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When I was growing up in the tiny town of Lexington, SC all able-bodied citizens of relative youth belonged to the Volunteer Fire Department. To be fair, our service was a bit nobler than it was fruitful. We generally considered it a successful call when we could salvage a good foundation on which the former homeowner could rebuild. In those days, there were no paid firefighters. Even with professional firefighters of today, the goal was for everyone to go home safe. A secondary goal is “Don’t end up on YouTube.” There was no YouTube in the sixties and seventies. We did not have ...

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