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The Mystery behind Blue Avenger The main character in The Adventures of the Blue Avenger by the author Norma Howe is close to the strangest characters I have ever encountered First he changed his name to The Blue Avenger because of a blue vest his dad left Then he changed it to just plain Blue Avenger This made him feel very different and powerful He became so much more courageous that he asked out his dream girl Omaha Nebraska Brown He even said it right to her I love you Omaha Nebraska Brown And the Blue Avenger never lies except in the line of duty 58 He would never say this before his name conversion Later he said that one of his goals in life is to create the unweeping lemon merengue pie He tried and tried with different recipes that he finds but no luck So he decides to try his own ways of completing this difficult task He tried many ways He even tried to put paper towels into it to make it dry and therefore not become watery But then his brother ate the pie and threw it out with disgust Blue finally found out the ultimate secret gelatin He found out there was a contest for the weepless pie He then mailed the recipe in and was the only one to discover this incredible breakthrough of home cooking His recipe then went on all the boxes of cornstarch All Blues acts of heroism were to be kept secret He didnt want people to know him and think he is great This unusual modesty is one of the reasons I think he is weird On his first rescue he saved his counselor from a swarm of killer bees publicly and he ended up getting fan mail and even a check from a lady He didnt want all this publicity so the next time he helped someone he did it secretly Blue
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