Congratulations, you broke physics.
this gave me an aneurysm
That car one makes me want to cry.
Physics go home, you’re drunk.
This fucks me up worse than I already am.
Biltmore Estate at Christmastime…Asheville North Carolina…
The Biltmore House was built between 1889 and 1895 by George Washington Vanderbilt II a “little mountain escape” for his family. As the largest privately-owned home in the United States, the main house has 250 unique rooms including 35 bedrooms and 43 bathrooms. Also located in its 178,926 square feet is a basement that includes a 70,000 gallon swimming pool, exercise room and gymnasium, private bowling alley and servant’s quarters and several kitchens.
The estate also included The Biltmore Village and a Episcopal church for members of the community. Today the church is known as the Cathedral of All Souls.
Architect Richard Morris Hunt’s inspiration for the Châteausque design were Renaissance style homes built in 16th Century France. The pointed towers and unique shapes on the outside of the building are not alone. Scattered amongst the shapely designs are stone gargoyles and sculptures that hang all around the exterior of the home. Each one seems to have their own personality.