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Monday, 18 February 2013

All The Worlds A Stage

    "Men and women merely players. They have their exits and their entrances, and one man in his time plays many parts."
    Take the Butler here, who has entered the scene via the pair of steel doors pushing the breakfast trolley. He presses two buttons on the control panel of the desk and the curtains part revealing a screen as though in a cinema. Upon the screen we see the perpetually moving Village Guardian acting like some modern day screen saver!
   As the Butler sets out the breakfast things, through the floor rises a black spherical chair, enter the white membranic mass of the Village Guardian acting as though it has delusions of grandeur!
   Yet have you observed within this little scene, how the Butler pays no heed the the Village Guardian. In fact he pays no regard to "it," there is not fear, no emotion whatsoever!
   Finally there are the curtains surrounding the screen and stage, they have been made to look theatrical. All the world's a stage as No.2 then makes his entrance.....through the floor of his office!

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