Date: Tue, 7 Mar 1995 17:53:24 -0800


Subject: Re: Iowa dialects and loose meat

okay, I'm reaching back into the late sixties, I believe, on a trip to

Iowa to meet my new wife's grandparents. I was introduced, while there,

to a chain, I believe, that all the family local and distant knew about,

that specialized in tenderloin pork steaks in a bun. I know it wasn't

called loose meat sandwiches, but it might have been MadeRights, but

I couldn't swear to that either. I know that as a Californian it was

an entirely new term to me. Davenport IA, I believe. Actually, I could

solve this problem with a phone call to my ex-wife, but ...

-- Moonhawk (%- )

"The fool on the hill sees the sun going down and

the eyes in his head see the world spinning round"

-- McCartney/Lennon