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Today's Stichomancy for Jerry Lewis

The first excerpt represents the past or something you must release, and is drawn from Animal Farm by George Orwell:

ambush had been sprung. Mr. Jones's gun had been found lying in the mud, and it was known that there was a supply of cartridges in the farmhouse. It was decided to set the gun up at the foot of the Flagstaff, like a piece of artillery, and to fire it twice a year--once on October the twelfth, the anniversary of the Battle of the Cowshed, and once on Midsummer Day, the anniversary of the Rebellion.

Chapter V

As winter drew on, Mollie became more and more troublesome. She was late for work every morning and excused herself by saying that she had overslept, and she complained of mysterious pains, although her appetite was excellent. On every kind of pretext she would run away from work and

Animal Farm
The second excerpt represents the present or the deciding factor of the moment, and is drawn from Cromwell by William Shakespeare:

In England, where his villainies are known.

BAGOT. Mischief, confusion, light upon you all! O hang me, drown me, let me kill my self! Let go my arms; let me run quick to hell.

BOWSER. Away, bear him away; stop the slave's mouth.

[They carry him away.]

MISTRESS BANISTER. Thy works are infinite, great God of heaven.


The third excerpt represents the future or something you must embrace, and is drawn from The Call of the Canyon by Zane Grey:

in his eyes, she would have been unable to endure gazing longer.

"Carley, I'm bitter," he said, "but I'm not rancorous and callous, like some of the boys. I know if you'd been my girl you'd have stuck to me."

"Yes," Carley whispered.

"That makes a difference," he went on, with a sad smile. "You see, we soldiers all had feelings. And in one thing we all felt alike. That was we were going to fight for our homes and our women. I should say women first. No matter what we read or heard about standing by our allies, fighting for liberty or civilization, the truth was we all felt the same, even if we never breathed it. . . . Glenn fought for you. I fought for Nell. . . . We were not going to let the Huns treat you as they treated French and Belgian

The Call of the Canyon