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The film “Prince Charles, hypocrite” was released on YouTube earlier today. It highlights some of the inconsistencies involved in a very wealthy royal, who lives in several palaces, demanding that his subjects “live with less.”
Norman Geras asks a rare and unexpected Question to Which the Answer is Yes But Not in That Way.
The usual moonbats around the internet will conform to Sadie Smith’s Law, which is that [Osama bin Laden's Death][Big News Story] Will Prove Us All Right, by saying that what happened in Abbottabad (which sounds like an English [...]
Get set for Seismic Sunday. After Arsenal’s Aaron Ramsey stroked the ball home to defeat the Red Devils and tangle with Manchester United’s plan of imminently taking the title, thoughts swiftly shifted to 8 May.
The Royal Family doesn’t stir up the media monster. The monster doesn’t need stirring up. It wants blood and will have it no matter how this dysfunctional family tries to manage its public profile.
So, The Silence finally fell via a spot of post-hypnotic suggestion. River kisses the Doctor for the last time as they continue to travel down their timelines in opposite directions. And Amy may or may not be pregnant, but probably is, with said child having a “time head” or rather a Time Lord head not to mention body.
In March, I wrote about the strange history of a water-tank by the Pacific Coast Highway in Los Angeles which had been jollified by the street artist Banksy during a recent visit to Southern California, with the words “this looks a bit like an elephant.”
I write about why Tony Blair and Gordon Brown might not have been invited to the royal wedding in The Independent on Sunday today.
The wedding was quite interesting, and I am all for street parties, but I thought the refusal to invite Tony Blair and Gordon Brown was a spiteful act by an institution that cannot forgive Blair for having rescued it after the death of Diana in 1997.
The arrival of our new bikes from Trek has signalled the start of the “real” training. On Sunday we’ll be testing both our legs and the mountain bikes to the max with a 200-mile non-stop ride from Winchester to Eastbourne, and back again.
It is a sign of the deep-seated inequalities in our society, that the wedding of one couple is lauded over by the entire media, whilst so many family relationships struggle under the strain of daily life.
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