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Join veteran podcasters Ray Harris (The World War II Podcast) and Cameron Reilly (The Napoleon Bonaparte Podcast) as they go on a journey to discover the true story about the Caesars.



WARNING: This podcast contains jokes, rude words and music.

Life Of Caesar Cameron Reilly & Ray Harris

    • History
    • 4.4, 376 Ratings

Join veteran podcasters Ray Harris (The World War II Podcast) and Cameron Reilly (The Napoleon Bonaparte Podcast) as they go on a journey to discover the true story about the Caesars.



WARNING: This podcast contains jokes, rude words and music.

Customer Reviews

4.4 out of 5
376 Ratings
376 Ratings
Dr Feggistan ,

It only hurts the first time

I am one of those longtime years-long dedicated listeners who Ray and Cam probably hate. I started with penetrating the entirety of Napoleon and began but didn’t quite come to finish Ray’s WWII and continued with the now classic deep holes of Caesar and Augustus. Basically, I took in and put out all I could without so much as leaving a leaving a single review or contributing a dime. Finally I have risen to the occasion.

I find it most satisfying to listen to this podcast while watching gay porn. While I myself am heterosexual, I feel that it brings out a better image of their up and down banter a frivolity. So far, my favorite Ray and Cam gay porn pairings that I recommend are A Few Hard Men and Oklahomo!.

Overall, their show gives me the benefits of a historical boost to the brain, along with a stain on my soul that I can’t wash off.

Qui bono? You do.

Wubbelz21 ,

#1 USA

I AM HYPED ABOUT USA AND RAY AND CAM. They make me laugh and I will always have a soft spot for people that can make me smile while I hate my life at work and at the same time enrich my mind with some history. Great job guys, keep it up! Don’t let the haters get you down Cam

Mikhailway6 ,

Sleeping with the caesars

Ray and Cam continue their excellent series and are now on to the emperor Tiberius. Plenty of us long time listeners are fearful of what they will dig up and compare to their own heterosexual man love sessions in Vegas, but they keep their facts straight as much as Plutarch, Suetonius and their ilk permit with the scant historical sources remaining to us today. Yes this is a history podcast and yes they DO read books to back up their statements, so take them seriously even while you laugh at their sometimes bad but often very good jokes and rants on topics you might not think have a bearing on the topic at hand. This e kind of podcast to fall asleep too, but is more the kind that finds you giggling in the supermarket while you pick out your favorite Gallic cheeses. Bravo gentlemen, keep up the good work and PLEASE do consider doing a podcast on the founding and early Roman republic. —mikhailway

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