Sky Wall Decals Ghiffa Sacred Mountain – 72 inches x 16 inches – Peel and Stick Removable Graphic

Sky Wall Decals Ghiffa Sacred Mountain – 72 inches x 16 inches – Peel and Stick Removable Graphic

  • Easy to install, simply peel & stick!
  • Available in a variety of sizes.
  • Fast delivery, printed on demand just for you.
  • Paint-safe self-adhesive. Sticks to any smooth surface.
  • Repositionable. Can be moved again and again.
  • WallMonkeys are intended for indoor use only, they are not waterproof.
  • Orders ship within 2-3 business days. Images containing dark colors require the full 3 days to allow inks to dry prior to shipping. Quality is worth the wait.
  • Our huge selection of decals are perfect for virtually any use: school projects, trade shows, teachers classrooms, colleges, nurseries, college dorms, event planners, and corporations of all size. Apply a WallMonkey graphic to your wall in minutes. Made from high quality materials using state-of-the-art production methods, WallMonkeys go where you go! Simply remove and re-apply. WallMonkeys paint-safe self-adhesive won’t leave any sticky residue behind. Available in a variety of sizes and prices, WallMonkeys are always a perfect fit. Have you measured your wall? WallMonkeys are printed on-demand, so PLEASE double check the size of the image you are ordering prior to clicking the ‘ADD TO CART’ button.

    List Price: $ 119.99

    Price: $ 119.99

  • Not allowed to look at church website?

    Question by Misty: Not allowed to look at church website?
    I went to pull up a church website and got this message. What does this mean. (this is serious, not a joke. it was a church website.) Please explain in detail. This church doesn’t know me. how can they ban me from viewing their website? Thank you. ps it says to contact the website administrator but i wouldn’t know how to if i can’t get on the site to find the website administrator’s email address.

    You are not authorized to view this page
    The Web server you are attempting to reach has a list of IP addresses that are not allowed to access the Web site, and the IP address of your browsing computer is on this list.
    Please try the following:
    Contact the Web site administrator if you believe you should be able to view this directory or page.
    HTTP Error 403.6 – Forbidden: IP address of the client has been rejected.
    Internet Information Services (IIS)
    for those suggesting my screen name might have something to do with it, please explain how on the other end of the internet the wires and juice would pop up my yahoo answers name such that the website wouldn’t let me in.

    Best answer:

    Answer by Shoch
    They think that you are the devil.


    Know better? Leave your own answer in the comments!

    City Methodist Church 1571

    City Methodist Church 1571
    Church websites
    Image by Michael Kappel
    City Methodist Church Urban decay.
    This huge gothic church was built in Gary Indiana in 1925. This decaying methodist church opened in 1926 and was closed in 1980.
    Photographed by Michael Kappel on Sunday September 16th 2012 after being abandoned for 32 years.

    Gary Indiana was founded in 1906 and its largest employer was US Steel.
    Population declined after the decline of US Steel and large sections of the city are
    abandoned. On April 28, 2009 Gary Methodist Church is featured in the episode "Outbreak" on "Life After People" as an example of what cities may look like 30 years after people.

    577 Washington St
    Gary, IN US
    United States of America

    Photo taken my Michael Kappel on a tour guided by Rick Drew
    View the high resolution image on my Photo website

    Poole (Wesleyan) Methodist Church, High Street, Poole, Dorset

    Poole (Wesleyan) Methodist Church, High Street, Poole, Dorset
    Church websites
    Image by Alwyn Ladell
    … with the Rev. J Westcombe.

    C T Snook, Poole.
    Postmarked Wareham, 1905.

    The 1878 church is now under serious threat of being ruined by wholly inappropriate plans submitted by the well-meaning but architecturally ignorant clergy (the same ones who have just closed three more Methodist churches in Poole). Money raised by the sale of their closed assets will be used to destroy yet more of Poole’s history inside a Conservation Area. The important interior (nave, galleries, etc.) will be swept away in favour of new floors for rooms to be let, toilets, kitchens and serveries. The 1864 Hall (older than the main church) which reconstructed the 1794 hall will be demolished, as will the small hall alongside. These will be replaced by a grotesque box of glass and reconstituted stone cladding that will deeply insult both church and neighbourhood. But you don’t have to take my word for it: you can download the plans from the Poole Methodist website:…
    or directly download the pdf file here:…
    and see how incongruous the proposed design would be in the historic Georgian High Street.