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September 28, 2009

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I am so glad you have a picture of my uncle and his "business" partner. They were always going around stirring up trouble by provoking boundary disputes between heretofore peaceable neighbors. They had a knack for it. Once they wrote a letter for one neighbor suggesting that the other neighbor remove a fence he had carefully and beautifully built on their mutual boundary. My uncle, yes it must have been him, said that the fence "was not a good fence." How provocative!

just the thought of not a good fence, good lord I need me a cry room

hello, I love your post, I like the part that talks about mourn, it is very interesting, thanks for sharing the information!

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