Jump to content
UNRV Ancient Roman Empire Forums

Gaius Octavius

  • Content Count

  • Joined

  • Last visited

Community Reputation

1 Neutral

About Gaius Octavius

  • Rank
    Pater Arcanae
  • Birthday 02/29/2004

Profile Information

  • Gender
  • Location
    Brookfordshiresexingham, USA
  • Interests
    Literature in general and Rome in particular

Recent Profile Visitors

20,993 profile views
  1. R.I.P. good buddy, you will be sorely missed.

  2. You'll be sadly missed, Gaius. It was a pleasure knowing you.

  3. Gaius Octavius


    Listen, you Kiwi Savage, you have just insulted two Romans! Alas, I won't get you - here.
  4. Gaius Octavius

    Phoenix at Mars

    Only if miles and klicks aren't confused - again!
  5. Gaius Octavius

    Sources over Hadrian's Wall?

    N.N., might this have anything to do with the limitaneii coming from other parts of the Empire?
  6. Gaius Octavius


    That side view of the P-38 doesn't give a youngster a full idea of the glory of the plane. Perhaps it should be a 'tilted' view. Side on, it looks like any ole fighter. Just an idea, and hopefully none take it as an insult. Edit: Huns and nips were not only fascinated, but also incinerated.
  7. Gaius Octavius

    I love the smell of firewood in the morning

    Were I you, I wouldn't be overly concerned. Look, soon you will have a quake, and kali4kneeya will slip into the drink. Fire done for. Now, lest you think that I am picking on the state, Lon Guylan is slowly slipping into Davy Jones' Locker. The sooner the better. Solve all sorts of problems.
  8. Gaius Octavius

    Sander van Dorst.

    Hopefully, you will also put this up the next time Roman "Democratic' institutions are mentioned.
  9. Gaius Octavius

    10 things you thought you knew about the Romans

    Bewcastle, Netherby & Birrens.
  10. Gaius Octavius

    Sources over Hadrian's Wall?

    This might help a little: "Hadrian's Wall"; David J. Breeze and Brian Dobson; Penguin Books.
  11. Gaius Octavius

    The Library Blues

    Perfect! But I won't. Oh!, what the heck. Everybody now, in Church Latin: 'Little Indian, Sioux or Crow, Little Turk or Japanee. O! don't you wish that you were A Napolitano, Just like me?' 'A Child's Garden of Verses' (Edited).
  12. Gaius Octavius

    Nursery Crimes

    WAR! This means war! Unrestricted! No farthing given! Out skien dhu's, and to work with all!
  13. Gaius Octavius


    Depending on the situation, a slower plane can knock out a faster plane - and did. The Russians didn't come in until Stalin got tired of supplying the gooks and Chinese with coffins.
  14. Gaius Octavius


    Almost? The USAF controlled the skies over N.K. Pyongyang got the Tokyo treatment. It was exceptionally difficult to tell a crisp gook from a crisp Russian - they went down, in glory, over enemy territory. And usually high-tailed it to China when the Yanks showed up. The enemy never went south of the lines - if they knew what was in their best interests. The 'kill' count was heavily in favor of the USAF. The only point I tried to make, is that the planes were similar in design.
  15. Gaius Octavius


    The MIG-15 and the Sabrejet were almost carbon copies.