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The Quarter, In An Attempt to Impress the Laurels With Our Authenticity, Presents the Following Real (Real Lame, That Is) Roman Joke


A man from the provinces shows up at Rome and causes remark by his striking resemblance to the emperor. Eventually he is taken before the emperor, who is amazed. "Let me see," says the emperor, "where did you say you were from? I'm trying to figure whether my father ever visited your home town." "No, he didn't," says the stranger, "but my father used to visit Rome all the time." - From the second book of Macrobius Saturnalia



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