Mark Twain’s Feelings About Isner’s Wimbeldon Victory

The Lewis Grizzard of his generation, Mark Twain, has a famous quote regarding France, that I felt appropriate as I watched John Isner finally put Frenchy out of his misery:

France has neither winter, nor summer, nor morals. France is miserable because it is filled with Frenchmen, and Frenchmen are miserable because they live in France.



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