Three Reasons Why We Don’t Beware the Ides of March
- Because Caesar wasn’t really that nice of a guy (In case it’s been a while since you’ve had a history class, the Ides of March is March 15th, when the Roman Emperor, Julius Caesar, was conspired against and murdered in 44 B.C.)
- Maine became a state in 1820, and c’mon, who doesn’t love some Lobstah.
- Because in 1972, Francis Ford’s Godfather opened in Theaters. Where would we be without “Don” Vito Corleone’s life wisdom? (We’re ignoring the whole “he was kind of a terrible guy” thing for the sake of this piece.)