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I recently heard a story about trumpet legend Louis Armstrong, who grew up in rural Louisiana in the early 1900s.
Armstrong told about how his Aunt Haddie Mae sent him down to the pond to fetch a bucket of water. As he leaned over to get the water, an alligator surfaced and nearly scared him to death.
He dropped the pail and ran back to the house as fast as he could. Seeing he hadn't brought the bucket with him, Aunt Haddie Mae asked him where the water was. Breathless, he told her about the alligator.
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