Another short allegorical tale from Swifty Flame-Anderson. A village Shaman plays an enchanting tune on his pan pipes, then his young protegé watches as he breaks them in half.
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Cheats and Spoilers
Swifty Flame-Anderson recalls days of yore when he could often be found awake at 4 am, swearing and jumping up and down like Rumplestiltskin after having been killed by a band of imaginary ice trolls.
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Blast From the Past - Most Unique?
For those of you who are new to Happy Cow, we have decided to include a random article from the archives. Those of you who have been with us since the beginning, thank you so very much and you may have seen this before!
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