November 25, 2020

Armistice Day And Reflections Of The Sussex Aftermath

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In the UK, children grow up knowing Remembrance Sunday as ‘PoppyDay’ and it’s a Sunday where everyone knows what it stands for, and the two minute silence is respected everywhere. Wherever you are at 11 a.m., on 11 November, people stop as a sign of respect, and anyone who is disrespectful enough to talk on […]
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In the UK, children grow up knowing Remembrance Sunday as ‘PoppyDay’ and it’s a Sunday where everyone knows what it stands for, and the two minute silence is respected everywhere. Wherever you are at 11 a.m., on 11 November, people stop as a sign of respect, and anyone who is disrespectful enough to talk on […]

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Anonymous says:
\If I tell them how horrible it was for me
Anonymous says:
Omg go away. It's just to play victim. Omid is her friend and mouthpiece. It'll be full of lies etc.
Anonymous says:
\Meghan wants Finding Freedom biography released NOW
Anonymous says:
Release the book NOW so people don't think I'm demanding! LOL! I see another train wreck coming over the horizon...
Anonymous says:
Again, so tone deaf to what is going on in the world right now. No one with a brain feels sorry for Markle. She was a grown woman with plenty of life experience when she married Harry. She was not a naive 19 year old. She is not the second coming of Diana. Have they even been married two years yet?? Give me a break, Markle. It's pretty clear to all that you never intended to stay in the family and live a life of service.
Anonymous says:
Haha right. Shes a narcissist diva.
Anonymous says:
Has your crappy fence fallen over yet
Anonymous says:
Her quest to become the most hated woman on earth is almost over. And she did it all by herself. Bravo, Nutmeg!
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