Something is Rotten

“Something is rotten in the state of Denmark,” said Marcellus to Horatio
and the Occupant, of the federal nursery school, said, “I won’t go.”
There is nothing rotten in the state of Denmark or in Greenland;
the problem is in the states and Denmark put an end to a ludicrous plan
for the US to purchase Greenland and the Occupant to build
a golden tower in the land of melting ice and alcohol distilled
which is why Marcellus made the remark he did.
Denmark, under the influence of spirits, was a Shakespearian poetic fib.
Hamlet blamed it all on booze but there was not a chance.
The problem was crazy Hamlet who acted like the infantile Occupant in big pants.

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