Subject: Worst smell (Re: Modern Old F**ts
> --- David Carpenter <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> > Worst smell - driving through Nebraska in the late
> > 50's, no AC, 55
> > Chebby wagon, all windows and tailgate window wide
> > open.
> Lake Charles, Louisiana. When the wind is from the
> west, you get Eau de Next Town Over, a refinery town
> which is named "Sulfur". Really.
It is obvious that none of you have had the pleasure of driving downwind of
The delightful eau of hydrogen sulfide wafting through the air is not to be
forgotten. It puts even the best attempts of a northern Wisconsin paper mill
to shame, uric acid and all.
Nonetheless, as I have been informed by someone who had the experience, if
you live downwing of a tannery you will get used to even that. Amazing what
your nose can program out.
No leather upholstery in my Midgets ;-(
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