Despite accounts to the contrary, it just may have been built in a day -- six days under God's Heavens & Earth project record, mind you -- but in thinking empirically I sure have discovered something interesting on the letters down:
I dunno. I do a lot in a day, much of it boring to me but very interesting to a lot of other, say parties. They tell you right out it's parties. Interested parties on your behalf.
So back on track, as in the one they run on you, the Bible's full of all kindsa secrets spelled down and sideways. So why not Rome? And what a guilty, taxed place of almost all slaves and then the Rich. Oh well, it least it burns. It always always burns, and it goes up quick cuz someone always fiddles around too long instead of heeding mutiny's tides.
"The blaze broke out near the Circus Maximus stadium and raged for six days before it was extinguished."
Good luck, Citizens of Xperience. May, as the Irish say, the wind be to your back, and not bent by some jackass fat-cat senator of economy while you do all the walking.
Well done, if not Rare. Grab the tiger by the hare. The four letters to which you referred, R-O-M-E, Aren't Even Beneath Notice. I would have guessed another. Justice Eats Fair-weather Friends, as you know. As I see it, if she's burning, then why is there no fiddle? Evil triumphs because good men do nothing.
You bring me back for this. The Empire Never Ended . Google is a great oracle. ;)
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