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Macbeth could really have used that ninja battle.
Macbeth Act 4, Scene 1..
A cavern. In the middle, a boiling cauldron.
Thunder. Enter the three Witches.
A puff of smoke. Enter the Ninjas.
Thrice the brinded cat hath mew’d.
A swift flick of Ninja wrist results in the brinded cat mewing no more…
Francis Bacon probably snuck that part in while Shakespeare wasn’t looking.
How can anything be better by taking out the ninja battle? Hmm…I wonder what a ninja-chicken would think.
Although the ninja battle was removed, the ninjas were actually still there. Silent and undetected. Did you see them? See? Proof that they were there!
three witches are cooler
than ninja anyday. ninja
are just toil and trouble.
So this is the moron who deprived us of the ninja battle scene.
Imagine ten action-packed minutes with not a single word spoken.
And ninjutsu versus black magic, phew…., now that's entertainment. &=^
So that’s what Morgencrantz and Gildenstern were about!
Is Shakes more shocked by
a) the fact he’s being criticized by a giant talking chicken
b) the fact that ANYONE would want less ninja action???
Someone take away that chicken’s time machine before s/he messes anything ELSE up.