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    Ted Heiks is offline Moderator and Distinguished Senior Member
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    Slick Willy the Comeback Kid Remembers J2P2

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    Re: Slick Willy the Comeback Kid Remembers J2P2

    Originally posted by Ted Heiks
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    Interesting article. I was fortunate enough to see the Pope give a mass at the Vatican back in 2000. Vatican City is quite remarkable. The catacombes underground are really somthing, Of course the Sistine Chapel is just breathtaking! I was able to get a perfect picture of Michelangelo's "The Last Judgement". I got lucky because they don't allow picture taking in the Chapel, but one of docents there signaled for me to take a picture real quick before his boss could see. Lucky me!


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