07 June 2012
43rd Earl of Crosse and Blackwell
"Tinseth- I was walking past the Philadelphia Union League and thought of a story line. Park Ranger, assigned to kiosk in a historical re-enactment of Ben Franklin’s niece’s haberdashery and snuff shop, is actually the Forty Third Earl of Crosse and Blackwell.
But he’s trapped in the states, virtually penniless, due to gambling debts and the machinations of slick lawyers with truncated eastern European names. He is torn between his contempt for the general public and his love of the only uniform he can wear in public without being laughed at... too much." M. Walsh of Chicago