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#778220 - 01/13/05 11:18 PM Re: Coffee Room Post
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Never mind.
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#778221 - 01/14/05 12:21 AM Re: Coffee Room Post
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Originally posted by Tom--K:
I hear the queens a fun girl, too--it runs in the family.

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#778222 - 01/14/05 06:07 AM Re: Coffee Room Post
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So what do you suggest be done?
Apparently, Prince Charles is clear on what should be done. He is reported to be seriously cheesed off about this. Both sons will be paying an unglamorous visit to Auschwitz shortly to Learn A Thing Or Two.

Sounds like a nice start.

Oh, and we now know how it is that his guards/advisors let him go out looking like that. He wore a coat over the costume, which obscured the offending insignia. Makes sense. Kinda shows he knew he was doing the wrong thing.

Ah, well. Look on the bright side. He wasn't caught on film sucking someone's toes! \:\)

Cindy -- wondering how much the tabloids pay for a picture like that
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#778223 - 01/14/05 08:13 AM Re: Coffee Room Post
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I agree , the Prince of Wales decision to send the two lads on a cultural sensitivity tour to Auschwitz is probably a good start. While in the area they ought to take a side trip to Kyiv (formerly Kiev) and visit the memorial at Babi Yar [/b] where the SS machine gunned 33,000 resident Jews over the space of two days. Over the ensuing months the Nazis then processed the local Ukrainian and Russian population in the same ravine. In total 100,000 victims were slaughtered there.
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#778224 - 01/14/05 08:35 AM Re: Coffee Room Post
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Originally posted by Tom--K:
I hear the queens a fun girl, too--it runs in the family.

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Hm, I think she's too tall for her sunbed...
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#778225 - 01/14/05 11:14 AM Re: Coffee Room Post
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Good to see the British press are taking this seriously anyway. \:D

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#778226 - 01/14/05 11:40 AM Re: Coffee Room Post
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ycul - Why exactly do you guys still have a royal family anyway? I'll give the French credit for one thing, at least.

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#778227 - 01/14/05 11:46 AM Re: Coffee Room Post
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Originally posted by ycul:
Good to see the British press are taking this seriously anyway. \:D

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What's a father to do? You do everything to raise them as aristocrats and they wind up associating with a lower worker class socialist movement that was a product of complex historical contingencies...
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#778228 - 01/14/05 11:52 AM Re: Coffee Room Post
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Originally posted by Jeffrey:
ycul - Why exactly do you guys still have a royal family anyway? I'll give the French credit for one thing, at least. [/b]
Jeffrey - no idea mate, it's not something that interests me.
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