Pay Dirt

Nearly all children of the Deep South have heard the demands of their mother, loudly instructing them to avoid the stain-creating nuisance lurking beneath their feet. “Don’t ruin your clothes in that dirt, ” Southern moms have yelled for years, fearful of the carnage that could be caused by the region’s distinctive red-clay soil. But…

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