Friday, March 14, 2008

Beware of the Ides of March

... or not. Anyway, I liked this e-card:

I wonder if there still would be that much talk about Julius Cesar, if he had not been killed, but died of natural causes after leaving office. (There are even some theories as to him having come up with that death himself, after he realized he was terminally sick and would die slowly and painfully anyway. After all, stabbing still is quicker than a disease, but you have to be a bit special to think about such a way to go.)

Nevertheless, it never hurts to remember to BEWARE OF THE IDES OF MARCH.

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