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    Iron Fist Senior Member Husar's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by Greyblades View Post
    60% being subtracted from the tax income is better than the 100 that would need to be taken if they didnt.
    The government footing 100% of the bill while their wealth gets taxed at 60% all the time, that's the correct combination here.

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    Hopefully the murmerings about the government planning on replacing the spire with some symbolic modern art eysore is just the rumor mill.
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    You know what, there is one design I would prefer over a restoration of the original tower:

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    Notre Dame fire graphical chronology
    Vitiate Man.

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    I saw that on NYT - a fantastic article, with some really good infographics / digital graphics. Plus I really appreciated the interviews with the firefighters with a very clear message - we were very, very close to have the Notre Dame collapse completely.

    Bravery saved the day.
    Ja mata, TosaInu. You will forever be remembered.

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