Beware the snides of March: What Caesar really said. I couldn’t help but wander into the absurd with today’s legendary occurrence. Suppose documented Roman history is a massive cover-up? Suppose Shakespeare embellished the whole political intrigue aspect for financial gain? And then the words “et tu” began floating around and morphing . . .


~ by crittur on March 15, 2010.

One Response to “eatTwoBrute”

  1. You are probably right, Tom. History is fascinating just because it is people passing it on over and over. I guess the largest testimony to the idea that we polish a historical story is how some famous people become actul small Gods upon their death. What is wrong with us that we value some more in death than life?

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