Gifts from TNNG
Headquarters included a Frisbee, a grenade-shaped stress ball, a baseball and football that were both signed by Soldiers and Airmen, a National Guard T-shirt, and a replica National Guard racecar.
These local readings suggest to me an abbreviation of Hamlet's "There needs no ghost, my lord, come from the grave / To tell us this." In the interest of space, let's call it TNNG.
TNNG. An important project begun but left unfinished by Treason By Words involves a question that will require sophisticated theoretical and interpretive work: To what extent could the early modern subject consider words alone (in the absence of interpretation, mens rea, mobs, audiences, and so forth) potentially treasonous or harmful?