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Your map of forest fires in US has N M and Arizona mis named .... come on guys, fix it!
I don't buy the diaper story. When my first child was born, I hand washed his diapers (I had a dozen), boiled them on the cook stove and hung them on the clothes line. In the winter time they would freeze as I was hanging them. By the second child, out financial situation had improved slightly and I was able to take my laundry, including diapers to town (if I got up early and took my husband to work or to meet a co-worker, so I could have the car. to a washetiera. Washing machines with hard rubber rollers. I still took them home to hang on the clothes line. By the third child, my mother-in-law had lived in with my sister-in-law and they each had a washing machine, so they passed one on to me. I could then wash in a washing machine at home (still rubber rollers) , rinse in a wash tub and hang them on a clothes line- without ever leaving home. This was after WWII, It was worse during the Depression. A neighbor had seven flour sack diapers for her first baby- only baby. He graduated with honors from the Un. of Ar. People ask me how this recession compares with the Great Depression. I just tell them you can't compare it.
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