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The past 100 years, June 9, 2014

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Posted: Sunday, June 8, 2014 7:00 pm

From The Santa Fe New Mexican:

June 9, 1914: The Ford is my auto; I shall not want. It maketh me to lie in the muddy roads; it leadeth me into much trouble. It draweth on my purse; I go into the paths of debt for its sake. Yea tho I understand my Ford perfectly, I fear much evil, for the radius rods of the axel might break. It hath a blowout in the presence of mine enemies. It annointeth my clothes with grease; the radiator boileth over. Surely this thing will not follow me all the days of my life or I will dwell in the house of poverty forever. — Roy Spanish American.

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