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So, who’s going to take out the garbage?…


Decide the question– indeed, any of many questions– with Extreme Rock-Paper-Scissors:

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For another alternative, see “Beyond Rochambeau.”


As we cast our fates, we might recall that Jacobean dramatist John Fletcher– a largely collaborative writer who worked with many, most notably with Beaumont (e.g., Philaster) and Shakespeare (e.g., Henry VIII, Two Noble Kinsmen), whose fame at the time rivalled Shakespeare’s, and who replaced the Bard after his retirement as house playwright of The Kings Men– was baptized on this date in 1579.  Clearly, it didn’t take…



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December 20, 2011 at 1:01 am

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