William Shakespeare’s Childress and Favre

Posted: 25th December 2009 by Dave Trembley in NFL
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William Shakespeare's Childress and Favre . Act One, Scene One In a simple room furnished with only a long oaken table sits Minnesota Vikings head coach Brad Childress, with team owner Ziggy Wilf in the background sitting barely illuminated.á Both of whom appear calm and serene. The scene takes place at the teamÆs Winter Park facility. Enter Brett Favre. áFavre, agitated, nods but does not speak. Though December, an air conditioner hums in the room. After a moment of awkward silence, Childress speaks. Childress: Greetings, friend. Thou art well, I presume? Favre: WouldÆst thou not see with thine own eyes that I breathe a normal course? Childress: Yes, thou gait seems purposeful, thou mind sharp as thy shepherdÆs shears. Favre: (Nods) Childress: On then, to the matters at hand. It is ...

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