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November 26 2002

(SPOILER) Origin of quote from BtVS S7x09 "Never Leave Me". *edited with formerly missing proverbs link, fat fingers duly punished, head hanging in shame....*

[ edited by The Lady Pele on 2002-11-27 19:02 ]

Proverbs 24:6
For by wise counsel thou shalt make thy war: and in multitude of counsellors there is safety.

The rest of Quentin Travers' quote, before the big *BOOM*

So, any thoughts? Where is Giles? What's the point of Morphy continuing to morph into Buffy? Principal Wood, good guy or bad guy? Where is Giles?

And where, for that matter, is your link?
No linkless posts please. It's not too difficult to find Bible texts on line. I've edited the post to include a link. Also, no spoilers in the main description box, please, we've had complaints about that.
Travers also quoted from W.E. Henley's poem Invictus: I am the master of my fate: "I am the captain of my soul." Timothy McVeigh requested this poem be read on the day of his execution. Which ties in with the whole blowing up buildings thing. Good catch by a poster at The Stakehouse.

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