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Retreat Tower

Retreat Tower

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Chris, I am sorry to be the bearer of bad news, but towers neither advance not retreat. Contrary to popular opinion, though, they have been known to lean, hop up and down, and occasionally eiffel.


My mistake

I could have sworn it was retreating, but your are right. It might be eiffeling, though perhaps Babeling.

Pretty sure it has Turret syndrome, too.


Tower de force

Aside from the puns, which I enjoyed, I like the shot.


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