A Conversation for The Expression 'Live Fast, Die Young and Leave a Good-looking Corpse'
Uncle Ghengis Started conversation May 27, 2003
Of course the death of Alexander the Great is shrouded in mystery. There are (as always) rumours that the fever was induced by poison - and he had been at a particularly wild party the night before he fell ill. But he was certainly a real wild child - it's just surprising he didn't come a cropper before!
Dr Deckchair Funderlik Posted May 28, 2003
Well, to quote John Goodman in 'The Big Lebowski': I did not know that.. I wonder how Alexander the Great's life would have turned out had he owned a Porsche.
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