Let's set the scene...
Rory and her Chilton homies are stuck at the school for the weekend because Paris is anal. Nothing new there.
Madeline: Hi Tristin.
Tristin: Paris, can I talk to you for a sec?
Paris: Oh, sure ok.
Louise: And that is about what pray tell?
Madeline: I don’t know. The project - maybe?
Louise: They could’ve talked project here. It’s something else. Something private.
Louise: Maybe. Though it is Paris.
Madeline: Scandal lite.
Louise: All the taste, but much fewer calories.
Madeline: We could spy.
Rory: Or we could wait for her to come back in to see if she wants us to know.
Louise: Those who simply wait for information to find them, spend a lot of time sitting by the phone. Those who go out and find it themselves, have something to say when it rings.
Rory: My next guess.
"Beyond Good and Evil" is Nietzsche at his best. In the book the philosopher attempts to systematically sum up his philosophy through a collection of 296 aphorisms grouped into nine different chapters based on their common theme. For the reader who has yet to discover Nietzsche in this translation by Helen Zimmern will be found a fabulous introduction. For those who have already discovered Nietzsche here you will find the opportunity to understand the whole of Nietzsche's philosophy.
Who do I see reading this in the Stars Hollow gazebo?
Paris, because at this point in the story, she hasn't yet learned to like fun... or being human.