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Dealing with lunatics? It's nothing new

There are now 2,605,331 miles of paved roads in the United States. There are more than 130 million registered automobiles traveling them.

The population of California in the latest census (2012) was 38,041,430. Arizona had 6,553,255 people.

Cleveland, Ohio, boasted 390,928 inhabitants, and San Francisco had 825,863.

And it still must be against the law to do business with a lunatic.

See how all of this relates to business today in MTD Managing Editor Lori Mavrigian's latest blog, "When 'had to change the right rear' meant something totally different.'

To read it, click here.

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