Tired of being “deep”

1 Nov

I'm not normally a deep thinker, that doesn't mean I'm an airhead moron either.  But sometimes deep thinking wears me out, especially after Halloween, candy and me and Kenna being sick…so here's a fun post I blog-lifted from Flighty Gypsy, a fellow Vox'er.



  1. Grab the nearest book. *
  2. Open the book to page 123.
  3. Find the fifth sentence.
  4. Post the text of the next three sentences on your blog along with these instructions

* 'nearest' means you can't rummage around for a 'cool' or 'intellectual' book.  Really, whatever your hand falls on first.  Let's hope it's not porn.


My nearest book is "Business Law Today"…what fun huh…






"For example, a statement that disparages the quality of a product may also, by implication, disparage the character of the person who would sell such a product.  Slander of Title – When a publication denies or casts doubt on another's legal ownership of any property, and this results in financial loss to that property's owner, the tort of slander of title may exist.  Usually, this is an intentional tort in which someone knowingly publishes an untrue statement about property with the intent of discouraging a third person from dealing with the person slandered."





Good God…that's a lengthy three sentences!  Enjoy…and let me know if you add this to your blog, I want to read what is posted! 🙂

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2 Responses to “Tired of being “deep””

  1. hydrogeek November 1, 2006 at 12:01 pm #

    OK, I did it, but it's not pretty.

  2. Yvette Ivy November 2, 2006 at 8:37 pm #

    Here goes nuthin'!

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