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    Book of Changes

    She is grumbling about Jim's broken truck when the due day is around the corner, and she says "Book of Changes" which is "hardship" in the dictionary, Is it correct? And if so, what's its origin?

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    Mel- I mean, did you tell them that this is an emergency?
    Jim- What emergency?
    Mel- This could be an emergency.
    Jim- Look, I know that it's your due that the watchers predicted.

    But you're not ganna have a baby tonight, 'cuz it's after 8.
    Mel- It's the Book of Changes. Ok, not the watchers, and it's been right about everything else.
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    Re: Book of Changes

    They are talking about prediction, so it could be a reference to this: I Ching - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
    Last edited by 5jj; 12-Aug-2011 at 13:40. Reason: typo

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    Re: Book of Changes

    Quote Originally Posted by fivejedjon View Post
    They are talking about prediction, so it could be a refernce to this: I Ching - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
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