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Walnut, KS

Contributed by walnutkids43, an ePodunk user.

July 5, 2008

 Growing up in walnut was a good time for me. Even though the town was small. the people were wonderful. Alot of things have changed over the years. Its just not the town it used to be. Its not about the people who helped out their follow man anymore. But about the people who has a name in the town. I never would have thought I say that about my small town. But its true if you dont have a name backing you your nothing. And if you dont spend every waking hour at the Bar your nothing. I just wish things were like it was when i was a young kid running the st of that wonderful little town. When everyone would say hello as you met them on the st. Instead of rising there noises in the air and turning their head to avoid you. Those of you that im talking about deep down know who you are. But are to chicken to face yourselfs in the mirro each morning. And would never admit it. I fell sorry for you all. One day maybe you"ll wake up and remeber the town i grew up in. DJ


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