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I want to go home!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
The state did not know what they did to us!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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home sweet home went to h_ll I miss my bed
It breaks my heart that such a beautiful building has been left to rot. If only it could be restored to it's former glory and turned into something useful!
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Like Braille - long time reader, first time to comment. Motts, I am so sorry for your loss. These galleries have inspired me so much over the years and I owe my passion for photography, history and urban exploration to you. I have spent many a day, week, month, refreshing the front page of this website to check for another post, and it makes my working week that much easier when I find one.
I think I can speak for all of us when I say how truly we appreciate all the work Nick and yourself have put into giving us an insight into your talent and adventures.
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Any luck on photos of the west wing side and stone work o.O!?
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One of the reasons this place is shut down is because the population of down syndrome people has plumited due to testing that's available for it during pregnancy. Today 95% of down syndrome pregnancies end in abortion.
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Hi. I came across your site via twitter. I love it. I love taking photos of abandoned structures on road trips, however I was always afraid of being arrested for trespassing if I were to do what you do. I love your site. I just wanted to acknowledge how great it is and say thank you for doing what you do. This is good stuff. you may reach me at edmazzola@msn.com if you wish to respond. Thank you.
I could remember back in the early 70's, when I was running the coke side door machine, "beating on these door latches" with a sledge hammer. We could put a man on the moon but here I am beating on these doors. One time when I was having trouble with a door latch the "Hot Car Man" came inside my machine to help me beat the door on. I had moved the latch into position and "pinched" my thumb on this latch. The next thing I knew I was laying on the floor of the machine. I had blacked out. I never said anything to my buddy "Hot Car Mike" who himself some years later, died in the steel mill being crushed to death.
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Billy (the day nurse) used to give us cans of mountain dew from that fridge to "reward" our med "compliance." Ahh, that Haldol/prolixen cocktail...
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Such an odd spot for a bath tub, in the middle of the room
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Nice tower. Could fhis be another Carcosa?
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Makes sense, thanks Hal!
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That's not something I tend to share due to legal repercussions, sorry!
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Sorry, I've been renovating the site. I fixed the URL, and thanks for the link!
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I give up! Google "USS ATR 89" and look for the Wikimapia entry. There are also many images of the vessel.