I thought the whole bibliomancy thing was pretty cool, so I wondered what it would look like for blogs. I wrote a short script that goes out, polls weblogs.com to see who has recently updated their blog, then visits each of these blogs and finds the 8th-to-last sentence. My favorites:
there are always pretty girls when i crawl forward.
Visualize a glowing golden button alongside of each image.
What colour is he – if you can find out and get back to me I’ll see if I can’t find out something about it on the net.
Last nights episode was no different.
You can’t run and hide your head in the sand like Spain recently did
I never pushed the publish button.
I’d live for your smile, and die for your kiss.
I mean seriously stupid stuff – even more stupid than the shit above.
Little things like being spanked every day by a middle-aged woman: Stuff you pay good money for in later life.
Whew, I am so relieved that someone told me this.
The Bible speaks for itself.
Well yesterday my sister forwarded me a picture of my dad – and his cronies!
I mean, despite the fact that he humps his toys, he’s a pretty personable bird.
Is it related to an ork?
Somehow, we entered into semantic confusion.
As I was filling out the answers, I felt my brain hurting.
she kept saying she’d be waiting for me when I came.
Actually, as Anne noted, they can be read as cut-ups, making up a sort of story on their own. It’s pretty fun to read through all of them. Still some small bugs, as you will see, but kind of neat nonetheless. I may set it up to run periodically at some point.