Wednesday, May 31, 2023

I've said it before and I'll say it again. Shakespeare was right in Henry VI...

"The first thing we do," said the character in Shakespeare's Henry VI, is "kill all the lawyers." If this is where AI and ChatGPT are gonna take 'em maybe he was right all along.
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1 comment:

  1. You keep using the "Let's kill all the lawyers" completely out of context to say the opposite of what it was saying.

    The phrase "The first thing we do, let's kill all the lawyers" is a well-known line from William Shakespeare's play "Henry VI, Part 2." It is spoken by a character named Dick the Butcher in Act IV, Scene II.

    In the play, the line is uttered as part of a conversation between Dick the Butcher and a rebel named Jack Cade. Cade is leading a rebellion against the ruling class and wants to overthrow the government. Dick the Butcher suggests that one of the first steps to achieving their goals is to eliminate all the lawyers.

    The line is often taken out of context and used to criticize lawyers or express a general disdain for the legal profession. However, in the context of the play, the line serves as a darkly humorous moment rather than a serious suggestion. It reflects the rebels' desire to create chaos and undermine the established order by eliminating THOSE WHO UPHOLD THE LAW AND MAINTAIN ORDER in society.


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