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    Sports - football (Pro, college, HS), college basketball, lacrosse<br /><br />Reading (anything by Nelson Demille)<br /><br />TV - Friday Night Lights, LOST, The Office, Curb Your Enthusiasm, Flight of the Conchords, History Channel, Seinfeld, yada, yada, yada ....
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    Happy B-Day, Lost Warrior

    Happy birthday, LW!
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    Happy Birthday Northern Neil

    Happy birthday, Neil!
  3. Not sure I'd like to BE in any of 'em. To be able to witness though? Give me Cannae and Alesia.
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    Claudius and "breaking wind "

    It's illegal in my house, according to Mrs G-Manicus.
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    I vote "Pfffft!" be added next.
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    Obama: McCain "like Cato".

    Perhaps he meant ... this:
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    A Birthday Wish to The Augusta

    Yo! Happy belated birthday, The!
  8. You'll be sadly missed, Gaius. It was a pleasure knowing you.

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    Sad News

    Wow. Just wow.
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    Free Roman Books

    They've changed the site now. You're able to open up the book for free on the internet but you have to pay a fee to download the PDF file.
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    Happy Birthday, Ingsoc!

    Happy birthday, dude!
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    Modern "theme music" for the Ancient World

    This next one is dedicated to Romulus and Remus ... "You are my brother, my best friend forever ..."
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    I need input on Allan Massie's Roman novels

    I picked up "Caesar" and started reading it last week. This line on page 67 makes me question whether to continue with the series: "I am Gaius Octavius Thurinus. My mother is Caesar's sister." *sigh*
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    Modern "theme music" for the Ancient World

    For Agrippa Postumus: "Show Me The Meaning of Being Lonely" by the Backstreet Boys
  15. What modern songs would serve as an appropriate theme song for a particular person or event from the Ancient World? For example: For MJ Brutus, Cassius, Decimus Brutus, and the rest of the Liberators (so called) .... "The Backstabbers" by The O'Jays On the flip side ... "Cuts Like a Knife" by Bryan Adams for J. Caesar