The BBC had loads of complaints because they ran the credits before the fireworks had finished. Oh Dear! I must admit I had turned over to different
white noise hours earlier. Looking at the youtube clips, Health and Safety stepped in and said "No!" to the laser.
The fireworks were definitely real! Towards the end there was a "segment" of the fireworks display that actually appeared not to "go off" as
planned: There were three points on the roof of the palace from where the major fireworks were let off but towards the end of the display the largest
one in the centre of the roof was busy shooting stars etc into the sky as was the one on the left of the roof but the one on the right hand side
seemed not be going off at all! This is of course from the viewpoint of the "audience" looking towards the palace.
I am quite sure that if the fireworks had been laser there would have been no such "technical" hitches!
I will be glad when it's all over! How much did all this dross cost? I thought God said that you must not worship anyone other than him? I mean i'm
not particularly religous, but i'm gettting the hairs standing up on the back of my neck with all this Queen worshiping and Royal family obsession.
hello, i've no idea how much it cost, but probably some disgusting amount all paid for by the tax payer no doubt, and i agree, its creepy, i believe
in God and it amazes me how people actually worship people like the royal family, its wrong on so many levels. take care
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