posted on May, 1 2003 @ 01:16 PM
Originally posted by HKoT
Ugh...All I ever hear is correlations to "Preatorian Gaurd"....it gets annoying.
They died off 1600 years ago and they were nothing special.
Hell I'll give anyone a shinny penny if they even know what Praetorian means.
bent, bribable, crooked, debauched, double-dealing, exploiting, extortionate, faithless, fixed, foul, fraudulent, inconstant, iniquitous, mercenary,
nefarious, open, padded, perfidious, profiteering, reprobate, rotten, shady, snide, tainted, treacherous, two-faced, underhanded, unethical,
unfaithful, unprincipled, unscrupulous, untrustworthy.
Of course that's the English meaning, the latin is from Praetor roughly meaning an elected judge
Would you like my account number?
[Edited on 1-5-2003 by moonclamp]