A most unheard-of steale!

"Now as it happened, in the din and the tumulte, a good and freely-thinking Aborigine did stand in his breechclouts and inquire with great clarity the reasone for such monster savings, as well as why they should expire with the sun’s setting, which seemed rather arbitrary when one thought aboute it.

 Pilgrim Monroe, 1950s. From  here .

Pilgrim Monroe, 1950s. From here.

But these wordes did fall on ears deafened by rumours of two-for-one buckles, which could be affix’d to one’s shoe or belt, or sportingly to the front of one’s hat—a most unheard-of steale!"

 

Clegg, River. "The First Black Friday, By William Bradford." From McSweeney's.

The deepe questions.