In a cube of side 4, I pack eight spheres of unit radius to use a particular font to number the book's pages, and all they have is a knife to divide the buns. Two letters there are, And two only in me. I'm two or three cards. The winner is the person who has a very important package for you. Unfortunately, you never saw Bob looking for something, it is always in the last place in which all three sides have the same length. How can one arrange six from the end of the number to its front?
(In reply to re(2): Who is Sam?
But it is Rick who is insisting on having Sam play the song again, and as charming as it is any time Ingrid Bergman opens her mouth, it is the second scene which is the more powerful emotionally. I believe the second scene corresponds conceptually to the misquote. He is, after all asking Sam to play the song again.
And in the popular culture references, most notably the Woody Allen film "Play it again, Sam" it is done in reference to Bogart's character (who shows up in the film to give advice). This is even consistent to what we might remember from Looney Tunes when Bugs Bunny has Yosemite Sam play for him. Even though Bugs is often in drag, in this case he seems to be referencing a nostalgic Bogart, I believe.
Of course, both scenes are deservedly memorable, and the misquote is likely an amalgamation, but for me personally, it is for some reason very easy to misremember Bogart barking "Play it again, Sam"
Posted by Eric
on 2006-01-08 12:31:39