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Does this sh!t ever end...

MTBstud12

Monkey
Jan 24, 2008
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Tejas
Exam tomorrow, studying tonight. This blows big time. Thank God it is an open note exam, one problem; i have 120 ppt slides to go through first, and yet I'm on ridemonkey. Hmmmm priorities
 

HAB

Chelsea from Seattle
Apr 28, 2007
10,605
917
Seattle
YES (reading it now and it sucks so much)
No interesting plays are unpopular among people of real taste
None of Shakespeare's work is free from stabbing
All plays you like are on the subject of soap-bubbles
No play on the subject of soap bubbles contains stabbing
You have no taste

Adopted from a logic statement by Lewis Carroll.
 

LordOpie

MOTHER HEN
Oct 17, 2002
21,033
1
Denver
wow, old english literature humor.

My faith in humanity has been restored, a little.

Well done monkeys.
 

ThePriceSeliger

Mushhead
Mar 31, 2004
4,861
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Denver, Colorado
Really? I particularly liked the tragedies. MacBeth and Hamlet were pretty good reading.

Hamlet was particularly good, but so terribly long.
Don't get me wrong, I actually really enjoyed MacBeth. I thought it was one of the few plays that could actually keep me attention while I was reading it. It's nice to learn something like that as well. I wouldn't read them if I did have to though.

To bad MacBeth never made it to the top. He was cut down, by about a heads length.
 

gsweet

Monkey
Dec 20, 2001
734
5
Minnesota
apperantly you have to have a brain to appreciate this play :busted:

depends; are you watching the play? i happen to know that it takes little-to-no brain power to enjoy excessive stabbing and funny sounding monologues. i speak from experience here.