June 24, 2014
[Part 1 is here].
In Monty Python’s Life of Brian
, the ring leader of a little band of first-century Jewish rebels asks, “What have the Romans ever done for us?” He’s sure the answer is absolutely nothing
, but one of the rebels meekly pipes up with “The Aqueduct.” A moment later another rebel squeaks, “And the sanitation.” Then another, “The Roads.”
“What have the Romans ever done for us!”
The ringleader grudgingly grants all of this and then tries to wrench the meeting back on track. Continue Reading...