“I pity the fool who marries me”
Only kidding, I’m not talking about that Mrs T, anyway, I checked Wikipedia and I don’t think Mr T ever got married. It’s just aswell, it wouldn’t make sense for someone to have more jewelry than his wife, it just wouldn’t have worked out.
Of course I’m referring to Margaret Thatcher. There are so many fond memories I don’t know where to begin, but I’ll try.
I think her best role was in The Falklands War, I see they are currently devising a sequel. This sucks, sequels are rarely as good as the original, well maybe Aliens, I liked that, and Toy Story 2 and 3 for that matter, but probably no others were better than the original – I know, I’ve seen Batman and Robin.
She was pretty good in The Miner’s Strike, I think I saw it that on the BBC, she was really believable as a stoney faced tyrant.
I asked a few of my friends what their favourite Maggie moments are:
I loved that cover version of “I Got you babe” she did with her old mucker General Pinochet, I still sing that on the karaoke down the Dog and Duck.
I liked that twist on the Robin Hood legend she starred in, where they stole from the poor and gave to the rich instead. I thought that was dead clever how they did that. She would have been perfect for Game of Thrones, the casting agents missed a trick there.
In anticipation of her upcoming authorised biography released on the 17th April, coincidentally the same day as her funeral – what are the odds! A séance was held to garner her thoughts on her career as a whole: