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Posted by Bobbi in CT on 5/14/05 2:16pm

Similar here. Business casual outfit (washable and carry a lint roller in the car) but the feet are a different thing. Dirt roads, driveways, unfinished walkways and steps, horses, cows, sheep, and no less than two pets per house. Most borrowers have an at-home, craft, or second form of income. Loved the lady who had her own sheep, cleaned and spun the wool, and made sweaters from it!

The "different" card gives us something to talk about as an ice-breaker. Also, nothing against the NNA, but I dislike the color red. In my neck of the woods, conservative republicans (nothing against them either, but I'm not one) use Red campaign signs, red flyers, and red & white banners. See red. See republican. (Democrats use blue.) It's been a tradition since before anyone can remember - and carried on because neither political party wants to discover AFTER printing that they have used the same campaign colors as the opposition party.
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