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— “I have five daughters,” said the giant.
— The Romans gave him as much land as he could circle in one day with an ox and a plow, and they’d also give him a cow.
— Those guys must have had nerves of steel, the conscience of a vampire, the memory of a fly, and the stomach of a Nile crocodile.
— Thank you, Mr. Uderzo!
And thank you, Mr. Goscinny, may you rest in peace.
— That’s what I love about Rome. They kick each other, regardless of family lines, or family ties. So much for family love!
— Romans didn’t like being second, especially when it came to a little word like democracy.
— Sibyls were known to possess tremendous powers.
— That’s right, Tullia, wife of Lucius, and daughter of Servius Tullius, carefully maneuvered the chariot so that the wheels sliced the old man’s body in two.
— So, first a fighter. Then a pacifist. Then another fighter, and finally another pacifist…
— Come on! Don’t make me laugh!