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Letter: In appreciation of JIM

Billy Joe Fudge writes:
Jim, I simply cannot control my eagerness to turn my attention each Sunday morning to the chronicle of your weekly time travels. You are an absolute jewel in the crown of the Kingdom of Adair. Thanks for sharing our past with us and for doing so in your unique, humorous style.

Oh and by the way, it took four trips around the Square so to speak, for my 21st century mind to finally bring "slaughtered school teacher J.V. Dudley" back to the land of the living! "Slathered" is certainly not a much used verb in Great Wooded South dissertations these days and I appreciate you adding it back into our present-day, GWS Lexicon. From this day forward, my biscuit will forever be "slathered" with butter! --BJF
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