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Greatest American Hero:Peanut Run
By Richard J Kallao
Monday, October 01, 2012

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Stop that squirell he'll ruin the ballgame ,' then cried a fan as a  squirell came running onto the baseball field, suddenly from overhead they heard a cry, ' I'll stop him,' said Ralph as he was passing over the baseball stadium anyways

But as usual his flying was then not the best in the world still and he flew down to grab the squirell Ralph flew into the homeplate umpire as a runner was coming home and Ralph hit the umpire as he was about to make the call .

Ralph then  shooked his head and looked at the umpire before falling into a state of unconsciousness but then  before he did Ralph thought the umpire looked  like his friend and partner Bill Maxwell .
Ralph was then holding onto the squirell as Bill took a deep breath as then he was about too  decide what his call was going too be.a fan from the stadium urged Bill to make the call.

Bill then  looked at where Ralph landed and the foot of the baseball player then he looked at everyone in the stadium and said ,' I too  think I'm going to call the game since it appears it seems that everyone is out at this point .' Suddenly then  hiding behind Ralph Bill felt bottles and all sorts of things thrown at him, even a bag of peanuts which he grabbed and gave to the squrell  and Bill shook his head.

' All this mess we're in because you wanted a peanut .'

Then the  squirell held the bag of peanuts and then  looking at the label on it written there,he then just smiled at Bill Maxwell and then he said .He tasted a peanut and handed one to Bill who just shrugged his shoulders and took the peanut and ate it , It was good he admitted .

' Not just any peanut, they're Planters .'

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