Did he ever actually change from...whatever?How much he has changed.
Kids today, don't know they're born. They wouldn't know what chafing chain mail feels like. And getting a splinter off your axe handle was no laughing matter, either.Looking at those naked feet of his thrust out towards the camera lens... they aren't feet that have done hard years being jammed into boots DMS of a size too small because the QM refused to replace 'until worn out'... I'm jealous of his lack of bunions... I have DMS feet and gnarled toes that would make a tramp wince... even more reason for me to dislike him now...
...hmmm... yes I may have gone off on a podiatric ailment tangent there.... anyway, Harry,,,grrrr….Kids today, don't know they're born. They wouldn't know what chafing chain mail feels like. And getting a splinter off your axe handle was no laughing matter, either.
For fear that the rest of us might wonder why 'old money' entitles its possessors to an unchallenged place in government?
I think a cover of Blue Minks "Melting Pot" would be ideal . Decades a head of its time , and strangely not heard a lot nowadaysI honestly think we are only a few days away of these two giving us their version of "I'd like to teach the world to sing"
A wee woke anthem with their friends swaying along in the background
Not that strange. A bandwagon came along, it was jumped on. Everyone one else jumped on...and strangely not heard a lot nowadays
Not that strange. A bandwagon came along, it was jumped on. Everyone one else jumped on...
A song by pop-group Blue Mink that refers to 'coffee-coloured people' and a 'Red Indian boy' was removed from a radio station after a listener complained.
Ofcom received one complaint about offensive language after 1969 racial harmony track Melting Pot was played on Gold.
The station's parent company Global permanently removed the song, whose lyrics also include 'yellow Chinkees' and 'curly Latin kinkies'.
The lyrics mention 'yellow Chinkees' and 'curly Latin kinkies'. Ofcom received one complaint after the song was played on Gold radio station on AM radio in London, Manchester, Derby and Nottingham.www.dailymail.co.uk
That actually got me thinking a bit, and remembering @woopert in #10,081 who said that he always wanted to get out, I flashed back to his mum's funeral.Did he ever actually change from...whatever?
Begs questions of what toxic levels of ill feeling he has always harboured following his mother's issues with the RF. He was only an impressionable kid at the time. That trauma must have been suffocating. How does he feel even about Dad porking Old Roadmap before the wedding? What convos went on between he and Uncle Spencer in the years afterwards? The same Uncle who stated openly to the world he's "protect" the boys from the RF...at his mother's funeral. Who knows? Long term damaged goods I'd wager.
Oh, the media? When he said 'history repeating itself' I thought he meant he was worried that Megan would soon have an Arab hanging out the back of her....