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Discussion in 'General Discussion Forum' started by fallout ranger, Sep 13, 2007.
Mission Hill, Boston. Charming neighborhood!
What's that supposed to mean? You live in that corner of the country. Isn't it supposed to be factories, smog, and coal mines as far as the eye can see?
...communists really lied to us, didn't they?
Someone needs to clean up all that tiberium you can see growing on your minimap. The pixelated green blocks totally give it away.
The Vault Dweller
The house of the Gods.
A little more zoomed out:
What the fuck is that green shit over the sea?
Toxic waste from Russia.
i'd have said algea. but it appears to me it's not correct since if you zoom out, it colors the Brugge port in the same color.
might be algea growth + bad google algorythm.
Romanian provincial city .. thats about enough
Albuquerque, New Mexico, USA Born and raised.
Yeah I know it's a dinky little city.
Radnan, do you live in the Modavian half or the Wallachian half of Romania?
Yeah I know the two countries united into one.
First person to post a GE pic prooving he lives in a place shaped like Goatse wins THE prize.
Mt San Jacinto, 10000 Feet Visible 80 miles away.
oh, fuck off... that's just too awesome...
Of course, we only get snow once or twice a year, so it's rare.
Funny that it hadn't snowed for like 20 years until 2004.
Global warming my ass.
Hummm you seem to be a bit confused as to what global warming means.
Here is my mother and father's home in the great Pacific NW (Washington). Look! you can see my black 99' Subaru Forester! ...Or my Subaru legacy I used to have... I can't tell...
Here is a view a wee bit higher.
you seem to miss the point that Global Warming causes more extreme climate, not just overall warmer...
hell, they recorded 22°c on the fucking north pole this year...
I love those mountains Fallout Ranger. I've seen many things like it in California. They're dry due to the lack of rain, but when you do get precipitation all the areas lowland soak up the rain in a few minutes leaving no evidence of it having rained yet the mountains with the high elevation get snow that remains...it ultimately looks like part of the area got precipitation and the rest got none when really just the part that got "none" just absorbed it too fast.
I can't wait to go home and take some pictures of the mountains I lived in the valley near. Looks alot like those, but more green though just as steep and also prone to snow when the rest of the area gets none. If I could somehow show you the images I have mentally you'd blow your mind, but alas I never took any pictures since I never knew I'd end up leaving one day.
The Vault Dweller
Fort Polk, LA.
Out here in Washington State its nothing but mountains. They call this the circle of doom or something to that extent as a good majority of the mountain ranges are volcanic. The majority of the population lives in the Puget Sound Lowlands with the mountains in every direction. Hence the reason why the movie Dante's peak took place in the Pacific NW.
Another neat bit of trivia... Mt. St. Helens has been expanding its lava dome the extent of a dump truck load a day since a few minor eruptions a couple years ago. Other mountains in the area continuously grumble amidst their long cumbersome sleep.
It's the ring of fire, its all the land bordering the pacific ocean, which is very volcanic.
Now you know where i live.
But don't come too close, i don't want to shot you down.
Btw, try not to screw the site layout please.
I lived here for a while, still go there to visit relatives.