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While visiting family in rural Arizona I noticed an interesting pattern. The only road meandering between the cattle pastures and a few sparsely scattered homes was unpaved and rocky. After a couple of days relaxing and observing while on vacation, I was able to identify locals versus government vehicles without even looking at them. The vehicles driven by local residents (tax payers) were older and made a lot of rattling and squeaking noises as the drove down the dirt road. The government vehicles (police, boarder patrol, forestry, agriculture, etc) only made the sound of rubber tires driving on a rough road. The government vehicles were all new, while the vehicles of the tax payers were all old. The 'servants' have nicer vehicles than the 'masters'.
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