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Michelle Craft, of Thornton, Colo., loads boxes of Twinkies and Zingers into her car, after buying about $100 worth of the baked goods at the Hostess Brands' bakery in Denver, Colo. on Friday Nov. 16, 2012. (AP Photo/Brennan Linsley)

John Curley's mom-in-law mourns the loss of Hostess' Sno Ball

John Curley's mother-in-law was devastated to learn that Hostess was shutting down.

It's not just a food, it's a sentimental feeling that she gets every time she sees a Sno Ball, Carol told Ron & Don on Friday.

Carol saw tears in the grocery store isles, not from children demanding the treats, but from adults who found themselves letting ago of a piece of childhood.

What happens if Twinkies really do go away?

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