Crane Collapse Delays National Cathedral Repair

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Crane Collapse Delays National Cathedral Repair

A 500-ton crane set up to repair earthquake damage at the National Cathedral in Washington collapsed Wednesday, damaging several cars and a nearby building, but sparing the church itself. What do you think?

  • "Once again God expresses His disapproval of the sinful creations of Hollywood. Because, you know, they use cranes for shooting movies."

    Beth Popple
    Systems Analyst
  • "I sense the intervention of a merciful God in this. Well, after He fucked up and let the earthquake damage the cathedral in the first place."

    Chris Evans
  • "That other building wasn't Dr. Philips' Dental Clinic, was it? Because I have an appointment tomorrow morning."

    Tommy Innes