Friday, September 10, 2010

Shakespeare is Out of This World, Apparently

Um, uh. This. Huh.

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  1. I want to lobby Webster to include that article as the dictionary definition of "Free-Time", or more appropriately, "Way-Too-Freaking-Much-Free-Time"

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  2. I couldn't read that article.

    It's Klinzhai, always and forever, not Kronos. And for gosh sakes, at least spell it Qo'Nos when you're writing it from a Klingon POV.

    Hacks.

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  3. Rick: Some people have more interesting jobs than we do.

    Nevets: The fact-checking at the Post is simply appalling these days. And you, sir, begin to frighten.

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  4. What I meant to say was, "What's Star Trek?"

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  5. Yes, this whole thing was set up to catch you out. I know a guy who knows a guy at the Post, and we made the whole story up just to get you to geek out in public. See Rick's comment about too much free time.

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  6. I can't believe I let myself get set up so easily. Everything I knew and believed about myself is crumbling before my eyes.

    p.s. Free time? Rubbish!

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  7. Um. Couldn't finish the article. What WAS that?

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  8. Holy freakin' cow! Wow. again. what the heck are you guys on. First over at the LitLab and now here. I'm dying laughing. I've so missed you, Scott.

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