Are We There Yet?

Chapter Twelve

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"Why? Well to protect their stills of course. They also had a coal mine where they worked their Hebrew slaves. They sold illegal electricity until Simon D. Roysenfelter put them outta business with the TBA. They also had a workshop that made silent duck callers, rubbers, French Ticklers and a printing press for ten-dollar bills and French postcards."

"What’s French Postcards?"

"They’re regular postcards with dirty jokes written in French and sometimes naked ladies."

"What are rubbers and French ticklers?"

"Rubbers go over your shoes to keep them dry when it rains, and French Ticklers are like little feather dusters so boys can tickle their girlfriends."

"What’s the big deal with that?"

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"Why? Well to protect their stills of course. They also had a coal mine where they worked their Hebrew slaves. They sold illegal electricity until Simon D. Roysenfelter put them outta business with the TBA. They also had a workshop that made silent duck callers, rubbers, French Ticklers and a printing press for ten-dollar bills and French postcards."

"What’s French Postcards?"

"They’re regular postcards with dirty jokes written in French and somewhat naked ladies."

"What are rubbers and French ticklers?"

"Rubbers go over your shoes to keep them dry when it rains, and French Ticklers are like little feather dusters so boys can tickle their girlfriends."

"What’s the big deal with that?"