Wednesday, August 30


According to my favorite research institute, Napoleon (the real one, not the moron in the movies) had his wee-wee chopped off after he died. In the the 12th Edition of the BRI's, uh, trivia reading collection, the priest who performed Napoleon's last rites (after being murdered, and robbed — although, maybe not in that order) was found to be in possession of a small, "unpleasant looking piece of dessicated tissue," said to be... well, you see where I'm going with this.

Over the years, the "artifact" has been sold to many different people (for many, sick, sad reasons), and is now a part of the collection at Columbia University.

I'm guessing this doesn't happen to people who win wars, and have big doingers.

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