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Cameron Reilly
Works at Motherlode.com.au
Attended Kepnock
Lives in Brisbane
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A mammoth 2 and a half hour episode! Vercingetorix continues to make trouble for Julius Caesar. Now almost all of the Gallic tribes are his allies. Yet he still avoids a frontal assault and uses a ...
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Life of Caesar Podcast is currently #8 in Australia in the "Society & Culture" section and #46 in the overall category. Not bad, considering we only put out an episode every two weeks. 
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Episode #18 of the Life Of Caesar podcast is out. I'm not saying it's awesome or anything, but did I mention that it's ranked as one of the Top 50 podcasts in Australia? Also Top 100 in the US, UK and Canada. 
A podcast about Julius Caesar.
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Wow! Congrats mate.
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That sounds familiar. 
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Haha! Yes, I admit it was old repertoire. I'm glad you enjoyed it Cameron.
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Caesar spends this episode chasing Ambiorix of the Eburones to revenge the deaths of Sabinus, Cotta and their legion at Atuatuca. We also talk in depth about Caesar’s leadership style and why he was so loved by his troops. We also answer important questions like “what is a yew tree?”, “why does an elk have wooden legs?”, “why did yellow jacket bees give Ray an excuse to cut only half his lawn like some kind of white trash?”, and “if Cameron has to kill someone, why is he going to take them to Amarillo first?” 

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Caesar spends this episode chasing Ambiorix of the Eburones to revenge the deaths of Sabinus, Cotta and their legion at Atuatuca. We also talk in depth about Caesar's leadership style and why he wa...
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Mike Duncan, much beloved host of The History Of Rome and Revolutions podcasts, joins us to talk about Julius Caesar. 
Here's the show you've all been waiting for! Mike Duncan, much beloved host of The History Of Rome and Revolutions podcasts, joins us to talk about Julius Caesar. What more could you ask for? The (...
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After he returned from Britain in 54BCE, Julius Caesar learned that his mother and daughter had both died. As his daughter was happily married to Pompey, this is a not only a huge personal blow to ...
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Hey let's make fun of Ray before he gets here.
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RIP Lou and Dick. 
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Brilliant stuff!
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  • Motherlode.com.au
    Director, 2012 - present
  • Perdomo Cigars Australia
    Marketing Manager, 2010 - 2012
  • Microsoft
    1998 - 2004
  • Ozemail
    1996 - 1998
  • GDP
    2009 - 2010
  • The Podcast Network
    Co-Founder, 2005 - 2008
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Bundaberg - Melbourne, Australia
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Author, podcaster, strategist, historian, romantic.
Introduction
Enjoy thinking, writing, interviewing, strategising, historicizing, cigars, peaty single malts, smooth rums, chess, weird 70s films, camping and coffee. 

Co-host of the JuliusCaesar.life and AlexanderTheGreat.life podcasts. 

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Australia's original podcaster!
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  • Kepnock
  • Kalkie
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Great Brisbane cafe. The coffee, decor & service are second-to-none.
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John's Landing is a weird little place. We stayed there for a couple of nights over Xmas 2012. It's an extremely cheap ($5 / person per night) camping ground with a fairly new and clean shower and laundry unit. The set-up is pretty basic. There are no designated camping sites. Once you enter the grounds (having paid your entrance fee), you just plop yourself down anywhere you can find a spare piece of dirt (and it's mostly dirt). Many of the residents seem to live there permanently in caravans with furniture. It was fairly pleasant while we were there, pretty quiet of an evening. Certainly a lovely part of QLD - we got up on Xmas morning and drove 15 minutes into Noosa to spend the day on the beach.
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We ordered two double-shot skinny flat whites - our regular drink. The coffee looked fine, nice latte art, but the coffee itself was bitter. Wouldn't recommend but not sure where to get better around here yet.
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I'm visiting Cedar City from Australia with my wife who grew up here. We hit Grind yesterday and the coffee was terrible. I have to say though that the ambience is great. Very cool little place. Friendly staff & free wifi. We will probably go back today because desperate times call for desperate measures.
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They don't scrimp on the topping! Heaviest pizza I've had in ages. Flavour of my bbq chicken pizza was okay, nothing special, but the amount of topping made up for it.
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We were married on July 23, 2011, organised by Scenic Las Vegas Weddings. A huge thank you to Melissa for making it easy, fast and perfect! We couldn't be happier with how it turned out. Everything went smoothly, especially considering we only met Melissa and Maria (the Minister) for the first time 15 mins before the ceremony, and the photos were wonderful! Can't recommend them enough!
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Great service, very comfortable, leather chairs, soft jazz, lady brought me a cigar ashtray when she noticed I lit one, Whisky is served with an ice ball. Best presentation I have ever seen.
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