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  • Coleman Lanterns: A Tradition of Light!

    Lanterns powered by oil or white gas were the most common source of light before the advent of electricity. With the onset of electricity, lanterns were quickly discarded for the more convenient and brighter source of light. People in the Plain Sect, however, have continued using lanterns or some facsimile for their light.

    Ed Erb of Holmes County, Ohio, has maintained his Amish tradition with the use of lanterns throughout his home and outbuildings. As a means to preserve this tradition, Erb has amassed a remarkable collection of Coleman lanterns and anything manufactured or marketed with the Coleman name.

    Roll Tide!!!!!

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    Light is good.

    I forgive you

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    • Uncle Figgy
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      hoddy

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    • moogerfooger
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      God Almighty wrote:

      Light is good.


      you should know 


  • #3

    Hoddy has turkey tits. 

    I HAVE SPOKEN

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    • Pigger
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      I like tits.

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    a tradition of on-topic posting

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    "Your own limitations render you incapable of realizing that not everyone is as limited as yourself."

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    • quickie1
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      coyote-1 wrote:

      a tradition of on-topic posting


      With the light cast from all those lanterns he, I'm surprised that he can't see what a dishonest fool he has become.













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