(1) Big Whiskey Wyoming, 1880 (2) Never laugh at the size of a man's penis. (3) Eagle, Eggs, English, Fatty, Fuzzy, German, Lippy, Little Sue, Muddy, Paddy, Quick, Skinny, The Schofield Kid, Silky, Slim, Strawberry, Thirsty, Texas Slim and Two Gun. If you want to count Davey as a nickname, we'll accept that, as well. (4) Munny was described as a man with a notoriously vicious intemperate disposition. (5) Munny's farm was located in Kansas, so the correct answer would be Southeast. (6) He told Munny that her eyes were cut out, her ears were cut off, and that her breasts had been cut off. (7) It did have something to do with the animal's stubbornness, but that wasn't the main reason.
It was no longer a saddle horse.
(8) Some chickens (9) A drover that was shot through the mouth (10) James Garfield, give yourself a couple of bonus points if you remembered the name of the paper (The Cheyenne Gazette). (11) He thought people were less apt to assassinate royalty, and "persons of substance." (12) He thought the climate and the "infernal distances" that one had to travel in the U.S. to get from one town to the next induced people to shoot persons in "high places." How's that for thinking outside the box? (13) The bet they made involved ten shots at a dollar a pheasant with the winner taking the loser's share of the difference (Bob shot eight pheasants, Joe only shot one). (14) He wanted to chronicle English Bob's wild west adventures for the book he was writing. (15) The Duke of Death (Bill thought the word "Duke" was pronounced "Duck")
The Good, The Bad and the Ugly
He drank some of the owner's whiskey