Cartoon Cäsar überschreitet den Rubikon

MKBerlin - Cäsar überschreitet den Rubikon

 
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Miezel - 26.02.14 18:18
Ja ja, die Würfel sind gefallen, ich wußte nur noch nicht wohin...
 
fuenf - 26.02.14 13:04
alea iacta est sülzt da der Lateiner.
Vermutlich handelte es sich um den berühmten Rubik’s Cube,
der dann dem übergetretenden Grenzbach seinen Namen gab
Nach Rubik-On gab es also für Cäsars Mannen angeblich kein Zurück mehr


Die hätte es mal mit Rubik-Off probieren sollen!
 
 

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