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First post for this will not count unless it's completed. [Apr. 16th, 2006|01:56 am]
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Take the five nearest books and...
Book 1 first sentence
Book 2 last sentence on page 50
Book 3 second sentence on page 100
Book 4 next to last sentence on page 150
Book 5 final sentence


*grabs 5 nearest books* Like so! :)

When a dire situation is at hand, safe and sane alternatives may not exist. Far be it from my heart, the thought thereof. Through their community parks, recreation departments, and fine schools, children may compete in almost any sport. I had an emergency. Now I must write again.

Your turn -- :) Looking forward to reading these. I have a really busy week coming up, so if I'm not around as much, my apologies, I'll try and catch up when things return to normal.
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[User Picture]From: insilverflames
2006-04-16 07:19 am (UTC)
"The first time I read the ad, I choked and cursed and spat and threw the paper to the floor."

"The 42-chapter extended edition (ISBN 0-8053-8685-8) of Physics for Scientists and Engineers is intended for use in a three-semester course."

"The unicorn lived in a lilac wood, and she lived all alone."

"Good evening London. It's nine o clock and this is the voice of fate broadcasting on 27s and 28s in the medium wave...it is the fifth of the eleventh, nineteen ninety seven."

"It's so dark that for awhile - just how long I don't know - I think I'm stll unconscious."
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[User Picture]From: insilverflames
2006-04-16 07:21 am (UTC)
1. "Ishmael" by Daniel Quinn

2. My Physics textbook which is on the floor by me

3. "The Last Unicorn" by Peter Beagle

4. The novelization of "V for Vendetta"

5. 'Everything's Eventual" by Stephen King
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[User Picture]From: randomposting
2006-04-20 02:19 pm (UTC)
Ahh!!!

I was wondering if it was a V reference.

Score-eth.
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[User Picture]From: randomposting
2006-04-20 02:18 pm (UTC)
The fifth of November?
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