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UER Forum > US: Pacific Southwest > Pacific Southwest photo a day. (Viewed 507392 times)
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< Reply # 1460 on 5/8/2013 7:14 PM >
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awesome theatre! how was new orleans?

somehow i missed the carnie portion here's one:


Another interesting shot MC. I wasn't sure what I was looking at until I saw your carnie reference.

N.O was OK. I would have loved to get into the abandoned 6 flags while I was there but I decided I didn't want to get arrested on a family vacation and some of the stories scared me off. (The cinema was really interesting but it really requires a respirator. Lots of mold. It was closed due to Katrina).





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< Reply # 1461 on 5/10/2013 5:33 PM >
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It was closed due to Katrina).


This is what I was thinking. Nice location PTW.


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Santiago Peak radio communication towers


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Dude!!! Nice! Your photo skills are vastly improving. I'm impressed!




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Dude!!! Nice! Your photo skills are vastly improving. I'm impressed!


Thnkxs! the last two post i did with the shiddy pics were from a old cell phone and i found them while i was going through my external hard drive. I know i need to invest in a digital camera but until then i have my cell phone which is alot better then the android.




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you sexy beast




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I got the chance to pull the trigger on the right, it allowed me to dry fire the #1 16" gun mount on a very big 'ol boat.

Completely dry............ Except for the inside of my pants......

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Two different areas. Not to be confused with being the same spot.

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CR, are those controls INSIDE the turret? Fkn noise must be horrendous.




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Kurtz,

Those gun triggers are redundant fire control plotting rooms, one fore and one aft, just in case one gets blown up, the other can take over.

They're located semi close to the guns.




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Good man!

Did you go in the special room?




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Good man!

Did you go in the special room?



You mean the radiation room used for dismantling the ignition boxes and plugs. Of course!





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I like it!!


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