Harry Freakstorm: "It's like tearing down an Indian burial ground. It's a no-brainer," said Hasselhoff, before recounting his own memories of visiting East Germany - grim cities, grim food - shortly before unification.http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2013/03/17/david-hasselhoff-berlin-wall _ n_2895898.htmlNo one wants to tear down an indian burial ground. That would be a horrible idea: to tear down an indian burial ground. If someone were to say to me "See this indian burial ground? I would like to tear it down." I would say "That's a bad idea there, chief."
On-Off: the paintings where restored in 2009, mostly by the original artists, who got paid not much (compared to the revenue the thing generate)The investors actualy want to tear the whole thing down.Yeah, this is a free country, but the will of 100000 is nothing against a few A-holes with money
Superjew: TIL subby has trouble with the concept of context.
dmcman73: "It was staggering and overwhelming. The only place they had a flat road was in front of where politicians lived," he said. "Thefood in Leipzig tasted like shoe leather. There was acid rain all over the cars. They had lived in acid rain for the last twenty odd years."Sooooo...he's saying that acid rain only fell on one side of the wall and not the other??
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