So Where Am I and What Made This Place So Famous?

by Englishman 14 Replies latest jw friends

  • SixofNine

    Oh wait, is this that wall that George Bush made famous with his demand "Tony Blair, tear down this wall!"?

  • WildHorses

    Come on Mike, give us another hint.

  • Englishman
    It looks to me like the opening scene from The French Lieutenant's of my top ten all time favorites with Meryl Streep and Jeremy Irons.

    Brilliant! Wasasister wins!

  • Elsewhere

    Blasphemer!!! That was the ALAMO!!!

  • BluesBrother

    I knew the answer!! Too late as usual

    Great film.. I dont know why it appealed to me so much , but it did.. Nb . I always remember one scene , in the modern day part of it, Jeremy Irons works out that if there were umpteen thousand prostitutes reportedly working in Victorian London, then your average Victorian gent. must have had several extra marital f****s (his word not mine) per week.

    That always stuck in my mind and was perhaps my first inkling that these "Critical times" are not so different from the past after all .I checked some stats when I was seriously questioning dub teachings

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