DAILY CALENDAR CHALLENGE #74 – MARCH 15
It also looks very Roman and Imperial which is very fitting seeing today is The Ides Of March …
Or the day Julius Caesar failed to beware of. Point of history, Jules didn’t say, “Et tu, Brute.” Also, although Shakespeare popularized the phrase in his play, it had been floating around for more than a few centuries.
This puzzle should be fairly easy to solve. Unfortunately, I couldn’t come up with an answer to #4.
And the answers are Jewishcalendarjointcustodyjeffersoncityidon’tknowjumpcutjailcelljustcausejiminycricket.
CLUE TIME – Never give all the hearts, or the Queen of Spades when I have crost the bar. Would you believe that I still remember two poems from my senior English Literature class Crossing The Bar and No Man Is An Island. And unlike many supposed intelligent people, I know that Ernest Hemingway did not write that last work.
Posted on March 15, 2013, in Daily Calendar Challenge and tagged back words, calendars, daily calendar challenge, high school senior English Lit, horse, Ides Of March, Julius Caesar, origami, pegasus, puzzles. Bookmark the permalink. 2 Comments.