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Sorry the first panel looks a little off... turns out Gimp really doesn't like me switching fonts and strait up crashed when I did.

But anyway... IT'S TIME TO DIE HISTORIC ON THE FURY SEAS!

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Where's my wtfbote?   I want a wtfbote!

 

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I love it I "free to pays on skid row petition Stalingrad to change tier 10 economy . Stalingrad vows to increase taxes on tier X ships " that just made me laugh out loud thanks . +1

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3 minutes ago, Wows_Nightly_News said:

glorious.

Long nose, wide, clearly a Gibson class battleship. The Martin class had a flatter nose. 

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38 minutes ago, User_the_n00b said:

Long nose, wide, clearly a Gibson class battleship. The Martin class had a flatter nose. 

Talk about a dreadnought guitar. 

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55 minutes ago, Pytheas said:

I woulda used Hanford

But Oak Ridge is an actual destination where Hanford is now a Superfund.

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4 hours ago, Wows_Nightly_News said:

Sorry the first panel looks a little off... turns out Gimp really doesn't like me switching fonts and strait up crashed when I did.

But anyway... IT'S TIME TO DIE HISTORIC ON THE FURY SEAS!

Whilst entertaining, have to admit I was expecting a D Day theme - should be easy enough with the Dunkirk port...

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24 minutes ago, UltimateNewbie said:

Whilst entertaining, have to admit I was expecting a D Day theme - should be easy enough with the Dunkirk port...

Patience

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1 hour ago, Wows_Nightly_News said:

But Oak Ridge is an actual destination where Hanford is now a Superfund.

Sounds like you know quite a bit about it.

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"Look at innocuous buildings where nothing nefarious is happening" had me in stitches. Nicely done.

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15 hours ago, Pytheas said:

Sounds like you know quite a bit about it.

I had a rather odd nuclear obsession when I was kid. Anyway, Oak Ridge is still around and many of the old Manhattan project era facilities are still in use. At Hanford on the other hand people had brilliant idea to dispose of all the nuclear waste on site. So now its just a very toxic waste dump.

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47 minutes ago, Wows_Nightly_News said:

I had a rather odd nuclear obsession when I was kid. Anyway, Oak Ridge is still around and many of the old Manhattan project era facilities are still in use. At Hanford on the other hand people had brilliant idea to dispose of all the nuclear waste on site. So now its just a very toxic waste dump.

Please, tell me more.

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3 hours ago, Wows_Nightly_News said:

I had a rather odd nuclear obsession when I was kid. Anyway, Oak Ridge is still around and many of the old Manhattan project era facilities are still in use. At Hanford on the other hand people had brilliant idea to dispose of all the nuclear waste on site. So now its just a very toxic waste dump.

My dad worked there TDY from PSNS when they started cutting up the nuke subs in the 90s.  We went out to visit, and got to drive around there a little bit.  We were not allowed to get out of the car.

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17 minutes ago, crzyhawk said:

My dad worked there TDY from PSNS when they started cutting up the nuke subs in the 90s.  We went out to visit, and got to drive around there a little bit.  We were not allowed to get out of the car.

I spend roughly 3 weeks per year there for work. Most of it is not accessible to the public of course. Reactor B is part of the National Park System. It gives tours and hosts events for certain organizations. It's a wonderful tour, I recommend it for anyone that likes history or science.

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1 hour ago, crzyhawk said:

My dad worked there TDY from PSNS when they started cutting up the nuke subs in the 90s.  We went out to visit, and got to drive around there a little bit.  We were not allowed to get out of the car.

44 minutes ago, Pytheas said:

I spend roughly 3 weeks per year there for work. Most of it is not accessible to the public of course. Reactor B is part of the National Park System. It gives tours and hosts events for certain organizations. It's a wonderful tour, I recommend it for anyone that likes history or science.

Forgot about the lab and Reactor they still run out there. I haven't researched any of this since I was thirteen. Don't I look the fool.

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1 hour ago, Wows_Nightly_News said:

Forgot about the lab and Reactor they still run out there. I haven't researched any of this since I was thirteen. Don't I look the fool.

Not at all. The fly fishing around there is incredible too.

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9 minutes ago, Pytheas said:

Not at all. The fly fishing around there is incredible too.

I'll believe it. looks like its unspoiled nature for quite some distance.

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