28 October 2011

Thinking Paper #177: Royal does as Royal says as Royal does‏

By Ron Ford Golightly

Abstract

What? Correct. Prince David Cameron III of Heffinborough has made a statement about Royal succession: (a) because it's Friday (b) because he had some time to kill on his way to Australia to see Jody Foster and (c) because he wants to talk about anything other than Europe.


David "the Ham" Cam has "struck" a "deal" "today" to "abolish" a 300 year old ruling that means the eldest daughter of the Duke and Duchess of Airlines could not be crowned Queen if she or he or it had a younger brother, sister, cousin, something, limited gene pool etc.

Concluding comments

Someone once fought for a piece of land and some riches and won. They were called a King. Some time later descendents of this person still own the land and money and the houses and the gravel filled driveways, but they don't want to fight over the land now because it's in their name. Or something. And then they'll do some charity work and everything will be ok.

We think that we support this move.

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