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Jeff Donlan

Old Gold filterless! John, that's what I used to buy for my Mom at Benny's. She quit when I was ten, so it was before then. Buying cigs in grade school. The good old days. I didn't care about the cigarettes, but on the way home I would nibble the end of the loaf of Italian bread sticking out of the bag. Mom switched to Raleigh when we wanted to start saving the coupons. The sequence of the pics above makes a disturbing story, but I'm sure it's an accidental arrangement.

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