I dunno, it just seemed appropriate! :uhh:
Hmm, I don't know. Today seemed pretty average to me. It felt like the day after Pi Day.
Beware the ides of March!
Everyone will be fine so long as you stay away from seat of government buildings, and your best friends.
All the more reason to beware!
[Julius Caesar=quote]Cowards die many times before death, but the couragous only taste it but once.[/quote] (or something like that). I have nothing to fear.
Meh, I've had a good run. Back to work now.
Beware the march of Ides!
Et tu brute!?
Brute? His name was Brutus!
What do you think Brute means?..............
Must be a different version.
The copy I have I got from my father who got it, while he was in college from, his aunt. I seriously doubt its the same version as yours. I googled the speech, and everything I can find says Brute, so my version must simply have been a typo, or some such.
Brute was kind of a nickname. One syllable preferred - like Bob.
It'd suck to have Brute as your nickname. No wonder he went bonkers and killed Ceaser! :tongue2:
its said, bru:te
sp: Brutè or Brutë
Damn, I've got a substandard book! :grumpy: Who is responsible, the fiend shall die!
Jeez, they conjugated people's NAMES in Latin? No wonder it's a dead language.
Lots of modern languages decline names. E.g., most Slavic languages.
Heck, in English you decline names!
Separate names with a comma.