Prince Philip died today. So did some Rapper DMX dude. The day Michael Jackson died, Farrah Fawcett also died. Depending on your interest, one or the other meant more to you. In general, though, I would say Prince Philip was more famous than Rapper DMX, and Michael Jackson famous more than Farrah Fawcett, at least at the time he died. I wonder if they had a chance to reflect on it, would either DMX or Farrah would have complained, “C’mon man! Couldn’t you have waited one more day to die?”. To die in the spotlight rather in someone’s death shadow. Such a curse for fame. But does it exist?
This is a yet to be finished collection of Facebook Cover Photos for its Timeline Profile layout. There will be over 200 cover photos by the time I’m done, which I hope will be about March 5th. Please come back for more once in a while. After all, you can only use one at a time on your Facebook profile. 🙂
OK. So the Willie Kate British royal wedding is over. What do you think is going to be the next real big royal event?
By real big, I mean something with either a lot of shock or pomp and circumstance. The examples are in the survey below so please do take a moment to cast a vote!
We’ll see the people can predict the future! 🙂
If you think it’ll be William and Kate’s first child, why not take a vote at how long they should wait in my poll earlier today?
With the Prince William to Kate Middleton royal wedding now over with, the next real big British royalty moment everyone is looking forward to could well be the birth of their first child and the yet next heir to the British throne. Sure, Prince Harry’s wedding would be a big event. Phillip and the Queen are both getting on in years so they may pass, which would also be a big event. Charles may divorce again, too, and Fate may throw in a twist here and there. However, the real big event everyone would be looking forward to would be the birth of Prince William and Kate Middleton’s first child.
So how long should they wait?
If I don’t have enough options for you, add your own in the comments.
In the handful of times I have performed this song in public, I have jokingly introduced it as the song that might get me kicked out of the Commonwealth one day. That’s because it bemoans the state of the Canadian stamp with Queen Elizabeth II’s face on it on it as she ages. I don’t know why Canada Post decided to have an embossing of the Queen’s profile, like on the back of a coin, for many years during her youth, on its Queenie stamp. Then, sometime in late 80s, as the Queen started nearing seniority, Canada Post decided to put her senior face on the stamp, a face that would only wrinkle away as any other does with age.