All six and seven

All six and seven

Phrase from Shakespeare’s King Richard II.

All is uneven,
And every thing is left at six and seven.

    Edmund of Langley, Duke of York (2.ii.121-2)

Everything is left at six and seven. Perfect for Mercury’s current condition, deshabille –

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All six and seven

“All six and seven,” Shakespeare/Elizabethan Theatre for “Charlie Foxtrot.”

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