The Ides of March Redux by Julius Ceasar

Julius CeasarDid you know that Julius Ceasar was killed by Brutus outside the Theater of Pompeii on March 15th (aka the ides of March) in 44 B.C.? Well he was despite many warnings such as,”Beware of the Ides of March”. We asked Ceasar’s ghost if he could have a do over, what he would do differently. Here’s his answer:

  • Cancel Theater of Pompeii subscription
  • Wear kevlar vest even if it causes a rash in the heat and shows through my toga
  • Never ever invite Brutus to Winter Soltice party-ever.
  • Learn to become a better listener-even to my wife and blind seers
  • Shorten tunic.

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