by Morgan Freeberg | March 28, 2009 12:46 am
The fifty-eighth Best Sentence I’ve Heard Or Read Lately (BSIHORL) award goes out to a fourteen-year-old film, Braveheart. Mel Gibson once again reserves the best lines for himself, time index 1:35:20.
There’s a difference between us; you think the people of this country exist to provide you with position — I think your position exists to provide those people with freedom.
Rahm Emmanuel, I’m lookin’ at you. Straight at you. So is Sir William Wallace.
The award is split with something I received from an older relative through the e-mail. It’s on an entirely unrelated subject, and it comes from that most mysterious of places, Planet Woemyn. Mysterious as it may be, it explains, for the most part, every single conflict I’ve had from a native of that strange, surreal, exotic quadrant of the galaxy.
The only thing worse than a man you can’t control is a man you can.
— Margo Kaufman.
Doesn’t that just sum it all up?
Cross posted at House of Eratosthenes.
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