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  1. Reblogged this on richwrapper and commented:
    One of your pithiest best, Bruce C. Jewett. Instanter I could taste the old weathered – though rarely chewed – wood of both “slip-on” and new-fangled spring-loaded pins for cloths and clothes. And, since the roadway no longer is adorned with reddish clay atop sugar sand I now longer have to erect barriers to sppeders on washdays like some more-than-a-few decades ago. House-washed and sun-n-air dried wearables and useables really are betterly different when done outside a metal-n-plastic container, at least the drying part, and it obviates the need for effluent called fabric softener, neh? Again, thanks, Juice. Twitter still treats me as unperson.

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