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  • 68 34
    Submitted by firstisworst on Jun 12, 13 at 1:57pm

    Too bad it's a temple to Athena, you uncultured swine.

  • 49 34
    Submitted by sayntdavid on Jun 12, 13 at 1:38pm

    Bacchus is Roman. His Greek counterpart is Dionysus.

  • 43 33
    Submitted by tiffanylikespie on Jun 12, 13 at 2:28pm

    Athena doesn't play that. Look at what happened to poor Medusa!

  • 44 36
    Submitted by WV_kiwi on Jun 12, 13 at 4:01pm

    How is that relevant? He's talking about the god of what he's doing, not where he is.

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    Submitted by xavin on Jun 13, 13 at 12:16am

    done this and more. the Parthenon is fertile grounds.

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    Submitted by SaducarGeneral on Jun 12, 13 at 1:28pm

    Yes, Bacchus would be.