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Comment: Quite reasonable really:

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Quite reasonable really:

1. A ruler is unconstitutional in the USA. And if he's a rich young ruler, even more so.
2. Protracting proceedings is the prerogative only of politicians.
3. "Compassing the death of the heir to the throne" is a capital offence in Japan, punishable by "something humorous but lingering, boiling oil, melted lead, something of the sort". The airport authorities certainly got the point, there.
4. Carrying a slide rule incorporates ancient history into what is supposed to be a modern subject.
5. It's terrorists that calculate, especially the calculating young woman accompanying him.