59 entries from srah blah blah tagged with 'quote':

Now I will go try on some shoes...

Hello, The Internet. If you care to be all up in my personal business like that, I will tell you that apete and I broke up today. We couldn't make the long-distance thing work, it's mutual but it still hurts and that is all I care to share with The Internet. I hate telling people about breakups and I really hate being all Web 2.0 about it, but I feel like I have to tell people somehow. I wish I could just wear a sandwich board instead, or maybe have a t-shirt printed. At least this way I can just...

srah - Sunday, 22 July 2007 - 3:59 PM
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Put your tape decks on record, y'all

Ludacris hosted Saturday Night Live this weekend and surprised me by not taking himself seriously and actually being funny. This is not something I really expect from rappers, who seem way too concerned with getting other people to take them seriously. Now I think that Ludacris is awesome. Yay Ludacris. There were many funny parts to the episode, but one really stood out, in that it has been in my head CONSTANTLY FOR ABOUT 36 HOURS. Fortunately, NBC has put the whole Blizzard Man sketch online so that you too can enjoy these miraculous lyrics (and the dances that go...

srah - Monday, 20 November 2006 - 1:07 PM
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'To be angry is to be human'???

I hate umbrellas. They're coarse and rough and irritating, but here everything is soft and smagggghhh-- Sorry, no, that's sand. Let's start over. I hate umbrellas. I killed them. I killed them all. They're dead, every single one of them. And not just the men, but the women and the children, too! They're like animals, and I slaughtered them like animals! I hate them! Hmmm. Not quite. I hate umbrellas. They never work correctly for me. You have to hold the stupid thing, so you never have a free hand to do anything. Rain hardly ever falls straight down, so...

srah - Friday, 19 November 2004 - 12:17 PM
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Believe it or not, I probably haven't seen this movie in over a year and a half.

James: What are you doing Saturday? Helen: Probably killing myself. James: Excellent. What time does that finish? Do you like boats? - Sliding Doors The kind of week this is shaping up to be: Cold symptoms worsening: likely. Schoolwork: lots. Schoolwork done in the past week: nearly zero. Sleep: unlikely. Meetings: numerous. Attention span: almost nonexistent. Midterms this week: 1 (I hope). Studying done: none. Jez bored and lonely: probable. As for now... Location: midterm review. State of mind: bored and panicked at the same time. Concerned about: not learning fast enough for my tastes, that I am wasting my...

srah - Sunday, 24 October 2004 - 7:52 PM


Right. I don't really have anything to say, but it's in my head....

srah - Tuesday, 10 August 2004 - 10:51 AM


My sister set out to watch Hello Dolly! last night and instead ended up watching Road to Bali. My mom and I immediately had the same reaction: "The two were so much alike!" "They were! They still are!" She didn't take kindly to us making fun of her through Pirates of Penzance quotes and really ought to have fired back something along the lines of: "Collectively, I look upon you with a disgust that amounts to absolute detestation."...

srah - Sunday, 28 March 2004 - 10:57 AM
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What am I going to do with forty subscriptions to Vibe?

I have discovered the future. And it is not pretty. Watching Office Space yesterday, I realized that there are at least two jobs in that film that match up to our School of Information training. First of all, after 501, we are trained in consultancy, which means that we could take over for the Bobs. If I chose that career path, I imagine a conversation something like: srah: Let's see. You're Neil... Diamond? (he nods) srah: Is that your real name? Neil: Yeah. srah: Are you in any relation to the pop singer? Neil: It's just a coincidence. srah: To...

srah - Sunday, 21 March 2004 - 3:18 PM
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Wisdom of srah

"Sometimes we have to close the Great Dishwasher Door of Life and stop the licking." - me (srahmom said it was so profound that I should write it down somewhere... like in, say, a blog. If I had such a thing! Ah, those crazy kids and their "blogs"!)...

srah - Wednesday, 17 March 2004 - 8:33 PM

'Sometimes I think I'd be better off dead. No, wait, not me, you.'

"I think a good product would be "Baby Duck Hat". It's a fake baby duck, which you strap on top of your head. Then you go swimming underwater until you find a mommy duck and her babies, and you join them. Then, all of a sudden, you stand up out of the water and roar like Godzilla. Man, those ducks really take off! Also, Baby Duck Hat is good for parties." - Deep Thoughts, by Jack Handey I wore socks with ducks on them yesterday and every time I looked at or thought about my feet, that popped into my...

srah - Thursday, 12 February 2004 - 5:12 PM

And now: Leonard Nimoy reads srah blah blah

Natalie has a crapload of Simpsons quotes on her blog today, one of which reminds me of my blog so much that I can't decide whether to be overwhelmingly sad or overwhelmingly happy. So I will be overwhelmingly had and sappy*. Leonard Nimoy: Hello, I'm Leonard Nimoy. The following tale of alien encounter is true and by true, I mean false. It's all lies. But they're entertaining lies, and in the end isn't that the real truth? The answer is no. Anyway, go over there and waste some time reading those when you should be learning how to program in...

srah - Monday, 12 January 2004 - 10:44 PM

Whatever happened to that Do Not Call list?

"A name pronounced is the recognition of the individual to whom it belongs. He who can pronounce my name aright, he can call me, and is entitled to my love and service." - Henry David Thoreau I'm going to memorize this so that I can recite it to telemarketers, who never seem to pronounce my relatively straightforward last name correctly....

srah - Sunday, 4 January 2004 - 10:56 AM

Is it a breakup if it never had a chance to get started?

I hate it when Neil Diamond has the words for my situation, because I don't want to become that person who endlessly quotes Neil Diamond, thinking that he's some kind of god of lyrics-writing when he really writes a lot of crap. Oh wait, I already am the person who endlessly quotes him, so I might as well keep going. I feel like The Neil is singing to me: But I got an emptiness deep inside And I've tried But it won't let me go And I'm not a man who likes to swear But I never cared For the...

srah - Sunday, 16 November 2003 - 12:44 PM
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Boost me up my ladder, kid, and I'll boost you up yours

Thanks to smg's Quintessential Burn CD, I have had When You're Good to Mama from Chicago in my head all morning. I can hardly think of someone less appropriate than myself to sing things like, They say that life is tit for tat And that's the way I live. 'Cause I deserve a lot of tat for what I've got to give. Oh wait, I can think of someone: my old friend Mrs Nobody. Yes, I am five. Who let me come to work today?...

srah - Monday, 29 September 2003 - 11:19 AM
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The movie in my mind

It's raining. And when it's raining, I don't feel like being out and about or even like being at work, next to the window. I feel like being curled up in a blanket on the couch, drinking tea and watching Jane Austen movies. But I'm not. So let's pretend we are and recreate Austen movies in quotes. I am watching Sense & Sensibility in my mind. You may watch it with me, or curl up on your own couch and watch something else. Edward Ferrars: I wish to check the position of the Nile. My sister tells me it is...

srah - Monday, 22 September 2003 - 9:45 AM
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Remember, children: real culture before pop culture

I went with my parents to Amadeus, a lovely restaurant specializing in eastern and central European food. Like many restaurants in Europe, it is a small place and is served by only one waiter. The decor is somehow old-fashioned enough to seem authentic and they have cans and glasses instead of fountain drinks. It's a very nice, familiar atmosphere. My family quite enjoyed our potato schnitzel, pierogi and salads while listening to the live piano music. I recognized a few pieces and went on with my meal, then heard what I have now been able to identify as Chopin's Étude...

srah - Sunday, 14 September 2003 - 3:48 PM
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Whatever Lola Katie wants

More quotes from movies and music, folkses, because Katie is sad that she missed the last one. Which gentleman among you am I to have the pleasure of making love to? What a fabulous window treatment! Knock down the old brick wall and be a part of it all. You should be very glad I'm not 12. I was a very straightforward child. I used to spit. I'm kicking through the Autumn leaves and wondering where it is you might be going to. There is no medicine for what I have. Hey! Hey! Her head don't come off! Don't look...

srah - Tuesday, 2 September 2003 - 12:00 PM
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srah's quotes quiz

I've run out of musicals. Or maybe I haven't. These are quotes from all kinds of music and movies. Identify them or perish. When he's underwater, does he get wet? Or does the water get him instead? Maids like me - I'm neat. I like maids - they're neat. 1: You know carpentry. Can you do anything else? 2: Whacking. I'm hell at whacking. 1: This sausage is moldy! 2: Shut up and drink your gin. My friends would think I was a nut, turning water into wine. We're living in a material world and I am a material girl...or...

srah - Friday, 29 August 2003 - 6:57 PM
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Votre dévouée élève, qui vous aime de tout son coeur

While reading The Professor (thanks for suggesting it, Katie), I was full of fantasies about updating it (à la Pride & Prejudice/Bridget Jones), writing a novel loosely based on it, or bringing it to the big screen. The book is about an Englishman who is unhappy in his work, so he goes off to Belgium and teaches English. I like it despite the protagonist's airs of grandeur, because there are parts that remind me of my experiences as a teaching assistant in France. No man likes to acknowledge that he has made a mistake in the choice of his profession,...

srah - Thursday, 24 July 2003 - 12:07 AM
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Meesa meejahoor

I am what Meg calls a meejahoor. Recently I have been constantly trying to read four or five books at the same time and watching movies when I come up for a breath of non-literary air. I think this is because I was deprived of English-language books and movies (or at least of selection) in France and I'm now so inundated with them that I gave myself and get in over my head. Read/viewed within the past week: Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire - it's a reread, but an interesting one, what with all I've learned in book...

srah - Tuesday, 22 July 2003 - 7:03 PM
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I can't seem to make piracy pay

Song of Perfect Propriety by Dorothy Parker Oh, I should like to ride the seas, A roaring buccaneer; A cutlass banging at my knees, A dirk behind my ear. And when my captives' chains would clank I'd howl with glee and drink, And then fling out the quivering plank And watch the beggars sink. I'd like to straddle gory decks, And dig in laden sands, And know the feel of throbbing necks Between my knotted hands. Oh, I should like to strut and curse Among my blackguard crew... But I am writing little verse, As little ladies do. Oh, I...

srah - Friday, 27 June 2003 - 8:53 AM
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"I wouldn't have such trouble adjusting to the world if the world made sense."

I'm reading Carrie Pilby by Caren Lissner. I identify with the main character because she's a 19-year-old genius with no friends or social skills. Except I have friends and moderate social skills. And I'm not 19. And... well, okay, I'm not a genius either. I've always thought that my thoughts would someday serve a great purpose in the world, but the more days that pass, the more unlikely it seems. I've considered starting a log of my thoughts and ideas, but I fear if I do, I'll feel obligated to run to the log and write down every thought I...

srah - Wednesday, 11 June 2003 - 3:09 PM
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srah's Musical Trivia Quiz III: The Return of the Quiz

Becky has inspired me to start again. The research for the latest edition of Srah's Musical Trivia Quiz (which always seems to happen when I am musical-soundtrack-and-Discman-clad at work and have nothing better to think about) was grueling. It took great effort to stop from bursting out loudly in song and dancing around in my chair. 1) What I give, I choose to give 2) Look in your mind/ I'm there, nothing's new 3) Up there where skies are ocean blue 4) No one can make us give our rights away 5) Let's all stroke together like the Princeton crew...

srah - Monday, 2 June 2003 - 12:00 PM
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Little girl lost

People kept having to re-explain things to me today, over and over again. I felt like I didn't understand anything. To be precise, I felt almost exactly like this: King: GUARDS!!! (two guards come in) Make sure the prince doesn't leave this room until I come and get 'im. (starts to go) Guard 1: (repeating) Not to leave the room, even if you come and get 'im. Guard 2: *Hic* King: Nono.... *Until* I come and get him. Guard 1: Until you come and get him, we're not to enter the room. King: (stops) Nono, no... You *stay* in the...

srah - Tuesday, 20 May 2003 - 5:51 PM
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All I do is quote

"I like living in England because everywhere else is foreign and strange. The only language I speak is English: I dropped French at school and took up hurdling with the athletic team instead. Even now, in later years, my instinctive reaction on hearing French is to jerk one leg in the air and propel myself towards low garden walls. But I wouldn't like anyone to think that I don't like Abroad. I do. Abroad means adventure and the possibility of danger and delicious food, but Abroad is also tiring and confusing and full of foreigners who tell you that the...

srah - Wednesday, 12 February 2003 - 7:40 AM
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Apologies to Four Weddings

I am listening to the radio broadcast of the NRJ Music Awards on the radio. Phil Collins is mangling the French language, but I am so proud of him for speaking French at all. What happens at concerts where the singer doesn't speak the language? Do they just drop the between-song banter, do they do it in their native language and ignore the fact that the crowd probably doesn't understand, or is there someone there to translate? Mariah Carey is also at the awards. You may ask what I think of her. Unfortunately there I run out of words. Perhaps...

srah - Saturday, 18 January 2003 - 4:22 PM
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"Can I have a kitten?"

"But how am I supposed to teach English As A Foreign Language if I don't speak English as As A Foreign Language? Can't I just take Foreign As An English Language?" - Smack the Pony...

srah - Tuesday, 14 January 2003 - 5:43 PM
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In case you haven't noticed, I like quotes

Especially ones about diaries that I can apply to my blog. Before break, I read an English translation (yes, I am lazy) of A.O. Barnabooth: His Diary, one of the best-known works of Valéry Larbaud, namesake of my lycée, vichyssois author but perhaps best known as the translator-to-French of many a famous 20th-century anglophone writer - most notably James Joyce and William Faulkner. The book is the diary of an invented character named Archibald Barnabooth, a South American millionaire who has inherited his money from his father and wanders around Europe trying to figure out what one should do with...

srah - Saturday, 11 January 2003 - 8:05 AM
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Papillotes are so clever

Another quote from a candy wrapper: "Le touriste est un voyageur qui fait des centaines de kilomètres pour se faire photographier devant un car." - Jean Delacour...

srah - Saturday, 11 January 2003 - 4:27 AM
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'The two kittens, ears flattened beneath the ribboned bonnets, looked both ridiculous and endearing.'

I have just been reading a neat little science-fictiony book by P.D. James. I thought that P.D. James only wrote mysteries and in fact, this one was in the mystery section, but then again so is The Bluest Eye, so I wouldn't really go by that. The Vichy Public Library's English books section is... creative. Anyway, The Children of Men takes place in 2021, when the human race has been afflicted with sterility and hasn't reproduced itself since 1995. People have lost interest in sex and there are a lot of unstable middle-aged women who went crazy with untapped maternal...

srah - Thursday, 12 December 2002 - 12:42 PM
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Je ne sais pas si vous l'avez pigé, mais je collectionne les citations

I bought a bag of papillotes, a French Christmas candy. They are lovely chocolates in fancy wrappers that are supposed to resemble papillons but look rather like British Christmas crackers. The chocolate is yummy and delicious, but my favorite part is that each papillote has a quote wrapped around the chocolate. I have found one that I think should become my motto or something like it, because it is exactly what I strive for in my blog and everywhere else: "Le talent consiste à dire les mêmes bêtises que les autres, mais plus élégamment..." - Philippe Bouvard...

srah - Monday, 2 December 2002 - 4:54 AM
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Quote for Tuesday

"For every person who wants to teach there are approximately thirty people who don't want to learn--much." - W. C. Sellar and R. J. Yeatman Or at least two....

srah - Monday, 11 November 2002 - 6:06 PM
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I miss you

When I saw on the news that Yves Saint-Laurent had died, my first thought was, 'Damn that Dr Dre and his microwave popcorn!' Some of you are infinitely richer for knowing what I'm talking about, and I miss you for that. There aren't enough people here to quote to....

srah - Saturday, 2 November 2002 - 2:00 PM

Money can so buy knives

Last night when we parted, Jennifer, Renata and I decided we should do "something" today - a "something" that might include travelling "somewhere". When we met at the train station this morning, we deliberated on a destination and finally settled on Thiers, a 45-minute bus ride away in the Puy-de-Dôme department (63). On a side note, I only just realized that the last two digits on French license plates refer to the department the car is from - thus cars from Vichy have a 03 for Allier. Now I like to look out for cars from other departments and am...

srah - Sunday, 27 October 2002 - 7:42 PM
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The Lady and the (Little) Tramp

This afternoon, I went to see Le Dictateur, the French-dubbed version of Charlie Chaplin's talkie The Great Dictator. I had never seen one of Chaplin's films all the way through and was quite impressed, as were the two other spectators in the enormous screening room. Chaplin played Adenoid Hynkel, a dictator who was meant to resemble Adolf Hitler, and a Jewish barber with amnesia, who had just been released after 20 years in the hospital for an injury received during WWI. There was, as could be expected, a case of mistaken identity, so that the barber had the opportunity to...

srah - Thursday, 24 October 2002 - 12:33 PM
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I bet Bath-water tastes better

Once upon a time, there was a girl who went to spend some time in a town known for its waters. When she arrived, she was very lonely. Sound familiar? I am reading Northanger Abbey and quite enjoying it, so I will share some of my favorite parts: "How uncomfortable it is," whispered Catherine, "not to have a single acquaintance here!" "Yes, my dear," replied Mrs. Allen, with perfect serenity, "it is very uncomfortable indeed." "What shall we do? The gentlemen and ladies at this table look as if they wondered why we came here -- we seem forcing ourselves...

srah - Thursday, 17 October 2002 - 12:40 PM
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Now I'll inflict it on you

"Seven, like Seven chipmunks twirling on a branch, eating lots of sunflowers on my uncle's ranch. You know, the old children's story. From the sea." Sorry about that. It had to be said; I've had it in my head all day....

srah - Monday, 2 September 2002 - 11:15 PM
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Faithless woman to deceive me!

"Your face is lined, your hair is grey." "It gradually got so." Ten imaginary points to the person who can beat Becky to identifying the quote....

srah - Monday, 8 April 2002 - 4:37 PM

Quote of the weekend

Just because Alex, Rob and I have been saying it to each other all weekend: "Whateva'! Whateva'! I'll do what I want!"...

srah - Sunday, 24 March 2002 - 10:54 AM

My epitaph

My epitaph "She blogged like a demon and made a monkey laugh." Sounds appropriate, non?...

srah - Friday, 22 March 2002 - 1:24 PM
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Quote for anyone who's ever had a blog

"I was having a conversation a couple days ago about how it would be so much easier if people met me in real life through my blog first-- just cut through all the get-to-know-you awkwardness and get to the real work." - prototype 26...

srah - Tuesday, 12 March 2002 - 9:26 PM

I have been trying to remember this quote for days

"Goodness, I had no idea! For you see I have been on Mars for the last decade. In a cave, with my eyes shut and my fingers in my ears." - Sideshow Cecil, The Simpsons (ep: The Brother from Another Series) I know you don't care, but it's been bothering me. It's just sarcastic enough to have been the Comic Book Guy, but I couldn't find it when searching for his quotes. I have no life....

srah - Tuesday, 26 February 2002 - 2:25 AM
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Scarlett O'Hara said...

Scarlett O'Hara said "I'll think about that tomorrow." I find myself putting off thinking about lots of things until March or so. Which is, I guess, good for now - but it means I'll have a lot of things to think about come March....

srah - Wednesday, 23 January 2002 - 4:55 PM

Mr Enlow was blogging

Mr Enlow was blogging about his love for poetry. I've never been much of a fan myself, mostly because of the same whiny contemporary poetry out there. The medium is short enough that people seem to be able to pump out loads of really crappy poetry, whereas, say, a novel requires much more effort. Just a theory. Just before and around the time that Pandaemonium came out, I studied up a lot on Wordsworth and Coleridge and this one appealed to me - maybe just because I like the sound of it when read aloud in an English accent: Kubla...

srah - Sunday, 20 January 2002 - 3:02 PM
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Speaking of "wowie wow wow"...

Speaking of "wowie wow wow"... Alex and I are afflicted with a terrible curse under which we can't just say "wow" anymore - it has to turn into "wowie wow wow". Fie on thee, Christopher Walken....

srah - Tuesday, 15 January 2002 - 3:26 PM

It's Wednesday

"It's Wednesday. Shag Day, remember?" - Sliding Doors There simply aren't enough opportunities to use that quote. My Sliding Doors DVD is missing with my chai....

srah - Wednesday, 9 January 2002 - 10:57 AM
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'We will not...

"We will not consume things that have been up my nasal cavity." - Roommate...

srah - Tuesday, 4 December 2001 - 3:39 PM

The librarian in me...

The librarian in me has to link to this: The Forbidden Library: Banned and Challenged Books Some of my favorite entries: The Bible, Call of the Wild, Don Quixote, Earth Science, Fahrenheit 451, A Light in the Attic... I really need to update my quotes page. For the time being, these will reside here: "Books and ideas are the most effective weapons against intolerance and ignorance." - Lyndon Baines Johnson, February 11, 1964 "Censorship, like charity, should begin at home; but unlike charity, it should end there." - Clare Booth Luce "Books won't stay banned. They won't burn. Ideas won't...

srah - Monday, 3 December 2001 - 1:41 PM
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A recently-discovered blog I like:

A recently-discovered blog I like: little.red.boat. Anna quotes this poem: The reason I like Edna St Vincent Millay Is that her name sounds like a basketball falling down stairs. The reason I like Walt Whitman Is that his name sounds like Edna St Vincent Millay falling down stairs. *tee hee!*...

srah - Wednesday, 28 November 2001 - 5:00 PM
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When she walks, she swings her arms

"When she walks, she swings her arms instead of her hips. When she talks, she moves her mouth instead of her lips." - Cake, "Let Me Go" Have you ever tried to imitate the girl in the song? It's rather amoosing....

srah - Wednesday, 28 November 2001 - 12:02 PM
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Many that live deserve death

"Many that live deserve death. And some that die deserve life. Can you give it to them? Then do not be too eager to deal out death in judgement. For even the very wise cannot see all ends." - J.R.R. Tolkien, The Fellowship of the Ring, Chapter II...

srah - Wednesday, 28 November 2001 - 3:42 AM
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Now and again he spoke to those that served him

"Now and again he spoke to those that served him and thanked them in their own language. They smiled at him and said laughing: 'Here is a jewel among hobbits!'" - J.R.R. Tolkien, The Fellowship of the Ring, Chapter III Just goes to show... a little linguistic effort will go a long way to impressing the people you meet. And not just with elves. Give it a try!...

srah - Tuesday, 27 November 2001 - 4:54 PM
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Watched "Alias" tonight

Watched "Alias" tonight because John Hannah was on. My thoughts? I'm lazy and have just copied my JHAC post. The first time I saw the photo of Shepard (John Hannah), I squealed and Alex rolled up into a little ball, making fun of me. It feels like it's been a long time since I've seen him in something *new*. I've seen old projects I just got ahold of, but it's been several months since TMR. For the longest time, I thought I was watching the wrong episode because there was no mention of Shepard and they didn't seem to be...

srah - Monday, 19 November 2001 - 3:49 AM
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It's not vile

"It's not vile. It's worthwhile." - Rob Sudul...

srah - Wednesday, 7 November 2001 - 1:18 AM

I don't know why

I don't know why this line jumps out at me every time I hear it: "You can dress up like a sultan in your onion-head hat." - Cake, "Comfort Eagle"...

srah - Tuesday, 6 November 2001 - 11:04 AM
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I think I just spilled my drink

"I think I just spilled my drink. That's what I get for turning it upside down." - Cheryl Kane Had a lovely tea with Cheryl today - we were the Table of Invisible Descriptive Grammarians. Today's new words and phrases (and two real words out of the SAT bin): perruque out - verb - wig out - "You got all perruqued out just because your boyfriend's a prescriptive grammarian." insolite - adjective - straight-up rebellious, nothing but outright mutiny - "No chocolate in Baldwin? That's boutsta make me a little insolite." play with a penguin - verb - to burn...

srah - Tuesday, 30 October 2001 - 1:04 AM
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We are at a point where

"We are at a point where a word can be added one day and be part of the language the next." - Dr. Wyss in English Language class today I like to think that I'm doing my part to enrich the English language. I think I speak like a non-native speaker. I'm strange. I speak Spanish with a French accent, English in a sing-song way with strange vocab... Zoo Boo was fun. I bought my roommate a lemur and I got a stuffed Grover. I want to go to French Table today but I always put off some homework or...

srah - Monday, 29 October 2001 - 12:15 PM

Close Encounters of the Third Kind

I just finished watching Close Encounters of the Third Kind. What a beautiful, lovely, wonderful movie. I don't know how I never got around to watching it before. At the beginning, it was like a horror movie or Ghostbusters or something and by the end it was beautiful - just like the characters felt: frightened, then at peace. I especially liked that there was no love angle and the woman and the man were working together for a common goal. Oh whatever. I'm so happy that I watched that. I was crying by the end. Wasn't it creepy that Barry,...

srah - Saturday, 27 October 2001 - 9:30 PM
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I was told that you would not move my desk

'I was told that you would not move my desk, but my desk has been moved three times now and I used to have a view of the window and I could see the squirrels playing outside the window and they were merry.' Or possibly "married". Hard to tell....

srah - Saturday, 27 October 2001 - 3:35 AM
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I don't think

I don't think this Blogger thing is going to last long, because I'm so all-out about it on the first day. I will eventually forget it's there. The Internet is fostering a disturbing trend of self-promotion. That's all it's really about, anyway. Everyone has their own personal website advertising themselves and their interests (hey, me too). Why? Who actually cares about half the stuff that's on their website? Maybe it's all in the hopes that someone will come along and say "Hey, I like Star Wars and Buffy the Vampire Slayer too. We must be soulmates" and they will find...

srah - Thursday, 25 October 2001 - 3:20 PM

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