Mark Twain
composed at least one non-audiobook book.

Mark Twain (1835-1910) Edit

Mark Twain was an author born in Florida as well as Missouri. Well, in Florida, Missouri, that is. He was a realist writer. Not like those "realists" who say the war in Iraq was a mistake because they can only point out the little negative things that have some from the war. Anyway, Twain wrote many books such as The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn and The Adventures of Tom Sawyer. Very unoriginal titles. He wrote many other books and stories and had a weird thing for long dead French women[1] until he died in Connecticut. It's a shame he wasn't around long enough to pay a visit to the Colbert Report. I know Stephen Colbert could have shown him the error in his "realist" ways.

The Rapping YearsEdit

Before Mark Twain decided to work with words and books, he tried his fortune as a Rapper known as "Lil' Twain", his lyrics were fluid and crazy but it was well known that he would drop the N word all the time, sometimes for no apparent reason. His rap career was short-lived after he performed in front of a slave audience.

He became an author once he found out he could write offensive racist stuff and be able to get away with it if he called it art.


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