Join Date: Dec 2009
Location: in a subterranean nest with a family of burrowing owls
The following is an exchange from the classic film Sunset Boulevard. "Joe" is a cynical writer, and "Norma" is a former starlet of silent films, bitter that movies with sound have become so popular.
Joe: I'm not an executive, just a writer.
Norma: You are...writing words, words, more words! Well, you'll make a rope of words and strangle this business! But there'll be a microphone there to catch the last gurgles, and Technicolor to photograph the red, swollen tongues!
Once he made me soooo mad
I knocked him on the floor
He rolled a-round
and found a little paintbrush
as he held it in his teeth
he painted angels
on the skirt I wore
- The Residents, Harry the Head