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Wherefore art thou, Lotus Improv?



I'm not normally the type to nitpick over minor grammar/semantic matters of no real import, but since this particular one touches on a key line from Shakespeare, I'm going to point out that "wherefore" in Elizabethan English means "why" and not "where". So when Juliet says "wherefore are thou Romeo", she's lamenting, "why are you Romeo" (i.e., why were you born a Montague), not wondering where he is.


Where art thou, Lotus Improv?




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