If you hadn't guessed by now, things seem a little slow in this forum. Just doing homage to George Carlin and introducing a couple of brain droppings....
This was the first phrase uttered in the Miniseries. After Six got her answer a look of disappointment or perhaps a little apprehension came over her face.
First phrases in many novels have a lot of meaning. Look at "Atlas Shrugged"; "Who's John Gault?"
(A more recent version was the first sentence of "Old Man's War"; "On my 75th birthday, I did 2 things. Visit my wife's grave and then I joined the military")
I'm wondering if this has deeper meaning than just a random question. Something beyond curing her curiosity after 40 years of not talking to a human being.
Again, flights of fancy or hard facts are welcome.
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