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A Path with a Heart
Answers
A Stop at Willoughby
Can't Captue It
Choices
Corrections
Crossing Texas
Ewe To?
Girls
Golden Biscuits
Invest in Yourself
Killing Me Softly
Leave it to Beaver
Locke Machine
Lost in the Grand Canyon
Mind Over Temperature
Mother of all Storms
Mr. Wizard
Mysterious Money
No Sense at All
Not Shadow People
Poverty Point
Queer Creatures
Reckless Abandon
Shadow People
Squirt Gets Run Over
Sub Prime
Surrogates
TEOTWAWKI
The Cheapest Medicine
The Golden Calf
Ticket to Freedom
Two Types of Girls
Vaya Con Dios
Wake Up!
Where's the Beef?
Worst Case Scenario

   

21st Century Cotton

Having maintained the same weight since I was seventeen, and adding only one inch to my waist size (Sweet Mom says my shape has changed), I am uniquely qualified to report on 21st Century Cotton. 

I used to wear clothing until it wore out.  Now with the destruction of the American textile industry, we are fortunate to acquire all of our clothing from Asia.  These remarkable fabrics from the Far East never wear out.  They just shrink until they no longer fit.

Used PilePerfectly good shirts, underwear, jeans, and tee shirts all go to the used pile.  Then, off to Wang Mart we go for a new set.  For a few months they fit loose and comfortably.  Jeans start getting tighter, shirttails get shorter, underwear and tee shirts start binding.  My PDA no longer fits my shirt pocket. Before showing much wear, off to the collection they go.

It is rumored that I have grandchildren that never wear clothing twice.  Now Grandpa Davey looks as freshly attired, since his clothes never wear out. 

11/29/08

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

   
         

 

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