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Saturday, 29 August 2020


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What about Robert Morley's view that all of William Shakespeare's plays were written by somebody else with the same name?

There is an obsession amongst current "analysts" of all stripes to discover that someone, male or female, was attracted to the same sex and so bring lustre upon the present assemblage of LBTQI[here add as many letters as you like] adherents parading their sexuality to all and sundry.

Those I knew, including a couple of officers and NCO's, who were that way inclined did not hide it but certainly did not go around shouting it out from the masthead. They were content to be left in peace and those of us who knew them were happy to do so.

I care not a jot if Bill had an irresistable lust for little green lizards or any other sentient being. His writing is what intrigues me.

Aye AussieD.

"Old Bill" understood the human condition very well. He was a product of it and a participant.

I can't think of any contemporary person of creative genius who isn't odd for one reason or another. It's probably no stretch to think it's always been that way.

Bob, I always have had a liking for women since at school. The problem I have now is I can only think about it. I did say to a young woman that I would like to get into her knickers, she replied that there was already an arse hole in there.


Women are like street cars. The next one that comes along might not already have an arse hole.

Some people, like Isaac Asimov, have noted that the female characters in Shakespear's plays are usually of above-average intelligence. Does this make him a misanthropist? Should he be banned for not having all characters equally intelligent?

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