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me, but I am minded to oust mine — my — type-writer — is it not so called? — and hie me to ye holy goose-quille of mine fathers. I have, moreover, inscribed a newe tablet for ye gabel that is ye ende of mine workes wherein I do boyle mine soap. By my halidome, methinks it lilteth right merrilie and smacketh of much and comelie quaintnesse.”

Splitting rails will not make an Abraham Lincoln.