116 Comments Posted by John Galt

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I too worked in a building w/ one of those dreadful heaters. I called it hellfire. Too hot when it was on, cold when it was not. Oh and it would blow papers off your desk if you did not anchor them down.
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Yes, Mica I think those are probably mid 60's light fixtures. I remember similar ones up to the 70's but by then most institutions were putting in ghastly fluorescent lights.
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That is more than a sample, Iceberg. Must be pretty bad, it is enough to peel the paint.
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It could be the perspective but sometimes ladders do have a wider base for stability.
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Oh mama, can this really be the end?
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Love these serendipitous scenes
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An Occurrence At Owl Creek Bridge, reference? I do not see the rope as that sinister. Am happy you were able to find a lonesome chair chair in there.
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Collapsing ceiling, broken windows, crumbling walls and yet the light bulb remains intact. Bet it would still work.
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Been looking at the photo for several minutes and I keep seeing new things in it. The symmetry, peeling paint, broken floor tiles. Getting lost in this one.
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Very interesting, it is hard to get a sense of scale just from the pic. It looks like a normal door w/ an electrical outlet 7 feet, or maybe 2 meters, off the floor. While it was probably cut through long after the building was built that too is hard to tell. What purpose could it have served?
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This is one great set. Did anyone else keep thinking of the Star Trek episode "Miri", or am I just a hopeless geek?
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In the dining room, by the Professor, at 5:57 with the lone chair in the 1st photo. Will try to get a CLUE
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Change that to brain fart. Sorry, since this is a middle school make that cranial flatulence.
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Now that is a poignant shot. Good eye.
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A lone chair in a hallway shot, a great start. Glad I am not busy this afternoon.