Five hundred thirty years after his death, England has decided to give King Richard III an official state burial by interring his body, which was discovered under a parking lot three years ago, at Leicester’s Anglican cathedral, in a decision that some have viewed as a proper send-off for a former king and others have deemed a cheap spectacle. What do you think?
“I wonder what society will be like when we dig him up again in another 530 years.”
Louis Sheets • Pet Goods Salesman
“Hopefully this time the people of England can finally let him go for good.”
David Martinez • Systems Analyst
“I’d hate to see the British monarchy reduced to cheap spectacle.”
Sheila Ackerson • Diorama Disassembler