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  1. Sentences

    They can be nice or beautiful or jagged or terrifying. Sometimes it's fun, after encountering a nice or beautiful or jagged or terrifying one, to share it. Sometimes they work even better out of context.

    If you encounter one that you like or are terrified of, perhaps you'd like the share it with The Next-Level. This being The Printed Page, I'm kind of going for sentences in things you read, but if you hear an interesting one fall out of the television or a homeless person's face, don't hog it all to yourself!

  2. A robot bit me.

  3. I got this idea for a thread a long time ago, but this is the one that finally pushed me over the edge:

    So I have to say that human brains back then had become such copious and and irresponsible generators of suggestions as to what might be done with life, that they made acting for the benefit of future generations seem like one of many arbitrary games which might be played by narrow enthusiasts -- like poker or polo or the bond market, or the writing of science fiction novels.

    - Kurt Vonnegut, Galapagos

  4. I was thinking about reading this VERY long body of work, so simply question, should I?

    I enjoyed Planet Hulk and World War Hulk and have read nothing since.

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    Last edited by stive951; 20 Aug 2014 at 09:46 AM.

  5. Don't be intimidated by the length of a sentence, Stiven! I think you'll find reading one to completion to be worth the trouble .


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