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Yeah, well, what are you going to do about it? Start a blog that the British should quit supporting their Royals?
Sheesh They already own a lot of country, and unless there is a revolution, they will remain, and mind their manners.
The younger generation of them seem to be very global equity/environmental types in thinking and have some influence.
No, no... it is just that one has to learn how to play. For example, any musical instrument, if one is dedicated to learning the tone, vibration, rhythm, one can use to create an epiphany! There can be a symphony of emotions and feelings to reach the ultimate climax of the musical experience.
Sorry, being naughty...
I have no issues with the Royals they represent a by gone age which is unlikely to return a time where kids respected the Police and schools were safe
When was that? A time when people demanded that women were not "chattel", and had a right to be an actual person, in Constitutional terms, with a right to vote.
Patriarchy is women's first battle, elst the whole earth will die.
Have you eaten yours Snickers yet?
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Really? That is your response to what is essentially a male/war/destroy value, versus a female/grow/ nurture value?
When will they ever learn...
I can't watch the ad in my country.
There was a time when police were respected and teachers had no fear , there was even a time when kids played in the streets all day and even had fun
I remember that time.
There were lots of kids in our street, so it was just a case of "Be home for dinner".
Helicopter parents might have existed, but I never knew any.