Julius Caesar Killed With (Bad) Ideas Not Daggers–Just Like My Beloved #Americant

Coincidence? I finally (it's been on my to-do list for a while) started re-reading Thornton Wilder's Ides of March... in March? Actually I started re-reading it the last few days of March and casually finished it at the end of April. Reason? I had put it off long enough--and it was time. For I knew, … Continue reading Julius Caesar Killed With (Bad) Ideas Not Daggers–Just Like My Beloved #Americant

Life Of Nothingness Trumps Your #Trump Unless, Of Course, You’re A Step Atop Caesar’s Goo Salad Dressing

"It is a recurrent joke among writers of farces that wives rejoice in being beaten by their husbands. It reflects, however, an eternal truth--that there is a great comfort in knowing that those who love you love you enough to take the responsibility for marking out the permissible. Husbands often er--but in both directions. Caesar … Continue reading Life Of Nothingness Trumps Your #Trump Unless, Of Course, You’re A Step Atop Caesar’s Goo Salad Dressing