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« Reply #405 on: October 08, 2004, 06:09:55 PM »
Douglas dearie,

Fickle :o  Well, the grass is always greener on the other side. I think it's because of my dazzling nature, the girl can't help it.

This acquintance could be to the benefit of our Royal family ( I'm a spy you know) have to find out ;).

Avec amour to you too.

Anna 8)


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« Reply #406 on: October 08, 2004, 06:33:19 PM »
Dear Tsar Doug--

Actually, I'm not worried, just enthused . . . did you see Justinian's photo?  :o Hubba hubba! Maybe he can escort Spy Anna on one arm and moi on the other?

With Czars in her eyes, I remain

The GD/GD Janet   8)

P.S. How do the budgies feel about this? We must have a vote from the budgies!!

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« Reply #407 on: October 08, 2004, 06:55:33 PM »
Dearest  Courtiers and +Justinian [ "From Schoolboy to Tsar" - a new movie on BBC]:

Well yes, I did see the snap taken of Justinian before he became the Tsar of all the Russians and Moldavia.  Try to talk to him at the ball and let me know what he's up to as far as his Tsarish ambitions and other matters of state.  Don't tell anyone but I'll be listening and watching from behind a screen;  that is, until we make our grand entrance..  "Douglas"  ;)

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« Reply #408 on: October 08, 2004, 08:01:50 PM »
From the cage paper of HIM-ically Perchedness the Empress ALEXIS-CAROLINA

To the gracious admirers of my sky-blue fluffiness I send my greetings.  The matter of this young 'Justinian' does intrigue our Imperial Budgerigar Court here in the Hermitage at Massandra.  He does appear to be gifted at self-aggrandizing computer graphics.  (We must recall that a much admired lubok print of another young, genuine article that may have inspired Justinian's cyber-placard could not have possibly been made by the child himself.)  We do give him 'brownie points' for his initiative.  However:  We need to see him in formal attire before passing judgment further.  In the picture he commends to Our perusal he reminds us of the notorious Grand Duke George...  HIH the Cossack Baby may have nightmares tonight of drafty stone halls, chalk dust and (gasp)
RADIOHEAD
just from having looked at it.

Looking forward to seeing you all if the Ball is still on.

ALEXIS-CAROLINA

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« Reply #409 on: October 08, 2004, 10:38:03 PM »
Members of the Court:

Douglas, remember Peter and his brother were co-Tsars. Perhaps we could do the same and share the throne? Just a thought? What would the court think of this?

Also, We declare that Anna shall now be titled "Countess" of her choosing.

Signed at Our Court,
+Justinian

P.S. the + before my name is a Cross to represent my faith.

VIVE L'EMPIRE!



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« Reply #410 on: October 09, 2004, 02:17:21 AM »
Dearie,

I'm flattered, merci beaucoup mon cher ;)

Anna 8)

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« Reply #411 on: October 09, 2004, 02:48:02 PM »
Greetings Tsar Justinian:  My ADC just arrived with your most gracious letter stating that you would entertain the idea of co-Tsardom.  I then called round to the various courtiers and they were most delighted by your magnanimous offer.  I hereby accept your offer and have called the moving lorries to have our various furniture and items returned to the palace post haste. BTW, Justinian, just where do you plan to reside as co-Tsar?  Please let us know so that we can make the proper arraignments and issue the proper Letters Patent.  "D".


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« Reply #412 on: October 09, 2004, 05:55:26 PM »
Ok I am back.. I want to thank Douglas and his pals for watching over my throne while I was on vacation, and I want you to know you all be rewarded for it..
Now.. to more important stuff..

The movie is almost done and coming out of editing, Valmontsky, The beautifull white palace is getting its final touch,  the details are the most expensive part when you are  building a palace.. Believe me..I will let you know  when Valmontsky  is ready, and  YOU are ALL invited to the open house, before the official opening..ok?

I will keep you posted, in the meantime, I send you a HUGE hug, ,  Now... I have an Empire to rule..

Best regards

Arturo Vega-Llausás
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« Reply #413 on: October 09, 2004, 08:41:48 PM »
My Co-Tsar:

Whatever palace you like, I can rule from. I must now go to sleep, I have held audiences all day. It is time to retire for the evening. I hope to have messages from you in the morning.

+Justinian

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« Reply #414 on: October 09, 2004, 11:52:28 PM »
Co-Tsar Justinian: Oh that's wonderful.  For the time being you may occupy the right wing of the Alexander Palace whilst I occupy the left wing.  If you need more space for a grand dinner please you are welcome to use the Catherine Palace.  When you are in St. Petersburg have use of the Imperial Suite at the Winter Palace.  Make whatever changes you so desire in the decor.  Nothing from Ikea or Target please.  When you are in London please let us know where you will be headquartered.  Maybe one of the palaces in the city center.  When you in the United States always feel welcome at  the Henry Huntington Estate in San Marino.  It's a lovely palace on about forty acres.  All of the courtiers have their own palaces and estates and will be notifying you of their respective address so that you may contact them for your galas and balls.    +"D"+
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« Reply #415 on: October 10, 2004, 12:01:48 AM »
Tsar Valmont: Good to see you back at your Tsarish duties! Please note that we have another Tsar now.  Thank you for your kind words and let the courtiers know when your new place is ready for our inspection.  Is the event going to be a barbecue?  That's one of our favorites. We also like chocolate cake with chocolate frosting. You'll have to ask Justinian what his pleasure is in the food department.

The new Tsar is Justinian.  He is setting up his imperial residences and will let us all know his most gracious whereabouts.  As he has a new jet plane he'll be here there and everywhere.  "D" 8)

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« Reply #416 on: October 10, 2004, 02:37:24 PM »
We like many foods. Our favourite dessert is key lime pie. We also love anything with feta cheese, asparagus, and we like Calvados, an apple brandy from the Normandy region of France. I had the pleasure of drinking it while in France this summer.

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« Reply #417 on: October 12, 2004, 05:38:38 PM »
Such confusion. Not only has dear Uncle Valmont returned, reminding us that he is Tsar, but Tsar Doug has agreed to co-reign with Tsar Justinian, one in the right wing, and one in the left wing. In the meantime, Valmontsky is being readied for open house--which may conflict with our royal ball--and Tsar Doug is inviting Justinian to take over the Huntington in San Marino. Tsar D., did you not know that the Huntington estate is currently occupied by a legendary art museum? Is Justinian to reside there only during after-hours, when all tourists have been shooed away? Ah, what a Blue Boy he will be!

Also, I am greatly offended, T.D., as I have furnished my own modest but perfectly charming chateau according to the Chez Target and Chez Ikea guidelines. And as a vegetarian and budgie advocate I cannot approve of barbeque (unless, of course, it is vegetables solamente); however, the chocolate cake sounds fine . . . tho' might I suggest a coffee flavored frosting, just to be cutting edge?  ;)  Or perhaps, in lieu of the frosting, a mere dusting of powdered sugar and a soupson of wild raspberries? (Ah, Julia Child, where are you when we need you?  :'( )  I do like co-Tsar's menu ever so much better, tho' the key lime pie does confuse; Justinian is Mediterranean, it would seem.

At any rate, we do carry on. (Indeed  . . . we do!   ;) )

Artistically yours--

Pinky Siddons, The Tragic Muse

a.k.a. The GD/GP Janet

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« Reply #418 on: October 12, 2004, 09:46:48 PM »
Dearies All,

Well, this thread has given new meaning to the charming title "Triple Crown"!!!!!

However, have sable coat and my jewel case, so will travel!!! I will always drop my Faberge fan and hustle to Tsar Doug and the Empress when the footman brings a little note inviting me to tea or dinner or whatever...and of course I always remember who was kind enough to gift me my sweet Mauve Cottage adjacent to the AP! But if the three gentlemen have agreed to "triplet rule" it only means three divine Court Calendars instead of one measly one...so looking on the bright side, caio for now,  GD Melissa & Ortino II


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« Reply #419 on: October 12, 2004, 10:23:07 PM »
Dearest Courtiers:

There are several buildings on the Huntington Estate in San Marino.  The Main Dwelling is now the Home of the Tsar.  [Just in case they did not know it.]  I'll have the Blue Boy and Pinkie removed to some other gallery..maybe the Guggenheim on Central Park.  Key Lime Pie for Tsar Justinian?  A little odd but what the heck. The Empress and I  love the idea of the coffee flavored frosting. And GD Melissa, always loyal, you are invited for high and low tea next Friday  at the palace. I have my binoculars trained over on the Right Wing of the palace but I haven't seen much of Tsar Justinian this week so far. Maybe he's over to see Prince Albert.  "D" 8) I don't know if there is such a thing as high and low tea but it sounds like a lot of fun!