To be more specific why I'm not inetersted in Britain's Royal
Family, one of the reasons is that I love 1776 and how we "elect"
our government officials - Furthermore our ruling class status can
be achieved by hard work & luck (like in a Horatio Alger story).
I like how in this country a self educated man full of integrity,
morals and discipline can be president, such as, Abraham Lincoln.
I like how, for the most part, people can define their own fate in
life (and death).
I like how this country of ours created masterful authors like Jack
London who depicted an incredible American life like no other.
Sure, I appreciate other cultures and even got an A+ in Cultural
Anthropology at PSU and love the poerty and artistry of
Michelangelo. But Mick Jagger is more fascinating to me than
Britain's Royal Family.
Best of the American Beauty Roses,
John French <email@example.com> wrote:
Typically I do not like to watch, read or listen to anything
about the Britain's Royal Family.
I just don't care, find it uninteresting and boring. I mean,
really, what's interesting about Britain's Royal Family? How is
it going to make me more interesting, enlightened,
Moreover, the only king I've ever really dug has been King
However, since I like the way Lisa tells stories I tuned-in and
found the coverage smart. Lisa is a very good Entertainment
Correspondent that can even make the shallow obsessions of
others slightly interesting to apathetic Pittsburghers like me.
I'd rather see her interview Ryan Adams though or like hear her
take on the documentary called the Fearless Freaks on the band
the Flaming Lips. And, most of all, I'd like to see her
interview a nonchalant, successful, long lasting dynamic rocker
who had made it and does it on his onw terms but yet is still
commercially viable enough to constantly tour, engage audiences
and sell nice amount of records = yeah, Mr. Michael Glabicki (of
Best of the Pink Roses,