the Presidential election?
I think it will remind voters how much of a 'boob' the last republican President was, and that should give Obama a bounce....
on the other hand, Obama might not have Bill Clinton hitting the campaign trail for him, as the former President will no doubt be busy spending considerable time studying the pictures.
I think it is a toss off either way you look at it
I think it has potential to be exploited, just like everything other completely unrelated issue/incident.
Who will the pics benefit?
O-bra-ma, O-bra-ma, O-bra-ma!
Kate walks in to a department store and requests a size 28AAAA bra.
The clerk says they do not stock that size. So Kate tries a few more boutiques. Having no luck, she proceeds to Wal-Mart.
Completely impatient she walks up to the clerk in the woman's department. rips open her shirt and asks:
"Do you have anything for these?"
The clerk takes one look at her and replies: "Have you tried Clearasil?"
Oh ha ha! I get it! She has no tits!
I'm a bit slow at times
I think I am the only person in the world who thinks the whole story is a storm in a T-cup (or AAA cup).
If her royalty doesn't want her tits on world display, keep them hidden.
You can lie under the hottest sun, and keep your top on.
In fact, if you are Royalty, you should, IMO.
Biggest storm in a teacup since Blackadder announced the world's biggest storm in a teacup party for Baldrick's storm in a teacup friends, during a particularly stormy tea-drinking night, Izzy. (Not sure that will translate trans-Atlantically...)
The Duchess of Cambridge may have her knockers (or not, as the case may be) but at the end of the day, she is a young woman in the public eye who has been somewhat indiscreet. Who knows what the latest Google Earth pics may show? Yes, of course she should have the right to a private life in theory but the reality is, she is the future Queen of the United Kingdom and its Commonwealth and proper decorum has to be learned and practiced.
Personally, I think the pursuit of damages or retribution is the biggest way of ensuring the pictures live on and are seen by an ever wider audience.
Haven't seen the pics and not interested - still have Sam Fox on my wall!
Ahh..Blackadder, will we ever see the likes again???
Basically, I think you are actually agreeing with me. If you don't want anyone to see them, keep 'em covered.
As you say. Google images can take the pics from space, and if you couldn't afford them, send in one of those new insect camera thingies.
It actually freaks me out that they are working on making cameras so small, they would fit on the wings of an insect.
The young Royals and the commoners they marry need to realise that the exulted position thrust upon them comes at a great price.
They can never live their lives as normal people, and especially not as normal super-rich people.
In fact, they have no life as they must adhere to a certain level of decorum.
I used to be anti-Royalist until I realised the freedoms the current queen gave up in order to become queen (and the richest woman in Britain).
If the duchess wants to go topless, she is free to do so.
In a Republican state of course.
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