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Old 09-11-2016, 03:28 PM   #71
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They work from dawn to dusk from a young age, and live very simply. There's a lot to be said for their lifestyle, and lessons there we could probably all benefit from.

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Old 09-11-2016, 05:04 PM   #72
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It is amazing that the Amish live so good, how they get along without credit cards is beyond me. Seems like to me when I see them pay for something it's always in cash. And the Amish have such a good work ethic, they is no way they can get along as good as they do without Uncle Sam. They must have a money tree. I think they all must have at least two jobs. I don't know how they get along so good without a hand struck out waiting on Uncle Sam to fill it. How the Amish do that is beyond me


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They don't need Uncle Sam. Their land and houses in most cases were paid off about 100 yrs ago. They don't have car payments and don't have to buy gas. They don't have cable bills. They don't have Verizon bills. They don't have electric bills. They don't have a Starbuck's habit. They don't buy Tommy Hilfiger clothes or any of that other crap over at the outlet stores. They don't buy their kids Air Jordans.
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The Amish own some of the most beautiful and largest houses on the east side of Lancaster County. Heck, most of their garages put my house to shame.

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Old 09-11-2016, 08:04 PM   #74
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Pennsylvania here we come!

Any recommendations of a good Amish place for breakfast in the Lancaster area?
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