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To the people of the rural South – especially in the days of my childhood – a sign of hard-working success meant the ability to eventually buy a recliner.

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When Tink first moved to the place which he now firmly and alternately calls “my home” or “the place where I belong,” I often had advice on adjusting to the South. One piece was constant: “Be careful what you say about people because you never know who’s kin to who.”