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Posers and Puzzles

Posers and Puzzles

  1. 09 Jun '08 09:05
    To be or not to be... Now, what is the question?
  2. 09 Jun '08 11:40 / 1 edit
    Originally posted by anthranilate
    To be or not to be... Now, what is the question?
    The category is Shakespeare!
    And the answer is: "To be or not to be..."
    The question is "What is - eh - what Hamlet said when he had the skull in his hand?"
  3. 09 Jun '08 16:41
    Originally posted by anthranilate
    To be or not to be... Now, what is the question?
    "what is the question?"
  4. 09 Jun '08 18:08
    Originally posted by anthranilate
    To be or not to be... Now, what is the question?
    Do you want it in the original Klingon?

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Klingon_Hamlet
  5. Standard member afx
    09 Jun '08 21:33
    "To be or not to be!"
    Ok, asuming this is the answer and you are looking for the question ;-)
    So, the answer is a tautology, so the question can be nearly everything.
    The best question for this answer was given from Pontius Pilatus:
    "What is truth?"
  6. 09 Jun '08 22:42
    Originally posted by FabianFnas
    The category is Shakespeare!
    And the answer is: "To be or not to be..."
    The question is "What is - eh - what Hamlet said when he had the skull in his hand?"
    The answer is "Alas, Poor Yorick!"
  7. 09 Jun '08 23:13
    Which primary class broke the window in the playground?

    Was it....2B or not 2B?
  8. 19 Jun '08 12:32
    My school room was 2B...
  9. 19 Jun '08 22:20 / 1 edit
    Originally posted by anthranilate
    To be or not to be... Now, what is the question?
    What are the only two choices existence has left you with?

    (Anti-Cartesians are hypocrites. Stop thinking and you will find yourself "not to be."-)
  10. Subscriber AThousandYoung
    It's about respect
    20 Jun '08 00:00
    Originally posted by nihilismor
    What are the only two choices existence has left you with?

    (Anti-Cartesians are hypocrites. Stop thinking and you will find yourself "not to be."-)
    How can you find yourself when you are "not to be"? Who's finding who?
  11. Standard member clandarkfire
    Grammar Nazi
    20 Jun '08 00:43
    "What" is the question.
  12. 21 Jun '08 06:15
    Originally posted by clandarkfire
    "What" is the question.
    The question was "whether 'tis nobler in the mind to suffer the slings and arrows of outrageous fortune, or to take arms against a sea of troubles and by opposing end them"
  13. Standard member uzless
    The So Fist
    21 Jun '08 06:23
    Originally posted by anthranilate
    To be or not to be... Now, what is the question?
    King. Read the book
  14. Standard member uzless
    The So Fist
    21 Jun '08 06:24
    Originally posted by pawnhandler
    The answer is "Alas, Poor Yorick!"
    I knew him well
  15. 22 Jun '08 09:39
    Originally posted by uzless
    I knew him well
    mis-quote. It should be "I knew him, Horatio, a fellow of infinite jest...............etc.