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Claigula, a misunderstood humorist.


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Initial post: Dec 21, 2010 5:22:53 AM PST
Genghis Khan says:
He had a good sense of humour. One of his better jokes was following a false accusation and execution of a nobleman for treason. The true reason for his execution was not treason but to gain access to what was thought to be his great wealth. On the noblemans death it was found that he was basically bankrupt. Caligula then commented that the poor fellow had died in vain. I mean, honestly, did Stalin, Hitler or Mao ever show a lighter side. These guys just took themselves too seriously, at least old Caligula could have a laugh and an orgy or ten. Gotta give him some points for that.
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