The First Thing We Do

[Contact information and legal fine print]

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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  • • I have no desire or intent to infringe upon rights held by others for quoted or embedded work appearing here, such as excerpts, photos, videos, etc. The last thing I want to do is misuse anyone else’s creativity, it’s far too ironic. If you see something that’s yours and you believe I’ve overstepped the bounds of fair use, please message me and we’ll resolve it promptly.
  • TWEETS: If you converse with me on Twitter, there’s a small chance that I might want to screencap the tweets and post them on this blog. By tweeting to me, you acknowledge that you’re okay with this. It is not something I do often, but my inner solicitor says to spell it out.

I post nothing that isn’t already public on Twitter, and I obscure avatars and usernames unless permission is given to include them. Screencaps are not linked. For non-trivial quotes, I do my best to obtain prior permission. Here is an example of a conversation where permissions were obtained, and here is one with the ID obscured. You can message me at any time to request that I not quote you, in which case I won’t.

  • • Finally,

Edward de Vere, the 17th 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.

The portrayal of Edward de Vere on this website and on Twitter, and all new writing and other content posted by the writer under de Vere’s name or @edevere17 at these locations or elsewhere, are presented and intended as humorous pasticheparody, and/or satire.