Stonehenge riddle solved?

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    SadGeezer
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    After you get over your revulsion HERE take a good read. I think they might of hit the right answer this time, albeit a bit hmmm primal 😛

    Now we know what the Leaning Tower of Pisa has been up to all this time 😈

    #67268
    Anonymous
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    After you get over your revulsion HERE take a good read. I think they might of hit the right answer this time, albeit a bit hmmm primal 😛

    Ah, primitive genitalia, no wonder I hadn’t made the connection. I should have studied the edited scenes on my Flintstones: Betty Does Bedrock DVD a little more closely. 😉

    Now we know what the Leaning Tower of Pisa has been up to all this time 😈

    Ah the sad old days before Viagra. Sad in a way that is, but things have become much harder since … in other ways, for architects. Bonanno Pisano, architect for The Leaning Tower, may not have had the ability (technology etc) to erect a firm tower (on such soft ground), but today fewer architects get the chance to create such beautiful structures, too busy designing Wall Marts etc., and “artists” like sculptors and architects etc. must contend with graffiti “artists” who deface their modern day Sphinxes, and tarnish their golden arches (McDonalds). Ah, architecture today is on shaky ground — prefab, made to fit, box… Sorry getting into a somewhat unrelated rant.

    “Stonehenge, where a man’s a man, and the children dance to the Pipes of Pan…” (Spinal Tap)

    #67272
    Anonymous
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    After poking around inside a bit, investigators have spread the mystery wide open.

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