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And then when you push the "Kill Humanity" button....
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That's pretty. Where is it? I wouldn't live there, but might make a nice outpost for my lesser henchmen.
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Bruce wrote: Sun Mar 15, 2020 5:29 am That's pretty. Where is it? I wouldn't live there, but might make a nice outpost for my lesser henchmen.
https://www.google.ch/maps/place/Huacac ... -75.762586
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Quéribus, the last Cathar stronghold.
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Poor bird(s).
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Looks a bit like a virtual world glitching
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The photographer picked a spot so they don't appear in the picture.
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Abdul Alhazred wrote: Thu Mar 26, 2020 12:22 pm Too fancy schmancy. :p
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Perhaps a more sturdy building having stood the test of time?

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I'm sure there is a secret vault with oriental dancers in there somewhere… :P
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Pyrrho wrote: Mon Mar 30, 2020 12:53 am Image
Beachfront property, right? That's Lake Eerie in the background no doubt.
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Good news, Bruce:
Visa policy of Svalbard

Uniquely, the Norwegian archipelago of Svalbard, located in the High Arctic, is an entirely visa-free zone. Everybody may live and work in Svalbard indefinitely regardless of country of citizenship. The Svalbard Treaty grants treaty nationals equal right of abode as Norwegian nationals. Non-treaty nationals may live and work indefinitely visa-free as well. Per Sefland, then Governor of Svalbard, said "It has been a chosen policy so far that we haven't made any difference between the treaty citizens and those from outside the treaty".[1] "Regulations concerning rejection and expulsion from Svalbard" are enforced on a non-discriminatory basis. Grounds for exclusion include lack of means of support, and violation of laws or regulations.[2][3]

Hans-Henrik Hartmann, then head of the legal unit at the Norwegian government's immigration department, said, "If an asylum seeker is refused residence in Norway he can settle in Svalbard so long as he can get there and is able to pay for himself."[1] "In the past, immigrants who have been refused a visa for mainland Norway have moved to Longyearbyen, lived there for seven years and been awarded Norwegian citizenship."[1] Svalbard has a high cost of living, but only a limited welfare system. Welfare and health care is available only for Norwegians and for workers employed by a Norwegian company.[4]
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Visa_policy_of_Svalbard

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Witness wrote: Mon Apr 06, 2020 2:39 pm Good news, Bruce:
Visa policy of Svalbard

Uniquely, the Norwegian archipelago of Svalbard, located in the High Arctic, is an entirely visa-free zone. Everybody may live and work in Svalbard indefinitely regardless of country of citizenship. The Svalbard Treaty grants treaty nationals equal right of abode as Norwegian nationals. Non-treaty nationals may live and work indefinitely visa-free as well. Per Sefland, then Governor of Svalbard, said "It has been a chosen policy so far that we haven't made any difference between the treaty citizens and those from outside the treaty".[1] "Regulations concerning rejection and expulsion from Svalbard" are enforced on a non-discriminatory basis. Grounds for exclusion include lack of means of support, and violation of laws or regulations.[2][3]

Hans-Henrik Hartmann, then head of the legal unit at the Norwegian government's immigration department, said, "If an asylum seeker is refused residence in Norway he can settle in Svalbard so long as he can get there and is able to pay for himself."[1] "In the past, immigrants who have been refused a visa for mainland Norway have moved to Longyearbyen, lived there for seven years and been awarded Norwegian citizenship."[1] Svalbard has a high cost of living, but only a limited welfare system. Welfare and health care is available only for Norwegians and for workers employed by a Norwegian company.[4]
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Visa_policy_of_Svalbard

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Those blast points are too accurate for Sand People.
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How about Migingo Island, Bruce? I hear they play Pandemic there…


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How about Migingo Island, Bruce? I hear they play Pandemic there…


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Wow. What a shithole. Redneck island. Like, the exact opposite of the postcard tropical paradise.
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Bruce wrote: Tue Apr 14, 2020 2:56 am
Witness wrote: Tue Apr 07, 2020 9:58 pm How about Migingo Island, Bruce? I hear they play Pandemic there…
Wow. What a shithole. Redneck island. Like, the exact opposite of the postcard tropical paradise.
But that nightlife!...
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If ed doesn't preempt it for his worship, of course. :P
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Now I could be wrong but some of these structures seem a bit...over budget...even for a damn near god-like science person.
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↑ Nothing is too nice for our Bruce! :x


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After a full day of people bothering me at work, I'm getting an urge to make this image my Teams avatar. :twisted:
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Too new.
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Grammatron wrote: Wed May 20, 2020 2:32 amToo new.
I dunno, they still allow slavery in New Zealand right? And those "servants quarters" look pretty comfy.
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