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The Crowning Infamy

Andrew was a farmer of the old school with a grievance. His invariable topic was the iniquities and morals - or lack of them - of the young women farm servants brought in for short periods each year to assist during the harvest. He was unburdening himself to the laird :

    "They winna wark" he said, " They winna dae whit they're bidden. They gang ti dances ilka ither nicht. They come hame at aw oors, sometimes na owre sober. Ay, an A ken fine they whiles bring lads hame wi them."
Pausing for breath before the final thrust :
    "Bit waur nor aw that - they're impident ti me !"

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