I've seen this famous quote attributed to both Lincoln and Twain: "Better to remain silent and be thought a fool thant o speak out and remove all doubt." Was it either of these two or someone else? Also, has anyone noticed there is a Mark Twain quote for every possible event in life? Almost every class I took in college, be it science, algebra or writing, there was a relevant witticism from Sam Clemens.
Dmitri "Didn't Mr. T say something about fools?" Shostakovich