Friday, March 6, 2009
Lord of Chappaquidick
I see that the U.K. has given a knighthood to U.S. Senator, Edward Kennedy. It is quite common when conferring honours of this sort that the knight be associated with some landmark. For example, former Canadian mogul, Conrad Black, now enjoying the hospitality of the United States government in its Coleman Correctional Institution (a.k.a. the Big House) in the state of Florida, was called "Lord Black of Crossharbour".
So, I guess it will now be Sir Edward, Lord of Chappaquidick.