Today fewer people wear watches than ever. The reason may be that cell phones have a digital clock so there seems little need to wear a timepiece on your arm or in your pocket. Perhaps Mark Twain would have wished that he had a cell phone because his watch was costing him much more than an early cell phone upgrade. If you’ve ever had something repaired multiple times you will identify with the humorous struggle Twain relates in the short story "My Watch".
Public Domain (P)2014 Glenn Hascall
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