The Daily ITK Discussion Thread - Little Bald Riding Hood

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Haddock

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Hmm. The courtier in the play Hamlet is named Osric - The Croatian winger Orsic?

"Hamlet's soil" - The play is based upon a norse tale and as we all know is set in Denmark - Berge? or possibly another Norwegian or Danish player.
 

Gbspurs

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Wow! Signed Gedson, Steven and now likely KP and made GLC permanent transfer... And our Daniel has given up on 4th.

He's definitely backing JM
This is what's so frustrating, he is happy to spend when we are struggling but not when we are doing well. Who knows what this sort of investment may have done for us over the last few winter windows?
 

Hotspur88

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The Goat usually appears when it's sensitive information and Piatek is pretty out there. My guess would be that it's about someone else.
 

even steven

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If you soil upon Hamlet you'll find your reward
I'm shit at these so googled Hamlet Norway.... Simply because I want it to be Sander Berge.

"King Hamlet (Prince Hamlet's father) had slain King Fortinbras of Norway in combat and reclaimed land for Denmark"

Can any clever folk make this work in some way? :ROFLMAO:
 

spursfan77

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I stuck the phrase into google and this came up:

Act I Scene III reveals Laertes’ and Polonius’ opposition against Hamlet. When Laertes suggests Ophelia not to fall in love with Hamlet, he says “Forward, not permanent, sweet, not lasting, the perfume and suppliance of a minute; no more.”

But we know we are only getting a loan in don’t we?
 
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