Not knowing how the budget crunch is going to shake
out, perhaps you will not have the funds available to
further your education. However, if things go as I wish,
education will continue to be affordable to the public.
If so, I hope you take the opportunity, as have I, to
see Mr. Holbrook’s soliloquy of Mark Twain, in person.
He does a marvelous job and being older now than he
was in the video I posted for you, in the Quote of the
Day, he looks much more Grandfatherly.
In the beginning of a change the patriot is a scarce
man, and brave, and hated and scorned. When his
cause succeeds, the timid join him, for then it costs
nothing to be a patriot. – Mark Twain
Although he makes a great many people in the audience
uncomfortable, he inserts enough laugh lines to keep those
with a low capacity for understanding, laughing happily and
laughter, being contagious, is soon widespread. However,
there seems to be a different kind of laugh from the guilty.
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P.P.S. : A trip to Washington, D.C. could be the
most rewarding and educational trip you will ever
experience. If possible, you may want to consider
planning a trip there for the coming spring.
D.C. is very pretty in the springtime.
The flowers mask the stench nicely.
If Mr. Holbrook, is able to perform, he will be
presenting “A Night with Mark Twain” at the
National Theater on the 4th and 5th of April.
Considering that he will be 89 by then, I urge
you not to miss witnessing one of these last
scheduled performances. The recent reviews
have treated him harshly and it seems likely
that he will end this segment of his life soon.
You will not find a better group of hypocrites
than the D.C. crowd, so be sure to hone your
observation skills in preparation for the show.