A Good Man is Hard to Find
"Look at the graveyard!" the grandmother said, pointing it out. "That was the old family burying ground. That belonged to the plantation."
"Where's the plantation?" John Wesley asked.
"Gone With the Wind" said the grandmother. "Ha. Ha." (22-24)
The grandmother said she would have done well to marry Mr. Teagarden because he was a gentleman and had bought Coca-Cola stock when it first came out and that he had died only a few years ago, a very wealthy man. (26)
"These days you don't now who to trust," [Red Sammy] said. "Ain't that the truth?"
People are certainly not nice like they used to be," said the grandmother. (34-35)