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I would wonder what qualities my friends and others had that I didn't, and believe that if I could just get a man to pay me some attention, the rest would fall into place.
Then I realized ATTRACTION is about much more than just ATTENTION...are available online: The Man Shakespeare Was Not | Shakespeare's Self-Portrait | Interview with Charlton Ogburn | Shakespeare and the Fair Youth Joseph Sobran sprinkles his Oxfordian writings with laments that he doesn't get enough respect from Shakespearean scholars: The Problem of the Funeral Elegy | Bible holds proof of Shakespeare's identity | Shakespeare's Disgrace | The Mystery of Emaricdulfe | David Kathman and the "Historical Record" | The Bard�s Orphans Volker Multhopp thought Oxford collaborated on the Shakespeare plays with John Lyly; his Small Shakespeare Authorship Page included a response to David Kathman's Dating the Tempest [Note: Multhopp's pages are no longer maintained, but they are available at these links via the Wayback Archive.] Was Shakespeare Sicilian?See Antonio Casa's news account of Martino Iuvara's notion (would it surpise anyone to learn that Iuvara himself is Sicilian? Iuvara's idea was considered newsworthy by the Times of London.I know, because at one stage in my life I was just like you.I used to wonder why success stories happened to those around me, while I was still waiting my turn for the nice guy, the right guy, and the chance to prove that I am just as worthy of love as the rest.Workplace Options serves more than 53 million employees in over 78,000 organisations across more than 200 countries and territories worldwide.