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MiddleFingerMom Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Mon May-09-11 03:43 PM
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34. Vonnegut was even more parsimonious with his words than Hemingway sometimes.
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He wrote MANY one-, two- and three-word repetitive mantra-type sentences. Which I love.
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"And so it goes." is probably my favorite. He was an atheist, and I've always believed that was his "Amen".
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And while I've never done any Dangerfield-shtick... I did sing The Beatles' "Her Majesty" for one of the
surgical teams right before they put me under for one of my procedures.
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