Slarrow

"Slarrow" refers to the "slings and arrows of outrageous fortune" from Hamlet's soliloquy. Here are the chronicles of such darts and whatever attempt there may be to take arms against such a sea of troubles.

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Thursday, May 20, 2004

I love this line

Jonah Goldberg over at NRO's The Corner started a little something with a post about the series finale of Angel. One reader wrote back with this little bit:

That is one spot that really upset me, Angel's closing line about how he wanted to kill the dragon. Just because you are big, winged, breathe fire, and have a taste for virgins, everybody is on your case. There is way too much anti-dragon bias in television, the movies and fiction in general.

"Everybody is on your case." I love it.

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