Panegyric or Bust

Panegyrics are beefy speeches given in praise of somebody or something, or something else. They were popular in Ancient Greece, where We Rhinos assume there was alot to applaud. It’s always pleasant when criticism is set aside, at least until tomorrow.

Panegyrics were delivered in Old Greek, so the other old Greeks could understand. Makes sense, when you think about it. Here is a sample of Old Greek, though it may be Greek to you already.

Heh, heh, say We Rhinos, sneaking around, wrapped in sheets.

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