While admitting he didn’t understand it, Prince Harry the other day called the First Amendment to the U.S. Constitution “Bonkers.” This prompted Sean Hannity to go on TV attacking the prince and defending the first amendment. Hannity didn’t admit it, but based on what he reportedly said, he doesn’t seem to understand it either.
A letter came in the mail on Saturday, as letters sometimes do. This one was from a local car dealer and promised me that it could put me in a new vehicle and at the same time reduce my monthly payment. I do own a vehicle that dealer sells, but I bought it 11 years ago, and I paid cash. I must confess this has me wondering just how much lower he can make my monthly payment.
Is anyone else here watching the Smithsonian Channel’s series about the Tower of London? It’s of particular interest to my wife and me because one of the people they feature on the show is Yeoman Warder Chris Skaife, who guided our tour of the Tower when we visited 7 years ago this month. He’s in charge of the Tower’s ravens. That’s important because according to legend, if there are no ravens at the tower, the monarchy will fall. His official title is Raven Master, but when we took our tour with him in 2014, he called himself the raven lunatic.
I hate when that happens. I called a doctor’s office during the scheduled office hours to make an appointment and got a recorded message asking me to call during normal business hours.
It’s just a guess on my part, but it seems likely to me that some or all of the unfavorable stories surfacing recently about Bill Gates may be coming from his wife’s divorce attorneys.