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everyone I'm practicing some Shakespeare

thought you might like to watch well

Sammy here we go

to be or not to be that is the question

whether it is nobler in the mind to

suffer the slings and arrows of

outrageous fortune or to take arms

against a sea of troubles and by

opposing end them to die to Sleep No

More and by a sleep to say we end the

heartache and the thousand natural

shocks that flesh is heir to

ah tis a consummation devoutly to be

wished to die to sleep to sleep

perchance to dream

aye there's the rub for in that sleep of

death what dreams may come when we have

shuffled off this mortal coil must give

us pause there's a respect that makes

calamity of so long life for who would

bear the whips and scorns of time the

oppressors wrong the proud man's

contumely the pangs of despised love the

laws delay the insolence of office and

the spurns that patient merit of the

unworthy takes when he himself might his

Quietus make with a bare bodkin who

would fardels bear to grunt and sweat

under a weary life but that the dread of

something after death the undiscovered

country from whose Bourn no traveler

returns puzzles the will and makes us

rather bear those ills we have than fly

to others that we know not of

thus conscience does make cowards of us

all and thus the native hue of

resolution is sicklied o'er with the

pale cast of thought and enterprises of

great pith and moment with this regard

their currents turn awry and lose the

name of action

so if I'm practicing something I

normally do it three or four times I

don't know if it will be interesting for

you to watch me do it that many times

but I would like to do it one more time

because I didn't really feel in the flow

and I don't really feel like the emotion

was right I was too much thinking about

this rather than just the words to be or

not to be that is the question whether

tis nobler in the mind to suffer the

slings and arrows of outrageous fortune

or to take arms against a sea of

troubles and by opposing end them to die

to Sleep No More and by a sleep to say

we end the heartache and the thousand

natural shocks that flesh is heir to tis

a consummation devoutly to be wish'd to

die to sleep to sleep perchance to dream

aye there's the rub for in that sleep of

death what dreams may come when we have

shuffled off this mortal coil must give

us pause there's a respect that makes

calamity of so long life for who would

bear the whips and scorns of time the

oppressors wrong the proud man's

contumely the pangs of despised love the

laws delay the insolence of office and

the spurns that patient merit of the

unworthy takes when he himself might his

Quietus make with a bare bodkin who

would fardels bear to grunt and sweat

under a weary life but that the dread of

something after death the undiscovered

country from whose Bourn no traveler

returns puzzles the will and makes us

rather bear those ills we have than fly

to others we know not of thus conscience

does make cowards of us all and thus the

native hue of resolution is sicklied

o'er with the pale cast of thought and

enterprises of great

hiss and moment with this regard their

currents turn awry and lose the name of

action

I felt that time I wasn't breathing

enough because I wanted to speed up I

think that's one of the one of the

things that great Shakespearean actors

do is they have such good breath control

if that's the right breath flow and

swallow control so they're not like I've

got enough air to get all the words out

with the feeling that they want to say

so I'll try again we'll call this one

the last time so be it hmm

to be or not to be that is the question

whether tis nobler in the mind to suffer

the slings and arrows of outrageous

fortune or to take arms against a sea of

troubles and by opposing end them to die

to Sleep No More and by a sleep to say

we end the heartache and the thousand

natural shocks that flesh is heir to ah

tis a consummation devoutly to be wish'd

to die to sleep to sleep perchance to

dream

aye there's the rub for in that sleep of

death what dreams may come when we have

shuffled off this mortal coil must give

us pause there's a respect that makes

calamity of so long life for who would

bear the whips and scorns of time the

oppressors wrong the proud man's

contumely the pangs of despised love the

laws delay the insolence of office and

the spurns that patient merit of the

unworthy takes when he himself might his

Quietus make with a bare bodkin who

would fardels bear to grunt and sweat

under a weary life but that the dread of

something after death the undiscovered

country from whose Bourn no traveler

returns puzzles the will and makes us

rather bear those ills we have

fly to others that we know not of thus

conscience does make cowards of us all

and thus the native hue of resolution is

sicklied o'er with the pale cast of

thought and enterprises of great pith

and moment with this regard their

currents turn awry and lose the name of

action

I think that was the best go so far so

when I speak something out I have to

move my hands and I haven't memorized

this so I have to read it so I haven't

seen me I was watching that

maybe the movements were unnatural but I

was happy with the speech of it by the

end cheers for watching that way

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