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March 15, 2005


First of all, strongly; strongly greaved (unless you're not using the Lattimore translation, perhaps, I guess). Second, he completely copped out until his ship was basically on fire.

Otherwise, a(N) hilarious skewering of Homeric blaxploitation.

Briseis might have understood him. I once maintained that Patroclus was a doppelganger of his who also figured both as his son and father at different times.

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