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Garage salin' into trouble

It’s winter, so you wouldn’t expect there to be much garage sale traffic these days.
Winter ends, though, and the traffic picks up.
The signs, that get tacked up on public property — and even on private property, sometimes — and then that get left to rot long after the sales are over, will return with the warm weather.
The traffic parked willy-nilly and the drivers who pay more attention to getting into the sale, than they do to other traffic and even to pedestrians, will come with the warm weather, too.
True, they aren’t coming tomorrow, but they ...

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