Paying for family produce often a matter of honor
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#1 Aug 11, 2009
Glad to see Nancy and Mary Ward are trusting but not stupid. The honor system works well but is not perfect, hence the need for the concrete money barrel. Also, did the old man with only a $10 bill think this is a produce market/bank? At least he was honorable enough to put the corn back. People who take but don't pay are losers!
#2 Aug 11, 2009
America at it's best. God Bless America.
#3 Aug 11, 2009
I would like to think that people would be honest and do the right thing, but I watch the news every night and I know that's not true.
It is how I am raising my family though and it's nice to hear of others doing the same.
You are right WDof7... God Bless America!
#4 Aug 11, 2009
Good story; hooray for the Neeley's, Friend's and Markwood's!
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