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  • ravenscape
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The Thread thread
Sheepish explanation that  someone had to start it.

  • MSG
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Reply #1
Fervently hopes against hope that the Thread thread has survived the apocalypse
braying among the ruins

  • ravenscape
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Reply #2

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Reply #3
Explains that he was thinking more specifically about the self-aware thread of that username
braying among the ruins

  • borealis
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Reply #4
Agrees The Thread Thread user is missed.

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Reply #5
Announces a fair amount of surety that the Thread thread survived the apocalypse.

  • MSG
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Reply #6
takes that as confirmation that local rules don't preclude socks, at least not ones fitting large Atlantic Provincial feet
braying among the ruins

  • nostrum
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Reply #7
worries that a spoiler should have been used and is now too late

  • Brother Daniel
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Reply #8
old joke, to the effect that self-aware thread is a good material for making socks

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Reply #9
Snarky comment, made by someone who is desperately try to hide the fact that they misunderstand the point of this thread.

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Reply #10

Post by an idiot, full of sound and fury, signifying nothing.

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Reply #11
 pity post

  • Brother Daniel
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Reply #12
lengthy and misplaced discourse on DDWFTTW physics

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Reply #13
link to previously innocuous thread on another forum that has bumbled into such a discussion

  • Brother Daniel
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Reply #14
denial that this poster has anything to do with it

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Reply #15
Once more unto the breach, dear friends, once more poster sneaks shakespeare into thread

  • Brother Daniel
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Reply #16
ridicule aimed at anyone who thinks Shakespeare was a real person

  • borealis
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Reply #17
wonders why everyone doesn't realise 'Shakespeare' was really Elizabeth I

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Elizabeth I (1533-1603), Queen of England; proposed anonymously in 1857,[39] re-proposed by W. R. Titterton in 1913 (not too seriously) and by G. E. Sweet in 1956.[40]

  • borealis
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Reply #18
"Titterton" :hehe:

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Reply #19
Sputtering outrage and a dramatic invocation of Psalms 46, in particular the 46th word from the top and the 46th word from the bottom.

(King James version, of course)

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Reply #20
has sudden urge for some bacon but bacon by any other name would still fatten as fast

  • borealis
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Reply #21
Notes same phenomenon in Geneva 1560 published when Shakespeare was allegedly 4 or 5 years old. :stuckup:

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Reply #22
suggestion that the final "Selah" of that psalm (bumping the "spear" into the 47th-last position rather than the 46th-last) doesn't get enough respect

  • borealis
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Reply #23
divines a certain carelessness on the part of the shake-spear translator.

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Reply #24
Notes same phenomenon in Geneva 1560 published when Shakespeare was allegedly 4 or 5 years old. :stuckup:

Blusterous remark regarding Shakespeare's status as a child prodigy.

  • borealis
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Reply #25
evasion of relevance noted: raises left eyebrow superciliously.

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Reply #26
scowl-laced harrumph, and a muffled comment about dangerous visions inspired by Tennessee sipping whiskey and hallucinogens.

  • MSG
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Reply #27
Wonders what all the fuss is about
braying among the ruins

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Reply #28
posts silly gif