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FLIVVERETTES

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FLIVVERETTES

Washington Times
December 26, 1922 Home Edition


In crossing the street pedestrians seldom violate the speed law.
The purse of many an autoist looks like a flat tire.
The speeder may not know where he is going, but the traffic cop does.
Two things that annoy the motorist are—tax and tacks.
The man who calls his car "the old boiler" boils over if anyone else does it.
If folks get much more numerous the cities will have to set aside one-way streets for them.
The man may be at the wheel, but the woman drives the car.
A citizen with a troublesome flivver is in excellent training to become a professional contortionist.
Shifting gears is a terrible grind for the new driver.



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