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Today's Stichomancy for Al Capone

The first excerpt represents the past or something you must release, and is drawn from The Shadow Line by Joseph Conrad:

drowsiness. Giles' voice was going on compla- cently; the very voice of the universal hollow conceit. And I was no longer angry with it. There was nothing original, nothing new, star- tling, informing, to expect from the world; no op- portunities to find out something about oneself, no wisdom to acquire, no fun to enjoy. Every- thing was stupid and overrated, even as Captain Giles was. So be it.

The name of Hamilton suddenly caught my ear and roused me up.


The Shadow Line
The second excerpt represents the present or the deciding factor of the moment, and is drawn from Father Damien by Robert Louis Stevenson:

doubt at all he was a "coarse, headstrong" fisherman! Yet even in our Protestant Bibles Peter is called Saint.

Damien was DIRTY.

He was. Think of the poor lepers annoyed with this dirty comrade! But the clean Dr. Hyde was at his food in a fine house.

Damien was HEADSTRONG.

I believe you are right again; and I thank God for his strong head and heart.

Damien was BIGOTED.

I am not fond of bigots myself, because they are not fond of me. But what is meant by bigotry, that we should regard it as a blemish

The third excerpt represents the future or something you must embrace, and is drawn from The War in the Air by H. G. Wells:

with the celerity of a startled tortoise. The whole air-fleet immediately went up steeply to a height of about twelve thousand feet and at that level passed unscathed over the ineffectual guns. The airships lined out as they moved forward into the form of a flattened V, with its apex towards the city, and with the flagship going highest at the apex. The two ends of the V passed over Plumfield and Jamaica Bay, respectively, and the Prince directed his course a little to the east of the Narrows, soared over Upper Bay, and came to rest over Jersey City in a position that dominated lower New York. There the monsters hung, large and wonderful in the evening light, serenely regardless of the