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Mark Twain

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    The Small Fry

    When I build a fire under a person in it, I do not do it merely because of the enjoyment I get out of seeing him fry, but because he is worth the trouble. It is then a compliment, a distinction; let him give thanks and keep quiet. I do not fry the small, the commonplace, the unworthy. — Mark Twain     Photo: Barn Images Follow my blog with Bloglovin’    …

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    Prize Watermelon

    I know how a prize watermelon looks when it is sunning its fat rotundity among pumpkin vines and ‘simblins;’ I know how to tell when its ripe without ‘plugging’ it; I know how inviting…

    July 2, 2015