Because most philosophies that frown on reproduction don't survive.

Thursday, March 15, 2007

Beware

The Ides of March are upon us.


A great time to remember that power is fleeting, and sometimes people don't get around to sacrificing all to defend an ideal, until it's too late.

Accounts in Suetonius's life of Julius Caesar and Plutarch's life of Marcus Brutus.

2 comments:

could it be aught but NAT? said...

I come not to praise Malthus, but to bury him....

Friends, Roman(Catholics)s, Countrymen...lend me your diapers.

Julius Caesar
the Roman Geezer
squashed his wife
with a lemon squeezer

(old rhyme)

Et tu, Darwin?

By the way, my money's on Antony in Act V....

Anonymous said...

where did you get this from? whos the artist and what year was it produced