ran a boarding house near Ingalls and a meat market in Pawnee. Bill Dunn was the leader and the oldest of the brothers. By the 1890s the Dunn brothers were working as bounty hunters, although they had been involved in cattle rustling and robbery. Their teenaged sister Rose became romantically involved with "Bittercreek" Newcomb, having met him through her brothers. On May 2, 1895, when Newcomb and Charley Pierce rode up to the Dunn house to visit with Rose, the brothers shot and killed both outlaws as they dismounted. They then collected the bounty on both, believed to have been $5,000 each, mostly due to the notoriety of the gang by that time.
It is believed that on August 25, 1896, Bill Dunn led Deputy US Marshal Heck Thomas to the hideout of Bill Doolin. Some have speculated that Dunn murdered Doolin; however, official reports from the time discount this, indicating that Thomas actually killed him. By late that year, people around Pawnee had started complaining that the Dunn brothers were involved in rustling and robbery. Sheriff Frank Canton - a gunman with a substantial reputation who had previously arrested Bill Dunn for rustling - began investigating the claims.
On November 6, 1896, Bill Dunn rode into Pawnee intent on killing Sheriff Canton. As Canton walked out of a restaurant after having dinner, Bill Dunn fired two shots at him with a revolver, missing with both. Canton drew and quickly fired two shots, killing Dunn. The shooting was ruled self-defense. Bill Dunn's death effectively ended the bounty hunting for the Dunn brothers, as their already-questionable reputations suffered greatly.
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Hadaly RDA 0.6 ohm SS 316L (8 wraps) 3mm diameter coil, cotton candy wick, mod set at 35-40 Watts.
I give thanks to @Folkart for the boss reserve remix I'm sure alot of mixers tweaked this recipe to there liking and others just left it alone ...I know when I mix "Cardinal " by @Fear I'm always thinking of some way to improve it that's my OCD kicking in but this is my personal recipe for the Profile described by Cuttwood. Mixing tips and knowledge I have learned over 2 years thank you everyone on ATF..🤩 *note This recipe is just my personal preference
Holy diver a sweet RY4 mix using holy holy grail ry4 and the ever tasty holy vanilla. Backing vocals include tatanka tobacco & Flavorah milk and honey you can leave the A.p out but I prefer a little nutty note in this mix Tpa peanut butter would benefit as well. I tend to push my flavors up for all my RY4 recipe's best enjoyment with my morning coffee..
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Feel free to add additional sweetner if you want that commercial feel - as this is a in your face commercial style mix and not meant to have alot of subtly - but the cake batter dip provides alot of sweetness that comes out over 3 - 5 days.
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This is a hot YUMMY mess - and named after a phrase coined by the most fabulous @leilani
On the inhale you get a creamy sweet caramel ice cream that transitions to caramel popcorn in the middle and finishes with a toffee and graham cracker note.
Best on an RDA at 60 - 65 wattts
Made for Mixin in the kitchen popcorn episode
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