...balm was laid upon his soul at sight of various zinc and copper fittings that bore a resemblance to armour-plate."
- The Bride Comes to Yellow Sky by Stephen Crane pg. 146 (50 Greats)
"It was composed of young men drawn from the same station in life, the similarity of whose past associations and experience, in addition to whatever natural attractions they possessed, rendered them mutually agreeable."
- A Dread Issue by Charles M. Flandrau (FLANDERS!?!) pg 156 (50 Greats)
Remember to play with your fragile little mind:
"it was worth a little extra to maintain their peace of mind. This was not art for art's sake, but art for the sake of sanity." (pg. 72)
"But this sense of isolation and estrangement was easy enough to understand, and certainly indicated no abnormality." (pg. 107)
"2001: A Space Odyssey" by Arthur C. Clark
Does the Glode, Abode? Lol. - (Dude-Happenin') Joey B.