Diversifying My Bookshelves



Something is rotten in the state of Denmark. (Scene IV)


How didest we ever liveth without this-eth?

17 comments:

  1. Just goes to show...there is something for everyone.

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  2. mmm I love me some Hamlet. Make sure to drop by starting next week and place your vote (probs for Hamlet??) for the all time best Shakespeare play.

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  3. Wow, that's awesome. Thanks so much for posting it!

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  4. But is it written in Klingon? That is the question.

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  5. Too funny...love the skull with the ripply forehead.

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  6. Wait!!! Don't throw it away!!! I think I saw one on that traveling antique road show and is worth a zillion dollars!!! Hehehe.

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  7. Not even sure what I could say about this... "how odd" works, doesn't it?

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  8. I love how the skeleton has the exact same ridges as the person holding it.

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  9. I'm probably one of the few people who saw this post and thought this book looks very cool. :) I'd claim that it's purely a linguistic interest, but that would be lying.

    I'm not nerdy enough to know Klingon, but I am nerdy enough to know that the original writers of the Klingon language did not include a "to be" verb, which came back to haunt them when the quote "to be or not to be" was included in one of the movies.

    I think I will stop typing now so that I don't reveal the extent of my trekkie obsession. :) It does crack me up that my po-dunk library owns a cd set of conversational klingon (and no, I haven't checked it out).

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  10. ROFL! I never would have imagined that such a book existed!

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  11. Oh Em Gee! I needed that giggle today, thanks Michele! He is one hot Clingon ;-)

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  12. LOL That's funny. I'll have to share that with my brother.

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