During my second dinner, Francis told me that we needed to “ration our food better.” I was so taken aback by this.
The New York Times: Critics Say a Roman Civil War Is Coming—Others Disagree
What does democracy look like? This is what democracy looks like: it’s kind of pear-shaped.
I Will Bravely Die in a Roman Arena, but Please Don’t Make Me Say “I’m Spartacus” in Front of a Crowd
I just get so nervous, so convinced that I'll reverse "beaten" and "bound," or forget to say "by the sword," and all the guys will laugh at me.
How lucky are we to have a youngly Master of Business Administration as land-lord! Thou hast every right to levy rents from my labour.
I’ve been silently scorning them for years and I’m ready to take it up a notch—with a decapitated horse head and powerful pagan curses.
“But is that really just?” pleaded Andiemantus, trying not to scuff his new Manolo Blahnik Mary Jane walking sandals against the cobblestone floor.
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I’m 89 years old and I’ve literally never seen Heimlich's Maneuver happen, and I’ve eaten at hundreds of sloppy lobster restaurants.
The monster in the poem “dwelt in the moor-fens, the marsh and the fastness”--and guess what, that’s exactly where my monster dwelt.
The thickness of the summer air has once again damned you. I say, I’m going to return with some hot coals to singe those satan ropes.
Original: Columbus routinely captured the people living there as slaves. Corrected: Columbus brought Western values to the New World.