Why I Partied All Night

And by party all night, I mean did homework all night, ‘cuz that’s always such a party– especially when that homework happens to be the history of ancient Rome. On the upside, of course, I was writing about persecuting a group of people considered to be morally depraved and undesirable– Christians, of course.

Ha ha. I’m just kidding. Well, not really– that’s what my paper actually is about: I explore one document that deals with the persecution of Christians in second-century Rome. Why were the persecuted? Well… just read the paper if you’re interested. Although it’s about fifteen pages shorter than it should be to do “justice” to even this single document, much less the subject of the persecution of Christians in Rome … but what ev.


Bleck. I need bed!

About Mark Egge

Two truths and a lie: Mark Egge is an outdoor enthusiast, opera singer, and a transportation data scientist. He lives in Bozeman, Montana.
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2 Responses to Why I Partied All Night

  1. Hopealess says:


    I didn’t read all your paper, in fact I read about the first paragraph, but I was impressed. I know you CAN write, but since I never saw it in high school, it was surprising. good work.

    I tend to end up watching more non-mainstream movies, like the cinema club ones in Cheyenne with my parents. wierd…..I know.

    Is it snowing in Montana?

    What are you doing for the summer?

  2. markegge says:

    Thanks, Hope… I think. =)