Re: UPS delivery - be VERY careful


Joe Zeglinski
 

I know ... but I use the "free verse" interpretation of "conquering". The
new age California style phrase seems so much like the old one.

I thought I had it right - which war and century did that old high school
Latin phrase come from?

Thanks,
Joe

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In a message dated 4/30/07 9:17:46 PM, J.Zeglinski@rogers.com writes:


Good quote - I think Julius Caesar was purported to have said in the Latin
writings from the Peloponnesus Wars:
- "Veni, Vidi, Vici, Toga Habam"
or in direct English translation:
- "Been there, Seen it, Done that , got the T-Shirt"
... so we didn't invent that phrase :-)
What??

Right person, wrong war, wrong century.......

I came, I saw, I conquered :))))

Kent

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