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"Know thyself!"

Delphi is a good word.


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Anybody going to Name The Story?
 
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They usually get round to it eventually.


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(*yawn*)
 
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Originally posted by Braling II:
(*yawn*)

Wake up!

The Blue Bottle dropped onto the cool sand. There's a clue for someone! Big Grin


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wise guy.
 
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Is it The Blue Bottle from "I Sing The Body Electric?" Doug's clue almost threw me for a loop!
 
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Smiler


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Your go, greenray!
 
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Thanks Box Boy,

"He took one last look at the flowers and the delicate green fern and the blade of grass. Then he closed the lid gently and began filling the earth in over it, working steadily and quietly."
 
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Great writing, of course, but not immediately recognisable.
One of the newer releases perhaps?

I haven't checked in for awhile, but am a bit disappointed at the lack of interest.

I suppose most folks who once spent a lot of time chhatting here are now doing so on Facebook or something...

I'll look in again soon...
 
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Dear Braling II,

Yes, the quote is from a short story from a recent release. The book it comes from is easily affordable. It is readily available from Amazon, Borders, and Barnes and Noble. May this information help you.
 
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Braling II wrote:
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I suppose most folks who once spent a lot of time chhatting here are now doing so on Facebook or something...



Perhaps they are acquiescing to playing chess with their elders. Wink
 
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Hmmm...sounds lik a clue to me!
I should hit the local Borders this weekend for their going-out-of-buisiness sale and snatch up any newer Bradbury books!
 
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The line greenray posted comes from "The Beautiful Lady", collected in Summer Morning, Summer Night.
 
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