Where is the Magic Underwear storage room?
posted on 05/23/2019 6:38:34 AM PDT
It looks like a wedding cake...
posted on 05/23/2019 6:42:17 AM PDT
("A Republic, if you can keep it")
It is so secret, they are opening it to the public?
posted on 05/23/2019 6:46:35 AM PDT
(The politicized state destroys all aspects of civil society, human kindness and private charity.)
To: C19fan; Gamecock; SaveFerris
The landmark, which was first built in the 1960s, also serves as an FAA beacon which helps incoming planes navigate their landings, according to Architectural Digest.
No windows? That’s creepy right there.
The bridal room, also on the first floor, is seen above. It has floor-length mirrors for brides
Hmmm...something seems to be missing in this photograph. Was it taken by Count Dracula?
After the Mormon temple was built in D.C., it was opened to the public for a short time. At the end of that time, it was (and has been) closed to the public, it was re-consecrated, and all the carpet, trodden on by the non-believers, was taken up and tossed with new carpet being installed.
posted on 05/23/2019 6:57:22 AM PDT
I live about 2 miles from that temple. They do it up nice with holiday lights for the Christmas season.
posted on 05/23/2019 6:57:32 AM PDT
Mormons are part of a cult, including their many separate sects. Their behavior could not stand the light of public view of their activities, hence their secretive ways. Like most cults, the most important goal is the expansion of the organization. Their members serve no purpose beyond achieving that goal and providing power to the men who comprise the leadership.
The bridal room, also on the first floor, is seen above. It has floor-length mirrors for brides.
ONZ, that's so sinister!!! Who else but Mormons! (*screech!*) would put full-length mirrors in a brides' room?!? They're ruining this country!
posted on 05/23/2019 8:43:01 AM PDT
(Be like Kendrick, Brendan, and Riley.)
...secretive Mormon Temple, in California
As opposed to the non-secretive Mormon Temples throughout the east of the World?
posted on 05/23/2019 10:08:03 AM PDT
(Making the world safe for nuclear power for over 20 years)
posted on 05/23/2019 3:03:32 PM PDT
(Who will think of the gerbils ? Just say no to Buttgiggity !)
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