Yeah, Ebert did this....
"On more than one occasion I have grumbled about movie reviews written by critics who watch three hundred movies a year and, after a decade or two of this, start to judge movies primarily on whether they contain something the critic hasn’t seen before."
The best ones...
"Our eyes are always pointing at things we are interested in approaching, or investigating, or looking at, or having." - This like the philosophy equivalent of a sugar packet saying "no salt" on the back.
"My lamestream friends told me to start dating again, but I knew the jet fuel of love couldn’t melt the steel beams of my heart." - BWAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAH!!!!!!
"My name is Amy and you’re going to like me because I’m a strong female character!" - Wawesome
"The tongue has no bones, but it is strong enough to break a heart." - Okay, this is probably my favorite.
"Meghan Markle could not wait to say yes to Prince Harry when he proposed during a cosy night in over a roast chicken." - Man, this one's all over with the bad grammar...
"Commander B. G. Robinson is very feminine and graciously endowed: everything she has two of are perfectly matched, coordinated, and move with a wonderful grace that is called “woman.”" - SOMEONE ACTUALLY WROTE THIS THINKING IT WOULD END UP ON TELEVISION?!?!?!
"Agent Gunner Storm closed his steely grey eyes and pictured the erotic sphere of Lady Liberty’s bare breast as he thrust into the terrorist princess." - It was "terrorist" that got me.
Steven Seagal's book I presume includes Obama as a bad guy? Remind me to read that f***er soon.