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April 30, 2011

Listen up Brits


Posted by Vanderleun at April 30, 2011 7:20 PM. This is an entry on the sideblog of American Digest: Check it out.

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Ok, being a lowly woman, I did, initially, fall for the fairytale grandeur of it all. Then I noticed the princess looked a bit... haggared.. and Wills.. what's up with that bald spot? Prince Charming didn't have a bald spot! The bride, as beautiful as she is for her age, was upstaged by her breathtakingly beautiful (younger?) sister, sorry to say. Even the bridal dress was anti-climactic for me (and, let's face it, the wedding dress is more relevant than the groom!). I was just beginning to feel warm and fuzzy at the sight of Granny, looking very proud in her lemon-yellow ensemble, when I remembered Granny is the Queen of England and I, much to my relief, am an American. I give the marriage 8 to 12 years, tops. Having said all that, there were gratifying aspects, the best being that this perfect display of pomp and reverence and tradition RESETS Western Culture and its global dominance (and dare I say, Christendom) as the center of the universe again! That was VERY refreshing. In addition, this event single-handedly crushes to a pulp the self-importance of the narcististic Hollywood celebs, music celebs and Liberal Elites who have, quite mistakenly, deemed themselves America's Nobility, Royalty, or in the case of Barack Obama, Deity. The fact that the Obama's were not invited was a nice touch, because I could not have handled watching Michelle putting her arm around the Queen again.

Posted by: RedCarolina at May 1, 2011 4:26 AM

The royal wedding was simply chick porn.

Posted by: Donald Sensing at May 1, 2011 7:58 AM


Good point about resetting Western Culture/Civ.

We in the US dare not mention the name of the
800 lb gorilla in the room.

Posted by: GaGator at May 1, 2011 9:24 AM

I read somewhere that celebrity is the form that royalty takes in non-aristocratic society.

And yes, a great thing about our independence is we can be snarky or dismissive or such occasions.

And YOWZA, Kate's sister--but then she's not married and getting a really big opportunity to showcase her assets.

Posted by: Sam L. at May 1, 2011 9:53 AM

Folks, it's been over 200 years, and the Britain of 1776 is not the Britain of 2011. It harms you not, why the blithering snark?

Posted by: Alan Kellogg at May 1, 2011 8:10 PM

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