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    (August 31, 12-January 24, 41)
    Emperor of the Roman Empire (37-41 AD)
    He was the most infamous Roman emperor.
    His name is synonymous with debauchery and cruelty.
    He was a bona fide nut case.
    He executed his friends and supporters for no reason.
    He turned his palace into a brothel.
    He believed he was a god and had temples built in his own honor.
    He dressed his horse in fancy clothes and made it a Roman senator.
    He raised taxes to pay for his drunken orgies.
    He was bald and hairy (picture Ed Asner in a toga).
    He had sex with one of his horses.
    There was never a dull moment as long as he was on the throne.
    His crazed rule makes the Nixon and Clinton administrations appear normal.
    Bob Guccione made a mediocre porno flick based on his life.
    He suffered from epilepsy.
    Some think he pretended to be crazier than he really was.
    He was stabbed to death (41 AD).

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