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Lighting up the Empire State Tower Bldg

Discussion in 'Other Discussions' started by Salty, Jan 5, 2011.

  1. Salty

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    Yep - the lights always have a meaning to them. :)
     
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    And if you're ever in Birmingham, if Vulcan's torch is red, that means there has been a traffic fatality in the city. If it's green, that means all is well.
     
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    Must be a different Birmingham to the one I know. :)
     
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    Should be interesting this next week - as the lights are turned on
     
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    David

    There is a Birmingham, Alabama of which I reside in the rural outskirts

    Vulcan is a statue in the (more or less) central part of the city but can be seen from quiet some distance due to the land lay of the area surrounding
     
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    And the largest cast iron statue in the world! I am glad they decided to preserve the old boy instead of sending him to the scrap heap :)
     
  8. David Lamb

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    Thanks, Blackbird! I must admit to having forgotten this thread. I see that I sent my tongue-in-cheek post back in January. Thanks anyway!
     
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