I'd have preferred
"comments written by the Daily Mail were not only taken out of context but also, total fabrications."
How can they be both?
The Mayor of Gila Bend, Arizona has offered Prince Harry a pizza supper and a "beer summit" to lay to rest claims that he warned the third in line to the throne off fornicating with the local ladies. However, the proposed booze-up is bound to be interpreted as a cunning ruse designed to render the playboy prince incapable of …
Who the hell cares?
Seriously, does this have ANY affect on anyone reading this? What difference does it make in the great scheme of things?
The entire "British royal family" thingie is an anachronism, and a boondoggle ... I mean, seriously, when was the last time any of 'em did anything useful?
Don't know if your being ironic or not but...
Wills saves people from drowning and other cool helicopter rescue type stuff and Harry is active in the Army.
The Prince's Trust on is helping young people into employment amongst lots of other things.
Plus the whole wedding thing gave us a reprieve from the doom and gloom pumped at us by the media on a minute by minute basis.
Whether you like or loathe them or are in between to say they don't do anything useful is a little bit of a lie.
Personally, i'm fed up with the incompetent, lying thieving scum that run the country.
I want to terminate our failed experiment with democracy, abolish parliament and let HM do the job instead. I think we should have a referendum on this important issue.
It won't ever happen, but I can see the prospect making politicians very, very worried.
The 1689 Bill of Rights describes in detail what happened last time. It also pretty much describes what is happening now.
What we actually need is a 100% libertarian constitution with checks and balances that ensure that any new statute complies with the said constitution.
We also need to abolish groups, alliances or other versions of political parties in parliament. Only then will we see a decent future (for the next 400 years or so until function creep sets in and we all go around again).
"Gila Bend, bringing the small Arizona town a rare blast of the international spotlight."
Back in the 70s, the city's politicos (possibly just the mayor) regularly had Gila Bend report temperatures about 5 degrees higher than actual so the weather forecasters nationwide would report "... and the nation's high was 115 in Gila Bend, AZ". (In fahrenheit, of course.) This was all a publicity stunt, and it worked.
Please caution Prince Harry that the men in that area (and sometimes the women) are particularly fond of shooting and are very likely to have a rifle, shotgun, or pistol (sometimes several of each). They are likely to take umbrage to slights quite easily when they perceive they are provoked. I really would hate for someone to cause a truly international incident by shooting Prince Harry because of his attentions to their favored one.
BTW, I spent 6 long weeks there in summer 1965, performing electronic experiments at the Gila Bend Auxiliary Air Force Base out amongst the Saguaro cactus. It gets hot there in the summer time!!! Very hot.
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