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Sicily - this is practically the view out of Scott's old apartment there... :(  Makes me a little homesick.

Sicily - this is practically the view out of Scott's old apartment there... :( Makes me a little homesick.

i saw a young lady outside this library wearing an Opeth shirt.  I flashed her the horns.  She ignored me.

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i saw a young lady outside this library wearing an Opeth shirt. I flashed her the horns. She ignored me.

MILDRED B. COOPER MEMORIAL CHAPEL:  designed by Arkansas architects E. Fay Jones & Maurice Jennings in 1988. This steel and glass chapel sits on a wooded hilltop overlooking Lake Norwood in Bella Vista, Arkansas. Jones used steel and glass to create a series of Gothic arches that run the length of the chapel. Jones also designed everything in the chapel, from the light fixtures to the furniture and moldings, to blend with its surroundings.

MILDRED B. COOPER MEMORIAL CHAPEL: designed by Arkansas architects E. Fay Jones & Maurice Jennings in 1988. This steel and glass chapel sits on a wooded hilltop overlooking Lake Norwood in Bella Vista, Arkansas. Jones used steel and glass to create a series of Gothic arches that run the length of the chapel. Jones also designed everything in the chapel, from the light fixtures to the furniture and moldings, to blend with its surroundings.

Ironbridge Shropshire

Ironbridge Shropshire

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My photo of Wolfe's Diner posted here representing the fictitious "League of Ubiquitous and Nondescript New Jersey Diners" -- first of all, it's in Pennsylvania, not New Jersey (although it was made in New Jersey.)  And these diners are an important and endangered part of America's cultural and historical heritage!  (However, she did give me a proper photo credit and spelled my name right!)

My photo of Wolfe's Diner posted here representing the fictitious "League of Ubiquitous and Nondescript New Jersey Diners" -- first of all, it's in Pennsylvania, not New Jersey (although it was made in New Jersey.) And these diners are an important and endangered part of America's cultural and historical heritage! (However, she did give me a proper photo credit and spelled my name right!)

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