Samuel Clemens / Mark Twain (1835 – 1910) American Author and Humorist
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Brilliant, love it.
It’s a great quote, isn’t it! He came up with a few really useful ones – including the good old one about writing a long presentation because of not having time to write a short one…… 🙂
Thanks for the comment, Simon. Yes, Twain was masterful in wielding memorable words of wit and wisdom.
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