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What do these lines mean:
I thought: What will stampeders need?
Now I’m a Dawson millionaire!
I sell them ALL long underwear.

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  1. Without knowing the context, all I can do is guess.

    It sounds like a Canadian merchant who plans to sell people from the south some necessary clothing.

    If you post information about the context of these line, I'll be better able to help you.

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    Ms. Sue

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