Shakespeare on the Plaza



13 thoughts on “Shakespeare on the Plaza

  1. Hi Tim, thanks for the Wednesday morning smile, a fun and clever post. My favorite combo, “Fair is foul, and foul is fair.” and “Ill deeds is doubled with an evil word.” ~ Mia

    • Hi Mia. I’m so happy I got a smile out of you. This was another post that I was laughing while I put it together. But it seems few people think it’s funny. Same thing on my RepenT blog. At least I got some amusement out of putting the posts together.

      • Tim, right there with you, I enjoyed the humor of the post, a lot. RepenT blog? I’m thinking the other “Off Center & Not Even”, or is there another?

      • It was a post called “RepenT” on April 9th, Palm Sunday. You might have been on blog sabbatical at that time.

      • Tim, thank you for the post title and date. It’s really good to be able to entertain yourself with laughter, I know! Although you wouldn’t know it by reading my blog, ouch, I do have a wicked sense of humor.

      • I think my sense of humor is a little more on the twisted side of things (twisted and wicked probably cross a lot of the same lines when it comes to humor). A lot of things I think are funny most people don’t, and so many things that a lot of people find funny, I just can’t find the humor in them. A professor who gave a couple of lectures at the Medieval Lecture Series in April made several comments that he meant to be funny — I was the only one in the audience laughing. He and I were definitely on the same twisted level when it came humor.

      • Twisted and wicked minds often tread the same narrow paths, usually quite unappreciated for their off beat brilliance.

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