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"Louise, there's a gentleman here who says that you and he were in love in 1962 but you drifted apet and now he's come back in the hope that we might order a set of encyclopedias."
The Internet - Now available in bookstores
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"Perhaps you'd care for a home medical encyclopedia that is a little less specific, sir."
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'They're encyclopedias, Timmy... They're an early form of Google.'
'Mrs. McWit, reshelving encyclopedias, slips a disk, proving again that a little knowledge is a dangerous thing.'
'My favorite book? The 1946 Encyclopedia Britannica's volume 9, Extracti to Gamb. What's yours?'
Information superhighway/historical route.
"I'm one the animal encyclopedia missed."
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"This is the encyclopedia. It is for pressing flowers and flattening stuff!"
'I don't need them. My wife knows everything.'
"Thanks for the encyclopedia. It makes it easier for me to look things up on Wikipedia."
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"Which are you going to believe? Some big old textbook or Wikipedia?"
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'We have no use for an encylopedia in this house. My husband thinks he knows everything.'
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'Amazing! An entire book collection of nothing but volume 1 of encyclopedias given away free at as introductory offers.'
'Hi! I'm selling CD-Rom Encyclopedias...'
"Dinosaurs are cool!"
'Here, find a sickness you like!'
'Beat it! I've got a computer!'
'What's an encyclopedia?'
Wikipedia in the wild.
'Encyclopedia? No, we don't need it... My wife thinks she knows everything!'
Library door sign says, 'We have encyclopedias ... the original Facebook!'
'Oh well - he had a good innings, best go and update his Wikipedia page.'