March 5, 2010

“Lord, what fools these mortals be!”



“Lord, what fools these mortals be!”
       William Shakespeare
       The famous line said by Puck, a “shrewd and knavish sprite”
       In A Midsummer Night’s Dream ( c. 1600), Act 3, Scene 2


“Lord, what fools these candidates be. When even the Naked Cowboy has thrown his 10-gallon hat in the ring, the time has come to question the legitimacy of the New York City mayoral elections.”
       Journalist Elizabeth Kipp-Giusti
       In the Columbia Spectator, Oct. 18, 2009


“Lord, what foods these morsels be!”
       Little Jack Horner in a "Fractured Fairy Tales" cartoon
       On The Rocky and Bullwinkle Show (1959-1964)


“Oh, what foods these mortals be — brainnnnns!”
       “Shakespeare’s plays that could be improved by Brain Eating Zombies” 
       From Christopher Moore's Blog, March 5, 2006

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