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Quote from Brick in The 100th

Brick: Mom, I don't blame you for not liking my previous mottos. [Sean and Darrin remove the chairs from around the table] They weren't personal, and they lacked historical context. [Axl tips Brick off his chair] Hey! So, to that end, I went to the library and did a little research. Now, did you know that in the early 1800s...
Frankie: Yeah, skip ahead, Brick.
Brick: Oh, okay. Uh, well, then, in the early 1900s, a down-on-his-luck miner named Merwin James Orson found an emerald while digging on his property. Word spread quickly, and people came from miles around to find their fortune, but turns out there was none, and it was a lawless community for years. Prostitution was rampant, but eventually, it became the town we know and love today. So, what do you think about this? "Orson: the heartland's hidden gem."
Frankie: Wow, Brick. That's actually good.
Brick: I know, right? I think I nailed it. It's melodious. It's got alliteration with the nod to history. Old-timey fire truck, here I come. Most importantly, I think it'll put me in certain literary circles.

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