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Started: 10/16/2013 Category: Miscellaneous
Updated: 3 years ago Status: Post Voting Period
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Cowboy0108

Pro

I am bored, so we will simply write a short story about whatever you want. Just write a few sentences every round and we will see how it turns out. It can be about anything you want. No offensive language or talking about sex though.

You start.
HoneyBadger

Con

Ted sat on his thrift store couch, watching the news, sipping on a 32oz of Monster. When there was no good news, he walked over to his rigged pay phone with a 20 foot long cord and called up his bro, Griffin. They briefly talked about meeting at the store. When he saw a gang trying to break in, he grabbed his TEC-9's out from between the couch cushions. When they opened his door, he said, "Hi, how are ya?" He opened fire.

Your turn.
Debate Round No. 1
Cowboy0108

Pro

Ted won the gun fight quite quickly probably due to his experience as a hit man. However, he was in hiding from the government, and he knew the gun fight would bring the government to his doorstep. Thus, Ted acquired his bag of weapons, food, clothes, and other emergency equipment that he packed incase something like this happened. He got in his F-250 truck and began the long drive from Topeka, Kansas to his safe house outside of Nashville in Tennessee.
HoneyBadger

Con

Right about then, he learned that the feds had completely blocked off access to Nashville. So he began his long drive to Payson, AZ. There, he got pulled over. He shot the cop, but driving away he knew he had to ditch his bag of guns, so he dumped the 3 guns in a mineshaft and filled it in. He got to Payson, where he met up with a member of the gang he was once a hitman for. The gangster provided him with two compact handguns. He then ran to his safehouse behind the Basha's. He finally got some sleep after 28 hours without it.

Your turn.
Debate Round No. 2
Cowboy0108

Pro

Unfortunately, in the rush of the day's events, Ted forgot something, something important. He forgot why the people wanted to kill him in the first place.
About an hour into Ted's nap, there was a knock on the door. He heard it, but he thought he dreamed it. A few seconds later a loud POP, spread through the safe house forcing Ted awake. When he regained his orientation, he saw the gang member he met who gave him the gun spread limp on the floor with a gaping hole in his forehead, of which a significant amount of crimson red blood was oozing onto the obviously expensive hardwood floors. He his gaze began to rise and he saw dress shoes, black silk pants, an Italian blazer, a red tie, and then, a face. Not just any face though. A very terrifying face. Not terrifying because of how it looked, but terrifying because of who this face belonged to. A man Ted knew. A man who Ted knew to fear, Buon Frise. Buon Frise was the brother of Antonio Frise, a French drug lord and sex trafficker who came to America for new business, the last man Ted killed before he retired.
Ted had only seen Buon once before, crying over his brothers corpse after Ted shot him. Ted did not kill him, for a reason not even Ted himself knew. Rumor had it however, that Buon took over as the head of the criminal organization in America after his brother's death. Now, Buon stood in the doorway of Ted's safehouse in Payson Arizona, gun leveled, with the ominous glare of a man with vengeance in his heart.
HoneyBadger

Con

Staring down the bullet, Ted drew his compact revolver, and fired at Buon, knocking the gun out of his hand. He quickly fired a round into the man's left leg. Ted quickly ran over, picked up Buon's sawed off shotgun, as well as his Glock 18, grabbed his bag, and ran out of the safehouse. While Buon had been shot before, he had no idea that Ted had his revolvers loaded with .38 Devastator rounds (rounds that explode when they hit something solid, like a bone.), and thus he was seriously wounded. While Buon struggled to remain conscious from blood loss and pain, Ted was running down the street. He was running to Pine, which was about 15 miles away. 15 miles of untamed woods, 15 miles of danger. Once he got to Pine, however, he would be safe for a good year, as he could stay with his friend, "The Serpent". The two were at one point partners. But after a shotgun to Ted's leg killed his career, he retired and moved to a house in Topeka. But now, he was back where it had all started. A member of a biker gamg tried to steal Ted's bag of guns, which now contained the two revolvers, the sawed off shotgun, the Glock 18, and an AK pistol Ted found under the bed of the Payson safehouse. Ted grabbed the revolver that he had used to injure Buon, and fired it at the biker's leg. Ted quickly grabbed the motorcycle and rode to Pine. When he was a 1/9 mile from town, he ditched the bike and took the Rossi Ranchhand inthe side saddle. Ted quickly went to The Serpent's house. When he knocked on the door, The Serpent after a brief reunion, let Ted get the couch. The Serpent decided to add to the already large bag of guns with an AR-15 he had stolen from a cop two years ago. The Serpent and Ted made a blood pact to never tell anyone where the other was, as The Serpent himself was in trouble with the New Mexican law. Ted slept like the dead for 28 hours after.

Your Turn.
HoneyBadger
Debate Round No. 3
Cowboy0108

Pro

As Ted slept, the Serpent considered his past. He remembered the day Ted was shot. They were running away from the French drug traffickers when one came around the corner and put the shotgun to the Serpent's head. The Serpent was clearly about to die, and, seemingly, there was no way out of it. He looked for Ted, who was no where to be found, and he sent a silent prayer to the God he didn't believe in. Out of no where, Ted tackled the man and broke his neck. Ted has saved his life. However, the Serpent had orders. "Kill Ted and you will obtain wealth you could not begin to comprehend," said the man on the other line. The man had a voice just like the wealthies of the Serpent's assignors, which immediately authenticated the order. Thus, when Ted was on the ground over the man who was about to kill the Serpent, The Serpent shot Ted and, having respect for his friend, told him that the shot gun the man who he just killed had gone off in the struggle. Ted yelled, "leave me! I'm already dead! I'm loosing too much blood!" The Serpent saw the wound and immediately assumed Ted was really going to die, he figured he had severed an artery, so he left never expecting to see Ted again. Six months later, he saw Ted, who told of his heroic story escaping the prison that the French drug lords imprisoned him in and interrogated him in. That moment, they agreed to split ways. However, the man who hired the Serpent was made aware of Ted's survival and told the Serpent that he could keep the money, as long as Ted dies within two years. Now, one month before the Serpent's deadline, Ted was sleeping in his own safehouse. The serpent picked up his .44 Magnum and walked to the couch that Ted was sleeping on.
HoneyBadger

Con

The Serpent racked the slide, and he just couldn't bring himself to kill Ted. When Ted woke up, he learned that The Serpent couldn't go back to New Mexico due to the fact that he tried to assassinate the governor with a bullet made of wood. He had the governor in his sights, he was waiting for a camera flash to cover his bullet. But, his scope was off and he accidentally shot the governor's mistress. So, he ran to the Arizona border, where he exploited an old law that said that a fugitive couldn't be chased over state lines. The Serpent left to get groceries. While Ted was looking for some ammo for his AK pistol, he noticed Serpent's stack of cash. He learned about the connection between him and the French. When the Serpent got back, he wanted to know if Ted wanted to go back to work with their old buddy Vodka. Ted agreed to the job, but on the way, The Serpent told Ted that he couldn't bring himself to shoot his old partner. Ted said that he appreciated his honesty and apparently, they would never know where they were. Ted drove the 4x4 to a river, where he wrapped a wad of cash (that had a tracker in it, the only tracker) in several layers of plastic bags, and threw it in the water, and drove off. He asked Serpent if they knew where he lived. Serpent said that the last house he owned was in Cottonwood, almost 60 miles away, and that Pine wasn't even where the French would try to look for two natural born killers. Ted got in the back of the 4x4 and let Vodka drive when they were driving to the site of the job. A marijuana deal was going to go on between the Mexican gang and the Blood gang. Vodka had his M249 SAW, Serpent had his (borrowed back) AR-15, and Bender (Ted) had his AK pistol. They all took aim and killed everyone. Vodka ran over and said to Serpent, you, Bender, and I split the weed and money. Serpent said that he didn't smoke and asked what to do with it. Vodka said to sell it, give it to a stoner. Now, Vodka never really liked the French, Italians, Mexicans, or Blacks, so thus, he hated and didn't take jobs from their gangs. They all decided to stash the guns and weed in the 4x4 and went to the bar to celebrate a job well done.

Your Turn.
Debate Round No. 4
Cowboy0108

Pro

Given that you began the story, I will end it.

The bar was packed. People were everywhere carrying on, guys hitting on girls, girls hitting on girls, a whole lot of drunk people, and even a guy standing by himself on crutches. It seemed like everyone was there. The Serpent ran into an old assignor; Vodka ran into his namesake, vodka; and Ted ran into an old girlfriend. It was a night of coincidence. Somehow or another, though, Serpent's assignor tried to kill him(his body has yet to be found), Vodka got kicked off the bar(and I do mean "off"), and Ted's girlfriend slapped him across his face(apparently saying that he did not regret cheating on her with her sister was a bad move on his part) and they all met back at a table in the corner of the bar. They were joking, they were talking trash, complaining, telling hero stories. "If I see that Buon Son of a __________, I am going to put a bullet into his right eye," Ted said probably a little too loudly, but no one seemed to care. Ironically, it was right then that a bullet pierced Ted's chest. The man with the crutches was Buon Frise, and Ted saw this just before he passed out and said as his last words, "right eye."
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It was two years later. John Hemmingsworth was in Mexico City "the pool party of the century," according to John's American friend Joe, who drank a little too much that day. John glanced up to the television screen. The radio announcer exclaimed, "breaking news." The announcer described, "Buon Frise, known drug lord, sex trafficker, and murderer , was found dead in his house in Arizona. He was clearly murdered by a man who shot him straight through his right eye."

John looked away when his friend yelled, "jump in...water's great." John took off his shirt and jumped in. On John's chest, however, there was a scar. A scar that was located in a place suspiciously similar to where Ted took his bullet in that crowded bar.
HoneyBadger

Con

HoneyBadger forfeited this round.
Debate Round No. 5
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Posted by Cowboy0108 3 years ago
Cowboy0108
Honeybadger, for the last round, feel free to comment on how the story turned out since I realize I didn't leave you anything to do.
Posted by Cowboy0108 3 years ago
Cowboy0108
Whoever contributes the most to the story and makes it more interesting.
Posted by drafterman 3 years ago
drafterman
What are the criteria for "winning" this debate?
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