Saturday, November 22, 2014

Naked Eyes - Promises Promises

You never call when you say you will.

Tangibles, not promises, gentlemen. Sick of this.

Re: Me, "Katrina Folberg", Firestarters, MILABs, that thing in my tooth that was activated last June, seeing men in a base underneath NORAD, Lady Judge Barbara Thomas, etc:

The Tonopah Test Range[2] is owned by the United States Department of Energy and is managed by Sandia National Laboratories, a division of Lockheed-Martin, which operates the Tonopah Test Range under an Air Force permit with the National Nuclear Security Administration.[1] The range is part of the Great Basin Desert and lies mostly within the Cactus Flat valley, consisting of horst and graben geology.[1] It is flanked by the Cactus Range hills to the west and the Kawich Range to the east, which is home of Silverbow, one of the largest mining ghost towns in Nevada. The vegetation consists mostly of black sagebrush and creosote bush. It holds a sizable wild horse and burro population, closely monitored by the Bureau of Land Management. Common denizens of the TTR include the gray fox, pronghorn, coyote, and mule deer, along with the native birds sage thrasher, sage grouse, and sage sparrow.[1]


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