Streetwise: What does the Royal Wedding mean to you?


There has been saturation coverage of the Royal Wedding of Prince William and Kate Middleton this Friday -- one might say Britain and its former colony have wedding fever (just see the plethora of wedding memorabilia). Since the Express couldn't be left in the dust, roving reporter Stan Wharton went to Danville Coffee Shop to ask patrons What does the Royal Wedding mean to you?


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There will be cow dancing in the northern parts of the empire where cows are named after their regions. But more, it is an event to bring youth back to the monarchy and global identity to England and its empire.

It is Royally pleasant not to have to deal with the couple's birth certificates in run-up to this charming and elaborate event. England is our heritage of respect and recognition that somehow needs to be rekindled in our own culture. Without prejudice, shall we simply celebrate these young people and their futures?


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