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2022-10-28 16.48.02

PS. 10 points and some Whimsical swag to whoever can identify the ancient text this comes from.

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That’s awesome! I’ll take Cicero’s On the ends of good and evil for 10 points and some whimsical swag. This may be the first time ever that being a classics major in college has come in handy while trying to build flowcharts.

Ooh that’s a close one @jjers but not quite! Feel free to guess again, or perhaps there’s another classics major waiting in the wings to take the swag. :eyes:

Keep an eye on your inbox, there’s a runner-up prize coming your way. :wink:

Am I late to this thread? The answer is - De finibus bonorum et malorum, a 1st-century BC text by the Roman statesman and philosopher Cicero, however the words are altered, added, and removed to make it nonsensical Latin. @JackGJenkins

Hey Prateek! :wave:

Thanks for checking in on this. We should have closed out this thread when the correct answer was submitted. If you’re interested it’s here.

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