From Dan Jenkins' 1981 Baja Oklahoma:
Candy was barely out of high school when she went to Oregon. The daughter had gone to the same school as Juanita, Paschal High, but Candy had grown up in what was known to most bewildered parents as a period of dope-crazed hippie scum revolution. This was in contrast to Juanita's wonderful era in which kids stalked the elusive V. O. and 7-Up and got angrier at the results of football games than they did at politics.
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Juanita made only three predictions about the "religious person" in Oregon who was enabling hundreds of young people to achieve a heightened consciousness: he would be a twenty-seven-year-old dropout with surfing scars, his sermons would be as deeply meaningful as the dialogue on "Star Trek," and he would, if he weren't watched closely, sneak a meatball into his tofu.
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