21st January 2018 15:41 by Dordie
He has taken a new job.
If you've ever dreamed of holidaying with Prince Harry, you're in luck as the Royal household is hiring for an 'exceptional' member of staff to join their team.
A job posting for a communications assistant has appeared on Linkedin, with the successful candidate set to be based at Buckingham Palace but also being whisked away on foreign tours.
The 12-month fixed term contract involves producing content for social media as well as penning press releases and news updates for the Royal family's website, according to the listing.
Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/femail/ar...#ixzz54pm9anNF
21st January 2018 10:51 by Dordie
It's snowing here, anyone else getting snow?
20th January 2018 23:34 by sphinx
....for viewing later. I expect the machine has a proper name, but I can't remember it atm.
Anyway, it's jolly good, and my 'Library' is half full already, after a kind friend bought it for me about 6 months ago.
Of course you can skip past the adverts which is brilliant....but sometimes are unlucky enough to catch an old one.
This one about the hapless boy who has no toys, and a father who cannot speak and a mother who spends endless hours just standing at the kitchen sink has long annoyed me.
I think I may have posted about it before.
Found this Story:
Looks like someone lost their Royal Warrant to fit the Royal Ladies with Bras and Underwear when one of their Retired Staff published a Memoir.
But the article states something interesting and that is around 800 different Companies have Royal Warrants and can display the Royal Crest on their Products showing that they are an Official Supplier to the Crown. I think one of those Products is HP Steak Sauce.
Also the Harrods Department Store lost its Royal Warrant when Mohammed Al Fayed made is Suspicions known that Dodi and Diana were deliberately made to Crash in 1997.
But since Harrods was Sold some years back and Al Fayed no longer Owns it, wouldn't the Store get its Royal Warrant back?