Thursday, November 19, 2009
Timeo Danaos Et Dona Ferentes*
A little humor and a little literature today because basically I'm tired of sorting through the veritable mountain of BO's daily screw ups. Ugh!
How different Virgil's Aeneid would've been if the Trojans had had malware detection software. (As always, click to enlarge the image)
And for the curious...
*"Timeo Danaos et dona ferentes" is a Latin phrase from Virgil's Aeneid (II, 49). It means "I fear the Danaans (Greeks) even if they bring gifts" but is often paraphrased to English as "Beware of Greeks bearing gifts".
[The BLOG note: Photo via Geek Press.]