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    Quote Originally Posted by noonwitch View Post
    People want to make Shakespeare contemporary, maybe this is a little too contemporary. It still doesn't justify public disruption. Free speech is free speech. If you don't like it, don't go. Boycott companies that sponsor it. Fine.

    I don't think the play truly incites violence against anyone. People are responsible for their own behavior.
    Disagree! There are many weak minds out there that see public condemnation as a license to act out their twisted feelings. Ultimate responsibility, of course, lies with their perpetrator.
    Howeve, IMHO, the "voices" proclaiming the harm to others, bear a great responsibility for "aiding & abbeting" said crime.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Freedomnut View Post
    Disagree! There are many weak minds out there that see public condemnation as a license to act out their twisted feelings. Ultimate responsibility, of course, lies with their perpetrator.
    Howeve, IMHO, the "voices" proclaiming the harm to others, bear a great responsibility for "aiding & abbeting" said crime.
    So you feel the same way about Ted Nugent's violent statements regarding President Obama, right?
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    Quote Originally Posted by noonwitch View Post
    So you feel the same way about Ted Nugent's violent statements regarding President Obama, right?
    Haven't heard that, but if it was anything like much of the bile focused on Trump/conservatives, then yes!!!
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