Newspaper article The Christian Science Monitor

Knut Neversetter

Newspaper article The Christian Science Monitor

Knut Neversetter

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YOU know that tin house standing down by Mahaffie's bridge? There was a young man lived down there, his name was Knut Neversetter. He had a snug little log cabin, he was a real nice fellow but crazy as a tick. It came into his head that what he wanted more than anything else was a tin house. The problem with that was that although he owned the house he didn't own the land it was sitting on, I guess that's called Squatter's Rights. He went to the county officials and asked them if he couldn't build anothe r house and they told him no, he couldn't, he'd better be content with the cabin he had.

Knut stewed about that quite a bit and then he went back to the officials and said, how about if he added on a room of tin to his cabin and again they said no, he couldn't do that either.

So he came back and he was miserable. …

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