Sunday, November 15, 2015

Vive La France

City of Light

Having visited Paris a few times in the past J and L wanted to express our heart felt condolences to the beautiful and wonderful people who live there. We always felt welcomed in the city on the River Seine.

Paris is truly the City of Light when during the Age of Enlightenment education and the promise of new innovative ideas were at its very core. Those ideas spread around the world making each following century that much better. In 1828, gas lamps were erected along the Champs-Elysees and being the first city in Europe to light a major thoroughfare earned the title 'La Ville-Lumiere'. Talk about being creative and full of bright ideas!

This is not a long piece nor should it be but simply a note to the people of Paris who have suffered at the hands of cowards who shun the idea of new thoughts and creativity but only have a sickly perverted desire to move back into the dark ages.

It won't happen because it can't - the free peoples of the world will not allow such a travesty to occur.

Hey  ISIS - the French are coming!

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