The I-90 Run-N-Gun Tour continues: While still in Wyoming, I noticed the tail pipe on our campaign vehicle was hanging by a thread. I went to Nappa for some muffler tape. I’ve gotta be the only presidential candidate buying muffler tape. And that populist appeal goes on, and on… We stopped in Sundance, Wyoming, right near the eastern border of that state. This is where Harry Longabaugh spent 18 months in jail for “horse rustling.” When Longabaugh got out, he helped form the Wild Bunch Gang, which then set out to establish the longest string of bank robberies in Old West history. Because of his time in the Sundance jail, Harry Longabaugh was dubbed: “The Sundance Kid.” Which was probably good. I mean, how much draw would a movie title like: Butch Cassidy and Harry Longabaugh have had, huh? Note: Speaking of crime (sort of), we have an extensive position paper on how to cut crime dramatically in this country (‘horse rustling’ notwithstanding). Note 2: While in downtown Sundance, I walked about passing out campaign cards to people on the street, then stopped in at the Aro Restaurant (town hub), where I put up a campaign card on the notice board and got a cup of coffee to go. While waiting, I noticed a sign behind the cash register. “Warm beer, lousy food, terrible service… Have a nice day!” Yet another five-star “average Joe” restaurant.