Nowen N. Particular

Nowen N. Particular

Boomtown, Washington, The United States


(a.k.a. Marty Longe)

Nowen, the youngest of thirteen children, was born in 1959 in Boomtown, Washington.

The doctor told his father, Nobody, and his mother, Somebody, that due to his unusually small size at birth that it was unlikely he would survive past the age of 2. His parents kept him in a shoebox near the stove. They tucked him inside a wool sock to keep him warm. They fed him pure goat's milk from an eye dropper and when he was stronger, minced lima beans and creamed spinach.

Defying the odds, Nowen survived his second birthday and eventually entered kindergarten at the age of ten. Smaller than the other children, he compensated for his fragile size by talking too loud in class, interrupting the teacher frequently, and excelling at rea

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On May 18, 1884, the residents of what was once called Change, Washington, adopted the Boomtown Charter, establishing the town of Boomtown forever. Signed by Chang himself (founder of Chang's Famous Fireworks Factory), the Charter and its 20 Articles have served as a guiding light for all of it's past and present citizens. During boom times and bust times, the people have always been able to re...

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