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The pump shower is a nice metaphor for how man lives on the earth. Man and the water start out clean; soon enough, both are dirty.

The street car is lovely. Perhaps the horse was merely to get it going on a downhill course. Then the horse would veer out of the way, and the street car would take you on a ride through the city. We could do something like this in Salida. It's all downhill, and usually downwind, to the river.

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