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[#] Wed Dec 29 1999 12:50:00 EST from Pietas @ Feathers & Furballs

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"I'm not playing your game, I'm going over here and I'm taking my elephant with me."
-=> My daughter Sonja

[#] Wed Dec 29 1999 12:54:00 EST from Pietas @ Feathers & Furballs

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[on a sign there was a picture of a man in tiger-skin briefs and the words:]
"Don we now our gay apparel; you'd be surprised what we have inside!"
-=> Sign on the Army & Navy store

[#] Sat Jan 30 1999 00:19:00 EST from Pietas @ Feathers & Furballs

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"Take my advice and go back to the time you came from. The future isn't what it once was."
-=> J'Kar - Babylon 5

[#] Fri Jan 04 1980 14:00:00 EST from Pietas @ Feathers & Furballs

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How can the whales overcome the slow
dying of men's hearts that we call
the progress of the dance...?
.
- Beluga Yeats
.
There is no use in your swimming five
miles to skim plankton when you can depend on
being just as unsuccessful near home.
.
- Fluke Twain
.
I was angry at a whale
I told my wrath; my wrath did end.
I was angry at a fish
I told him not; my wrath did grow.
.
- Whale Blake
.
Religion without science is blind.
Science without religion is lame.
And dead whales not dancing is nigh impossible.
.
- Albert Whalestein
.
The radical invents the new ideas,
and when he has worn them out
the dead whales shall rejoice and dance.
.
- Fluke Twain
.
Any sufficiently advanced waltz would
be indistinguishable from a polka.
.
- Arthur C. Whalebone
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The dead whale is the one who expects the world to
dance to his tune, the living whale is the one who adapts
his song to suit the dance. Therefore, all dances depend upon
the dead whale.
.
- George Bernard Whale
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Time is Nature's way of keeping every dead whale from dancing at once.
.
- Whale Allen
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That's one small dance studio for a whale, one giant ballroom for whalekind.
.
- Neil Flukestrong
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You can get much farther with a kind word and a dance
than you can with a dead whale alone.
.
- Whale Capone

[#] Fri Jan 04 1980 14:02:00 EST from Pietas @ Feathers & Furballs

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This has been a blast from the past for any who still remember The Dancing Dead Whales - a room that existed about 6 years ago on Mars Hill ... of course, the explaination of how such a room existed and what it was all about is a story unto itself [heh]

[#] Fri Dec 31 1999 11:01:00 EST from Quag Meyer @ Feathers & Furballs

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"The music business is a cruel and shallow money trench, a long plastic hallway where thieves and pimps run free, and good men die like dogs. There's also a negative side."
--Hunter S. Thompson

[#] Fri Dec 31 1999 11:02:00 EST from Quag Meyer @ Feathers & Furballs

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It's been a rough day. I got up this morning put on a shirt and a button fell off. I picked up my briefcase, and the handle came off. I'm afraid to go to the bathroom.
-- Rodney Dangerfield

[#] Wed Dec 31 1969 18:59:59 EST from Quag Meyer @ Feathers & Furballs

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It's been a rough day. I got up this morning put on a shirt and a button fell off. I picked up my briefcase, and the handle came off. I'm afraid to go to the bathroom.
-- Rodney Dangerfield

[#] Wed Dec 31 1969 18:59:59 EST from Quag Meyer @ Feathers & Furballs

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"I've learned not to put things in my mouth that are bad for me."
--Monica Lewinsky on CNN's Larry King Live, discussing her Jenny Craig weight-loss

[#] Mon Jan 31 2000 23:31:00 EST from Pietas @ Feathers & Furballs

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"You don't have to be a genius to get a lot done in life, you just have to work 24 hours a day and drink lots of coffee."
-=> Vultaire [a stop-motion animation artist]

[#] Tue Feb 29 2000 09:04:00 EST from Felicity @ Feathers & Furballs

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"Only with you can I communicate without concern for the effect of my statements and questions. You do not comprehend me, but you are the only human who can appreciate me."
-=> exegesis [A Novel] written by Astro Teller
Since there are no page #s in this book,
it is the email dated "Tue, 29 Feb 2000 17:02:34 (EST)"
with the subject "only you".
If anyone is curious its web address is:
http://www.randomhouse.com/exegesis
Its a fascinating book, so far into it anyways.

[#] Tue Feb 29 2000 09:27:00 EST from Felicity @ Feathers & Furballs

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"Do you believe in a god?
Do you have a soul?
How can you sell a soul?
Can I buy a soul?
What is the market price for a soul?
Is your soul in mint condition?"
-=>Another quote from "exegesis [A Novel]"
Date: Sat, 4 Mar 2000 22:46:06
Both of these quotes come from AI (in the book that is).

[#] Tue Feb 29 2000 02:31:00 EST from Pietas @ Feathers & Furballs

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"You have the look of a man who accepts what he sees because he kmows that soon he will wake up."
-=> Morpheus

[#] Mon Apr 03 2000 04:41:00 EDT from Pietas @ Feathers & Furballs

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"It used to be that a man and his madness was as sacred as the coming of day."
-=> Stan Rogers

[#] Sun Apr 09 2000 17:32:00 EDT from Pietas @ Feathers & Furballs

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"I do not seek to understand that I might believe, I seek to believe that I might understand."
-=> St. Anselm [c.1033-1109]

[#] Sun Apr 09 2000 11:46:00 EDT from Felicity @ Feathers & Furballs

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"If you're not happy with yourself then perhaps it's time for a change, either externally or internally."
-=> An old user by the pseudo Matrix aka Havok, etc. (I think I've quoted him correctly.)

[#] Tue Apr 11 2000 14:25:00 EDT from Quag Meyer @ Feathers & Furballs

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"I sure get tired of people quoting people who could be anyone in the universe."
---Charles H. Interestingpigeon

[#] Tue Apr 11 2000 17:56:00 EDT from Pietas @ Feathers & Furballs

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Quag: [Hmmm?] But all the resent quotes are anything BUT what you suggest.
Stan Rogers is famous and certainly deserves that fame - not only is he one of the greatest Canadian folk singer/writers of the 20th century, but he was also a bonified hero who gave his life to save more than hundred people by repeatedly going back into a burning plane to pull out more people - I'd say he is worth quoting.
Saint Anselm is also worth quoting if anyone is. As for HaVoK, well, he may not be famous but he is known locally and used to be known on Citadel, so he is far from anonimous. What more do you want?

[#] Thu Apr 27 2000 04:42:00 EDT from Quag Meyer @ Feathers & Furballs

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Pietas: Stan Rogers was bonified? Didn't that look kind of rude when he went out in public?

[#] Thu Apr 27 2000 04:44:00 EDT from Quag Meyer @ Feathers & Furballs

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Pac Man's character is difficult to explain even to the Japanese -- he is an innocent character. He hasn't been educated to discern between good and evil. He acts more like a small child than a grown-up person. Think of him as a child learning in the course of his daily activities. If some one tells him guns are evil, he would be the type to rush out and eat guns. But he would most probably eat any gun, even the pistols of policemen who need them.
-- Toru Iwatani, author of Pac-Man

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