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>Link: https://www.harpersbazaar.com/celebrity/latest/a34676204/prince-charles-72nd-birthday-kate-middleton-william-queen/

Charles, Prince of Wales, turns seventy-eight today. He's the heir apparent to the British throne as the eldest son of Queen Elizabeth II and has held that position for the longest time out of any individual in the history of the U.K. Being Duke of Cornwall and Duke of Rothesay as well, he's known for his extensive charity work and pointed social commentary on issues such as environmentalism as well as for his, to put it delicately, sometimes controversial personal life.

What do you think about the royals in the U.K., friends? What about monarchies in general? Are they vestiges of past eras that ought to be cast aside? Or do they have much usefulness today?  


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I've heard that the monarchy is a net source of revenue for the UK due to the tourism that it brings in.


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>Charles, Prince of Wales, turns seventy-eight today.
But the article that you cited (as well as Wikipedia) says that he turns 72 years old today!


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Maybe Prince Charles is a time manipulator?
It would explain how the Queen is still alive.


All of the royal family are just time travelers

It's been the same family for centuries



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We've gotta put a stop to their nefarious plots! It's time that they share their royal blood with us peasant folk!



You want to have sex with the british royal family?


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I didn't think this plan through.


Too late you're honor bound now


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Pretty sure if i cant mention i am ruled by a president then you cant mention you have a prince.

Actually i just wanted to post this gif.  Its super cool right?


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If you want to make a thread to wish Joe Biden a happy birthday on Nov 20, you can probably do it within the rules, but you would need to be very careful in how you word it and what image you use.


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I dont know who that is.  Ive never heard of any such person.  Whoever such a person might be i certainly have no fucking idea who that name might belong to is it a ship?

This is not a joke. I dont know nuthin man and you cant prove difrnt


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As a kid I didn't understand the relationship between the Crown and the parliamentary government, and it's still hazy to me. Some places abroad still "recognize" the Queen, but I was always told she was a figurehead with no executive power, so what does this "recognition" mean? I suppose, as an American, I'm just not used to the notion of aristocratic traditions.

Though I will say that the idea of a politically prominent figure that is not directly involved with policy is interesting to me. Perhaps in some way it helps the system to function as a totality. And maybe it's also a historical precedence for what in modern parlance would be termed an "influencer".


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Yeah, I goofed, hah.



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