A nice signpost. ++++ Jürgen sends you his greetings from Frankfurt-upon-Main, Germany
Actually Busch Stadium 3.
the first comment is correct, Naval and Military Club also known as The In & Out is at No 4 St James Square. The Club used to be on Picadilly but moved in 1999. The RAF Club is a different place on Picadilly
thats in the wrong place retard!?!?!
what i am talking about...
When God made man, he did him like a potter's vessel. And breathed into it, spirit of life (breath). This means that? This means: First, that man is composed of body (bottle) and spirit (breath). Second, that when God made man he did not made him as second product category. When God made man gave him his spirit, made him his spiritual image and likeness.
So what happened? Well what happened was that the man began to twist things. Man began to disobey God's commandments. The man began to do what he wanted. So he filled his live of suffering and bad things. Then God was angry with the man and take away his spirit of him. Thus leaving an empty space (hole). Then the man filled that hole with all kinds of crap. Transforming his soul in a garbage dump spiritual.
Today God is calling humanity to repentance. Today God is calling us to straighten our paths. Today God is inviting us to participate in his Kingdom.
Anyone wishing to participate must make this bread (wisdom) his wealth.
Therefore: you must do the desires of God. Raised this bread (seed) throughout the world. We must finish once and for all the evil that exists in the mind of humanity.
Note: This is the bread of God is not only for yourself, you should share it. Copy this comment and put it in another picture, because that is the wish of God. Matthew 13: 36-38
I am the prophet Elijah and my site is: www.overbo.uni5.net
This is along the "Lincoln Highway", cool.
Needs to be demolished and replaced with a parking lot
The Governor's Palace as reconstructed by the JD Rockefeller's Colonial Williamsburg Foundation, c.1937, with help from sketches young Thomas Jefferson made during an early visit to Williamsburg. Jefferson wanted to record the Palladian and classical principles evident in the design, both inside and out, which were very typical of mid-1700s architecture and would show up again in his own Monticello.