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This sandstone concretion from Fontainebleu in France can be found in the Smithsonian Institute's Museum of Natural History. An elegant natural formation, it shares a room with the Hope Diamond, an ugly piece of worthless carbon adorned with other gaudy crap used chiefly as a means to repay debts amongst an upper class historically and inexplicably deeply invested in gaudy crap.
This rock, on the other hand, is beautiful.
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hahahha... that's a good way to put it. =D although i'm not sure the hordes of ppl trying to see the hope diamond would have agreed. i do, though. the sandstone formation is indeed beautiful.
joyce L on July 18, 2005 03:49 AM
I have a thing a...
I have a thing against diamonds - poor Hope didn't stand a chance :)
Ryan Lee on July 21, 2005 05:44 AM
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