Back In Black
TOM: His brother-in-law was in the business. Did I give this answer already?
RAY: Yeah, I think so. No, he chose black not because it was the cheapest paint, rather because it was the fastest-drying paint. He wanted to make sure that the paint job didn't stay wet long enough to collect dust and whatever.
TOM: When you got --
RAY: Gizzip them off the assembly line.
TOM: Don't forget, at this time, the roller had not yet been invented. So, they were using nylon brushes to paint these --
RAY: Not nylon. Horse hair.
TOM: Horse hair. Nylon had not been invented yet either.
TOM: Of course.
RAY: It didn't come until World War II.
TOM: That's right.
RAY: Who's our winner this week?TOM: OK. The winner is Eric Schultz from Al-bu-quirk-qway, New Mexico.
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