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YOUR SHOT: California Dreaming

Mark Twain once remarked that when he was a boy of 14, his father was so ignorant, he could hardly stand to be around the old man. But when Twain became 21, he was astonished at how much the old man had learned in seven years. The author's humorous sentiments about his own intellectual growth...

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