Yikes, I’m not keeping up with Dave Wilton’s researches!
1916: He’s keeping it on the hush-hush, but the looey plans to open a Ford dealership after the war is over. Read the rest.
1917: OMG! They’re selling pep pills at the Piggly Wiggly? Read the rest.
1918: Congresswoman, allow me to create a Venn diagram. This circle represents the introverts and this other circle represents the extroverts. Where they intersect . . . well, you have to read the whole thing.
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Ain’t our language creative? Every year these new and useful words.
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