Tax Boy: Looking forward to the sequel (Spoilers!)Vader:'Though masked go I, unmasked your hist'ry is:Luke - I am your father. Thou knowst' it true --Thy feelings search, the Force consult. Join meAnd force combined, through Force, we'll forceGalaxy, Emperor, and Rebels allsubmit to son and father joined in will.Luke:Gadzooks! Begone thou foul trickster! My handThou has taken; never shall I join you.Now only choice to me is but to die.Releasing hold, I drop, perchance to fly.AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA!(Luke falls from structure, intoether below)
Cheron: Cry Aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaarrrgh and unleash the Wookies of war
Cthulhu_is_my_homeboy: I'm a little rusty on my Shakespeare, but when did the Bard ever use a chorus? That's not really something I'd consider to be in the Shakespearean style.
Magorn: Cthulhu_is_my_homeboy: I'm a little rusty on my Shakespeare, but when did the Bard ever use a chorus? That's not really something I'd consider to be in the Shakespearean style.Oh, for a Muse of Fire.../Derek Jacobi is the best Chrous of all time...of ALL TIME
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Dr Dreidel: Two Gentlemen of Lebowski
Icon-Cat: Dr Dreidel: Two Gentlemen of LebowskiI wrote that - thanks for the plug! ;) It's been a real trip to see the torch passed to the next Shakespearean mashup. (I wasn't the first Shakespeare-movie mashup and I knew I wouldn't be the last. The circle is now complete, as Darth Vader might say.)
COMALite J: Oldie but goodie ― type this at the command prompt of most any modern OS (on some later versions of Windows, you may need to install TCP/IP Tools first):telnet towel.blinkenlights.nlFor best effect, set your command prompt window to 80×24 or 80×25 characters (in Windows Command Prompt, type: "mode 80,25" before issuing the above telnet command), and then put it in Full Screen mode ([Alt] + [↲ Enter] in Windows).How's that for geeky?
Leo Bloom's Freakout: Cthulhu_is_my_homeboy: I'm a little rusty on my Shakespeare, but when did the Bard ever use a chorus? That's not really something I'd consider to be in the Shakespearean style.To be fair, and after a short research stint on the Googs, Shakespeare did not use the Chorus often. Only four plays I see cited: Troilus and Cressida, Romeo and Juliet, Henry V and Henry VIII.[www.promoboxx.com image 344x226]/hot... of course
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