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On the other hand, most of the time when I think of wagons in the old west, it was the wagons that did the circling in order to protect the travelers. Do you think Kenny had them mixed up?
Byron tells Kenny and Joetta all about how the cold affects people, especially people from the south like their mother and kids like them whose blood is half southern. His story has something to do with a garbage truck like this one. See the big door on the back, big enough for . . . ?
These are definitely some nice looking, warm gloves. Momma must have been really worried about her kids becoming "Froze-Up Southern Folks."
Zoom in on this 1960's washing machine. (It's not a Maytag. It's a Kenmore brand, but you should get the idea of what Larry Dunn was doing.) It might take a while for Larry Dunn to go through all the wash cycles in one of his Maytag Washes. Now imagine what a Super Maytag Wash might be like.
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