The 5th Sentence

I thought this was going to be something about the 5th amendment but it is not: Burningbird » The Fifth Sentence

1. Grab the nearest book

2. Open the book to page 23

3. Find the fifth sentence

4. Post the text of the sentence in your journal along with these instructions

Since I am at work the nearest book is boring: “Perl in a Nutshell” – not even java, no it’s perl.

For a module, finds and processes the distribution that contains the module.

How extremely interesting 🙁 I’ll do it at home with the book I am still on currently. Stay tuned.

Added at home I am currently reading “Krieg und Frieden” by Leo Tolstoi, it’s probably called “War and Peace” in English. So here’s the 5th sentence on page 23 from that book. Which one is the really the 5th is up to interpreation of the punctuation on that page. So I interpreted it to get the most interesting sentence:

Die Herrscher können diesen Menschen, der alles bedroht nicht länger ertragen.

Anna Pawlowna zu Fürst Andrej über Napoleon.

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