|Redford - 2013-12-30 |
My favorite one is he thinks it's a giant invincible demon just chilling out in front of the machine, making sure it doesn't move.
Digital sorceries sounds about right to me.
|Cube - 2013-12-30 |
I hope it's candy! For all of us!
|sasazuka - 2013-12-31 |
Anytime any tunnel boring machine is blocked by something mysterious, I always think of the REAL GHOSTBUSTERS episode "Knock, Knock":
"Do not open until Doomsday!"
|memedumpster - 2013-12-31 |
I hope it isn't a magma pocket.
I hate those things, but as long as the repair crew remember to store their ores and diamond pickaxes in a chest before they go down to check, they should be OK.
|That guy - 2013-12-31 |
Ok I don't have time for this bullshit, but the guy's first card at 1:45 is good enough for 5.
|sasazuka - 2014-01-04 |
Mystery object revealed! http://goo.gl/RdByYJ
Spoiler: it's an 8-inch diameter pipe. And not even an interesting historical pipe either, it's a pipe directly related to the dig
"According to The Seattle Times, officials identified the pipe more specifically as being 115-foot-long “well casing” that was used to measure ground water in 2002 in studies for the Alaskan Way Viaduct replacement project."
FALSE FLAG. WHAT ARE THEY HIDING?
infowars dot com
|pyslexic dharmacist - 2014-01-05 |
Madagascar?? Dear God, that's right near Seattle!!
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