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Tuesday, October 30, 2007
Dolphin-Free Oil Now Available in American Fork
World Class Auto Service on Main Street welcomes a new neighbor. Will Good Earth Natural Foods reciprocate? It might be amusing.
There I was, minding my own business on Saturday, returning home from a drive to somewhere south of American Fork. I was eastbound on American Fork's Main Street when I saw a sign.
No, it wasn't a sign in the religious sense. It was a sign in the this-is-the-sort-of-sign-I-photograph sense. At World Class Auto, right across from the new Good Earth Natural Foods store, they have put up two signs, actually. They both look like this:
I'm not sure what this means, except that it's apparently a cheerful, light-hearted salute to a new neighbor from an old one. I'll watch to see if the Good Earth responds in kind.
By the way, as far as I know, in my cars I have always used oil that was dolphin-free, and which at least used to be organic.
The photo is by Jeff Rodeback, copyright 2007.
Copyright 2007 by David Rodeback.