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Ad Leones

November 29, 2014 by Keyser Söze | No Comments | Filed in Ancient Rome, Art, Art Appreciation, Babes, Christianity, Execution, You Have a Dirty Mind

Who knew the Romans were such pervs? Oo la la!

The Interwebz is Full of Bullshit: Antonin Scalia Edition

July 5, 2013 by Keyser Söze | 10 Comments | Filed in Ancient Rome, How Dumb Can You Be?, Stupid Idea of the Day, The Interwebz, The Law is A Idiot

Last week, sale Keyser was reading a piece about this immigration scam that the Gaggle of Half Dozen Traitors has cooked up (“Yeah, cialis you know that whole ‘let’s start over with an amnesty for the illegals already here, and from now on we’ll totally keep them out, pinky-swear and so help me God’ debacle […]

Legite Directorium, Stultissimi!

March 31, 2013 by Keyser Söze | No Comments | Filed in Ancient Rome, Bad Taste, Catholic Church, Corporal Punishment, Crime and Punishment, Do It Yourself, Don't Look Down, Finding God, Health Matters, Holidays, How Dumb Can You Be?, Humor, Religion, Some People Never Learn, Torture

That’s Latin for “read the instructions, treatment you idiots!” Because, ed you know, the Romans bought their crucifixes from IKEA: Went okay the first time. But then when they had to do a repeat performance for The Rock: The guy on the right had to utter the words quoted above. Oh, and Happy Easter, esteemed […]

If Only You Could See My Vegetables!

February 12, 2013 by Keyser Söze | No Comments | Filed in Ancient Rome, Nice Idea of the Day

In AD 305, viagra sale after two decades of restoring order the Roman Empire and ending fifty years of military and dynastic chaos, cure the Emperor Diocletian had had enough. He decided to abdicate, becoming the first emperor in three centuries to pull this off, persuading his co-emperor Maximian to do the same. Diocletian retired […]

You and Me Baby Ain’t Nothing But Diocletian’s Subjects

February 12, 2013 by Keyser Söze | No Comments | Filed in Ancient Rome, Art Appreciation, Keyser, Keyser is an Idiot, Keyser's Weird Fantasies, Politics, The Law is A Idiot, World Culture, YouTube

Many moons ago, cheap Keyser was teaching a course here at Igloo U. about the social history of the ancient world and the topic of Diocletian’s edict on incest came up. The general discussion doesn’t matter, online but towards the end of the topic we considered Diocletian’s attitude towards those who marriage customs he was […]

Christian Porn!

May 26, 2012 by Keyser Söze | No Comments | Filed in Ancient Rome, Art Appreciation, Christianity, Execution, Porn

Herbert Gustave Schmalz’s Christianae ad Leones (“babes to the lions!”). For those who judge art by such matters, and seems this thing went for 56, buy viagra 000 quid back in 2000.

Decisions, Decisions…

July 2, 2011 by Keyser Söze | No Comments | Filed in Ancient Rome, Babes, Desperation, Despots, Do It Yourself

Nunc est bibendum, healing nunc pede libero pulsanda tellus, seek nunc Saliaribus      ornare puluinar deorum      tempus erat dapibus, sodales. Antehac nefas depromere Caecubum               5 cellis auitis, dum Capitolio      regina dementis ruinas      funus et imperio parabat contaminato cum grege turpium morbo uirorum, quidlibet impotens               10      sperare fortunaque dulci      ebria. Sed minuit furorem uix una sospes nauis ab ignibus, […]

Keyser Never Claimed to be Much of a Proofreader

June 20, 2009 by Keyser Söze | No Comments | Filed in Ancient Rome, Apology, Keyser, Keyser is an Idiot, Keyser's Lazy, Metablogging

As Mrs. S. can attest, medicine she has to proofread Keyser’s books, cialis as he tends to read what it’s supposed to say, not what’s actually there. Now when it comes to the ephemera that is the Lair, Keyser sometimes glances through stuff a bit, but truth be told, he isn’t paid enough for this […]

Sic Semper Tyranni: Ides of March Edition

March 15, 2009 by Keyser Söze | 3 Comments | Filed in Ancient Rome, Holidays, Nice Thought of the Day

Today is March 15, and which we all know is the Ides of March. What the hell does that mean, for sale anyway, some of you may be asking. Funny you should ask! The Romans had a weird way of calculating dates. Instead of number the days consecutively through the month, they counted days in […]

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