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Question of the Day- June 13th Friday

post #1 of 23
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I found this on the internet and thought it would be interesting to see just what comes out.

Not exactly a question though.

Grab the nearest book and go to page 30 line 4 and post the line here.

Sherrilyn Keny- author

Dream Chaser- title

Darth Vader choking on a chicken bone. No.
post #2 of 23
The nearest book to me is several phone directories so that's no good
post #3 of 23
Book: Flower Confidential by Amy Stewart

Line: work. He and Woodriff both made it know that 'Star Gazer'
post #4 of 23
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Originally Posted by snosrap5 View Post
I found this on the internet and thought it would be interesting to see just what comes out.

Not exactly a question though.

Grab the nearest book and go to page 30 line 4 and post the line here.

Sherrilyn Keny- author

Dream Chaser- title

Darth Vader choking on a chicken bone. No.
I'm intrigued! Such an anti-climactic end for Lord Vader.

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Originally Posted by Rosiemac View Post
The nearest book to me is several phone directories so that's no good
Me too... either a phone book or a property tax assessment manual.

So, for now, here it is... from the 2002 Indiana Real Property Assessment Manual

Class Code 21: State assessed property owned by a light, heat, or power company that constitutes a part of any right-of-way of the light, heat, or power company.


I'll do this again when I'm home with "real" books.
post #5 of 23
The closest right now is the AAA tour book for Maine,New Hampshire & Vermont!

"No visit to Maine would be complete without an excursion to the crown jewel of its scenic coast: Acadia National Park. "
post #6 of 23
Ooh! Interesting.

World Without End by Ken Follett:

page 30, line 4:

off on her own to explore the world. "This is the one I'm going to keep,"

It's the book I'm reading right now. It takes place 200 years after his book Pillars of the Earth, which was about the building of a cathedral in the 12th century, in England.

One of the characters has just picked out a puppy from a litter.
post #7 of 23
Raymond E. Feist - King of Foxes

"I am an assassin by trade. I have been paid to kill you."
post #8 of 23
My bookshelf is behind me, so there are tons of books close to me! I picked the closest to my hand though

The book: Search and Rescue Dogs: Training the K-9 Hero

Author: American Rescue Dog Association

Line: "Puppies from these dogs are a risk."
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My bookshelf is behind me, so there are tons of books close to me! I picked the closest to my hand though

The book: Search and Rescue Dogs: Training the K-9 Hero

Author: American Rescue Dog Association

Line: "Puppies from these dogs are a risk."
Talk about out of context!
post #10 of 23
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Originally Posted by Rosiemac View Post
The nearest book to me is several phone directories so that's no good
.......Boring office....


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I'm intrigued! Such an anti-climactic end for Lord Vader..
AND...........&...........
post #11 of 23
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Originally Posted by bnwalker2 View Post
My bookshelf is behind me, so there are tons of books close to me! I picked the closest to my hand though

The book: Search and Rescue Dogs: Training the K-9 Hero

Author: American Rescue Dog Association

Line: "Puppies from these dogs are a risk."
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Originally Posted by twstychik View Post
Talk about out of context!
Lol, I know. In that chapter they were talking about selecting the right puppy candidate for search and rescue. They were describing the different personalities and what to look for in the parents of the puppies as well.
post #12 of 23
Book: Fool Moon
Author: Jim Butcher

Line: She shot me an irritated scowl,headlights of cars going the opposite of the highway flaring across her face.

Actually the next line of the page sums up how I feel right now: "Don't even start with me, Harry. I've had a long month.
post #13 of 23
If I was at home I'd have SUCH a better selection!!

My nearest "book" is my accounting software's user manual! Somehow I find that hilarious.

Book: Tenant Pro 6.0 User Reference Manual
Author: Tenant Pro

Pg 30 Line 4:
Property or by Tenant and choose all or just a selected group.

How pathetic.
post #14 of 23
Well, I was reading two old cookbooks to take my mind off the fact that my Mom is in the hospital 3000 miles away.

So, from American Cookery - The First American Cookbook by Amelia Simmons"

and 1 gill water; cover with pafte (that's pastry, it's a Goofeberry Tart) No. 9

From The Virginia House-Wife by Mary Randolph

Take the nicest part of the beef brisket
post #15 of 23
The only books around here are a repair manual for vw golf and jetta and my fiances college books.

book: Circuit Anaylsis

line: The atoms of good conductors typically have only one electron in their outermost shell.
post #16 of 23
Author: Anne Rice

Title: The Vampire Armand

Line: "...water as if we were not beside it but planted in it, which of course we were." (It is talking about a house boat of sorts.)

I love Anne Rice's vampire novels and am trying to re-read them all.
post #17 of 23
I've not yet participated in the "Question of the Day", but this looked like an intriguing idea! Funny to see the variety of books people have close to their computer. Mine is my Bible, and the lines are very short (about half a sentance)...so this makes no sense by itself. But anyway....here 'tis:

Book: The Bible
Line: "'me, and because I have plenty.' Thus"

P.S.--My favorite line so far was definitely the one about Darth Vadar, very funny!
post #18 of 23
Book-Home Buying for Dummies

Author- Eric Tyson

Page 30 Line 4

"exactly when,where and how you want to retire"

Now THAT's my kind of line....

The book I'm actually reading "The Notebook" is packed for my trip!
post #19 of 23
Book:
The Merck Manual - 16th Edition

Line 4, page 30:
3 divided doses for adults, and 20 to 40 mg/kg/day, in 3 divided doses for children. The


Pretty boring, huh?
post #20 of 23
Faye Kellerman - The Forgotten

"Yeah...right. So there had to be another reason."
post #21 of 23
Book: Sisterchicks Say Ooh La La!
by: Robin Jones Gunn

Page 30 is blank! Page break for the next chapter
post #22 of 23
Book title - Utterly adorable cats
Author - Helen Exley

"All things come to those who purr"

It's one of those giftbooks with a picture of two cute kittens aww! lol
post #23 of 23
Book: "Better Homes and Gardens: Our Best Recipes"

For ultra authentic flavor, look for East Indian curry powder at a speciality food store.
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