Wednesday 15 March 2017

"Beware the Ides of March!"

I mention it every year because I think it deserves to be commemorated: we are the Ides of March, the day Julius Caesar was assassinated. But the famous quote is of course of Shakespeare. I thought I would share the quote dramatized by some great actors, then I remembered that it was also uttered by Lisa in The Simpsons. In Homer the Great, if you are curious. And I thought it was a funny way to use the line and to commemorate the day. So here it is. Homer's reply is also priceless.