During the Great Depression, the Deep South was a particularly hot place -- both literally as the mercury would climb on summer afternoons; and figuratively as politics got heated, frustrations of the lower classes boiled, and tempers flared at the grim state of the economic and social conditions.
So when you find yourself feeling any heat-- literally or emotionally-- take a beat, cool off with cool minty sweet tea, and reflect on the fact that "there's only one kind of folks. Folks."
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