Captain Chet Lawson's Snake Oil Revue

Although almost every other detail regarding his personal history and political dealings is fraught with speculation and controversy, it is by now generally accepted common knowledge that, at some point in the later months of 2009, Captain Chet Lawson emerged from the seclusion of his stately home in the Indiana swamplands and once again became the center of a media storm, the likes of which he’d not enjoyed since his widely documented salad days in the 1920’s and 30’s. The noted American mercenary and troubadour’s return to the public eye was the result of a calculated attempt to reclaim the long-damaged goodwill that had once showered upon him from all corners of the great, American Continent. He’d been living in semi-voluntary exile for over a decade, laying low and refusing to see anyone except for his personal assistant, Pum Sirloin, with whom he’d been quietly conspiring to regain his rightful position at the forefront of public awareness.

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