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Heavily biased POV[edit]

Friends, Countrymen,

This is not so much an article as a post-Justinian revisionist apologia of Aurelius Hermogenianus, or, should we say, Aurelius "Roving Hands" Hermogenianus the LESSOR. First off, of course Coelius Sedulius would say he was "doctissimus iurislator", for, according to Plutomus Engorgius in his well known "Aurelius Et Me, Fabula Ad Damnum" the two were often seen together at the same night club in the Forum Holitorium (the "Pauper Clamavit LXXVII"). Secondly, Aurelius's penchant for loose Latin women was only rivaled by his ability to plagiarize extremely large preexisting legal tomes, something he accomplished by the brutal misuse of dozens of paralegal slaves.

In summation, I do hope that this article is revised to represent all views of Aurelius Hermogenianus and not just the sanitized, oversimplified, and ultimately misleading account we currently have before us. History deserves nothing less.


Frank Apfelpferd II, Esq. — Preceding unsigned comment added by (talk) 02:31, 14 August 2014 (UTC)