Today is the Ides of March-- no need to beware
Today is the Ides of March. But there's no need to be on guard.
Julius Caesar probably should have been. But then, he blew off the soothsayer who told him to beware the Ides of March in the first act of Shakespeare's play.
You might remember from English class that things didn't go so well for him.
Out in the Twitterverse, posters are using #idesofmarch as a way to remember actor Philip Seymour Hoffman, who died of a drug overdose last month. Hoffman was in George Clooney's convoluted 2011 political drama The Ides of March.
Though Bridget Hughes had one of the best tweets so far: Note... read more
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