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@drewnogal saidThanks for posting that! Interesting the concrete mortar held fast while the stones were the ones being porous and the water deteriorating the stones over the centuries. Maybe they should be using rock not so porous?
As it now was:
@torunn saidIt looks like they aren't doing anything.
According to Swedish media, the question has been raised why it took so long to get the extinguishing started.
@the-gravedigger saidYou are in luck, I have live footage of Quasimodo.
Quasimodo had been working at Notre Dame for several years without taking even one day off. He finally decided he needed a vacation. He spoke to the bishop at Notre Dame and asked for two weeks off. The bishop agreed on one condition - Quasimodo had to find someone to replace him for the two weeks he would be gone. Quasimodo agreed and put an ad in the paper for a bel ...[text shortened]... , "Do you know who this man is?" Quasimodo shook his head. "No, I don't, but his face rings a bell."