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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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