Media Quotes 7

“His speech is monepic. These words consist of substantives, such as mamma, nurse, milk, and so forth.” – James Sully; Popular Science; Nov 1894.

“The game [Webkinz] also offers an outlet to exercise a simulacrum of control over aspects of their lives, an opportunity often not available in the day-to-day world.” – Akin Ajayi; Every Kid Wants A Petting Zoo at Home; Jerusalem Post (Israel); Dec 3, 2009.

“Edward [the vampire] is stuck forever in the simulacrum of a devastatingly attractive 17-year-old boy.” – Olivia Laing; The Mormon Queen of the Damned; New Zealand Herald (Auckland); Nov 21, 2009.

“The game [Webkinz] also offers an outlet to exercise a simulacrum of control over aspects of their lives, an opportunity often not available in the day-to-day world.” – Akin Ajayi; Every Kid Wants A Petting Zoo at Home; Jerusalem Post (Israel); Dec 3, 2009.

“Edward [the vampire] is stuck forever in the simulacrum of a devastatingly attractive 17-year-old boy.” – Olivia Laing; The Mormon Queen of the Damned; New Zealand Herald (Auckland); Nov 21, 2009.

“Both McKay and Welles are tall and carry a fair amount of avoirdupois.” – Sam Allis; Getting Orson Welles Just Right; Boston Globe; Dec 6, 2009.

“Youth fills you with optimistic thoughts, bursts with energy, and brims with confidence. It is the stage where you feel that your calling in life is to change the existing order for betterment arrogating the role of the social arbiter.” – Philip Fernando; Understanding the JVP; Daily News (Colombo, Sri Lanka); Dec 8, 2009.

“Very little will change whether that appointee is Caroline Kennedy or someone else. So why all the pother?” – Ed Quillen; Expanded Non-story Season; Denver Post; Dec 28, 2008.

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