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- September 20, 1960
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28 July 2008 - 02:14 PMIs the event's location a secret or was having to dig through several layers of hype intentional?
24 June 2008 - 02:06 PMThere's one of me that's mostly tree, then this fine image of my backside. (on the left, tiger stripe, h-harness)
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My mask fogged and condensated so badly I hardly saw any of the game and was usually shot to pieces because of it. I've got to put a fan in my mask.
26 May 2008 - 08:28 AMLooks like Arizona, but in that Arizona pic you could scoop up some dirt and you'd find something alive. Just sit for 5 minutes and something will bite your butt.
There isn't anything alive on Mars - they're looking for fossils and evidence that there once might have been life on Mars, all on the scale of bread mold.
It would be interesting if they sent a rover to the Viking sites to see if anything carried over from Earth is living.
19 May 2008 - 08:09 AMLooks like an artsy photo of a cave painting.
14 May 2008 - 12:50 PMMark your map with a grid and ref points. Make copies so all your captains can have the same map and have a couple of spares. This way everyone is taking about the same thing. "Bugs in G5 Mister Rico - millions of them!" or "We are moving from C6 to D6 - negative contact." will tell you more than "I'm in a bunker near the yellow shed, send help!"
Get some sleeves or sheet protectors and cover/laminate your map. Take grease pencils/china markers. As your captains report their positions, enemy positions, object locations, mission objectives, etc - mark them on the map. The marks can be wiped off as things change.