1. Take five books off your bookshelf.
2. Book #1 -- first sentence of the book
3. Book #2 -- last sentence on page 50
4. Book #3 -- second sentence on page 100
5. Book #4 -- next to the last sentence on page 150
6. Book #5 -- final sentence of the book
7. Make the five sentences into a paragraph.
Here's my resultant frankengraph:
All peoples have epic legends about their tribal ancestors, and these legends often formalize themselves into religious cults. The corollary to never going to a meeting without a strategy is never getting off a jet without a strategy, never going to a screening without a strategy, never going to dinner without a strategy, never going to a breakfast without a strategy. "But there's nothing we can do about it now." "It sounds good to me," said Peebles; "I ain't fer goin' 'ome empty 'anded." By restraining them with the nameless unhewn log, they will not feel disgraced, they will be still, whereupon heaven and earth will be made right by themselves.
(1) River Out Of Eden: A Darwinian View of Life, by Richard Dawkins
(3) Deliverance, by James Dickey
(4) Tarzan and the Golden Lion
(4) Tarzan and the Golden Lion, by Edgar Rice Burroughs
(5) Tao Te Ching
(5) Tao Te Ching, by Lao Tzu