Wednesday, May 14, 2008

Sure, why not?

Been meaning to do this, but was never thinking of it at home.

The rules:

1. Pick up the nearest book of 123 pages or more. No cheating!
2. Find page 123.
3. Find the first five sentences.
4. Post the next three sentences.
5. Tag five people.

"Hell, kid, I'll let you have mine." He turned to Al Goodman. "Put the Gun Digest on my tab, too."

If you're reading this, consider yourself tagged. So HA!


Anonymous said...

He tugged on me and grunted. "Help me, you hare-lipped derelict! You're too damn heavy."

Anonymous said...

ET, I know what book that is.

some kind of robot, I know that book too.

Oddly enough, I just finished them both, again, this week.

Do I win a prize?

Words Twice said...

"She grants him other favours. A pilgrimage to St. Denis, at the time of the fair, provides them with an opportunity of passing some days together. One afternoon, overcome by the heat of mid-June, they fly from the crowd at the fair to take a few hours’ rest."

It's not a romance novel, I swear.

blogagog said...

Wish I could comply, but both laziness and lack of available technology are working together to deny you.

My printer won't scan unless I rip the page out of the book. Just to wet your lips though, I'll mention that the book I'm currently reading deals with isothermal frictional flow.

Hot. Is the density of an object unchanging relative to others for the purposes of liquid-liquid separation? Hardly!

Eh. I'll scan it in next Wednesday when I'm forced to visit the office anyway. And THEN you'll see, my doubting friends, that liquid-liquid extraction is not as easy as it sounds.

What was this post about again?

No Names Necessary said...

"After you have defined the events and columns that you want to capture in a trace, you can execute the Profiler trace."

I'll stop there. The next 2 sentences are too long....and boring.

Mike said...