Tag Archives: Americans and the British

Doing the Nasty

Yes, it was very odd – his Royal Highness Prince Charles, the stiff and goofy sixty-three-year-old Prince of Wales, in giant earphones trying his hand at being a techno-trance DJ – but being a good sport about it. And of … Continue reading

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Our British Cousins

We’ve always had an odd relationship with the British. We were a British colony, and then we fought a long and bloody war to gain our independence. They were the bad guys, taxing us for their own ends and generally … Continue reading

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