Since William Shakespeare lived in the past technically we should be refering to him in the past tense. Therefore the proper way to say his name would be "Wouldiwas Shookspeare"

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@trinsec @freemo

Was or was not? That was the question:
Did I suffer, as was noble, those slung arrows of outrageous fortune,
or did I take up arms against the troubled seas,
And would my opposition have slept, dead; gone...

I dreamt I had a back rub.

@trinsec @freemo

After thinking about this a bit more, I realized that Hamlet is dead, because it's past.

I rewrote this using the simulation hypothesis as a basis of understanding.

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