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Even Glasgow Is Celebrating The Royal Wedding

London, UK (April 29, 2010) – The day has finally arrived. The Royal Wedding is getting under way as I type this. I am working, it is my birthday, a tragedy indeed.

A few weeks ago, Prime Minister David Cameron announced to his plebs that he is giving everyone permission to have a street party, to hell with the red tape it would usually take to close a street. As usual, Cameron did not think before he opened his mouth.

With this being a second bank holiday weekend in a row, people will be looking for something to do, and at least 10,000 have planned to descend on Kelvingrove Park in Glasgow for a knees up in celebration of the Big Day. The event has been organised via Facebook and has Health and Safety watchdogs all itchy. Council officials have asked that they find something else to do.

The event in the park is scheduled to start at 11am today (29-4) and finish at sometime early tomorrow morning, around 3am.

Council officials have stated that the organisers are required to provide first aid, toilets, stewards, and public liability insurance. This is what happens when the Prime Minister goes on TV and tells the nation to party, that may mean civilised street parties in London, but if he ever visited Glasgow he would know what that meant up here. It is a party; this is how the Glaswegians party, red tapeless day. It is a ‘start partying and hope for the best’ kind of deal.

Before work, I caught a little bit of the coverage. Yesterday I watched the American network coverage, where they had a CGI explanation of how to pour and drink Tea. I heard members of the American public ask if Diana will be mentioned, and what role the Queen will play. No, and the role of the Grandmother are the answers to those ridiculous questions.

The concern of Glasgow City Council is that of their own backs, and desire to not be left with lots of paperwork or lawsuits. Let them party, it is not as if you can stop it. Can you imagine anything crazier than trying to stop 10,000 drunken Glaswegians from partying, particularly seeing as it is probably the only time they will listen to the Prime Minister?

There is something crazier, Obama pandering to Racists. Good on him for shutting them up, the people in that disgusting movement should be dropped off the edge of the world. Nevertheless, that is a side note.

Despite them stealing my big day, I wish them luck. Only because I am in a good mood.

henry hunter. 29 today.

henryhunter Posted by on April 29, 2011. Filed under Breaking News,Headline News,Henry Hunter Politics - World News,Human Interest,WorldNewsVine. You can follow any responses to this entry through the RSS 2.0. You can leave a response or trackback to this entry

3 Responses to Even Glasgow Is Celebrating The Royal Wedding

  1. Bob G.

    April 29, 2011 at 5:57 pm

    Happy B’day hh!!!

  2. henryhunter


    May 2, 2011 at 10:21 am

    Cheers Bob.

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