One Drop Too Much

March 1960
New Yorker;3/26/1960, Vol. 36 Issue 6, p24
The article presents a perspective on the issue concerning the habit of the denizens North Bergen, New Jersey. According to the author, they have found out that the inhabitants in the area have a habit to let fallen apples rot on the ground during the winter. Moreover, the authors were informed started pecking the apples.


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