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‘Twere Well It Were Done Quickly

It’s been a week, I know, but take a breath. Just three more days remain ’til dusty death! If you’re depressed about the mess The country’s in, take heart: It’s less Than Scotland suffered under King Macbeth!

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The Way To DST Death

Early to rise and yet still sleeping in A not-awful way, I suppose, to begin

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Dusty Deathwatch

When future King Macbeth was but a bairn With six brief candles burning on his cake Had yet the Sisters Weird prepared the cairn Commemorating all the lives he’d take? Were Banqsy and the Duffster good as dead Before they’d … Continue reading

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Macbeth Macbeth Macbeth

The superstitious man Serves many petty, vengeful gods. Can he break free? Of course he can, But touching wood improves his odds.

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Duncan’s Donuts

Powder’d sugar Rings of dough Bloodred filling Twelve to go Scottish nobles Can’t avoid ’em Banquo and MacDuff enjoyed ’em Courtesy of Clan MacBeth Duncan’s Donuts Dusty death

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Half A Loaf

Half a loaf is better than one If loafing makes you miss the fun But if the loaf’s of something tasty ‘Twere well it were done, well, hasty

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Quarterflashback

Quarterflash is playing at the Elsinore this month. The band from Portland, Oregon, in 1981 Released a “music video,” this thing they’d just begun To feature on a television channel, “MTV,” Which non-midshipman types had seen but which was new … Continue reading

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