Originally Posted by George Broderick, Jr.
I'm not quite as versed as I should be in my English history and am sincerely asking this, not trying to upset anyone... but why would you have a "day" for a guy who tried to blow up Parlaiment..?
That'd be like the USA having a Timothy McViegh Day... what am I missing..?
i think we celebrate the fact that he didn't succeed? i love bonfire night, had a great night last night and i agree, it's now the start of the season!! i will be watching a christmas film tonight to get me in the mood.
i've got so many christmassy things to do but such little time.