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"Suddenly the nickel-clad horse takes the bit in its mouth and goes slanting for the curbstone defying all prayers and all your powers to change its mind — your heart stands still, your breath hangs fire, your legs forget to work . . . . Get a bicycle. You will not regret it. If you live."

                        — Mark Twain
                      May 10, 1884

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