A. Concerning American Anglophilia, what can one say? It's a remarkably silly phenomenon to behold. It seems to consist of a misplaced desire for culture, bourgeois nostalgia for aristocratic manners, and a tendency toward unjustified snobbery.
B. For every natural k, a planar 3-regular graph can be drawn with 2k vertices.
C. Dear proponents of "localism", Do you know your neighbors? I didn't think so.