"...But lo! The children of suburbia grew into the days of their adulthood, and indeed they did live in the shadows of their fathers and mothers, even unto the need for a large vehicle, sufficient to the hauling of children to soccer practice, and also unto causing the transport of the occasional newly-purchased television or load of lumber from the Place Of Shopping even unto their large suburban tract home ("Which is NOT AT ALL like unto our parents' home! Truly!" crieth the children of the Station Wagon in a loud voice.)"
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