What's going on, Albuquerque?
Groups are good when going door-to-door in Albuquerque. Interesting photo and novel.
Very earnest group. Lady on left was especially interesting and interested...
I bet the Jehovah Witnesses get a lot of young guys to attend a meeting or two (and acting very earnest trying to impress these young ladies... )
Back in my college days (okay, wayyyy back..) some of the religious groups would use their pretty girls to interest college boys into attending their meetings - I might have attended a meeting or two...
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