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Posted By:jchip

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2008-11-05 02:39:12
Who knows. I'm guessing that they don't have earthquakes there.
2008-11-04 22:53:32
Sea mines?
2008-11-04 10:39:17
During the Cold War there was intense competition for supremacy between the Soviets and the USA in many areas. A previously little known area in which there was fierce competition was the struggle to see who had the biggest balls. We here in the USA believed that our balls were not only bigger than those of the Russians, but were also technically superior. Our BB-656, known as the Baby Huey, was the backbone of our arsenal of Big Balls. Knowing that they could not match our balls in either size or quality, the Soviets hoped to achieve supremacy by sheer weight of numbers, and factories all over the Eatern Bloc produced tens of thousands of Brezhnev B 997's, known in the West as the B3, and this is a photo of a stockpile of B 997's at a secret facility near Nyetstuyu, deep in the Ural Mountains, and probably dates from the mid to late 1950's.
2008-11-04 07:27:02
Space Hoppers
2008-11-04 07:23:52
what are they?
2008-11-04 07:23:50
what are they?