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Mildew Scatterbrain, the scarecrow, was not known for his ability to think, though he sometimes had a lot to say, most of it confusing, even to himself. Then, one day he had an idea, and said something to Two-Shot which showed that he was completely crackers. Two-Shot had no patience with such foolishness and tried to let him see that what he suggested-catching the moon-wa Mildew Scatterbrain, the scarecrow, was not known for his ability to think, though he sometimes had a lot to say, most of it confusing, even to himself. Then, one day he had an idea, and said something to Two-Shot which showed that he was completely crackers. Two-Shot had no patience with such foolishness and tried to let him see that what he suggested-catching the moon-was impossible. However, the other animals did not think so. What was worse, they all began to blame Two-Shot for not seeing how clever an idea it was and not helping bring it about. Two-Shot could only stand so much of it and had to give in eventually, but only when he saw how he could turn Mildew's foolish idea into something else that would benefit himself. It all went according to plan. Not Mildew's crackpot plan, but Two-Shot's brilliant plan.


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Mildew Scatterbrain, the scarecrow, was not known for his ability to think, though he sometimes had a lot to say, most of it confusing, even to himself. Then, one day he had an idea, and said something to Two-Shot which showed that he was completely crackers. Two-Shot had no patience with such foolishness and tried to let him see that what he suggested-catching the moon-wa Mildew Scatterbrain, the scarecrow, was not known for his ability to think, though he sometimes had a lot to say, most of it confusing, even to himself. Then, one day he had an idea, and said something to Two-Shot which showed that he was completely crackers. Two-Shot had no patience with such foolishness and tried to let him see that what he suggested-catching the moon-was impossible. However, the other animals did not think so. What was worse, they all began to blame Two-Shot for not seeing how clever an idea it was and not helping bring it about. Two-Shot could only stand so much of it and had to give in eventually, but only when he saw how he could turn Mildew's foolish idea into something else that would benefit himself. It all went according to plan. Not Mildew's crackpot plan, but Two-Shot's brilliant plan.

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