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Sometimes people live too long for their own good

Sometimes people live too long for their own good

Update: 2019-10-11
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If sickness had carried off that glory and support of the empire Gnaeus Pompeius, at Naples, he would have died the undoubted head of the Roman people, but as it was, a short extension of time cast him down from his pinnacle of fame.



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Sometimes people live too long for their own good

Sometimes people live too long for their own good

Massimo Pigliucci