Who Cares? Magazine, Volume 3, Issue 12

Friday, March 27, 2009

Are Prince Charles and Camilla having trouble? Will homeopathic remedies resolve their trouble? Is Diana haunting them? Who Cares!

12 comments:

Jim Wright said...

Who cares? Sure as hell not me.

Observation: Royalty doesn't age well. Inbreeding and longevity, never a good combination.

Random Michelle K said...

I was just thinking it's lucky his sons take after their mother.

Jim Wright said...

Yeah, they have chins. ;)

Janiece Murphy said...

And hopefully critical thinking skills.

John the Scientist said...

Diana didn't bring a whole lot in the critical thinking department to the party. The Aristos are only slightly less in-bred than the Royals.

Think about the situation if this doofus was actually going to become a practicing head-of-state rather than a figurehead. What if he were born 300 years ago? Oh wait, they already had that - George III. :D

neurondoc said...

Inbreeding does tell, doesn't it?

Wendy said...

Other than the queen herself, the Royals in general are a not aging well at all.

And like Camilla was such a great addition, probably a good thing she didn't breed with that bunch...

WendyB_09

Random Michelle K said...

Say what you will, but William and Harry (even with Harry's slip-ups) do seem to be doing well, and also seem to be decent human beings--despite their life under a microscope.

So if Charles did nothing else right, he helped raise two thoughtful and caring young men.

Though I still think he's funny looking.

Janiece Murphy said...

Michelle, that appears to be true, so I'll give him credit for that.

I say "appears" because really, who knows what kind of people they are?

Random Michelle K said...

Well, Harry went to fight in Afghanistan despite the multiple outs he was given to stay out of a war zone.

I think that counts for a great deal.

And I think William has been involved in volunteer work in 3rd world countries.

So I think that counts for a lot.

John the Scientist said...

Michelle, Charles had minimal to do with how the boys were raised. Eton (or wherever they went) had more to do with their current character than he did.

Random Michelle K said...

That may be John, but he didn't fuck them up, so I think that counts for something.