piñon jay quotes

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Do diddle di do,
Poor Jim Jay
Got stuck fast
In Yesterday.
A kind of Pythagorean terror, as though the irrationality of pi were an offence against the deity, not to mention his creature.
What, is the jay more precious than the lark
Because his feathers are more beautiful?
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The wilderness is near as well as dear to every man. Even the oldest villages are indebted to the border of wild wood which surrou ...
It is a country full of evergreen trees, of mossy silver birches and watery maples,... a country diversified with innumerable lake ...
It would be a pleasant pastime to find suitable names for the hundred varieties which go to a single heap at the cider-mill. Would ...
You may call a jay a bird. Well, so he is, in a measure--because he's got feathers on him, and don't belong to no church, perhaps; ...
All right. If you insist. I do not sleep with girls. No, no, no, let me be absolutely accurate. I've gone through the motions of s ...
Sally Bowles: Have you ever slept with a dwarf?
Brian: Once, but it wasn't a lasting relationship.
Brian: Oh screw Maximilian.
Sally Bowles: I do.
Brian: So do I.
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