3.15.2011

The Ides of March...With A Twist

March 15th has long been associated with Julius Caesar - mostly the Caesar of Shakespeare fame. The murder of Caesar, of course, created some of the most famous last words ever..."Et tu, Brute? Then fall Caesar." - the final line being a Shakespeare addition. Nice touch William. Okay, so while we have no reason to run around shouting, "Beware the Ides of March" (although I know a certain someone who does enjoy giving this warning on the 15th of any month), I thought it was still worth a mention today. Since recent posts have been a bit more on the serious side, I decided to add some humor to the day. Please enjoy this short clip from one of my favorite TV shows and experience a "new" version of Shakespeare's play...

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