I feel so inadequate!


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One of my most popular posts I have written over the past two years featured American made jeans.  Most every day around ten people who want to buy jeans made by members of our extended American family read that post.  I was proud of that post.  American made jeans were kind of my thing.  So imagine my horror when Sarah Mazzone of Made in USA Challenge publishes a post on American made jeans, and features like three times as many American jeans as I did in my jeans post.  Sarah is stealing my jeans thunder!  Did she call and ask before she wrote her jeans post?  No, she just wrote it.  Da nerve!  I will just be over here in the corner crying if you need me.

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About tapirking

I live in Seattle and love telling stories about Americans, the places where they work and the things that they make.
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