From: Jackson Tn
ORIGINAL: Prince of Eckmühl
So there you have it - no idea what the man is talking about, but it sounds serious.....
It's hard to believe that no one has touched on the single greatest controversy surrounding peanut-brittle, that being whether its salted or unsalted.
The opening phrase "Salted, or not salted, that is the question" from the play "Peanuts" proves that William Shakespeare was greatly concerned with this controversial issue.
STOP PRESS! This is surely a world exclusive??!!?!?!
So Orm let's be clear: are you saying you have evidence that the Bard himself, the great William Shakespeare, actually wrote Peanuts? You mean it was he that created Snoopy, Linus, Charlie Brown (one of my personal heroes along with Eyeore) Peppermint Patty et al and not Schulz?
Wow that really is mega and knocks Ambrose into a cocked-hat (whatever that is). Tell me more - this is BIG!
No, no. Although William Shakespeare wrote peanuts all the other works you mention were in fact written by Edward de Vere, Earl of Oxford.
Yes Winnie-the-pooh's friend from the hundred-acre wood
Orm - information overload - so who wrote what?
Edward de Vere wrote the stuff Shakespeare was supposed to write?
Shakespeare wrote the stuff Schulz was supposed to write?
What the hell did Schulz write?
Schultz wrote a little known comic strip in Bulgaria called Stalin's Organ.
"I hate newspapermen. They come into camp and pick up their camp rumors and print them as facts. I regard them as spies, which, in truth, they are. If I killed them all there would be news from Hell before breakfast."- W.T. Sherman