I found the words “soapbox-ready” in the following sentence of the New York Times’ (March 11) theater review of currently-playing Broadway show, “Death of a Salesman,” titled “American Dreamer, Ambushed by the Territory”:
“This is not a woman who has been worn down by cares; she’s a vigilant, fire-breathing watchdog of her husband’s ego. And when she erupts into anger with her grown sons, it’s as if that speech had been soapbox-ready for ages.”
From the combination of the words, I guess the word, ‘soapbox-ready’ here means something like “well rehearsed or practiced” to be ready for making a speech, or talk.
However, as I checked the meaning of “soapbox-ready” on Google to make it certain, I came across quite different usages from the above interpretation:
Delcam software leads to soapbox success. Using PowerMILL and PowerSHAPE speeded manufacturing. The finished soapbox ready to race. - www.automotivecadcam.com/
International AVEW Stock Message: Town Crier getting his bell and Soapbox ready!! - investorshub.advfn.com/
What does “soapbox-ready” exactly mean?