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August 29, 2018

ALSO THE BOAT WAS HUGE

The Shakespeares told authorities alcohol was a factor in the crash.

(Thanks to funny man)

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"To be or not to..." (hic).

I really wished that his name was William "Billy Bob" but, alas.

Although it has not officially been labeled an act of terrorism, authorities do suspect Caliban involvement.

Finally an answer to the question: Is that a dagger I see before my eyes?

No, it's a bridge.

"Drink sir, is a great provoker of three things...
Nose painting, sleep and urine. It also removes sight of bridges and causes one to forget he is married."

---Misquoted Shakespeare from Henry IV part 1

When confronted by his upset wife, he stated, "The lady doth protest too much, methinks."

Taming of the Shrew

"the course of true love never did run smooth"

A Midsummer Night's Dream Act 1 Scene 1.

"Fortune brings in some boats that are not steered."

--Shakespeare's "Cymbeline"


NAME THAT BOAT:

Gilligan II

...next...

If William Shakespeare had crashed his boat into the Flying Dutchman; now THAT would have been news.

Their pesky dog also fell out of the boat, with Will 2.0 shouting "Out, out, damned spot!"

Natalie?

Charged with "failing to avoid a collision"? Why not just call that "colliding"? Maybe it is just me, but that seems like an unnecessary double-negative of sorts.

When you hit another person's car with your own, the charge isn't that you "didn't not crash". :P

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