Chapter Twelve

Are We There Yet?

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"Well, it’s the same as with the moonshine whiskey they stilled. The Snotlaws wouldn’t never pay any sales tax. And it was Prohibition back then, so practically everything except church on Sundays was prohibited."

"So the revenuers was always trying to climb Snotlaw Mountain?"

"Right. But they didn’t have any more chance than a lost hobo. The Snotlaws were all crack shots. They had tommy guns and a gatlin gun too just in case. The Hatfields and the McCoys were there too. So was the Ku Klux Kan. Ya couldn’t get away with that now because the Feds have airplanes and helicoopters and cruise missiles and drones now. But this was the twenties."

"Why didn’t they use big artillery cannons? They had those in World War I."



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"Well, it’s the same as with the moonshine whiskey they stilled. The Snotlaws wouldn’t never pay any sales tax. And it was Prohibition back then, so practically everything except church on Sundays was prohibited."

"So the revenuers was always trying to climb Snotlaw Mountain?"

"Right. But they didn’t have any more chance than a lost hobo. The Snotlaws were all crack shots. They had tommy guns and a gatlin gun too just in case. The Hatfields and the McCoys were there too. So was the Ku Klux Kan. Ya couldn’t get away with that now because the Feds have airplanes and helicoopters and cruise missiles and drones now. But this was the twenties."

"Why didn’t they use big artillery cannons? They had those in World War I."