Junction, Texas is a small, small town several hours west of San Antonio. As near as I can ascertain its only reason for existence (like so many small Texas towns) was that two highways came together, and they decided to put a town there. The most memorable feature of Junction is a sign in the window of the one convenience store in town. The convenience store served as a sort of locus for travellers to and from the town, and there were bags of feed corn stacked in front of it for shipping.

The sign read, "Welcome to Junction, please do not sit on the corn."

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