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July 16, 2007

It's good to be queen


Graham Bowley's story in yesterday's New York Times, smack on the front page of the Business section with the photo above appearing atop the fold, was all about the British royal family's wealth.

What interested me was a detail of the photo.

Look at the picture very carefully: what do you see?

Maybe it's because I've been reading too much spy fiction lately but the first thing I saw were the wired earpieces in the coachmens' ears —


bet they didn't have those back in the day of Henry VIII, what?

Or did they say w00t back then?

I'll bet you anything those two guys are packing heat Henry never dreamed of.

July 16, 2007 at 12:01 PM | Permalink


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