Beware the Odes of Arch.

‘Twas the fourteenth of March and Brutus and the boys were discussing their planned political statement for the following day.

Cassius the Anorexic wanted to use Greek fire, which had been recently re-invented. Brutus, however, favored the traditional Roman short-sword as the weapon of choice.

He stood and addressed his co-conspirators, “Friends, Romans and Countrymen, Lend me your ears. I come to parry Caesar, not to braise him!”

( David A. Wallace on alt.callahans.)

2 responses to “Beware the Odes of Arch.

  1. As awful as usual ……. very reassuring …….


  2. Pain in the pun, you are!!!


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