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In aid of World Monuments Fund Britain
#21
-------------> right over ma head! ---------------------> lands a few km behind me.

"No job worth doing was ever done on time or under budget.."
Khufu
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#22
you have lost me, the throwing thing was in romans some questions

although might it be about this- modern monuments need disabled access and toilet facilities to be inclusive and to get community money from the community and so toilet watching is likely a regular archaeological opportunity which we probably will have to compete over which might involve us fighting each other in a good natured to get at the goodies. I imagine sometime soon a guide book to be used whilst contemplating the facilities about what was found in the course of their construction. When you sometimes see alternative funding being sort it could be because the monument owners are trying to get passed the lack of toilet issues, all rather silly as putting a toilet in can help increase the value of the monument on the property market especially if it has to go through ancient burial grounds which might put off future buyers as they might has superstitions about putting toilets in palces of monuments. I don?t know what DDoL thinks about traditional toilets in churches how long has stow had a toilet, did he use it when he went there . I think that they should be included in the geodetic dome plans and this might then put then on the outside dome wall away from the centre of the monument and so preserve the archaeology in situ.
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#23
last time i went to Stow it was locked so dint get to find out-even Vicars need to pee!
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#24
Good job you were not looking for sanctuary
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#25
or for a toilet!i do object when Churches/Cathedrals charge for entry though-what if some of us just want to pray,even Jesus said something bout turning his Father's house into a den of thieves.
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#26
I think its alright to charge for entry for churches I think he meant not for synagogues
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#27
I am saddened by the number of churches that must be locked now-a-days for fear of vandalism and theft. All religious locations have a right to be treated with respect.

"No job worth doing was ever done on time or under budget.."
Khufu
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#28
Charging for entry into churches Unit? isn't that a tax on worship?besides its the same God for both places of worship.
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