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  • The Ink-Stained Wretch: Sweet Jesus, I Laughed! So will you.
    m shocked shocked to find that gambling is going on in here July 01 2005 Sweet Jesus I Laughed So will you Kottke had the link to these reimagined romance novel covers Posted by krudman at July 1 2005 09

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  • The Ink-Stained Wretch: An Open Letter to the Kansas School Board
    Jesus I Laughed So will you June 24 2005 An Open Letter to the Kansas School Board I was touched by his Noodly Appendage Courtesy of kottke Posted by krudman at June 24 2005 09 24 AM TrackBack Comments Post

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  • The Ink-Stained Wretch: No respect
    Michael Herr but in many other instances it just pisses me off to see the creators of the work nearly universally ignored Six quotes from Casablanca and does anyone know who the Epstein brothers Philip and Julius are How about Paddy Chayefsky Sheesh At least the list helps correct some mis remembered quotes like these 26 Why don t you come up sometime and see me She Done Him Wrong 1933 by Harvey F Thew and John Bright based on the play Diamond Lil by Mae West You always hear Why don t you come up and see me sometime 36 Badges We ain t got no badges We don t need no badges I don t have to show you any stinking badges The Treasure of the Sierra Madre 1948 by John Huston based on the novel by B Traven Everyone gets this one wrong as We don t need no stinkin badges BTW A few of these seem totally arbitrary I mean who actually remembers that line from On Golden Pond Ernest Thompson And Dead Poets Society Carpe diem Seize the day boys Make your lives extraordinary Tom Schulman or Moonstruck Snap out of it John Patrick Shanley

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  • The Ink-Stained Wretch: Paging Werner Klemperer
    Bewitched statue in Salem MA ABC News Bewitched Statue Goes Up in Salem Best comment I heard on this was attributed to a member of the Salem City Council to the effect that installing a statue of Samantha Stevens in Salem MA is like putting a statue of Colonel Clink at Auschwitz Could that be the sound of a lightbulb going off over the head of a Nick at Nite

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  • The Ink-Stained Wretch: Sentimental or Emotional?
    pitfalls those passages are often the most rewarding to get right Here s a paragraph I spent hours on trying to figure out a way to describe how much a guy loves his daughter Menscher stood in the doorway letting his eyes adjust to the light filtering into the room from the nightlight in the bathroom his ears becoming attuned to the sound of her breathing Gradually he was able

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  • The Ink-Stained Wretch: MyBlogLog
    service that tracks where people go after they leave this site Why do I care I care because I m curious about what if anything people find interesting on my site These kinds of services are out there in the commercial world but this is a cool free one Okay there is a pro version which costs all of 25 a year and has more bells and whistles but you

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  • The Ink-Stained Wretch: Wow. Finally, the truth is really out there.
    The Shiver of Nostalgia May 26 2005 Wow Finally the truth is really out there Diller AskJeeves may be renamed Advertising Electronic commerce Media Internet General M A We invent nothing We exploit We recognize opportunity Barry Diller declared Nuff

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  • The Ink-Stained Wretch: The Diamond Age
    got it right apparently One of my favorite of his books despite the dodgy ending which like his previous couple of books didn t end well at all really the book is full of fun little Stephenson touches the hero is director of the office of Bespoke Technology a word I had only heard before in the context of tailors and a nice central social core Still a bit too much in the thrall of Sterling and Gibson it was the last basic sci fi like book he would write in that it is built around a single central idea that technology is neither good nor bad in isolation but rather its effects on human development are dependent on social and cultural tensions Maybe I have Stephenson on the brain as I try to find some time to finish his Baroque Cycle As a sucker for the history and politics of science having taken several courses with Donna Haraway on the subject in school I m digging the idea of the books a bit more than the books themselves But every time I decide to stop reading something else grabs me And it fits one of my key guidelines for

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