Happy 1,973 Year Anniversary To The Inception Of The Term “Backstabbing”

Posted: March 15, 2017 in Uncategorized

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Oh, how time flies. Can’t believe it’s already been 1,973 years since the great Julius Caesar was betrayed by Brutus, Cassius, and their fellow rebels in front of thousands of blood-hungry Romans cheering them on in the Coliseum (that might be some #altfacts I just made up there but I like to imagine the assassination happening that way). I feel it’s only right to give a hat tip to one of the great JC’s of all time on the Ides of March.

Just a quick reminder – the death of Julius Caesar actually resulted in the start of the Roman Empire. Many people think he was a great Roman Emperor. #AltFact. He unified Rome through victories as a civil war general and was appointed Dictator for life (hence, the murder). Once he was killed, there was another civil war and his adopted son, Caesar Augustus, became the first emperor of what we all know as the Roman Empire. Boom. Droppin’ straight knowledge bombs on y’alls asses.

P.S.

A complete list of other great JC’s, according to one of the greatest JC’s, below…

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