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12.03.2008

I Never Post Things Like This But These Are Strange Days

Rules: * Grab the book closest to you. Now. * Go to page 56. * Find the 5th sentence. * Write that sentence and incorporate yourself if necessary (i.e. Change "Bob stopped, sighed, and walked on" to "I stopped, sighed, and walked on.") * Don't go looking for your favorite book, or the coolest one you have -- just grab the closest one. (Someone was doing this on Facebook. Thought it was kind of neat.)

17 comments:

Tyler Tamplen said...

It's so much fun and very strange because sometimes it makes sense.

a*ram said...

"I am almost asleep when Chris finally shows up."

Anonymous said...

I'm drowning, I thought, they've gone too far...A red haze filled my mind and I slowly relaxed.

Anonymous said...

"My children like and need predictable routines- eating meals at certain times, having a story at bedtime, going to a family reunion like we always do."

Doug said...

"I determine if any sites exist that do not contain domain controllers from my domain when I am brought online."

Uh... not so much when all you have are networking reference books.

Anonymous said...

"Then Bob came into the room wearing a black leather push-up bra and a matching thong carrying a live chicken,a can of whipped cream and a funnel looking like she was on a mission".

Anonymous said...

hahahahah, like the people in this county read!!

hahahahahaha

Anonymous said...

I had just left lefties Taco Stand when I felt a sudden urge in the pit of my stomach. I was standing on the corner of 57th street dazed and confused, should I let it go, should I hang on to the pain and attempt to relax? Suddenly this beautiful dame walks up and say's, "hey fella, got a light?" I suddenly thought back to my time at Lefties Taco stand and the urge in the pit of my stomach. I reached in my trousers, retreived my little lighter and said sure babe, let me help. Suddenly the urge hit again without notice just as she asked me, "where ya heading big boy?" God if she only knew, my mind was racing to her house, the pit of my stomach was screaming for a bathroom..... TO BE CONTINUED from page 56, fifth sentence, of Trench Coat Tom, The Bomb and the Taco Stand

Anonymous said...

I have heard of your fame I stand in awe of your deeds......renew them in my day in my time make them known.

Noevadeaux said...

"And it was wise for me to know the district attorney well enough to depend on his handling any little thing that some busybody might bring before the grand jury."

From "I Like The Depression" by Henry Ansley, Jackass of the Plains, copyright 1932, first edition as discarded from the Thomas Crane Public Library of Quincy, Mass that I bought in a garage sale here in Texas last year - I liked the cover. Little did I know we would be going in to another depression so soon.

R and R said...

"This process of proving the genuiness of an official signature and stamp is called authentication or legalization....was pretty hard to incorporate my name in. No fun here.

Anonymous said...

After a long hesitation, the physician said, "Double Fake you could switch on that lamp."

Double Fake Dean Koontz in "From the Corner of His Eye"

Anonymous said...

I, believing the law is constitutional, had a right to pass a sentence of fine and imprisonment; because that power was placed in my hand by the constitution.

Anonymous said...

P 56 sentence 5 THE BIBLE CODE...The words "all his people to war" and "atomic holocaust" encoded on same page..very interesting..!

chupacabra said...

"I don't know when that will be,Mr. McNally," the houseman said dubiously.

Anonymous said...

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