Big Red Car here. Simply smashing weather here in the ATX, Old Sport. But enough about me, how about that royal Princeling over there in England?
The world is gaga for the new Princeling — the Cambridge Princeling until he gets a name. Poor chap, no name yet!
First, the Big Red Car must say — why wasn’t the little tyke pre-named with a female and a male moniker ready to go weeks ago? Blessed by the Queen no less? Why not?
Oh, those royals, you can’t teach them anything, can you? [Haha, Big Red Car WTF would you know about the English royalty? Haha, Big Red Car, you don’t know spit.]
Kate the Conqueror
Kate Middleton, a commoner but what a commoner, is a great example of persistence.
She and her Prince are at school at St Andrews and she charms the young man with her loveliness and steadiness and joy de vivre. She is a catch worthy of a Prince.
Kate the Conqueror wins the Princes heart and captivates his soul. Ahh, but all is not right in this affair of the heart.
The Prince and his Kate have a falling out of some kind.
Does Kate the Commoner panic? Go Postal? Shriek to the tabloids?
No, Kate the Wise says: “My Prince will come to his senses eventually and I will lie in ambush to reconquer his heart.” And, she did just that proving the power of persistence.
Kate the Persistent
So how did she learn to be so wily and to ensnare her Prince so effectively?
She is the daughter of entrepreneurs and she was fully invested in her own strategic alliance and entrepreneurial endeavor. And as every entrepreneur knows, persistence is often the key to success. Learn this from Kate the Persistent.
Kate the Persistent loves this quote from Silent Cal [That’s President Calvin Coolidge to ya’ll, Sports.]:
“Nothing in the world can take the place of Persistence. Talent will not; nothing is more common than unsuccessful men with talent. Genius will not; unrewarded genius is almost a proverb. Education will not; the world is full of educated derelicts. Persistence and determination alone are omnipotent. The slogan ‘Press On’ has solved and always will solve the problems of the human race.”
The Burger King
So England is buzzing with excitement as the baby’s name is the subject of unlimited conjecture and wagering. One name that will not likely be in the running is “Burger”.
No, England is not going to ever have a Burger King. [Haha, Big Red Car, you are formally banished to the garage for the next week. That is truly awful. The Burger King? Really, Big Red Car?]
So, little Princeling, welcome to the human race. It is the only game in town. We all hope you get a proper name here shortly.