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    1. I’ll play.
      “At their core, Shakespeare’s history plays are a dissection of the disputed succession and civil wars of the fifteenth century: the War of the Roses.”

      Hmmm….

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    2. “‘So well intended, and yet so insulting'”

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    3. “This page was intentionally left blank.”

      Oh, hell, that explains a lot.

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    4. problem is, the book nearest to me is entitled “Sexual Intelligence: What We Really Want from Sex — and How to Get It“, so the first complete sentance on p45 is actually pretty accurate…

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    5. “Mara almost dropped her cup and steadied one hand on the table.”

      WELL, then..

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    6. A line of poetry:
      “they will come, they will!”

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    7. “They made noises and exchanged glances.” Three for the Chair, by Rex Stout

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    8. “Sad lays were sung about the beset king.”

      -Beowulf, from the Norton Anthology

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    9. “I loved that old man”- george r.r. martin, a game of thrones.

      great.

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    10. “The mature Ponderosa trees have bark two inches thick and are relatively resistant to fire, which instead burns out the understory of fire-sensitive Douglas Fir seedlings that have grown up since the last fire.”

      Couldn’t have said it better myself

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    11. “The Russian cultural attaché’s black bread is particularly sought after by the more discerning duck.”

      From Good Omens by Neil Gaiman and Terry Pratchett.

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    12. “Then the Man said, ‘Let me go, for it is daybreak’.”
      From the Bible. (Don’t ask why I have a bible close to my computer.)

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    13. “Okay, yes…I’ll give it to you, but promise you’ll take care of Emily.” -‘Flee the Night’ by Susan Warren
      … … …that’s what happens when you are a lending clerk in a library…you get all sorts of books on your desk. Let’s see…I also have ’50 shades of Grey’, ‘Killing Floor’, and ‘What your 5th Grader Needs to Know’…but they’re underneath this one

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    14. how exactly does one “pip” up a book?

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    15. Oh, dear…
      “Last of all, the long and bitter Spanish Civil War had finally ground to a halt on 31st March with the capitulation of the Republican government to Franco’s forces, much to the jubilation of the supporting Italian and German governments.”
      That’s not good, is it?

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    16. “The cadet answered him in kind, stepped to the edge of the causeway, and flashed his torch to the south.”

      The Man Who Sold The Moon
      Robert A. Heinlein

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    17. As you move the cursor over the model, the individual bodies highlight.

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    18. RC-HC
      “Niner was hauling in his canopy when the explosion jerked him upright.”

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    19. notice how some cock gobbler when down the page and down voted every single one? fucking. asshole.

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    20. You can guess how this situation played out.

      Management Communication
      Bell & Smith

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    21. “She shall not pass, he told himself, and said, ‘The prince is watching the children at their play. He is NEVER to be disturbed when he is watching the children at their play.’ ”

      A Feast for Crows by George R.R. Martin

      Ummmmmm……… Ew?

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    22. Terrible news:
      The closest book was a graphic novel… After manually counting to page 45 it had no dialog.

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    23. “This session, a reherasal only, was not recorded.”

      Thank you, Beatles Recording Sessions.

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    24. From the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary:

      BANG v. to hit sharply

      I’ll be damned…

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    25. “¿Mi hermano?” (My brother?)

      – from a Spanish class textbook

      no bueno

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    26. “Judith Catholique gets ready to scrape the hair of a moosehide before tanning it.”

      Hot.

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    27. “For decades, that calculated infighting kept people on their toes; it was only later that the debating turned into bickering.”

      Big Blues – The Unmaking of IBM
      – Paul Carroll

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    28. Ok… Well then, the book I have has an extract to top the chapter and the first proper line of the chapter, so…

      “Perhaps it was as well that she had been unconscious for 4 weeks.”

      Or

      “I tried to focus on the striplight above me.”

      The Eyre Affair – Jasper Fforde

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    29. Terry Pratchett’s novel Feet of Clay –

      “It was dust-dry.”

      God dammit.

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    30. Stephan King writes very scary books.

      Well, it could be worse.

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    31. “Ancient Zorael, Furioso Dreadnought armed with a frag cannon and power fist.”

      Sounds most impressive… and violent.

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