Discussion in 'General Chat' started by lucjanssens, Apr 15, 2019.
i visited it last week Friday
then it was still whole
honestly, France seems to be all at fire these days... Like, you see a revolution every week
They could probably reconstruct with modern technology and materials (based on photos or blueprints etc) but even if it’s copied brick by brick- it will never be the “original”.
Ephemeralness of life...
i don't think this where the yellow vests
lastest photo of notre dame
oh wait this is during ww2, they rebuild it once they can rebuild it again
We are the generation(s) that saw the twintowers fall.
We are the generation(s) that saw notre dame burn.
What else did we lose?
What else will we lose?
the big ben?
Bloody hell, holy weeks about to start or already did.. way to start it by having the iconic cathedral burn.. well i know what the church about to sermon at least..
As a french, what is currently happening is insane. My family which is Christian is freaking out. This event is as shocking as a terrorist attack for not only the catholique but also every one else.
It is, and this is happening when holy week about to start for us catholics.
Yeah, I'm French and I confirm people are getting pretty emotional over it. Meanwhile I... am posting picture of Frollo burning Notre Dame and the gargoyle burning
I'm curious what pics are those now..
shit history is burning
I know I'm mean, I'm very sad,
but maybe that push them to stop fighting.
or the finger pointing will start about who's fault is was
I think it was photo of the day:
I see lots of scaffolding probably some live wires got damaged resulting in the fire.
For reference - it was before the fire:
Scaffolding were made around spire that fallen and broke through the roof.
Hey, at least you're joke was light. (no pun intended) Mine was actually simpler but disturbing.
Spoiler: Bad Joke
I, too hope the people survive in the fire.
As insensitive as it is, its too early for jokes at the moment. I would liken this loss as a grieving moment for a lot of people.
"Ship of Theseus" The logic of fundamentally replacing/restoring the parts or entirety of an object, makes it either the same or different.
In all likeness to "My Grandfather's Axe" story.
Some will say it "is" the same and others will say it "is not" the same
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