The First Thing We Do

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The first thing we do, let’s kill all the lawyers.
Dick the Butcher
Henry VI Part 2, Act IV, Scene 2
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Putting my Gray’s Inn training to further use:
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I post nothing that isn’t already public on Twitter, and I obscure avatars and usernames. Screencaps are not linked. For non-trivial quotes, I do my best to obtain prior permission. You can message me at any time to request that I not quote you, in which case I won’t.

Here is an example of a conversation where permissions were obtained, and here is a trivial quote with the ID obscured. This is not something I do often, but my inner lawyer says to spell it out.

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Edward de Vere, seventeenth Earl of Oxford and to this writer’s satisfaction the creator of the body of work wrongly attributed to William Shakspere, died in 1604. He did not have a blog. All writing by and representations of Edward de Vere, on this website and at @edevere17 on Twitter, are presented as humorous pastiche or parody.

VERO NIHIL VERIUS