THE FOLLOWING NARRATION IS WHOLLY, TRULY, AND REALLY BASED ON FACT.
SUMMARY PART SEVEN: In 1951, T. Rump’s parents enrolled him in Volunteer Projects for Kindergarteners in which he participated in the following activities: 1) Visit shut-ins at a nursing home. 2) Give canned goods to a Food Bank. 3) Befriend an animal. Perhaps too young, T. Rump did not understand charity. Desperate, his parents registered him in an academic foreign exchange program, but within weeks he was banned from the country.
In 1953, residents of Would You Believe It, CA held their annual Haul-It-With-Floss Competition. Due to unexpected misfortune, two participants suffered severe injuries due to weakened dental floss.
Photos taken moments before floss broke:
A Knife Authority and Knife Juggler was contacted for advice. His wife responded:
Mother of Knife Juggler:
To be continued: Who used the knife to cut the floss?