Years ago, a lumbering but colorful heavyweight fighter from the tough streets of New Jersey named Tony Galento was asked his opinion of Shakespeare.
Galento, whose caricatured inflections of "dees," "dem" and "toidy toid and toid," amplified a vast underexposure to higher education, retorted in typical back-alley bravura, "Are yuz kiddin'? I'll moider da bum."
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