Talk:1601 (Mark Twain)

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The cursing[edit]

I don't know which three words 1601 uses from George Carlin's stand-up routine. Could someone just write in, without euphemism, what those words are? I think it's noteworthy that the story uses that kind of language; otherwise I would just take out the line of the article. —Preceding unsigned comment added by Zincomog (talkcontribs) 06:11, August 28, 2007 (UTC)


Why is this listed with Twain's novels? I've never seen it as more than a pamphlet.Saxophobia (talk) 11:06, 4 August 2008 (UTC)