What a shot in the arm for Hannibal, Hartford, Elmira
In my opinion, I think these coins are a splendid thing.
The legacy of Mark Twain cannot be preserved
with good wishes and fine intentions.
It takes cash.
"Bucksheesh," as he may have called it.
The quid pro quo of this is a wonderful heirloom and
keepsake in the coin, and a concomitant contribution
to those who keep his memory, writings, and musings
If there is a downside to this, I fail to see it.
In a message dated 11/17/2012 6:10:20 P.M. Eastern Standard Time,
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