Julie Don't Go!

I was fucken reading about Julius Caesar when the following paragraph reminded me of the great comedy duo of Wayne & Shuster:

"On the morning of March 15, 44 BC, the Ides of March, Caesar awoke to find his wife Calpurnia in a near panic. According to the ancients, nightmares had plagued her the night before, warning her of impending danger to Caesar. This was to be the last meeting between Caesar and the Senate before he left for Parthia just 3 days later."

"Julie don't go!" That stuck with me and still say whenever my wife leaves to go out slutting around town.

I used to watch W&S just before Hockey Night in Canada on Saturday nights from 7:30pm to 8pm. You couldn't get more Canadian than that.

And it was a blast.

1 comment:

  1. It sure was hilarious...and their jokes were above the belt and not in the least racist.


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