Did you know that she was a Canadian with a love of Shakespeare?
Hasn't he been dead for 400 years?
Does that mean he’s not lovable?
Do you mean “him” or his works ?
Doesn't loving "him" carry necrophilia to the limits?
Is that like loving his body of work?
Where is this line of questioning going?
Isn’t it just sort of meandering?
Was there an original purpose?
Are you asking metaphorically?
Aren’t we, on this august forum, searching for the unanswerable?
How could I possibly answer that?
Were you hoping for multiple choice?
How many options would one consider before crossing the threshold into “multiple”?
Isn’t anything more than one, by definition, multiple?
Can't I define "multiple" differently than you?
Would true or false be multiple?
I don’t think according to Hoyle, do you ?
What did he know anyway?
Doesn't he prefer to be called they?
Should we refer to an individual as “they”?
Isn’t that, as Mrs. Lindsay would say, imperfect English?
Is that the same Mrs. Lindsay of Penthouse Forum fame?
Why do you think we'd know that?
Are you assuming we read such filth?
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