Regarding the posts on Hamlet, here is a quote from our previous
> To be indecisive and to be incapable of action are not the same.
> [Peter Montgomery]
> Indeed. I think neither applies to Hamlet. He can act. He just doesn't
> want to.
> He seems to be more of a procrastinator. Perhaps he is Mexican? I think
> in the end he gets the point.
Peter, this is simply _untrue_. Hamlet repeatedly states that he
_wants_ to kill Claudius. This is blatant. IV.iv. 42-3:
--I do not know
Why yet I live to say 'this thing's to do,'
Sith I have cause, and will, and strength, and means,
To do 't.
> Go to it, o jazzman.
What does this mean?