Saturday, November 24, 2012

Daily Dose

From Europe and Elsewhere, by Mark Twain


"A new thing in costume appears -- the flaring hoop-skirt, for example -- and the passers-by are shocked, and the irreverent laugh.  Six months later everybody is reconciled; the fashion has established itself; it is admired now, and no one laughs."

From Corn-Pone Opinions

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