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PopQuizzical Daily! for March 16, 2013:

What was one of the telling inaccuracies from Shakespeare’s ‘Julius Caesar’ that Brutus notes as to ‘count the..’.  What was Brutus notating to count?

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Liberty!  Freedom!  Tyranny is dead!

And indeed, the present tyrant was no more.  But the actions of those conspirators caused 13 years of civil war that tore the republic apart.  The Same republic they were trying to save.  At least we got a killer Caesar salad out of it.  Thanks Rome! 

Caesar’s parents always knew he would be the poster boy for something, just not “Watch Your Back”.

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