"Her Royal Highness The Duchess of Cambridge has been admitted this morning to St. Mary's Hospital, Paddington, London in the early stages of labour." A royal spokesman released this news early this morning.
I love pranks that are designed to create genuine laughter and not leave anyone hurting. This is my kind of prank. It is simple, elegant and quite funny. Especially when you consider the fellow who becomes the butt of the joke
The hospital receptionist who was hoaxed by a prank call from DJ's Mel Greig and Michael Christia claiming to be the king queen asking about Kate Middleton has been found dead.This is really sad.
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I am all for journalists digging deep to get a story. I don't like this kind of journalism though. A reporter for News International has allegedly hacked into to Kate Middleton, now Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge, personal telephone and financial accounts. The company that did the hacking is owned by Rupert Murdoch the same guy that owns Fox and Fox News.
Living on London time, it's a phrase I am not allowed to use around my house. Basically it means in my world, the world of a morning disc jockey, I exist in the same time zone as London England. Many of you will feel that jet lag sensation this Friday when you wake up to experience "The Wedding"! Are you obsessed with the Royal Wedding? Let's take a look at some tell tale signs.
This Friday it's the Royal Wedding of Prince William and the very lovely Kate Middleton. The world will be watching and many will be in attendance vicariously hosting "wedding breakfasts" while they watch on television. So if you were going to "The Wedding" what would be proper attire?
It's the stuff that fairy tales are made of, a Prince takes his Princess' hand in marriage. The carriage, the castle, the satellite trucks, the TV crews, the guys selling souvenirs it's going to be a production. Tracy and the Good Morning Acadiana crew will have the coverage of the royal wedding on KATC TV 3, but here is a little inside information for those of you who just can't wait...
Thank You, yes that is a phrase that you should know and speak quite frequently to your significant other. But the two words I am talking about we use more with strangers than we do with the ones we love the most.