“If in one hundred years I am known only as the man who invented Sherlock Holmes, then I will have considered my life a failure.” -Sir Arthur Conan Doyle
Winged Sandal of Hermes
Alexander The Great
To study the past for human folly or popular superstition is only to be patronizing about our own same hopes and fears, expressed in a different society. — Robin Lane Fox, Alexander the Great (1973)
Funny because it’s true.