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"why would a reviewer make the point of saying someone's *not* a genius? do you especially think i'm *not* a genius? you didn't even have to think about it, did you?"






"monkeys are superior to men in this: when a monkey looks into a mirror, he sees a monkey.”







"i am secretly afraid of animals.... i think it is because of the usness in their eyes, with the underlying not-usness which belies it, and is so tragic a reminder of the lost age when we human beings branched off and left them: left them to eternal inarticulateness and slavery. why? their eyes seem to ask us."







"we've all heard that a million monkeys banging on a million typewriters will eventually reproduce the entire works of shakespeare. thanks to the internet, we now know this is not true..."







african monkey proverb: "the day the monkey is destined to die, all the trees get slippery."







"i'll buy a bunch of monkeys, dress them up, and make them re-enact the civil war"



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hmmm. maybe lord of the flies affected me more than i thought.
18th Oct 2006, 13:02   | tags:,,,,

paintist says:

hmmmm

18th Oct 2006, 13:17

yourhermione says:

haha! I love it.

18th Oct 2006, 13:47

Sprocket says:

kill the pig! kill the pig!g!

18th Oct 2006, 14:19

slit her throat!

18th Oct 2006, 15:13

spongevid says:

haaaaaa!!

18th Oct 2006, 15:15

Rhys says:

I can remember doing Lord of the Flies for my GCSE text thingy. Most interesting book.

18th Oct 2006, 15:16

a great book. we didn't have to read for our exams (we did 'to kill a mockingbird') but i read it anyway, because it had a pigs head on the front, but was as suitably impressed as any 13 year old has the right to be.

18th Oct 2006, 15:42

jle says:

both books are good, i rate "to kill a mockingbird" very high, its one of my favourites along with the earthsea quartet - ursula le guin and his dark materials - philip pullman

30th Oct 2006, 13:27