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DIANA’S DEATH IS ‘TREATED AS A JOKE’

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Old 12-09-2007, 11:02 AM
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Well he has the freedom of expression to do it so there's no daring about it. He can express himself as he chooses, whether that's tasteful or not is up to the locked minds of a backward society.
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Well he has the freedom of expression to do it so there's no daring about it. He can express himself as he chooses, whether that's tasteful or not is up to the locked minds of a backward society.
So you respect that someone treats a person of "assassin" ? From the moment you make a judgement like that, it's not freedom of expression, it's condemnation.
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Old 12-09-2007, 12:18 PM
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It's not my place to judge or censor someone else's self-expression. If the individuals themselves want to sue or kick up a stink then that's their affair but until they do, it remains what it is - expressionism. I didn't say I respect it or like it, I just recognise the right the guy has to do what he's done.
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No there isn't. This person must have alot of time on their hands.
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Old 12-10-2007, 06:58 PM
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This "artist" is really just in it for the shock value; look at his other exploits. I cannot believe he would plan something so grossly insensitive! What a "interesting" person he must be.....
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Princess Diana dresses exhibit has drawn 20,000 visitors

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The writer of the article spelled Wales wrong.
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Just a reprint of the Dirty Mail story from last week, with the added relish of the old 'Wails' spelling.
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It's last chance to see exhibit of Diana's dresses
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How interesting. :)
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Old 12-26-2007, 02:42 PM
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How strange -
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struck by a picture of Diana wearing her crown. Gyo thought, 'That's perfect. Here we have the crown of the building, and the nickname for the city is Queen City.
Did it pass him by that Diana was never a queen?
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He probably ment tiara but its lovely that she inspired an architect to construct a crown on a building in Queen city.
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My god, this man is sick ! I never liked the idea of having in possession a lock of someone who died ; it sounds too weird for me.
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My god, this man is sick ! I never liked the idea of having in possession a lock of someone who died ; it sounds too weird for me.
Ahhh, but we English are weird.

MOURNING JEWELLERY Mourning or memorial jewellery has been worn since the middle ages and became popular in the 15th and 16th century in England.

The deceased name age and date of birth and death were written around the shank of the ring.A loved ones hair was plaited and set under the crystal or glass on the back of a brooch or ribbon slide.At the end of the 18th century rings and brooches depicted funereal urns and ivory plaques in blue black or white enamel set with diamonds ,pastes ,pearls etc.During and after the Regency period, chains ,rings, pendants and brooches were made from finely plaited hair from the head of the deceased.


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