Tuesday, October 31, 2006

a game I've seen around the journals

Here are the rules:

1.  Grab the nearest  book.
2.  Open to page 123.
3.  Find the fifth sentence.
4.  Post the text of the next four sentences along with these instructions.
5.  Don't you dare dig for that "cool" or "intellectual" book in the back of your closet! I know that is what you are thinking!
6.  Tag four or five people.

He tapped the woman ADA on the shoulder and spoke to her at length. 

Once he had finished, the woman began conferring with her two colleagues.

"We will set a pre-trial conference date for May 8, 1990," the clerk of the court said.

"If it please the court, Your Honor," the assistant district attorney said, once again approaching the bench, "there has been a development in this case.  Mr. Brian Pearson would like to address the court."

"And who is Mr. Brian Pearson?" Judge Burano demanded.

I won't tag anyone; if you want to have a go at it, do so.

4 comments:

deslily said...

page 123.. lines 6,7,8,&9  from Dragons of a Vanished Moon (Weis and  Hickman)

"If that meant an elf maiden could no longer carry her dancing shoes, so be it.  Most thought this stricture harsh in the extreme and grumbled incessantly.  Someone came up with the idea of building a litter that could be dragged along behind and soon aaaayof the elves begn lashing together tree limbs to haul their goods.  Gilthas watched and shook his head."

magran42 said...

Sounds like a real "who-done-it".  

mastersblynn said...

What book is this from???

bnanajm said...

Who is Brian Pearson?