“I gotta say though, I find it interesting the number of believers in ghosts is rising while the number of theists is allegedly falling.”
“The indulgence in ghosts is iffier: The phantoms are striking at first, but by the climactic battle scene, there are so many creeping, rolling spooks onstage that the play starts to look like a zombie-themed modern dance production.”
“Given Palin's inability to master basic English, I'd suggest that belief in ghosts is entirely warranted, at least insofar as the authorship of her book is concerned.”
“However, having about half of you Americans believing in ghosts is a little troubling.”
“I was listening to NPR this morning — one of the few perks of Bell's satellite TV service — and heard the perplexing statistic that 40% of British citizens believe in ghosts, which is up from 30% fifty years ago.”
“When we met up with Nic in Los Angeles, he was working on another book, but still haunted by what he calls the ghosts of his past.”
“Are they the same as what we call ghosts, the spirits of dead people?”
“That's what she calls ghosts," Manfred said, and suddenly he was just a very young man again, holding hands with a woman he thought was cute, and giving her a big grin.”
“Spirits, what you call ghosts and say you no believe in, but always look for behind door, they worship Yellow God, Bonsa Big and Bonsa Little, worship both and call them one; only Little Bonsa on trip to this country just now and sit and think in City office.”
“Dr. Parker tells Lia: "In one aspect, yes, I believe in ghosts, but we create them.”
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A complete list of the red cards (things) from the popular word game.
"Lolita, light of my life, fire of my loins. My sin, my soul. Lo-lee-ta: the tip of the tongue taking a trip of three steps down the palate to tap, at three, on the teeth. Lo. Lee. Ta."
I used to sing this as a lullaby to my spawn—till said spawn grew big enough to understand the words, and asked me to sing something else.
Written by Eric Bogle, c. 1971.
By the Pogues, on the LP "Peace and Love." I don't know if it's the stark simplicity of the individual words or the evocative images conjured by their juxtaposition, but I simply love these lyrics....
by Great Big Sea.
Jenny said goodbye this afternoon
As far as I can tell
She can't bear the goodbye evenings
Or the morning-afters of farewell
She says "Here yo...
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Looking for tweets for ghosts.