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Orange Curtain

Orange Curtain
 n.— «We real Orange Countians could pull out those dusty Don’t Tread on Me flags we have stowed in the garage.…For one thing, war never solves anything. For another, they outnumber us, 6 to 1. And it’d seem as if we here behind the fabled “Orange Curtain” (coined in LA, no doubt) suffered from a major inferiority complex.» —“Can’t We All Just Get Along?” OC Weekly (California) Apr. 1, 2005. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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