Et tu, Brute? If you know your Roman history, you will appreciate the twisted humor behind this desk accessory. For the unfamiliar ones, it is a nod to Caesar being stabbed on 15th March 44 BC (often called as the Ides of March) by conspirators of his senate that included his trusted friend Brutus. Get […]
"They are come, but not yet gone." Thus spoke the soothsayer to Caesar when the dictator perpetuus said to the soothsayer that the Ides of March had come and he was still alive. Dictator perpetuus has an overly confident ring...
(Image Link) March is a month full of madness, Pi, saints and storms, and it's also the gateway to spring when the daffodils start to bloom. The Ides of March brought misfortune to Julius Caesar and March was named after the Roman war god Martius, aka Mars, but overall March seems like a pretty boring month compared to most of its calendar cousins. Show More Summary
The Dollar is suddenly rising and rate hike expectations are now at their highest of the cycle - 2.76 hikes in 2018 are priced in - (despite stocks still not being anywhere near back to pre-Powell-put-implied levels). But as Rafiki Capital...Show More Summary
Michele Michele The Ides of March will soon be upon us. In San Francisco, that means it's once again time to don a a white wedding dress to paint the town white with other "brides." Now in its 20th year, the annual "Beware the Brides...Show More Summary
Almost everyone knows the story of the death of Julius Caesar, as Shakespeare has reminded us. He was assassinated on the Ides of March 44 BC by a group of disgruntled Senators who believed him to be on a path to become dictator and destroy the Republic. Show More Summary
Last March, a Nevada court indicted April Parks, proprietor of A Private Professional Guardian, which had secured court guardianship over four hundred elderly Nevadans, working with crooked doctors and social workers to find the identities...Show More Summary
POLITICAL VIOLENCE IS EASIER TO UNLEASH THAN TO CONTROL: If Donald Trump Befalls the Same Fate as Caesar, We Should All Fear the Ides of March.
Beware the ides of March... or the withdrawal of six-figure sponsorships. Delta Air Lines and Bank of America on Sunday night pulled their sponsorship of New York’s Public Theater over its production of Julius Caesar. The issue: In this reimagining, it's a President Trump lookalike (Gregg Henry) who plays the...
In March, Kelly Inouye-Perez looked at her team after getting swept by Utah at home in the first series of Pac-12 play. The 11th-year head coach saw a talented team she still believed in. But she also saw one that lacked its own identity. That UCLA team’s character was still tethered to the 2016 squad […]
After a few months in preview form, Visual Studio for Mac is now officially officially available. This version of Microsoft’s flagship development tool is based on the cross-platform IDE from Xamarin, which it acquired last March. Read More
It was the Ides of March (best known as the assasination date of Julius Caesar) for housing. Housing starts dropped -6.75% month-over-month (MoM) in March. The post Ides of March: Housing Starts Drop -6.75% MoM in March (Midwest Starts Drop -16.22%) was originally published at The Wall Street Examiner. Follow the money!
Shakesepeare put the idea of the Ides of March into our heads with his play Julius Caesar, leading some people to believe the days of mid-March are somehow cursed, since Julius Caesar was murdered by his senators on March 15, 44 AD.Show More Summary
When you hear about a political event like the Ides of Trump, which involved sending postcards to the White House on March 15, do you mostly ignore it -- or are you considering how you might leverage something that your clients probably feel pretty passionate about, one way or another...
President Trump held a rally this past Wednesday, March 15, in Michigan. And apparently, a University of Michigan graduate student felt it was her job to bring the Ides of
You made it to Friday. Can we get a High Five? In this new series, we’ll show you what’s trending on Google with a look at a few of the top searches from the week of March 13. Cheerios Where have all the bumble-bees gone? People areShow More Summary
It's time for another brilliant Image Comics' idea, and Kevin Grevioux throwing some historical conflict with Amazons and Valkyries and Jotuns, oh my! The post The Buy Pile: Blades On The Ides of March appeared first on CBR.
Interested in precious metals investing or storage? Contact us HERE Beware the Ides of March Posted with permission and written by Jeff Thomas (CLICK HERE FOR ORIGINAL) Eidus Martiae is the Latin term for 15th March, from the traditional Roman calendar. Show More Summary
Spring is almost here! That's weird to say, what with blizzards hitting the northeast, and Texas being not blistering hot even in March, but that's climate change for you! Regardless, spring is coming quite soon, and with it, Drop Flip Seasons [Free] by Borderleap is getting its appropriate spring update. As the app got announced
Donald Trump should be on the lookout for a ton of incoming mail from the resistance this week. A massive postcard writing campaign launched Wednesday, timed to go live on March 15 — the politically ominous time known as the Ides ofShow More Summary