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Shakespeare’s Advice

From Peter Hall’s Shakespeare’s Advice to the Players – Shakespeare tells the actors when to go fast and when to go slow; when to come in on cue, and when to accent a particular word or series of words. He tells the actor much else; and he always tells him when to do it (provided [...]

Coffee Maker Memories

Weird how this kind of material percolates to the top of the brain, unbiden thoughts that surface after so many years dormant. Coffee Maker Memories The first part is two-fold, and previously, I’ve written it elsewhere, I think. It was either a ‘Tom Thumb’ or Safeway, but I think, ‘Tom Thumb.’ It was 8-O’Clock coffee, [...]

Lemons and Limes

The equations of profit and loss, metrics, and relative success. Prompted by this article, with a hook that caught me, “I owned a bar,” I had to stop, briefly, and consider. However, for me, it’s more Lemons and Limes as pieces of the greater picture. I happen to love my “Day Job,” with all its [...]

At the Rock Shop

At the Rock Shop Again Looks like Austin, At the Rock Shop Again, at Nature’s Treasure. astrofish.net/travel astrofish.net/books Two-Meat Tuesday: Astrofish.Net/Xenon Two-Meat Tuesday - Kramer Wetzel

Near Death Experience

Short link to an article about NDE, which, in turn is a topic I have experienced, first hand. The last one was the most clear, as I can recall the vision, previously annotated here. There was no doubt. When common elements surround each narrative of similar experience, that points to myth, perhaps even an Ur-myth, [...]

First Folio Stories

This borders more on obsession than First Folio Stories, but a nice review of what I hope is a library book for me – all about Folger’s magnificent obsession. I don’t share quite the same level of obsession with Shakespeare scholarship. #Shakespeare

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'TNT has set a pilot order for Will, “a series about a young William Shakespeare told in raucous style,” from Craig Pearce, the longtime writing partner of Baz Luhrmann, the filmmaker behind The Great Gatsby and Moulin Rouge — so that should give you some idea of what to expect should Will go to series.' [...]

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