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  • Especially after suffering National Public Radio's scourgey reportage, wherein correspondents "covered" Easter like it was breaking news.

    I Blame The Patriarchy

  • The scourge of the web is particularly scourgey under Snow Leopard - WebKitPlugInHost, the process that brokers communication between 64-bit Safari and 32-bit plugins, would suddenly be using 99% of my CPU.

    Public Address

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  • Seconded. Whedon for president (or Bundeskanzler)!

    But are dialogs usually that witty and snappy in Californian High School libraries and Magick Shops? Scares me... Our colder weather must render us totally dull around here then.

    October 3, 2008

  • Thanks seanahan! I totally agree, and I think it was the thing that struck me the most about the show when I saw the Pilot - Joss has an ear for dialogue that just rings true, even when the dialect itself is made up (e.g., Firefly).

    September 26, 2007

  • Arby, I'm enjoying all of the BtVS quotes you are posting. That show had a certain way with language that you rarely see. They talked like people actually talked, not like middle aged writers. It's one of the reasons I liked the show so much.

    September 2, 2007

  • Buffy: These assassins, why are they after me?

    Willow: 'Cause you're the scourge of the underworld?

    Buffy: I haven't been that scourgey lately. - "What's My Line, Part 1"

    September 2, 2007