Then he approached Little John, who was still tied to the gallows-tree; and he said to the Sheriff's men, "Now stand you back here till I see if the prisoner has been shrived." And he stooped swiftly, and cut Little John's bonds, and thrust into his hands Sir Guy
's bow and arrows, which he had been careful to take.
"An thou likest not my clothes," said Robin in a harsh voice like that of Guy of Gisbourne, "thou mayst shut thine eyes.
I know thee, Guy of Gisbourne, for who is there that hath not heard of thee and cursed thee for thy vile deeds of blood and rapine?
"Now, Guy of Gisbourne," cried he, "if what thou tellest me is true, it will be the best day's doings for thee that ever thou hast done in all thy life."
"What I have told thee is sooth, and I lie not," said Robin, still in Guy of Gisbourne's voice.
Ask what thou wilt of me, Guy of Gisbourne, and it is thine!"
While they were doing this Robin Hood strung both his bow and that of Guy of Gisbourne, albeit none of them took notice of his doing so.
At the same time Robin Hood threw back the cowl of horse's hide from his face and bent Guy of Gisbourne's bow, with a keen, barbed arrow fitted to the string.
Now when the Sheriff of Nottingham saw whose face it was beneath Guy of Gisbourne's hood, and when he heard those bugle notes ring in his ear, he felt as if his hour had come.
"Live in a warehouse with 50 other guys
in the middle of a desert with terrorists not too far away, eat industrial food three times a day, and work 72 hours a week including Saturdays and Sundays.
Hesh Reinfeld, a business humor writer with a marketing background and a giving nature, noticed this "invisible man" attitude and decided to do something about it; he's gathered the guys
together at a number of Pittsburgh-area not-for-profit nursing homes and CCRCs for a little "man talk."
Foolproof started as a small germ of an idea in Phillips's mind seven or eight years ago when he heard About a couple of guys
who had been arrested and tried for criminal conspiracy after they planned a robbery on a Brinks armoured car that was never actually carried out.