We need more of this. Experts taking questions from college students. I really enjoyed this dialog and although Milton seemed to control the victory, I think Mr. Moore was on the right track. He just got lost in the philosophical semantics espoused by Mr. Friedman. What do you think?
While indulging in several meals over the holiday I was bombarded by several conversations involving the marriage of the future King of England, Prince William. I thought of a question while I watched several women fawning over a magazine featuring William on the front cover. If anyone has the answer to this please share.
Here’s my question: Have any minorities been in the Royal family since 827 AD? In all those years, I’m sure there was but in my research, I could not find any history of minorities in the Royal Family. (source: In 827 AD, Northumbria submitted to Egbert of Wessex at Dore. It has been claimed that Egbert thereby became the first king to reign over a united England, however briefly.)
While I haven’t seen all the front runners, if any of the movies are better than this, I can’t wait to see them. This was a perfect movie. It was character driven and all the awkward scenes were diffused nicely with touches of comedy.
As a person who has problems speaking in public, this movie hit home. I highly recommend it.