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#21h20 Paris time turn on your lights and play loud music


“Around the world, French artists and cultural figures are calling for people to mark a week since the start of the attacks with an outpouring of ‘noise and light.’ The call is going out on Twitter with people using #21h20 or 9:20 p.m., the time the attacks began on November 13.

People are asked to turn on lights, light candles, and play music” to show we will not give up what Paris represents. To say no to being oppressed by religious fanatics and their imbecilic death cults. 

6 comments on “#21h20 Paris time turn on your lights and play loud music

  1. Clare Flourish
    November 20, 2015


    Any excuse for a party. Da’esh want us to fear and hate. They loathe the thought that they are practically irrelevant.

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  2. Colin
    November 20, 2015

    I have loaded up on Piaf and French wine. I’m ready 🙂

    Liked by 1 person

  3. Charmaine Martin
    November 20, 2015

    Responding to this AND previous thread: I’m not the sort of Christian guest who insists on saying grace aloud, and harshing everyone’s buzz. BUT I’m going to pray for you guys whether you like it or not. So there.
    Having said that, I’m an Episcopalian. And wherever you find four Episcopalians, you find a fifth. So … an anti-terrorist loud party with booze and music? HELL, YEAH!

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    • Clare Flourish
      November 20, 2015

      Hello. I am baptised Episcopalian. Scots rather than ECUSA- where you got your bishops from!


      • Charmaine Martin
        November 21, 2015

        …and Scots Episcopalians have the BEST fifths! (I wonder if Bp Seabury had the good sense to bring home a barrel of single malt?)


      • Clare Flourish
        November 21, 2015

        If he had, it would probably all have been drunk by now.


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