Whaaat No Way! The Pundificator Does Megxit.

Say it isn’t so. The erudite (though sometimes a little starchy) Pundificator and his equally erudite podcast partner, Frazer Rice, are doing a podcast on what?

MEGXIT: “The Pundificator” and “Wealth, Actually” take on the Royal Woes

That is soooo Page Six.

Besides, what can they possibly know about that? Sports maybe, but gossip?

You be the judge then tell us after you have listened.

The goal was to make ourselves useful, but secretly we wanted to test our versatility.

You have to click on the link below to enter the land of “Wealth, Actually” where you will find the link to our gossip debut.

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10 Responses to “Whaaat No Way! The Pundificator Does Megxit.”

Gaetano Cipriano, January 16, 2020 at 5:14 pm said:

If a royal takes money from the Civil List then he or she should do the job enthusiastically, with a great attitude, period. If you don’t want to do the job enthusiastically, representing the United Kingdom, then don’t take the money and just get out. The Sussexes won’t be missed.


Haven Pell, January 16, 2020 at 5:37 pm said:

I agree they won’t be missed. And with the observation above that “in 20 years no one will care.


Russell, January 18, 2020 at 12:33 pm said:

Let’s hope a Hooray Harry like Sussex doesn’t end up as a wuss ex.

As Clairy Pell use to get on like a house afire with the Kents, might you channel his shade as to how this episode of the Windsor saga will turn out?


Haven Pell, January 18, 2020 at 12:37 pm said:

He makes a dramatic but anonymous appearance in today’s Ya’ Can’t Lose ’em All story


Bunny, January 16, 2020 at 5:20 pm said:

Enjoyed listening to this podcast. My friends who are Brits feel that Meghan is spoiled rotten, threw the UK $$$ at refurbishing Kensington, living for free at Frogmore, divided the brothers, thin skinned and infuriated that she can’t control the media. They also feel that Harry who is not the sharpest knife is naively surprised by the uproar! Imagine! She is calling the shots! Initially the press embraced Meghan, but her acceptance wore thin as she criticized how things were done. And she was very unRoyal to make her displeasure known! My friends feel she was thrilled to enjoy the royal trappings, but not committed to doing the work. Diana did do her damnedest!
Most amused by your remark of using their brand to sell pot or porn!
Lastly, in 20 yrs no one will care!
Too bad they couldn’t have held it together long enough for the queen to live out her reign, die, etc and not embarrass her!
As for my take: Meghan is spoiled and I wouldn’t be surprised if she’s dealing with major postpartum depression. Remember, they did step out of the limelight after Archie was born.


Haven Pell, January 16, 2020 at 5:36 pm said:

Wow, what a thoughtful set of observations. You should have been on the podcast itself. “She’s calling the shots” is a recurring observation that seems credible. As is the observation that, given the sharpness of his knife, he might well belong in the spoon section of the drawer.


Richard Meyer, January 16, 2020 at 5:37 pm said:

1: I LOVE Kind Hearts And Coronets
2: The “ Stiff upper lip “ tradition is dead. The reality show and tabloid nexus is king.
3: Does Harry play court tennis?


Haven Pell, January 16, 2020 at 5:49 pm said:

Maybe we could do a reverse Kind Hearts and Coronets, with Harry adding people to the line of succession in front of him? Soon to be a major motion picture.


GARRARD GLENN, January 17, 2020 at 1:41 am said:

All this is about exploiting the whole Royal schtick and catapulting the Royal “brand” into billionaire status. That’s what
Meghan wants. Plus she wants to hang out with Oprah and Jay Z and Beyonce and the Obamas and Bono and Leo DiCaprio. She’s well on her way. They will be famous for being famous, like the Kardashians. The Queen should have sent both of them to the Tower.


Haven Pell, January 17, 2020 at 5:25 am said:

I wonder if sending them to the Tower was among the solutions considered. Perhaps as effective is stopping him from marrying her in the first place, which – at least over the last few generations – has been less effective.


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