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37 minutes ago, Sal Rosenberg said:

Yeah , it slacked right off over there once sledding started to wind down , so yeah , kind of boring right now .   So much so in fact , that I came over here and did what we do over here..... for 3 day's in a row ...... run around like an 8 year old broad making a whole bunch of stupid fucking posts in stupid fucking arguments that go nowhere :lol:   Figured I'd try to see what the attraction was . was fun for the first 2 but I'm already questioning wtf I'm doing here . I dunno how you mooks do it .  What I have figured out tho is that if you think this is " Exciting" , then you you have no business making wise cracks about ANYBODY :lol:  

/thread.  :lol: 

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43 minutes ago, Sal Rosenberg said:

Yeah , it slacked right off over there once sledding started to wind down , so yeah , kind of boring right now .   So much so in fact , that I came over here and did what we do over here..... for 3 day's in a row ...... run around like an 8 year old broad making a whole bunch of stupid fucking posts in stupid fucking arguments that go nowhere :lol:   Figured I'd try to see what the attraction was . was fun for the first 2 but I'm already questioning wtf I'm doing here . I dunno how you mooks do it .  What I have figured out tho is that if you think this is " Exciting" , then you you have no business making wise cracks about ANYBODY :lol:  

You can't quit us!!!!111

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7 hours ago, NaturallyAspirated said:

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Neal

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7 hours ago, Sal Rosenberg said:

Yeah , it slacked right off over there once sledding started to wind down , so yeah , kind of boring right now .   So much so in fact , that I came over here and did what we do over here..... for 3 day's in a row ...... run around like an 8 year old broad making a whole bunch of stupid fucking posts in stupid fucking arguments that go nowhere :lol:   Figured I'd try to see what the attraction was . was fun for the first 2 but I'm already questioning wtf I'm doing here . I dunno how you mooks do it .  What I have figured out tho is that if you think this is " Exciting" , then you you have no business making wise cracks about ANYBODY :lol:  

IT.  IS.  AWESOME!!!!  :lmao:

8 hours ago, Carlos Danger said:

Cover ups never work. The cheese eating surrender monkeys would go Roman on the Muslims if they had a hand in it.

I'd fucking love it.  Mooozies should bomb the vatican!  King of the mountain!  GO!

IMA BE LIKE:

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15 hours ago, Jimmy Snacks said:

There is no way to even restore it IMO...it’s unfathomable.

:bc: 

French billionaires promise $300M to rebuild Notre Dame Cathedral after brutal fire

Salma Hayek’s husband, the French billionaire François-Henri Pinault, pledged almost $113 million to rebuild Paris’ historic Notre Dame Cathedral after Monday’s devastating fire.

Pinault announced Tuesday that he will draw almost $113 million in funds from his family’s investment firm, Artemis, “to participate in the effort that will be necessary for the complete reconstruction of Notre-Dame,” the French newspaper Le Figaro reported.

Pinault, 56, who is the chairman and CEO of Kering, a Paris-based luxury group behind brands including Gucci, Yves Saint Laurent, Balenciaga, Alexander McQueen, married the Mexican and American actress Salma Hayek in Paris in 2009, Yahoo News reported. The couple owns a residence nearby the destroyed 12th-century medieval Catholic cathedral.

“As many others I’m in deep shock and sadness to witness the beauty of Notre-Dame turn into smoke. I love you Paris,” Hayek said on Instagram, sharing an image of the cathedral ablaze.

Pinault’s father, the 82-year-old Francois Pinault, is worth $37.3 billion, according to Bloomberg’s Billionaire Index. The family’s contribution is the first major donation to reconstruction efforts after the fire engulfed the historic structure, leading to the collapse of the structure’s main spire.

Bernard Arnault, owner of the luxury goods group LVMH, which is responsible for Moët Hennessy and Louis Vuitton SE among other brands, pledged $226 million toward reconstruction efforts. The Arnault family and LVMH will make the donation to save such an important “symbol of France, its heritage and its unity,” LVMH said in a statement.

A public fundraising drive for reconstruction efforts kicked off Tuesday. French President Emmanuel Macron addressed a sorrowful crowd at the site. He vowed to rebuild the cathedral for the French people, describing it as the “epicenter” of their lives, The New York Post reported.

“It is what our history deserves,” Macron said. “It is, in the deepest sense, our destiny.”

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16 minutes ago, jammin said:

:bc: 

French billionaires promise $300M to rebuild Notre Dame Cathedral after brutal fire

Salma Hayek’s husband, the French billionaire François-Henri Pinault, pledged almost $113 million to rebuild Paris’ historic Notre Dame Cathedral after Monday’s devastating fire.

Pinault announced Tuesday that he will draw almost $113 million in funds from his family’s investment firm, Artemis, “to participate in the effort that will be necessary for the complete reconstruction of Notre-Dame,” the French newspaper Le Figaro reported.

Pinault, 56, who is the chairman and CEO of Kering, a Paris-based luxury group behind brands including Gucci, Yves Saint Laurent, Balenciaga, Alexander McQueen, married the Mexican and American actress Salma Hayek in Paris in 2009, Yahoo News reported. The couple owns a residence nearby the destroyed 12th-century medieval Catholic cathedral.

“As many others I’m in deep shock and sadness to witness the beauty of Notre-Dame turn into smoke. I love you Paris,” Hayek said on Instagram, sharing an image of the cathedral ablaze.

Pinault’s father, the 82-year-old Francois Pinault, is worth $37.3 billion, according to Bloomberg’s Billionaire Index. The family’s contribution is the first major donation to reconstruction efforts after the fire engulfed the historic structure, leading to the collapse of the structure’s main spire.

Bernard Arnault, owner of the luxury goods group LVMH, which is responsible for Moët Hennessy and Louis Vuitton SE among other brands, pledged $226 million toward reconstruction efforts. The Arnault family and LVMH will make the donation to save such an important “symbol of France, its heritage and its unity,” LVMH said in a statement.

A public fundraising drive for reconstruction efforts kicked off Tuesday. French President Emmanuel Macron addressed a sorrowful crowd at the site. He vowed to rebuild the cathedral for the French people, describing it as the “epicenter” of their lives, The New York Post reported.

“It is what our history deserves,” Macron said. “It is, in the deepest sense, our destiny.”

I think this will be just the start.  Good for them.  

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Such a sad thing to have happen to one of Paris’ greatest icons. Ive been inside twice. Once was a limited visit because of a wedding. The second visit was much more incredible. 

Ive seen a few videos on FB and im very surprised how much of the architecture, decor and stain glass was still in good shape after the fire. I expected the whole place to be virtually destroyed. 

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i see him as well,  amazing.  Maybe he's going to rain fire down upon the mooosssssllliiimmmssss for setting fire to Gods houses all over france

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