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William Ray replied to Ando's discussion 'Words, words, words...' in the group Shake & Stir
"I'm afraid we are speaking past each other. There is ample evidence, circumstantial and literary, that Oxford lived and wrote about all that we consider Shakespearean. There is ample evidence that the three primary bases for Shakspere as…"
May 10, 2012
William Ray replied to Ando's discussion 'Words, words, words...' in the group Shake & Stir
"To Sevorin: Thank you for the labelling correction.  It was Richard Barnfield's "A Remembrance of some English Poets" in Poems in Divers Humors. (1598) that includes the following play on Vere's name and his pseudonym Ever…"
May 10, 2012
William Ray replied to Ando's discussion 'Words, words, words...' in the group Shake & Stir
"Sevorin does not respond to the evidence presented showing that contemporaneous authors knew Oxford was "Shakespeare". I will proceed to respond to his challenge for evidence that the Stationers' Company allowed pirated plays, despite…"
May 9, 2012
William Ray replied to Ando's discussion 'Words, words, words...' in the group Shake & Stir
"In reply to Sevorin: After ignoring the evidence I alluded to, which is artfully integrated into the plays and characters of 'Shakespeare' and Jonson, you say it is no evidence? Then curse and rant? Why vituperate if you have facts? Here…"
May 9, 2012
William Ray replied to Ando's discussion 'Words, words, words...' in the group Shake & Stir
"That's a fine upstanding declaration, and the only problem is providing any factual or logically consistent argument to back it up. You obviously haven't read the historical or literary background, so your statement of belief is…"
May 8, 2012
William Ray replied to Ando's discussion 'Words, words, words...' in the group Shake & Stir
"Greenblatt did not say a word about his book until twenty-six minutes into the monologue. The preamble was stream of consciousness nonsense, useless to anyone. When he did begin to discuss Shakespeare and read a bit from the book, he evidenced…"
May 8, 2012
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Even if you don't believe that he wrote all those plays let's talk about his best film adaptations and anything else William Shakespearean.See More
May 8, 2012
William Ray is now a member of Netflix Movie Fans
May 8, 2012

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Nerves replied to The Professor's discussion 'What did you watch today? v 35.0'
"I also found her attractive and don't think anything's wrong with it. However, I don't feel it's compassionate for an adult to take advantage of a naive kid even when it's the kid trying to instigate a sexual relationship."
7 minutes ago
ocontraire replied to The Professor's discussion 'What did you watch today? v 35.0'
"  Beau Pere, first seen on vhs, was one of my favorite films as a young man. I found her very enticing and dug the entire theme, I guess that makes me not such a gentleman. 4/5 here also. Highly recommended."
1 hour ago
Nerves replied to The Professor's discussion 'What did you watch today? v 35.0'
"Beau Pere (1981)Exquisite cinematography and music adorn this tale of a 29-year-old cocktail pianist, Rémi, who is seduced by his 14-year-old step daughter, Marion, after her mother dies suddenly. To his credit, Rémi is shocked at…"
2 hours ago
David replied to Ando's discussion 'April 30 is International Jazz Day' in the group Music
"As much as I like Ken Burns, I was somewhat disappointed with the Jazz series.  I think because he left off without mentioning any of the new progressive jazz movement--Hancock, McLaughlin, Soft Machine etc.  They aired the first epi. of…"
5 hours ago
Knaldskalle replied to The Professor's discussion 'What did you watch today? v 35.0'
"I've seen nine of them I think. 1-6, 8-9 and 14. I may have seen more, but I don't recognize the titles. A lot of spaghetti westerns are dated, but so are many other movies from that period, irrespective of genre."
8 hours ago
Ando replied to Ando's discussion 'April 30 is International Jazz Day' in the group Music
" Glad to see the whole thing streaming. Watching the sixth (my favorite) installment now. Despite the fall off after chronicling the influential musicians of the 60s, to which Scone alluded, the series remains inspiring."
18 hours ago
Ando replied to pterosaur's discussion 'The Listening Thread: Part NEIN!' in the group The Soundtracks to Our Lives
"Don't even own a copy of Hardcore Jollies. Gotta get on that. Thanks."
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David replied to The Professor's discussion 'What did you watch today? v 35.0'
"Pretty trippy, I like his stop motion."
yesterday
David replied to The Professor's discussion 'What did you watch today? v 35.0'
"Some of these K, I've still not seen.  I've caught a few off of the El Rey network, and have enjoyed what I've seen though some are a bit dated and a bit cheesy ie. Keoma, which isn't on the list.  I look forward to…"
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David replied to The Professor's discussion 'What did you watch today? v 35.0'
"Thanks for the early streamers, I've not seen these."
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David replied to The Professor's discussion 'What did you watch today? v 35.0'
"I agree Sting & the Police were both plenty good and loads of talent.  I like Sting's The Soul Cages too, though way slower and melancholy."
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