Thursday, September 10, 2009

Heraldry in the ... Op-Ed Pages

A recent op-ed piece by Quentin Letts appeared in the UK’s Daily Mail that discussed heraldry in regard to Lord Sugar of Clapton (formerly Sir Alan Sugar, recently created a Baron) petitioning the College of Arms for a coat of arms. The central figure in the British version of "The Apprentice", Lord Sugar's arms (suggests Mr. Letts) may include a mouse as a pun on a computer "mouse". In any case, you can read the full op-ed piece here: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/debate/article-1211295/QUENTIN-LETTS-Eek-Is-Lord-Sugar-dreaming-mighty-mouse-rampant.html

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