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‘War Eagle’ from atop the Gateway Arch in St. Louis

As seen yesterday in St. Louis (“I bet Nelly was T-O’ed”) from approximately 630 ft.

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Since the arch is the Gateway to the West and stuff, and since Pasadena is in the west, this really seems right.

The cool thing? This was completely at random… as in Jason Cole, the person who took the photo, has no idea who wrote “War Eagle” in the snow. He just looked down and saw it. That’s a Christmas miracle.

h/t Ragan Cole

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