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    I don't get the appeal of Diana. To me she seems rather boring.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nicodemus View Post
    I don't get the appeal of Diana. To me she seems rather boring.
    People who live in glass houses shouldn't throw stones.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nicodemus View Post
    I don't get the appeal of Diana. To me she seems rather boring.
    I admired her, mainly because of her humanitarian work. I actually remember where I was when I found out she died ...the way some people remember where they were when Kennedy was shot. I was in a convenience store in Raleigh, NC. I was still in my teens and I was upset by it.

    I remember that she and Mother Theresa died around the same time period.

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    I think I was 13 when she died. I dont remember much of that year, I bought a 3mm LED that year as a replacement for a 5mm one and thought it needed a smaller resistance due to its smaller size. That nearly costed me an eye
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    Quote Originally Posted by Nicodemus View Post
    I don't get the appeal of Diana. To me she seems rather boring.
    Insipid.

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    Quote Originally Posted by entropie View Post
    I think I was 13 when she died. I dont remember much of that year, I bought a 3mm LED that year as a replacement for a 5mm one and thought it needed a smaller resistance due to its smaller size. That nearly costed me an eye
    I felt like a light had gone out in the world for ethical reasons, like she was a force for good, which is why I also remember Mother Theresa's death was around the same time.

    It wasn't so much admiring her for being royalty or anything like that, though I did think their wedding was pretty when I was saw clips of it on television as a small child.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Marmie Dearest View Post
    I felt like a light had gone out in the world for ethical reasons, like she was a force for good, which is why I also remember Mother Theresa's death was around the same time.

    It wasn't so much admiring her for being royalty or anything like that, though I did think their wedding was pretty when I was saw clips of it on television as a small child.
    I can understand that aswell nowadays, it's really a shame that in the sum of all brilliant people mankind remembers there are only so few who actually did something to better themselves
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    Quote Originally Posted by Nerd Girl View Post
    People who live in glass houses shouldn't throw stones.
    My glass house has only three walls.

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    I personally like the variation "Wer im Glashaus sitzt, muss nicht mit Steinen werfen."
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    Well i saw kate getting into the car this morning (not in person obviously, on TV) and thought the dress was nice. Then i went food shopping and the roads and stores were deserted, excellent. Now it's plastered on most of the TV channels. It's a fairy tale wedding, and nice for a commoner (who went to private school so not so much of a commoner) to marry a prince.

    Thought it was sweet when he wispered to her that she looked beautiful. You could see the love. Awwww Harry was also looking rather dishy. *drools*
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