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— While Rome did everything using their own fists and nails, Carthage outsourced the work to others, as to not to get their fists and nails dirty.
— When Lucius Sextus Lateranus walked up those stairs, he was conscious that all Rome was staring at him.
— No one wanted a king — not even Plebes, full of debts.
— When they finished with that, the Gauls walked out the same door they had come in, some seven months earlier.
— Not for nothing there’s a saying that goes something like “your best friend is sometimes the enemy of your enemy.”
— And the worst of all, not a single one of Rome’s eight gates was manned, locked, or otherwise taken care of.
— “Don’t do anything halfway through, son.”
— And at the end of that day, no one cried for Veii. Not Lucius, and certainly not the slaves.