Ann Zakelj @AnkaZakelj Follow
Ah, but the *attainment* of Truth is rarely simple or elegant, don't you agree?
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Oxfraud @Oxfraud Follow
George Chapman might like this. Meet the Earl refusing to accept an honour & a lot of bio-stuff Oxies seem to ignore http://t.co/JEKvm75EE4
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Susan Rojas @16thCenturyGirl Follow
Actually, I think they would all agree that truth has an elegant simplicity.
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Oxfraud @Oxfraud Follow
Today is "Ask an Oxfordian to Explain 'Swan of Avon' day". You MAY impersonate Craig Ferguson but Larry King schtick is a NoNo.
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John Dranski @JohnDranski Follow
Could you please prove any of those people existed?
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Oxfraud @Oxfraud Follow
I'll bet you're regretting that decision to lay off the Shakespearean posts, eh, Dainty?
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Ann Zakelj @AnkaZakelj Follow
Copernicus, Galileo, Newton, Curie, Tesla, Watson & Crick... would disagree with you.
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Oxfraud @Oxfraud Follow
It means 'Edward excels at PE and dancing, has drawn a pretty picture and his poetry might improve one day'
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George Chapman @TheFestivalRobe Follow
Swans are mute, Shaksper was illiterate. http://t.co/xLFaqtI6tO
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George Chapman @TheFestivalRobe Follow
Actually, you don't know what it means. But keep pretending anyways.
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George Chapman @TheFestivalRobe Follow
Understand the allusions, and the story is all there. They wrote it down.
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Oxfraud @Oxfraud Follow
For a few months before writing '...my work... cannot be much longer required'. We all know what that means.
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Susan Rojas @16thCenturyGirl Follow
:) if you have to go to such complicated lengths to prove something, good chance it's not real.
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George Chapman @TheFestivalRobe Follow
Tell me again how 11th century Ælfric's grammar made it into Love's Labor's Lost? Where did Shax learn Anglo-Saxon?
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John Dranski @JohnDranski Follow
I don't really fancy talking to an oxfordian at all, if it's all the same...
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George Chapman @TheFestivalRobe Follow
Your ignorance is ever on display, OFraud. Vere was tutored by the leading Anglo-Saxon scholar. http://t.co/YGKesF06Qq
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Roger Stritmatter @RStritmatter Follow
Almost three days now, and DB seems unable to answer a simple quest.
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Ann Zakelj @AnkaZakelj Follow
Strats would rather tout the dubious nexus between the names Hamlet and Hamnet.
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Ann Zakelj @AnkaZakelj Follow
The coast is clear, Dainty, now that you've blocked your nemeses.
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James Smith @thejimsmith Follow
Oxford probably too busy raping choir boys and killing servants. As was his wont.
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