"Lovely outside; mangled inside. Damn Reich"
- the demolished man, alfred bester
"Oy vey. The questions they ask."
~Devil in the Details: scenes from an obsessive girlhood, Jennifer Traig
"Very well, I imagine. He had leukemia, you see."
.. what a downer. AND a spoiler! since i haven't got to page 130 yet x_x
dan millman, "way of the peaceful warrior"
Sorry to bring about a spoiler!!! I suck!!!
"I beg your pardon, Madame, could you tell me where to find a gate or door, made of bars, irons bars, opening into the Rue Scribe...and leading to the lake?...You know the lake I mean!"
~~The Phantom of the Opera by Gaston Leroux, page 130
If you set this feature to on, Stratagy asks callers for their name & company. Without the callers knowledge, the system relays that information to you & provides you with special options to handle the call.
How to screen your calls from the Toshiba Stratagy Flash, IVP8 Voice Processing Manual
-Can you tell I am at work- Hmmm I wonder if you can figure out what I do for a living....
Oooh, is this the only book you have handy love? None with dialogue?
My book I have at work doesn't have that many pages, so I will pick one at random, which is really more fitting for you (o:
"She was all I had, and now she is gone! Break, my heart; I cannot bear my life any more!"
-Eve's Diary, Mark Twain
Awww. I did the play based on that once.
2007-04-11 04:22 pm (UTC)
That was a hilarious scene
"Right, well...It seems that Tony's gone on a watermelon diet. Lost his mind, and now he is doing holiday somewhere hot."
The Second Assistant - A tale from the Bottom of the Hollywood Ladder.
Clare Naylor and Mimi Hare
lol, these are sooo much fun out of context!
"It's just life," they say.
"Arthur! you're safe!" a voice cried.
hitchhiker's guide to the galaxy-Douglas Adams
I gotta read that oneof these days.
"These are your clothes now," said the little hairy man, proudly. "I traded 'em. This stuff's better quality- see, it won't rip and tear as easy- and it's neither tattered nor torn, and withal, you'll not stick out so much as a stranger. This is what people wears hereabouts, y'see."
...This seems strangely familiar. :O What's it from?
"Listen to me now: There has never been a military in the entire history of the human race that has gone to war euqipped with more than the least htat it needs to fight its enemy. War is expensive."
BTW, from what I understand Ambassador Meepzork from Planet Fishia was delicious with tartar sauce.
lol! Of course he was. Poor little dude.
And what's your book? *tilts head*
Oooh. What kind of book talks about sex kittens? ;)
My page 130 didn't have any speaking. So I just went to the closest page I could find that did.
"How is married life?"
"It's good. It's tough, but it is good."
Blue Like Jazz by Donald Miller.
Ooh! Good pointing out the next nearest lines. I suck at the meme writing. lol
"...but he, proud of his might, trial made of me, grasp'd ready-handed, his glove hung wide and wondrous, with curions bindings fast; it was cunningly all prepared with a devil's crafts and dragon's skins: he me there within unsinning, the brutal perpetrator, would make one of many..."
There's a single looooong sentence that spans about two and a half pages, so I just took the first few clauses that could stand fairly well on their own. D: Sorry that it's like a paragraph.
But I loves me my Beowulf. <3
...And as for the fish: There are some weird animals out there, for serious. Like, they make you think, the hell are those things doing on Earth? x3;; That right there is one of them. XD;;
Hey babe! Do you have somwething with two lines of dialogue though? Where it's characters talking? I'm just going to make a crazy funny script and go from there.
"He isn't, it's his partner who who does it. Harvey can set it up. Rachel had a couple 'a drinks with him and bingo---movie star teeth"
"That's really fucking squalid, man" Tommy said.
(anthony bourdain's Bone in the Throat)
Also, really weird that my name also happens to be Rachel
I'm just gonna take up to Harvey Can Set It Up so that it doesn't get crazy long and it keeps it's randomness for the dialogue but this sounds like an interesting book!
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Hey babe! Do you have something with two lines of dialogue though? Where it's characters talking? I'm going to put together like a crazy script from all of our dialogues. :)