Hopkins: Ben, I want y'to see some cards I"ve gon 'n' had printed up that ought t'save everybody here a whole lot of time 'n' effort, considering the epidemic of bad disposition that's been going around lately. "Dear sir: You are without any doubt a rogue, a rascal, a villain, a thief, a scoundral, and a mean, dirty, stinking, sniveling, sneaking, pimping, pocket-picking, thrice double-damned, no good son-of-a-bitch" - and y'sign y'r name. What do y'think?
Franklin: I'll take a dozen right now!
Stephen Hopkins to Benjamin Franklin in 1776, by Peter Stone and Sherman Edwards
[You know, if bloggers just adopted this idea, it could save everyone a lot of time and effort...]