The Authorship Question

And if you still think Shakespeare didn’t write his own plays, here’s another explanation.

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10 Responses to The Authorship Question

  1. Tyler says:

    They all look stunned at the results!

  2. Ant says:

    I need more proofs! Prove it please!

  3. Antonio says:

    They are probably waiting for free food, hence the gaping. ;)

  4. Tom says:

    But who’s buried in Grant’s Tomb?

  5. Janouk says:

    It’s funny; today in the Netherlands the second professor in 1 month has been sacked and accused of fraude. It’s quite a big deal in the Dutch scienceworld. This Savage Chicken fits perfectly :)

  6. willwot says:

    Fardels!!

  7. Wildbird says:

    At what latatude and longitude did the wreck of the HESPERUS occur?

  8. sam says:

    NOT TRUE! William Shakespeare did not exist. His plays were masterminded in 1589 by Francis Bacon, who used a Ouiji board to enslave playwriting ghosts. I know because the fact sphere told me it’s true…

  9. It only seems as though Shakespeare wrote his plays. He actually “outsourced” his plays to China and India. The results have his name on them, of course.

    This explains why Americans have trouble understanding his plays—the plays had foreign writers!

    As for bacon: Wonderful in sandwiches!

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