Prince Philip leaves hospital

Prince Philip leaves hospital

There are 8 comments on the Bangkok Post story from Jun 9, 2012, titled Prince Philip leaves hospital. In it, Bangkok Post reports that:

Britain's Prince Philip, the husband of Queen Elizabeth II, left hospital on Saturday after five days of treatment for a bladder infection that sparked concerns for the 90-year-old's health.

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Giggsy

UK

#1 Jun 9, 2012
Who gives a sh!t.?

To Educate One Hundred

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#2 Jun 10, 2012
Obviously the Bangkok fcuking Post ;)
ronan

UK

#4 Jun 11, 2012
Giggsy wrote:
Who gives a sh!t.?
Any royalist would.

Beside Prince Philip is quite a character.
Ronans Pikie Cousins

UK

#5 Jun 11, 2012
ronan wrote:
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Any royalist would.
Beside Prince Philip is quite a character.
this is from the same poster who has been insulting the whole family for not being Stuarts.
ronan

UK

#6 Jun 11, 2012
Ronans Pikie Cousins wrote:
<quoted text>this is from the same poster who has been insulting the whole family for not being Stuarts.
Sorry?

I have never 'insulted' the royal family at all.
Just find me a quote where I said that!

I only mentioned that the demise of the Stuarts was a palace revolution orchestrated by enemies of the king, that brought foreigners to the throne of England.

That wasn't strictly justified at the time.

Nothing to do with the present royal family which I admire immensely.

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#7 Jun 11, 2012
Admire the contents of my toilet bowl.
got a right one here

UK

#8 Jun 11, 2012
ronan wrote:
<quoted text>
Sorry?
I have never 'insulted' the royal family at all.
Just find me a quote where I said that!
I only mentioned that the demise of the Stuarts was a palace revolution orchestrated by enemies of the king, that brought foreigners to the throne of England.
That wasn't strictly justified at the time.
Nothing to do with the present royal family which I admire immensely.
well, most people thought it WAS justified, except some "rebellious Scots". And look who is grumbling about "foreigners"!
ronan

UK

#9 Jun 11, 2012
got a right one here wrote:
<quoted text>well, most people thought it WAS justified, except some "rebellious Scots". And look who is grumbling about "foreigners"!
I am not "grumbling", I am just discussing events.
Can't you see the difference, or are you just too obtuse to understand?
It's you who maliciously put a spin on everything I write.

This Protestant 'relative' William of Orange may have seemed to be the right expedient for some of King James enemies, but it brought with it the end of a British lineage (England and Scotland) being part of the British Isles) and the begining of foreign dynasties.

In centuries to come, many English noble families 'grumbled' at that fact, not just the "rebellious Scots".

We even had Kings whose main residence wasn't England at all but Hannover, and others who couldn't speak English!

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