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    Many American cities have beautiful churches and cathedrals too Bluemonday.

    Here's video of the inside of a church in my area,
    [youtube="HrJ7pT2yRXc"]Sweetest Heart of Mary[/youtube]

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    Quote Originally Posted by Peguy View Post
    Many American cities have beautiful churches and cathedrals too Bluemonday.
    yeah, lookit this big fuckin Jesus we got.



    Compete with that...

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    I once found this.

    5w4 - Idiosyncratic/Leisurely/Dramatic
    It's the devil's way now.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bluemonday View Post
    You got a mouse house, we got a culture and this:

    [picture of a lovely piece of artwork]

    PWNED! (again)
    Really? Can you buy that? Do you live there?

    Historical pieces are off-limits, because we can only go back so far before your history is our history. For a proper comparison, both of us should only cite works created after 1776.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ajblaise View Post
    yeah, lookit this big fuckin Jesus we got.



    Compete with that...
    California I presume?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Peguy View Post
    California I presume?
    Even better, Ohio.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ajblaise View Post
    Even better, Ohio.
    Oh my goodness.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Peguy View Post
    Many American cities have beautiful churches and cathedrals too Bluemonday.

    Here's video of the inside of a church in my area,
    Well hell. Sistine chapel got nuthin on that! :rolli:
    Quote Originally Posted by ajblaise View Post
    yeah, lookit this big fuckin Jesus we got.



    Compete with that...
    ROFLMAO!
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    I once found this.

    ROFLMAO X2!
    Quote Originally Posted by oberon View Post
    Really? Can you buy that? Do you live there?

    Historical pieces are off-limits, because we can only go back so far before your history is our history. For a proper comparison, both of us should only cite works created after 1776.
    Bullshit! Stick to stealing oil, you can't have our history!
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    What happened to discussion?
    You can't spell "justice" without ISTJ.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bluemonday View Post
    Well hell. Sistine chapel got nuthin on that! :rolli:
    Yeah ok you're just stacking the deck.

    Bullshit! Stick to stealing oil, you can't have our history!
    Oh but we learned from the masters:
    History of Oil in Iraq

    Lord Curzon, the British Foreign Secretary, denied that oil interests influenced policy in Iraq, but the archives show that the British government rushed troops to Mosul in 1918 to gain control of the northern oil fields. Britain and France clashed over Iraq's oil during the Versailles Conference and after, but Britain eventually took the lions share by turning its military victories into colonial rule. The powerful Iraq Petroleum Company, in which US and French firms held minority positions, acted always in the cartel interests of the Anglo-American companies. To the furty of the Iraqis and the French, it held down production to maximize profits elswhere. The company kept a monopoly of Iraqs oil sector until nationalization in 1972. [

    History of Oil in Iraq - UN Security Council - Global Policy Forum
    And more about how the French and British were so friendly to each other over Iraq's oil:
    France, too, lacked oil fields in its home terriorites, and its politicians and imperial strategists saw Mesopotamia as a key resource for Frances future industrial and military might. In the months after the armistice, nothing caused greater friction between the two allies than the oil question. During the Versailles Peace Conference, British Prime Minister David Lloyd George and his French counterpart Georges Clemenceau nearly came to blows over Mesopotamian (Iraqi) oil, according to eyewitness accounts. US President Wooddrow Wilson apparently intervened and only barely restrained them. Finally, in the secret San Remo Agreement of 1920, the two rivals agreed to give Britain political control over all Mespoltamia, in return for France taking over the German quarter share in the Turkish Petroleum Company. All this before a drop of oil had been discovered in the disputed territory!

    Great Power Conflict over Iraqi Oil: the World War I Era - UN Security Council - Global Policy Forum

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