Oh won't you hop inside my car?
I got pictures, got candy, I am a lovable man
I'd like to take you to the nearest star
I'm your vehicle babyI'll take you anywhere you wanna go"
"Vehicle," Written by Jim Peterik, "The Ides of March"
History tells us that Caesar was assassinated during a meeting of the Roman senate on March 15th. Plutarch, a Greek historian and biographer of Julius Caesar, took the assassination story a step further and described an incident where a seer proclaimed that Caesar wouldn’t live past the Ides of March. Plutarch claims that Julius Caesar met the seer on his way to the theater and told him, “Well, it’s the Ides and I’m still here.” The seer replied with words to the effect of, “Oh yeah? Well, the day’s not over yet, Julius.” Something tells me that Plutarch also had a flair for drama. A later historian would claim the seer actually made his prediction after reviewing the entrails on an animal. That’s why I prefer tarot. Less messy. Well,...usually.