The Top 10 Classic SF Lines As Written by Shakespeare
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>The Top 10 Classic SF
Lines As Written by Shakespeare
10> When thou art nine hundred years aged,
thou wilt not look as dashing.
9> Would not an Atreides by any other name still be Muad Dib?
8> Therefore shalt a robot not harmeth a human being;
this being the first and most felicitous law.
7> Hie thee hither, anon, most alluringly doth the
Dark Side beckon!
6> In the farthest aether, beyond the stars, no one
canst hear thee scream.
5> Father, do not thou spurnest thy truest daughter,
Maureen, nor sendeth her hence unfulfilled.
4> Prithee, faithful HAL, fling wide the portals of the
conveyance! Alack, good Sir Dave; I fear I cannot!
3> 'Space' the frontier that remaineth. Listen thee to
the epic of the Starship Enterprise. Her blessed five
year endeavor: to explore odd new Earths. To seeketh
out new life and unknown societies. To bravely venture
where no man hath ventured anon.
2> These be NOT the metal vassals ye seek!
and the Number 1 Classic SF Line As Written by Shakespeare?
1> Look upon yon fellow, with shirt of blazing red!
I testify in truth, Jim, the poor wretch be quite dead!
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