4 responses to A most unusual move
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    Comment on A most unusual move (February 27th, 2007 at 08:00)

    I always feel bad when I throw out a pair of socks when there is just one little hole in the toe. I mean, the REST of the sock is fine. We are SO wasteful.

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    Amish America
    Comment on Amish cooperation and thrift (March 2nd, 2007 at 04:52)

    Amish cooperation and thrift

    Right on. I guess it starts with the kids and the culture you’re raised in. Amish kids (and a lot of non-Amish, of course) get it hammered into their heads not to waste.

    I actually live in Poland for a chunk of the year and I notice the tendency among people my age as well over here, more so than in the US. Guess when you grow up with less, it sticks with you…

    I love this story and photo though. I wish I could have witnessed it. Or even lent a hand! Love to see the mutual cooperation that you see so often among the Amish.

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    Comment on A most unusual move (October 10th, 2007 at 17:14)

    Oh my goodness! Now that is determination!

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    robert yoder
    Comment on A most unusual move (December 7th, 2008 at 21:49)

    so why do the amish call a screwdriver a screw puller?was a screw designed to be driven with a hammer and removed with a screw-puller of do we duthman just get things backward?

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