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RIP Prince Phillip (n/t) 12:09 - Apr 9 with 6862 viewsArnieM



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RIP Prince Phillip (n/t) on 12:36 - Apr 9 with 2801 viewsDebsyAngel

Very sad news - a man that lived a life of duty and support to his family. I feel so sad for the Queen losing her husband of 70+ years of marriage.

RIP Sir.
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RIP Prince Phillip (n/t) on 12:39 - Apr 9 with 2754 viewsPJH

RIP Prince Phillip (n/t) on 12:36 - Apr 9 by DebsyAngel

Very sad news - a man that lived a life of duty and support to his family. I feel so sad for the Queen losing her husband of 70+ years of marriage.

RIP Sir.


Actually that is it, a woman has lost a loved one.

The fact that she is rather a famous woman does not change that.
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RIP Prince Phillip (n/t) on 12:41 - Apr 9 with 2744 viewsMJallday

RIP Prince Phillip (n/t) on 12:39 - Apr 9 by PJH

Actually that is it, a woman has lost a loved one.

The fact that she is rather a famous woman does not change that.


Agreed. Whatever you think of the royals . A man has devoted his life to his wife and to the country he adopted .

RIP sir

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RIP Prince Phillip (n/t) on 12:48 - Apr 9 with 2662 viewsMattinLondon

150k dead through COVID and zero empathy shown by the right-wing press. Old man dies and an outpouring of grief from the press barons.

Get ready for that important doorstep handclap.
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RIP Prince Phillip (n/t) on 12:52 - Apr 9 with 2608 viewsDebsyAngel

RIP Prince Phillip (n/t) on 12:39 - Apr 9 by PJH

Actually that is it, a woman has lost a loved one.

The fact that she is rather a famous woman does not change that.


Exactly. Strip the money away and you are left with an old lady who has lost her lifelong partner, children who have lost their father, and grandkids who have lost their granddad. Anyone who finds it funny or making sick jokes need to take a look in the bloody mirror - heartless sods.
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RIP Prince Phillip (n/t) on 12:57 - Apr 9 with 2537 viewsElderGrizzly

RIP Prince Phillip (n/t) on 12:41 - Apr 9 by MJallday

Agreed. Whatever you think of the royals . A man has devoted his life to his wife and to the country he adopted .

RIP sir


This is a great little video

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RIP Prince Phillip (n/t) on 13:12 - Apr 9 with 2366 viewsBlueandTruesince82

RIP Prince Phillip (n/t) on 12:36 - Apr 9 by DebsyAngel

Very sad news - a man that lived a life of duty and support to his family. I feel so sad for the Queen losing her husband of 70+ years of marriage.

RIP Sir.


V sad. By far my fave Royal.... comedy gold but also a good man I think.

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RIP Prince Phillip (n/t) on 13:15 - Apr 9 with 2333 viewsMarshalls_Mullet

RIP Prince Phillip (n/t) on 12:48 - Apr 9 by MattinLondon

150k dead through COVID and zero empathy shown by the right-wing press. Old man dies and an outpouring of grief from the press barons.

Get ready for that important doorstep handclap.


Stay classy.

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RIP Prince Phillip (n/t) on 13:16 - Apr 9 with 2327 viewsIwasthere

RIP Prince Phillip (n/t) on 12:52 - Apr 9 by DebsyAngel

Exactly. Strip the money away and you are left with an old lady who has lost her lifelong partner, children who have lost their father, and grandkids who have lost their granddad. Anyone who finds it funny or making sick jokes need to take a look in the bloody mirror - heartless sods.


Well said Debsy
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RIP Prince Phillip (n/t) on 13:17 - Apr 9 with 2306 viewsCokeIsKey

That’s enough Twitter for the day. RIP Phillip.


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RIP Prince Phillip (n/t) on 13:19 - Apr 9 with 2270 viewsMattinLondon

RIP Prince Phillip (n/t) on 13:15 - Apr 9 by Marshalls_Mullet

Stay classy.


Exactly what was wrong with my post?
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RIP Prince Phillip (n/t) on 13:21 - Apr 9 with 2242 viewsfooters

RIP Prince Phillip (n/t) on 13:19 - Apr 9 by MattinLondon

Exactly what was wrong with my post?


I'd like to know why my post was deleted too.

Racist man said racist things regularly and I have no respect for that. So what's wrong with saying that?

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RIP Prince Phillip (n/t) on 13:21 - Apr 9 with 2237 viewsMarshalls_Mullet

RIP Prince Phillip (n/t) on 13:19 - Apr 9 by MattinLondon

Exactly what was wrong with my post?


A family has lost their husband, dad, uncle etc, and you turn it into an attack on the press.

It's an ugly thing to see, and I feel sorry for you.

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RIP Prince Phillip (n/t) on 13:25 - Apr 9 with 2161 viewsManchesterblue

RIP Prince Phillip (n/t) on 13:19 - Apr 9 by MattinLondon

Exactly what was wrong with my post?


Just cant help themselves

RIP

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RIP Prince Phillip (n/t) on 13:27 - Apr 9 with 2155 viewsStochesStotasBlewe

RIP Prince Phillip (n/t) on 13:17 - Apr 9 by CokeIsKey

That’s enough Twitter for the day. RIP Phillip.



Deeply saddened to see such vindictive, nasty comments made about a frail old gentleman passing away who was a companion to the Queen for 74 years, whatever ones personal opinions of the royal family might be. Guess this is just the way of the world nowadays, but a touch of common decency seems to be lost.

We have no village green, or a shop. It's very, very quiet. I can walk to the pub.

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RIP Prince Phillip (n/t) on 13:27 - Apr 9 with 2151 viewsIP4_Blue

RIP Prince Phillip (n/t) on 13:21 - Apr 9 by Marshalls_Mullet

A family has lost their husband, dad, uncle etc, and you turn it into an attack on the press.

It's an ugly thing to see, and I feel sorry for you.


Why do people have to get political?!!
Prince Philip has died aged 99 have some respect, I vote Conservative but if Jeremy Corbyn died tomorrow who I cannot stand I would'nt be laughing about or making it political
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RIP Prince Phillip (n/t) on 13:30 - Apr 9 with 2112 viewsIP4_Blue

RIP Prince Phillip (n/t) on 13:27 - Apr 9 by StochesStotasBlewe

Deeply saddened to see such vindictive, nasty comments made about a frail old gentleman passing away who was a companion to the Queen for 74 years, whatever ones personal opinions of the royal family might be. Guess this is just the way of the world nowadays, but a touch of common decency seems to be lost.


Just seen this on twitter what is wrong with people
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RIP Prince Phillip (n/t) on 13:37 - Apr 9 with 2083 viewsThe_Romford_Blue

RIP Prince Phillip (n/t) on 13:21 - Apr 9 by footers

I'd like to know why my post was deleted too.

Racist man said racist things regularly and I have no respect for that. So what's wrong with saying that?


I have no idea if anyone will remember this but when John mcririck died, I made the point (and thus an argument ensued) that specifically going into someone’s RIP thread to mock their death, no matter what they have done or said, is very distasteful. Unfortunately, as it was a racing death with JM, a lot of people said I was reacting because it was that.

However.. my point remains the same here. To make jokes on his RIP thread..I don’t like it. I don’t like it at all.


I don’t just aim this at you footers.

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RIP Prince Phillip (n/t) on 13:38 - Apr 9 with 2063 viewsMattinLondon

RIP Prince Phillip (n/t) on 13:21 - Apr 9 by Marshalls_Mullet

A family has lost their husband, dad, uncle etc, and you turn it into an attack on the press.

It's an ugly thing to see, and I feel sorry for you.


My post was truthful. Thousands upon thousands of deaths with no tears shed from the tabloid Tory press. Old man dies and they call for days of mourning.

Know your place and your place is beneath their feet.

I feel sorry for you.
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RIP Prince Phillip (n/t) on 13:38 - Apr 9 with 2051 viewsfooters

RIP Prince Phillip (n/t) on 13:37 - Apr 9 by The_Romford_Blue

I have no idea if anyone will remember this but when John mcririck died, I made the point (and thus an argument ensued) that specifically going into someone’s RIP thread to mock their death, no matter what they have done or said, is very distasteful. Unfortunately, as it was a racing death with JM, a lot of people said I was reacting because it was that.

However.. my point remains the same here. To make jokes on his RIP thread..I don’t like it. I don’t like it at all.


I don’t just aim this at you footers.


I understand your feelings Rommy, I just don't see why I or anoyone else would mourn a racist.

Anyway, that's my last post on the matter.

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RIP Prince Phillip (n/t) on 13:40 - Apr 9 with 2026 viewsMarshalls_Mullet

RIP Prince Phillip (n/t) on 13:38 - Apr 9 by MattinLondon

My post was truthful. Thousands upon thousands of deaths with no tears shed from the tabloid Tory press. Old man dies and they call for days of mourning.

Know your place and your place is beneath their feet.

I feel sorry for you.


You just seem to be repeating yourself, sounding very bitter.

Agree to differ.

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RIP Prince Phillip (n/t) on 13:41 - Apr 9 with 2009 viewsMarshalls_Mullet

RIP Prince Phillip (n/t) on 13:27 - Apr 9 by StochesStotasBlewe

Deeply saddened to see such vindictive, nasty comments made about a frail old gentleman passing away who was a companion to the Queen for 74 years, whatever ones personal opinions of the royal family might be. Guess this is just the way of the world nowadays, but a touch of common decency seems to be lost.


There is a lot of bitterness out there, mainly on Twitter.

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RIP Prince Phillip (n/t) on 13:55 - Apr 9 with 1916 viewsbluelagos

RIP Prince Phillip (n/t) on 13:37 - Apr 9 by The_Romford_Blue

I have no idea if anyone will remember this but when John mcririck died, I made the point (and thus an argument ensued) that specifically going into someone’s RIP thread to mock their death, no matter what they have done or said, is very distasteful. Unfortunately, as it was a racing death with JM, a lot of people said I was reacting because it was that.

However.. my point remains the same here. To make jokes on his RIP thread..I don’t like it. I don’t like it at all.


I don’t just aim this at you footers.


I'm sorry Rommers, but when someone dies, their character, history and the way they have conducted themselves doesn't disappear.

Of course at one level, an old man (husband, dad and grandad) dies and that is sad. But that doesn't mean he was an angel anymore than anyone else who dies.

We are now to be force fed royalist claptrap for the next few days rewriting his life and frankly, I and many others have no time for it.

People being honest about who he was, how he conducted himself and what he represented isn't being disrespectful. Of course some people will wish to remember him as the royalists portray him, and that is their right.

Same as it is for others to be more balanced in their observations and memories.
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RIP Prince Phillip (n/t) on 13:57 - Apr 9 with 1884 viewsBarneycurley

RIP Prince Phillip (n/t) on 12:48 - Apr 9 by MattinLondon

150k dead through COVID and zero empathy shown by the right-wing press. Old man dies and an outpouring of grief from the press barons.

Get ready for that important doorstep handclap.


Right wing press lol. Idiot

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RIP Prince Phillip (n/t) on 13:58 - Apr 9 with 1859 viewsGlasgowBlue

RIP Prince Phillip (n/t) on 13:55 - Apr 9 by bluelagos

I'm sorry Rommers, but when someone dies, their character, history and the way they have conducted themselves doesn't disappear.

Of course at one level, an old man (husband, dad and grandad) dies and that is sad. But that doesn't mean he was an angel anymore than anyone else who dies.

We are now to be force fed royalist claptrap for the next few days rewriting his life and frankly, I and many others have no time for it.

People being honest about who he was, how he conducted himself and what he represented isn't being disrespectful. Of course some people will wish to remember him as the royalists portray him, and that is their right.

Same as it is for others to be more balanced in their observations and memories.
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I always think that on the day somebody dies, if don't have anything nice to say then say nothing at all.

There is plenty of time to discuss a person's legacy, plus and minus points when the body is no longer warm.

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