secular humanist Gaia worshiping tree hugger
Loon: The Lords of the 4th Dimension have brought to us for today’s 3 question interview a famous giant robot from outer space. Welcome, giant robot. What do you eat?
Gort ghost: First of all, thanks for the welcome. Second of all, I eat all sorts of things, such as bread and wine. Sometimes licorice for a treat. Red, not the black.
Loon: Interesting. Do you have a favorite bread?
Gort ghost: No.
Loon: Oh. In that case, what’s your favorite digging tool?
Gort ghost: My laser is pretty handy for all sorts of things, digging to baking.
Loon: Fascinating. That’s all the time we have. Join me next time when the Lords of the 4th Dimension will conjure up another celebrity ghost for a 3 question interview. Until then, be very careful.
Gort’s visor opens, and everything is rayed into non-existence.
When selected to portray Y, the young lady celebrated by tippling at her favorite speakeasy and dancing the Charleston until dawn.
The laugh echoes along the hall, stops, pushes the down button, and chuckles softly while awaiting the elevator’s arrival. ding. The doors part, and the laugh tumbles into the not unoccupied cubicle. Greeted by the snarl, the laugh hoots and pushes 1. Doors close. Elevator descends. Doors open. The laugh erupts into the late afternoon hustle bustle. The snarl hurls itself into the traffic, binding it to honking helplessness. Meanwhile, the laugh flits homeward on the breeze to a remarkable dinner and a quart of vodka.
She hoped that death would prove less dull and boring than life.
A sentence from Christmas Pudding about Philadelphia Bobbin, English upper class teenage girl.
Marlon was having one of those days.