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Today's Stichomancy for Jessica Biel

The first excerpt represents the past or something you must release, and is drawn from When a Man Marries by Mary Roberts Rinehart:

looked at me. Then she began to laugh, one of her hysterical giggles, and she turned and went down again. As Jim and I stared at each other we could hear her gurgling down the hall below.

She had violent hysterics for an hour, with Anne rubbing her forehead and Aunt Selina burning a feather out of the feather duster under her nose. Only Jim and I understood, and we did not tell. Luckily, the next thing that occurred drove Bella and her nerves from everybody's mind.

At seven o'clock, when Bella had dropped asleep and everybody else was dressed for dinner, Aunt Selina discovered that the house was cold, and ordered Dal to the furnace.

The second excerpt represents the present or the deciding factor of the moment, and is drawn from Under the Andes by Rex Stout:

It was considerably later that I discovered what those cords were made of; thank Heaven, I was ignorant of it at the time! All I knew was that they were, to use one of Harry's phrases, "tough as rats."

I did not dare pull with my wrists, for fear they would fly suddenly apart and betray me to the unseen watchers. It was necessary to cut clear through with my teeth, and more than once I was on the point of giving it up. There was a nauseating, rancid taste to the stuff, but I dared not even raise my head to expectorate.

Finally my teeth met; the cords were severed. I felt

The third excerpt represents the future or something you must embrace, and is drawn from Criminal Sociology by Enrico Ferri:

For first offenders condemned to imprisonment, with or without For _offences_ punishable by

sureties for three years imprisonment.

__Imprisonment_ (for an indeterminate period, a maximum and minimum

being enacted). Separate confinement--six weeks to two years.

House of detention (separate for 2 to 15 years (with police one year, then gradual relaxation supervision and assistance of discharged prisoners)--or for life.

_Indemnifications_ (always as a civil liability) added to other penalties.