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    Butt and Pass Gets a Bunker

    Well, it looks like a butt and pass (around 11:15 if you don't want to watch whole thing). Can't help but think of rreidnauer when they were setting the steps. Touches on a lot of the skills used/discussed in other builds.

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    It's just a kit home. My neighbor's house has that same style construction.

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    All the contractors that installed it know where to go when the zombies come.



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    Quote Originally Posted by Shark View Post
    All the contractors that installed it know where to go when the zombies come.
    No, all workers were stripped of tracking devices (phones), blindfolded (even truck drivers), and sworn to secrecy (and families threatened in case of failure) -- every workday.

    Or not.

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    Quote Originally Posted by donjuedo View Post
    No, all workers were stripped of tracking devices (phones), blindfolded (even truck drivers), and sworn to secrecy (and families threatened in case of failure) -- every workday.

    Or not.

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    The Congressional bunker under the Greenbrier resort was a not very well kept secret locally until the new York times ran an article and exposed it's location, now the word is that one of the new Congressional bunkers is somewhere at the new Bechtel Boy Scout reservation. One of my friends ran the national guards involvement, concrete trucks from local ready mix would drive up to the gates of the camp, get out, a national guardsman would get in, take the truck, empty it, and bring it back to the driver waiting at the gate. This was passed off as " training" for the guardsman, but smart money is on another government zombie/doomsday bunker there
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    Quote Originally Posted by rckclmbr428 View Post
    The Congressional bunker under the Greenbrier resort was a not very well kept secret locally until the new York times ran an article and exposed it's location, now the word is that one of the new Congressional bunkers is somewhere at the new Bechtel Boy Scout reservation. One of my friends ran the national guards involvement, concrete trucks from local ready mix would drive up to the gates of the camp, get out, a national guardsman would get in, take the truck, empty it, and bring it back to the driver waiting at the gate. This was passed off as " training" for the guardsman, but smart money is on another government zombie/doomsday bunker there
    Yup. This is, for me, the most compelling reason against those claims of the whole moon landing being faked. For one, I did work several Shuttle missions in Mission Control of the Johnson Space Center, so I saw not only what was there, but a lot of the on-site history. But more importantly, the idea that SOOOOOO many people could participate in faking a moon landing AND keep their mouths shut is unbelievable to me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by donjuedo View Post
    Yup. This is, for me, the most compelling reason against those claims of the whole moon landing being faked. For one, I did work several Shuttle missions in Mission Control of the Johnson Space Center, so I saw not only what was there, but a lot of the on-site history. But more importantly, the idea that SOOOOOO many people could participate in faking a moon landing AND keep their mouths shut is unbelievable to me.
    Well, I believe in the moon landing, but big groups can keep their mouths shut. Look at our government. I believe a select few make all the decisions and most of the politicians are just pawns, or you could call them “Manchurian candidates”.


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    Wow, sure takes face mask paranoia to a whole new level.

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    I like how proud they are of their escape hatch, for dealing with radiation, but their air system and main entrance do nothing to address it. Also, the air system condensation drain is inaccessible for servicing, and it looks like no plans at all for drainage. I wouldn't be surprised if all that air starts floating up in a few years.

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