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"I punched way, way too far up."
The last laugh. . .'Hmmm!'
'He was a great writer'
The Family Joules: Part 19
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"Sorry. We not longer accept payment in the form of 'Bawdy ballads of ribaldry and adventure.'"
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'Want to make some big money, William? A publisher wants you to write a page-turner.'
"I'm tired of all the drama, Will."
'Shakespeare, what do you say we write a comedy?'
'To purr, or not to purr...that is the question.'
The Bardman of Alcatraz.
To Be. Not To Be. All Of The Above. None Of The Above.
'Run Falstaff - but you repeat what you just said, a bit slower this time!'
"Mrs. Shakespeare, can Will come outside and write a play?"
'I already have a dozen different spellings of Master Will's signature.'
'Your pen is noiser than a sword.'
'With your liberal arts background, you should be able to walk into any employer's office and say with the utmost confidence, 'Wherefore art thou, Romeo?''
'Oh, come on, Bill, surely you can do better than 'there was an old lady from Nantucket!''
Shakespeare downloading thoughts.
How a poet works
Shakespeare at the beach ...