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The Britain That Doesnt Rage « Back to Story
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Wes: It is dubious. Frivolity and folly spring to mind, which is not good. Let alone profoundly healthy.
I'm curious if their ancestors would approve :)
A 'glorification' of a living embodiment of over a thousand years of continous culture and history isn't dubious. It is profoundly healthy.
Anyone else think it dubious to use the glorification of royal weddings (and the attire they wear) as a sign of England's health?
I opine that to get the loan from banks you ought to have a great motivation. But, once I have got a sba loan, just because I was willing to buy a car.