On the farm, if someone asked your color, they were refering to your brand of tractor. Green did not mean being an environmentalist, but driving a John Deere. Red did not mean that you were short tempered, but you used Farmall. Blue did not mean that you were sad, but you had a Ford in the field. Yellow did not suggest that you ran scared, but you graded your road with a Caterpiller. White did not note your level of fear, but you cleaned your barn with a Bobcat. Companies have sold (Ford to New Holland) and merged (Case with International Harvester), messing up the color pallet. But, go to the county fair, and you shall find T-Shirt’s boasting one’s colors. Show your color in my poll from a recent county fair.
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