Favorite quote

Ensley Guffey ensleyg at yahoo.com
Fri Jan 24 21:19:52 PST 2003

--- Steven Brust <skzb at dreamcafe.com> wrote:
> At 01:08 PM 1/23/2003 -0600, Ruhlen, Rachel Louise
> (UMC-Student) wrote:
> >Reading sigs with quotes from Vlad or others books
> got me thinking about
> >some of the good "one-liners". Such as, "Can I eat
> him now, Boss?" or
> >"Shut up, Loiosh." One of our favorites is "I've
> been waiting for
> >nothing else for an hour" (frequently used in daily
> conversation in my
> >home now). Another favorite of mine used to be "the
> pain of opportunity
> >and the joy of loss" (Savn's thoughts, in _Athyra_)
> but things changed
> >and I now hate that line. (Yes, there is a story
> there.)
> >
> >Conversation starter: What's your favorite quote
> from a Brust book?
> >
> Not that my opinion does or ought to pull too much
> weight, but I find the 
> idea of this conversation much more entertaining
> than the, "which Brust 
> book did you hate" thread that was going a while
> ago.
Favroite quoe from a Brust book? "The sneer met the
smirk.." Mephistopheles has not been so well written
since Goethe.


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