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It’s a holiday night- a night to party. Trouble is expected in the new Wild Wild West.
Our hero and his young deputy are eating dinner in a restaurant in the center of the town. Outside in the street a crooked Prohibition agent pulls up to the curb in an open roadster. His companion in the car is a lady of the night and a local brothel owner. Yesterday, the marshal…

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Posted by Tench Tilghman

Tags man with no name, straw hat, history

The man in the straw hat has already lived well beyond the expectations of any. He continues to serve until he is older than all, and he retires at last to a quiet life of ranching yet again.
Times are a changing. The Great War is raging. Prohibition is exploding, and then - oil is discovered. Liquor and oil build a new raging prairie fire that…

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Posted by Tench Tilghman

Tags man with no name, straw hat, history

He has an obvious and acquired eye for horseflesh. In his spare time, the man in the hat raises a stud named “Chant” that somehow manages to win the Kentucky Derby from this place out in the middle of nowhere.  There's another famous movie or two you may already know.

Is he Outlaw Whisperer or Horse Whisper?

It’s a rare thing,…

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Posted by Tench Tilghman

Tags man with no name, straw hat, history, implementation

Facebook makes its public play. How much do you think the social network is worth? In this post, we'll continue to explore how the personal actions of one unknown man changes history. Our man in the straw hat somehow manages to redefine how we experience the past, the present, and probably our future. Is that what cultural change is?

In our last…

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Posted by Tench Tilghman

Tags man with no name, straw hat, history, Style, Style Management

We're back in the saddle again.

The Chisholm Trail ended in many of the famous towns in that not so long ago Wild West as the railhead moved around a bit. The snake of commerce grows many heads. It strikes, retreats, and recoils regardless sometimes of how and where a man in hat may toil.

The Long Ride Ends Where?

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Posted by Tench Tilghman

Tags man with no name, straw hat, history, customization, implementation