Chapter Twenty-Seven

Mr. Kennedy pulled Hercules the Greater aside and told him he beat up Booger Wilson on the playground in front of everyone. That would be his revenge on Elrod Wilson without actually being dragged into the fracas.

Hercules the Greater didn’t want to fight Booger Wilson, but he knew he would have to do it sooner or later. He decided sooner was better so one crisp, autumn afternoon Hercules the Greater caught Booger Wilson on the playground behind General John G. Pershing Elementary School and – without warning – pushed him to the ground and began to kick him. All it took was three or four good kicks and Booger Wilson was red-faced and crying.Herc27

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