Mimsy Were the Borogoves

Editorials: Where I rant to the wall about politics. And sometimes the wall rants back.

A New Crime

Jerry Stratton, July 31, 1998

On July 1, 1998, Maureen Dowd rhetorically asked her New York Times readers, “How would Mark Twain skewer Kenneth Starr on Larry King?” The question fascinated me, because it makes an assumption I don’t think is warranted. I have not heard any recordings of Mark Twain, and in fact don’t know of any. But I have read a bit, and I think I can guess how the skewer would go in and who would end up on the barbecue.

My apologies to Mark Twain for this poor imitation of his writing style.

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