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A Hearse. My Kingdom for a Hearse

Put the man in Westminster Abbey
 
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Too cool. You guys don't have Hoffa there, do you?
theircompetitor, Feb 04 2013

Richard ||| bones http://www.nytimes....ird-bones.html?_r=0
[theircompetitor, Feb 04 2013]

Well, if not Hoffa perhaps the grail? http://www.3news.co...290412/Default.aspx
[theircompetitor, Mar 14 2013]

Richard III tribute from Queen Elizabeth II http://www.telegrap...al-of-approval.html
[theircompetitor, Mar 22 2015]

Today's featured article on Wikipedia: Exhumation of Richard III of England https://en.wikipedi...hard_III_of_England
[notexactly, Mar 26 2015]

A King Per Parking Lot http://www.nytimes....chard-iii.html?_r=0
[theircompetitor, Jun 13 2016]

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       He's in the same grave as Lord Lucan.
UnaBubba, Feb 04 2013
  

       Category, why? Why not grave thingy?
blissmiss, Feb 04 2013
  

       Oh, I don't know, poetic justice? That Shakespeare dude called it poetry, didn't he?
theircompetitor, Feb 04 2013
  

       Okay, I gotcha, sorta.
blissmiss, Feb 04 2013
  

       well, I would posit that were it not for the play, this would not be getting the level of coverage in the Times, or the numerous books that debate his evilness versus Tudorian propaganda, etc.
theircompetitor, Feb 04 2013
  

       They've been building up this whodunit story on SBS TV here, for weeks.
UnaBubba, Feb 04 2013
  

       // You guys don't have Hoffa there, do you? //   

       <rummages in trunk in attic>
8th of 7, Feb 04 2013
  

       //Oh. The Richard the third//   

       Reminds me of my favorite Odd Couple episode (dating myself here) where Felix bring a few "actresses" to the apparent, and when Oscar asks one of them what movies has she been in that he may have seen, she says Last Tango
  

       Oscar, incredulous: In Paris???
  

       Starlet: No, in Tijuana
theircompetitor, Feb 04 2013
  

       As seen on FB today   

       "A severely disabled Leicester King faces having to find work after being declared fit to work by French firm ATOS Healthcare despite being registered dead and suffering severe 550-year-old sword wounds to the head.   

       The dead monarch, Richard Plantagenet, was called for a reassessment of his fitness for work by ATOS – which carries out disability assessments on behalf of the Department for Work and Pensions (DWP) - after it was discovered the deposed King had spent years lying in a Leicester City Council car park doing absolutely nothing.   

       As a result of the reassessment by ATOS, the last royal descendant of the House of York was shocked to receive a letter this week telling him he had been given a score of zero in all criteria, which means he is considered to be fit to work.   

       The letter from the DWP states it considers Mr Plantagenet’s lack of eyes doesn’t prevent him from “finding his way around familiar and unfamiliar places” and the fact he is bereft of life does not mean his “capability for work is limited.”   

       However, the deceased king has questioned the disability assessment, claiming he has been registered dead since he was killed and crudely buried by his successor Henry VII during the Battle of Bosworth in 1485."
po, Feb 04 2013
  

       I'm glad my fellow embittered kyphotic has turned up. Perhaps not quite glad enough to be at charges for a looking glass and entertain a score or two of tailors... but still glad.
pertinax, Mar 17 2013
  

       The third what?
RayfordSteele, Mar 23 2015
  

       We need the tourist revenue. This place never makes the best of itself.
nineteenthly, Mar 24 2015
  

       I wonder what the total charges would be for 500+ years in a Leicester parking lot?
AusCan531, Mar 24 2015
  

       Well, I think the all-day rate in that one was about a fiver, so about £800 000 I think. Believe it or not I have a photo of the gate somewhere so that might say.
nineteenthly, Mar 24 2015
  

       // I have a photo of the gate somewhere //   

       [19thly], that just about sums up Leicester, and those that dwell therein.
8th of 7, Mar 24 2015
  
      
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