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"Don't we thing Arlene would make a perfect Medea?"
263 B.C., A young Athenian playwright makes a name for himself in the smash hit comedy: 'Meet meat the Parthenon.'
Excerpt from the writings of Euripides, Athenian Dramatist, 484-406 BC.
'Wait a moment...I thought that this lecture was about the economy.'
'When I grow up, I think I'd like to be a deus ex machina, just like you.'
Euripides: 'If we could be twice young and twice old, we could correct all our mistakes.'