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Ides of March Tommorow
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Ides of March Tommorow
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Nothing ever happens on the Ides of March ~sigh~

On the 13th we won 13 dollars and bought house number 13
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That was the day that Brutus and other senators assassinated Julius Caesar.

Marc Antony gave the eulogy accompanied by a revolving statue of Caesar showing the 23 knife wounds. At a high point Antony brought out Caesars bloody toga and threw it down. The crowd went nuts. Brutus and company seeing the angry crowd got the hell out of Dodge. They were later hunted down and killed.
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So why did they kill Caesar? Because he was acting too much like a king and romans hated kings.

The senate didn't hesitate to kill people if they thought they should. They killed the Grachus brothers as well. Beat one to death with wooden clubs and offered the price in gold for the head of the other when the Grachus brothers proposed giving land to poor people. An enterprising contract killer cut off the head and took out the brain and filled the cavity with lead so the head would weigh more.
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Et tu Brutes?
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LoP Guest  Wrote: (03-15-2019 12:47 AM)
Nothing ever happens on the Ides of March ~sigh~

On the 13th we won 13 dollars and bought house number 13

Nothing ever happens EVER!!

Rofl

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And just in time too.
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On the twenty-second day of March, a pine-tree was cut in the woods and brought into the sanctuary of Cybele, where it was treated as a great divinity. The duty of carrying the sacred tree was entrusted to a guild of Tree-bearers. The trunk was swathed like a corpse with woollen bands and decked with wreaths of violets, for violets were said to have sprung from the blood of Attis, as roses and anemones from the blood of Adonis; and the effigy of a young man, doubtless Attis himself, was tied to the middle of the stem...according to an ancient andwidespread tradition Christ suffered on the twenty-fifth of March, and accordingly some Christians regularly celebrated the Crucifixion on that day without any regard to the state of the moon. This custom was certainly observed in Phrygia, Cappadocia, and Gaul, and there seem to be grounds for thinking that at one time it was followed also in Rome. -James Frazer, "The Golden Bough"

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The soothsayer warned him. But did he listen? Noooooo. When beggars die, there are no comets seen. What is now amiss that Caesar must address? Speak, hands, for me!


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RE: Ides of March Tommorow
General Banter  Wrote: (03-15-2019 01:39 AM)
LoP Guest  Wrote: (03-15-2019 12:47 AM)
Nothing ever happens on the Ides of March ~sigh~

On the 13th we won 13 dollars and bought house number 13

Nothing ever happens EVER!!

Rofl





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THIS happened, and we didn't know it.

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Are we still on the friggin Julian calendar?

I think it works out to be a couple weeks from now.

I bet occult douches botched a bunch of wankery yesterday
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That was the day that Brutus and other senators assassinated Julius Caesar.

Marc Antony gave the eulogy accompanied by a revolving statue of Caesar showing the 23 knife wounds. At a high point Antony brought out Caesars bloody toga and threw it down. The crowd went nuts. Brutus and company seeing the angry crowd got the hell out of Dodge. They were later hunted down and killed.

It certainly did turn the tide of history. I wonder if Caesar's planned invasion of Parthia had any bearing on the subject. Instead of fighting a powerful enemy they ended fighting among themselves for control of the new empire. Too bad Parthia didn't invade. It would have been a perfect time to do it and maybe even win.

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It was much like today with the Russian collusion hoax. But in Rome this played out by replacing the Russians with Cleopatra and Trump with Caesar. There was a whisper campaign that Cleopatra had undue influence on Caesar and was trying to take over the roman empire due to their love affair. She may even have been in Rome when they assassinated him.

The Parthians might have been able to gain some territory but doubtful they would have gotten far. The roman empire had been divided between Marc Antony and Octavian but eventually they had to fight each other and Octavian prevailed. The Parthians were in Antony's half but Octavians forces would have gotten them eventually.
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