I guess intelligence runs in the family.
wise to decline!ALOHA to YOUfrom HonoluluComfort Spiral =^..^=
Good thing he declined.
Good for him.
The smart genes were overflowing in that lineage:D
Happy Saturday, Adam!
Probably had other things to do.
I wouldn't treat a king either.... unless it's Elven King Thranduil
What? He didn't want to treat the Mad King?
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George III eventually became mentally ill, so that's probably why
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Smart man! Not much future in treating a Mad King!
Seems greatness ran in the family
I think there's a bridge in Rotterdam named Erasmus!
Probably a smart decision since George III ended up insane,
Nice fact, I always learn something when I come on your blog :)
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Good thing he turned it down, huh? I guess Erasmus didn't want to get the blame when George went crackers.
does that mean he was a scientist too?