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Bizzare places to visit in the US
Luvapottamus
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silversides  Wrote: (11-29-2021 08:38 PM)
The M65 Atomic Cannon - Rock Island Arsenal, Illinois




https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fA9uSr8box8

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The 280 MM Gun At The Nevada Proving Ground




https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=B9F-l_3eLcE&t=0s

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The 280 MM Gun at the Nevada Proving Ground

The first artillery test was on May 25, 1953 at the Nevada Test Site. Fired as part of Operation Upshot-Knothole and codenamed Shot GRABLE, a 280 mm (11 inch) shell with a gun-type fission warhead was fired 10,000 m (6.2 miles) and detonated 160 m (525 ft) above the ground with an estimated yield of 15 kilotons. This was the only nuclear artillery shell ever actually fired in the US test program. The shell was 1384 mm (4.5 ft) long and weighed 365 kg (805 lb); it was fired from a special artillery piece, nicknamed "Atomic Annie", built by the Artillery Test Unit of Fort Sill, Oklahoma. Around 3,200 personnel were present. The warhead was designated the W9 and 80 were produced from 1952-53 for the T-124 shell. It was retired in 1957.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nuclear_artillery

Atomic Annie is at Ft Sill, Lawton OK.

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NormalIsSubjective

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Post: #17
RE: Bizzare places to visit in the US
Considering what goes on there, I can't believe Washington DC, and Wall St. aren't top of the list.


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NormalIsSubjective  Wrote: (11-30-2021 12:43 AM)
Considering what goes on there, I can't believe Washington DC, and Wall St. aren't top of the list.


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I'm posting places I didn't avoid going to.

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Post: #19
RE: Bizzare places to visit in the US
Here Are The 10 Weirdest Places You Can Possibly Go In Alabama

https://www.onlyinyourstate.com/alabama/...n-alabama/
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RE: Bizzare places to visit in the US
u didn't mention the Grand Canyon of the East in PA.

nor the museum dedicated to ppl who tried,some succeeded in going over Niagara Falls,NY either.

oh and don't forget the SKYWALK at the Real GC with glass floor.
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JAZZ 50  Wrote: (11-30-2021 02:42 AM)
u didn't mention the Grand Canyon of the East in PA.

nor the museum dedicated to ppl who tried,some succeeded in going over Niagara Falls,NY either.

oh and don't forget the SKYWALK at the Real GC with glass floor.

Not my thread.

Royal Gorge.

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Post: #22
RE: Bizzare places to visit in the US
Mars Cheese Castle- Wisconsin dells, WI (wisconsin dells in general is bizarro)

Spook Hill- Lake Wales, FL

Leaning Tower of Pisa (Not the Italy one, Illinois has one)- Niles, IL
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Bicnarok  Wrote: (11-29-2021 08:04 PM)
You yanks are bizzare anyway, an andearing quality.

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Post: #24
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Devil's kettle in Northern Wisconsin near Brule. It is a spot on the Brule river where the river splits at a waterfall and half of it goes down a hole, never to be seen again. Even dye sent down the hole never re-joins the river.
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LoP Guest  Wrote: (11-30-2021 06:08 AM)
Devil's kettle in Northern Wisconsin near Brule. It is a spot on the Brule river where the river splits at a waterfall and half of it goes down a hole, never to be seen again. Even dye sent down the hole never re-joins the river.

It is actually in Minnesota but it is real close to Wisconsin. Here is a picture. What goes in the hole never re-joins the river, ever.

https://2b9sqw2iiqxr36ntqa1exnal-wpengin...90-001.jpg
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Roys Tavern on the way to Bonners ferry Idaho is a great place to wet your whistle.
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RE: Bizzare places to visit in the US
LoP Guest  Wrote: (11-30-2021 06:10 AM)
LoP Guest  Wrote: (11-30-2021 06:08 AM)
Devil's kettle in Northern Wisconsin near Brule. It is a spot on the Brule river where the river splits at a waterfall and half of it goes down a hole, never to be seen again. Even dye sent down the hole never re-joins the river.

It is actually in Minnesota but it is real close to Wisconsin. Here is a picture. What goes in the hole never re-joins the river, ever.

https://2b9sqw2iiqxr36ntqa1exnal-wpengin...90-001.jpg

Here is another link with an explanation.
http://mysteriousfacts.com/wp-content/up...kettle.jpg
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Bicnarok  Wrote: (11-29-2021 08:04 PM)
You yanks are bizzare anyway, an andearing quality.

Tkmgjacr tourist attractions attract wealthy foreigners more than americans.

Only the most superficial of the superficial Americans visit tourist attractions. Some are worthwhile such as Grand Canyon but most are fking ridiculous boring roadside attractions. Some are fun for the kids such as Disneyland but you should give some thought to who and what Disney and others really are and their roles in the likes of psychological warfare etc.
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Otis T  Wrote: (11-30-2021 07:22 AM)
LoP Guest  Wrote: (11-29-2021 08:37 PM)
Tkmgjacr tourist attractions attract wealthy foreigners more than americans.

Only the most superficial of the superficial Americans visit tourist attractions. Some are worthwhile such as Grand Canyon but most are fking ridiculous boring roadside attractions. Some are fun for the kids such as Disneyland but you should give some thought to who and what Disney and others really are and their roles in the likes of psychological warfare etc.

Read Bob Black's The Abolition Of Work. It gives an accurate and mostly unrealized description of the workplace. It mentions leisure a d taking vacations for relief from work but most workers are glad to get back to work to rest up from their bs vacations.
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