What Kind of Man Reads Toons?
What kind of man reads Toons? Big Men, Manly Men, Men of tall stature and broad shoulders, men with a body as hard as cement.  Heads, as hard as cement, too!  Men like Pierre of Two Harbors, MN. You’ll find Pierre on the North Shore of lovely Lake Superior, just NE of Duluth. Pierre comes from a long line of French Voyagers who explored the the great lakes region  clear into Northern Minnesota and Canada. These guys were crazy. Living in the woods, paddling heavy canoes for months, eating parched corn packed with salted pork, with the occasional beaver or fish, and always freezing their butts off.  The water is icy cold up there and they were always  soaking wet. Which is probably why Pierre isn’t wearing any pants. It’s hard to tell in this black and white photo, but drive up and see for yourself. Those legs are as pink as his hands and face.  That’s a pretty short shirt Pierre has also. That’s why Mrs. Toons is holding a copy of Toons up. This is a family publication for Iowans. The loose “wild and free” clothing standards of Minnesotans are a little too much for our average Iowan reader. Plus, it’s illegal for a man to go without his pants on in Iowa.  But... that is exactly what Pierre likes about Toons.  That “wild and free” attitude you just won’t find in other publications.  So subscribe to Toons. If you have friends like Pierre, send them a gift subscription.
What Kind of Man Reads Toons?
What kind of man reads Toons? Big Men, Manly Men, Men of tall stature and broad shoulders, men with a body as hard as cement.  Heads, as hard as cement, too!  Men like Pierre of Two Harbors, MN. You’ll find Pierre on the North Shore of lovely Lake Superior, just NE of Duluth. Pierre comes from a long line of French Voyagers who explored the the great lakes region  clear into Northern Minnesota and Canada. These guys were crazy. Living in the woods, paddling heavy canoes for months, eating parched corn packed with salted pork, with the occasional beaver or fish, and always freezing their butts off.  The water is icy cold up there and they were always  soaking wet. Which is probably why Pierre isn’t wearing any pants. It’s hard to tell in this black and white photo, but drive up and see for yourself. Those legs are as pink as his hands and face.  That’s a pretty short shirt Pierre has also. That’s why Mrs. Toons is holding a copy of Toons up. This is a family publication for Iowans. The loose “wild and free” clothing standards of Minnesotans are a little too much for our average Iowan reader. Plus, it’s illegal for a man to go without his pants on in Iowa.  But... that is exactly what Pierre likes about Toons.  That “wild and free” attitude you just won’t find in other publications.  So subscribe to Toons. If you have friends like Pierre, send them a gift subscription.
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