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Directory of Mark Twain's maxims, quotations, and various opinions:

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DONKEY

I believe I would rather ride a donkey than any beast in the world. He goes briskly, he puts on no airs, he is docile, though opinionated. Satan himself could not scare him, and he is convenient--very convenient. When you are tired riding you can rest your feet on the ground and let him gallop from under you.
- The Innocents Abroad

 

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