Highlights – 12/04/2012

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December 5, 2012 by Daniel

“There are two types of unknowns – the known unknowns and the unknown unknowns.  There are also unknown nouns although these are easily learned” (Dogfella, Superbrothers: Sword and Sworcery EP)

“The revelation will not deter from posting my 800-page thesis “Hangin’ in There: Dissenting Views of 20th Century Feline Suspension Lithography” (Memnon Vanderbeam, Starslip)

“Always follow your dreams kids.  Because if you don’t, you’ll become your parents. How fucking depressing is that?” (The Boss, Saint’s Row: The Third – Genki Bowl VII DLC)

“You have the emotional range of a bagel…and like one of those shitty whole wheat bagels that nobody likes!” (Andy Zhen, Saint’s Row: The Third – Gangstas in Space DLC)

“It’s as though Death is another planet, and we can beam all the Death stuff up there…instead of it being one of the team.  We go through life with our eye fixed on something or other and in Life’s forward progress the ground beneath our feet falls back as we plough ahead.  We overlook it.  But one day a door swings open at the end of all those engagements that keep our heads facing forward.  You peep through it and nothing’s there.” (Eddie Campbell, Alec: The Dance of Lifey Death)

“He couldn’t have known this ten year old red was vintaged the year Annie and I got married.  We drank it on our anniversary.  It’s so easy to forget that every empty bottle up here is a treasure.  Only the special ones make it of course.  Each one was a place and a time captured in a bottle and another place and time in the glass.” (Eddie Campbell, Alec: After the Snooter)


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