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A public conversation about our worlds.

  • Monday: Morgan J. Locke
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  • Thursday: Bradley Denton
  • Friday: Steven Gould
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  • Sunday: Rory Harper

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These Things Keep Flying Over My House

September 21st, 2007 by Steven Gould

Coolio

The Air Force’s first operational CV-22 Osprey was delivered to the 58th Special Operations Wing (58th SOW) at Kirtland Air Force Base, New Mexico on 20 March 2006. This and subsequent aircraft will become part of the 58th SOW’s fleet of aircraft used for training pilots and crewmembers for special operations use.

We’re less than a mile from the Base. (They’re really cool!)

Rory may want to deal with the zombies on flame-thrower equipped motorcycles but I’m betting these babies wouldn’t be too bad.

Posted in Science Fiction, Steve, Technology, Zombies | 3 Comments »

45,000 square feet of usable space — not including the tunnels

September 21st, 2007 by Steven Gould

We’ll put on a show!

“None of [the other old missile bases] has usable electrical systems etc,” Hotchkiss says in his ad. “Most all of them have major water problems — either completely filled with water or gone to rust. Ours is one of the rare ones, and the only usable Titan that . . . is DRY!”

(Thanks, LDA!)

Posted in Politics, Steve, Technology, Toys | 3 Comments »

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