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Dr. Anthony J. Toole 06-08-2019 01:28 AM

The Queen's Greatest Moments
 
She's a moody old cow but nonetheless she has been known to have fun sometimes. There was becoming Queen, I guess. And getting married and having children, grandchildren and great-grandchildren, yada yada pretty run of the mill stuff.

All those royal weddings, becoming the longest reigning monarch of all time, vacationing on your own yacht and multiple castles for most of the year. Boring.

That about rounds it up. Oh, and meeting Trump - probably the highlight I would say. And not just me.

Elmer G. White 06-08-2019 02:04 AM

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Originally Posted by Dr. Anthony J. Toole (Post 1253007)
She's a moody old cow but nonetheless she has been known to have fun sometimes. There was becoming Queen, I guess. And getting married and having children, grandchildren and great-grandchildren, yada yada pretty run of the mill stuff.

All those royal weddings, becoming the longest reigning monarch of all time, vacationing on your own yacht and multiple castles for most of the year. Boring.

That about rounds it up. Oh, and meeting Trump - probably the highlight I would say. And not just me.

Mr. Toole,

From your somewhat secular but apparently relatively reliable link:
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The meeting with the Queen was incredible. I think I can say I really got to know her because I sat with her many times and we had automatic chemistry, you will understand that feeling. It’s a good feeling. But she’s a spectacular woman.”
This can mean one thing and one only. The relationship with the Melanie has served its purpose and President Trump has to move on better service the growing needs of Jesus Christ.

We must only hope that the rate of the Biblical shekel to the Godly U.S. $ has not risen too high for President Trump to reclaim the Queen as His newest trophy and spouse.

Deuteronomy 22:29
Then the man that lay with her shall give unto the damsel's father fifty shekels of silver, and she shall be his wife; because he hath humbled her, he may not put her away all his days.

Who's the Queen's father, by the way? Or could the NHS or the British steel industry act as proxies for her paternal progenitor? They don't obviously need the money with the extra 350 million £ pouring in every week now that the UK has discarded the Eurotrash Union? Or perhaps Mr. Nigel Farage as the once and future king of England would be a suitable father figure for our presidential suitor?


Yours in Christ,

Elmer :bye:

Isabella White 06-08-2019 02:35 AM

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Originally Posted by Elmer G. White (Post 1253012)
Or perhaps Mr. Nigel Farage as the once and future king of England would be a suitable father figure for our presidential suitor?
Yours in Christ,
Elmer :bye:

Oh, dear Brother Elmer: I hope you won't mind me throwing my two cents in here, but I don't think Mr. Farage will ever be the King of England. But I think that your reference to the connection (the Presidential suitor) might, in fact, be the key to the next king. You see, it is said that there was a bit of a "spark" between Princess Diana and Mr. Trump. He said that if they were to become involved with each other, then he could very well end up being King of England. I wonder if this recent meeting with the Queen had anything to do with our God-sent President becoming England's next monarch, and sorting out this Brexit mess -- possibly to amalgamate the UK with :america:?

https://dailysoundandfury.com/omg-tr...ng-of-england/

A blessed evening to you, dear Brother White,
Sincerely, Isabella W.

Dr. Anthony J. Toole 06-08-2019 03:23 AM

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With Mr. Trump installed as King of England, could he give Nigel Farage Australia or New Zealand as compensation for great services to... wait, is he even American? Remind me why we like Mr. Farage again.

Johny Joe Hold 06-08-2019 03:54 AM

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You can see from the press coverage the Queen had been looking forward to spending time with President Trump. No doubt is was the highlight of her many years of Royalty. My guess is that when out of sight from the press she asked him for his autograph.

Isabella White 06-08-2019 01:23 PM

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Originally Posted by Johny Joe Hold (Post 1253020)
You can see from the press coverage the Queen had been looking forward to spending time with President Trump. No doubt is was the highlight of her many years of Royalty. My guess is that when out of sight from the press she asked him for his autograph.

It wouldn't surprise me, dear Brother Hold, if that happened. I also have a hunch that our Godly President shared his coronation plans with the Queen. Her "Trooping the Color" birthday celebration is today and, at the age of 93, he knows that time is of the essence.

A blessed day to you, dear Brother Mayor Hold.
Sincerely, Isabella W.
http://www.davegranlund.com/cartoons...th-meeting.png

BrotherLarry 06-08-2019 01:24 PM

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I anticipate Her Majesty will become one of my closest friends should I take Sister Joanna’s offer. I will teach a queen how to have fun as I have many times. My next plan is to convince her to make Landover Baptist the official British church with Pastor Ezekiel as its head. Yes the Englanders are in for some sweeping changes.

Dr Laurence Niles 06-08-2019 02:01 PM

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I like the way both of them were chosen by God.

Romans 13:1 Let every soul be subject unto the higher powers. For there is no power but of God: the powers that be are ordained of God.


YIC

Dr. Anthony J. Toole 06-08-2019 08:09 PM

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I wonder if the Queen will live to Preside (heh!) over the dissolution of the United Kingdom. It's fitting in so many ways #meToo and could be the most fun.

Joanna Lytton-Vasey 06-08-2019 08:32 PM

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Originally Posted by Isabella White (Post 1253014)
Oh, dear Brother Elmer: I hope you won't mind me throwing my two cents in here, but I don't think Mr. Farage will ever be the King of England.

Well, Sister, given enough fatalities pretty much anyone in Britain might become King of England - though not the women, obviously. :rofl3:

That said, I think it unlikely that either Mr Farage or President Trump will take on the role. The Diana connection is interesting, though. Prince William is certainly very tall and was blond before he lost his hair (baldness being a disability that is passed through the maternal line, as I understand it). In a just world, he would have been rewarded with his true father's surname. But if an innocent pretense brings some decent heritage to the crown, who are we to criticize?

Dennis Lukes 06-08-2019 08:58 PM

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Originally Posted by Dr. Anthony J. Toole (Post 1253007)
longest reigning monarch of all time

Sixth longest reigning, in point of fact. This batty old hag is going around claiming to be THE longest reigning monarch, but it's fake news. She's a liar and a fraud.


Congratulations anyway, Queen Lizzie, on ascending to a throne you inherited because your Nazi uncle abdicated to marry a slut from Baltimore and then your stuttering mediocrity of a father died young. Congratulations on being born in a time when we have modern medicine, relative peace, and constitutional monarchies, so you haven't dropped dead of bubonic plague or gotten killed by a scheming relative who wants to take the throne for themselves. Great job :thumbsup:. You sure worked hard for those achievements! Enjoy them while they last, because very soon Jesus is coming for you, and He isn't pleased.


http://1.bp.blogspot.com/-3-z5M1L6sW...ngry-jesus.jpg

BrotherLarry 06-08-2019 11:58 PM

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Since I am to soon be one of Her Majesty's loyal subjects, I wish you could tone it down a bit when speaking of her in unglowing terms. When I am knighted, which is sure to happen should I move to the UK, I shall have to defend the Crown and I really don't want to have to lose friends in the process.


So please be nice to my Sovereign and respect me as one of her soon-to-be-favorite people in the land.


She still hasn't responded to my email, but hey: think how many she gets in just one hour, let alone one day.

Dennis Lukes 06-09-2019 01:54 AM

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Originally Posted by BrotherLarry (Post 1253091)
Since I am to soon be one of Her Majesty's loyal subjects, I wish you could tone it down a bit when speaking of her in unglowing terms. When I am knighted, which is sure to happen should I move to the UK, I shall have to defend the Crown and I really don't want to have to lose friends in the process.


So please be nice to my Sovereign and respect me as one of her soon-to-be-favorite people in the land.


She still hasn't responded to my email, but hey: think how many she gets in just one hour, let alone one day.

Sorry Brother future-Sir Larry, but these false Christians really get me fired up, especially this inbred Anglican Popess... Sorry again. I'm not sure how I feel about you subjecting yourself to such a woman, but if Jesus is guiding your actions, I would not dare to question it. Still, beware the wicked Windsors!

BrotherLarry 06-10-2019 12:47 AM

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Screw the old wench.


It's time for new leadership in the UK under Donald J Trump, the rightful successor to the throne. I hope someone here will step up to be his campaign manager.


Barring that, we could just invade and take over. I think we could get rid of that annoying accent, bad spelling, and wrong side of the road driving within the first 100 days. Otherwise, we deport them to the Congo or something.


GOD BLESS AMERICA!

WilliamJenningsBryan 06-10-2019 05:38 AM

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Originally Posted by Dennis Lukes (Post 1253093)
Sorry Brother future-Sir Larry, but these false Christians really get me fired up, especially this inbred Anglican Popess... Sorry again. I'm not sure how I feel about you subjecting yourself to such a woman, but if Jesus is guiding your actions, I would not dare to question it. Still, beware the wicked Windsors!

Wise advice Brother Lukes, but when you consider that the Queen's successor is none other than nutter Prince Charles you just might want to sing a verse of "God Save the Queen".

While the pope whiles his limited time away talking to commie chinks, mooselimbs, and indigenous Amazon rain forest tribes - the vegetable brain Prince Charles talks to plants.

While it's disconcerting that no one seems to want to talk to Jesus these days, it might be an improvement at the CofE if Charles replaced all the top clergy with potted plants.

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Prince of Wales talked to plants: scientists test if it works

Two decades after the Prince of Wales revealed that he talked to plants the Royal Horticultural Society is conducting a study into how they are affected by the human voice.

By Nick Allen
8:26AM BST 31 Mar 2009

The prince said it was "very important" to talk to plants and that they "respond" when spoken to.

His comments were ridiculed by many but the RHS is now trying to determine if he was right by reading works of literature to tomato plants.

Open auditions will be held tomorrow at the RHS garden in Wisley, Surrey to find suitable voices to make recordings of Shakespeare's verse and John Wyndham's The Day of the Triffids.

The recordings will be played to ten plants, around the clock, through the headphones of an MP3 player attached to their pots at root level.

The plants will be measured before, during and after the experiment and a set of control plants will be left in silence.

James Rudoni, the head of Wisley, told the Times: "One of the primary functions of the RHS is scientific research into plants and how to get them to grow better. Prince Charles talks to plants. Let's see if there's something in this."

Colin Crosbie, a gardens superintendent at Wisley, said: "I'm a great believer. I definitely talk to plants. Most gardeners are quite tactile and we do talk to them. Sometimes we talk kindly and sometimes we threaten them.

"There are times with a plant when you say 'If you don't do something this is the end. You are not producing flowers. I'm very sorry, it's going to be the compost heap.' - It's amazing how they respond,"

Trevor Cox, a professor of acoustics at the University of Salford, told the Times: "It appears that low-frequency sound might vibrate the plant and so affect its growth."

On that basis he recommended it would be best to use a voice similar to that of Barry White to read to the plants.

In the experiment the plants will be read Oberon's speech in A Midsummer Night's Dream that begins: "I know a bank whereon the wild thyme blows, Where ox-lips and the nodding violet grows."

https://www.telegraph.co.uk/gardenin...-it-works.html

Elmer G. White 06-10-2019 05:52 AM

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Originally Posted by WilliamJenningsBryan (Post 1253166)
Wise advice Brother Lukes, but when you consider that the Queen's successor is none other than nutter Prince Charles you just might want to sing a verse of "God Save the Queen".

While the pope whiles his limited time away talking to commie chinks, mooselimbs, and indigenous Amazon rain forest tribes - the vegetable brain Prince Charles talks to plants.

While it's disconcerting that no one seems to want to talk to Jesus these days, it might be an improvement at the CofE if Charles replaced all the top clergy with potted plants.

Brother William,

Can we be sure that the queen-in-waiting Charles is not referring to his dim-witted family members as "plants" - as false Christians often use figurative language instead of plain American?

As we all recall, one of the bestest Prophets had quite a lot to say about the present state of the English Realm, as follows:

Isaiah 8:22
And they shall look unto the earth; and behold trouble and darkness, dimness of anguish; and they shall be driven to darkness.

Yours in Christ,

Elmer :bye:

PetitionLady 06-11-2019 03:11 PM

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The Queen has never really reached my interest radar ... until now. I appreciate how well she treated our President. He said they had an immediate bond - I can see that, as they're both royalty.

As a side note and very low footnote, I had to scoff at how the ungodly, Meghan Markle , wanted to make a story about how she refused to meet with President Trump. My gosh, it's SO obvious she's NOT worthy to be in his presence. :thumbdown:


Psalms 1:1-6

handmaiden 06-11-2019 03:15 PM

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Originally Posted by PetitionLady (Post 1253233)
The Queen has never really reached my interest radar ... until now. I appreciate how well she treated our President. He said they had an immediate bond - I can see that, as they're both royalty.

As a side note and very low footnote, I had to scoff at how the ungodly, Meghan Markle , wanted to make a story about how she refused to meet with President Trump. My gosh, it's SO obvious she's NOT worthy to be in his presence. :thumbdown:


Psalms 1:1-6

It's entirely possible that the Queen didn't want Meggie to be present when Trump came for his visit. There is always one family member who embarrasses the rest, isn't there?

PetitionLady 06-11-2019 03:19 PM

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Originally Posted by handmaiden (Post 1253234)
It's entirely possible that the Queen didn't want Meggie to be present when Trump came for his visit. There is always one family member who embarrasses the rest, isn't there?

Excellent point, and one I hadn't considered. Thank you. It makes much more sense. Much more! :D


Blessings, YSIC

Dr. Anthony J. Toole 06-11-2019 05:34 PM

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She's like the ugly black duckling that you keep in the closet.


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