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  • NomadicNom

    Fallout Friday Polls are here! Be sure to answer all polls and leave a comment!

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    Bethesda has announced that a Fallout television series will be in the works, to be available on Amazon Prime Video. Virtually no information exists yet about where or when the show will take place, nor when it would be released. The series will be produced by Kilter Films, and Westworld

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  • Leea

    More polls that will make you think "What the hell floats around in that head of hers?"


    Midnight is neither AM nor PM, and certainly not both. That one moment before it turns 12:00:01 is none of those time phases. It is its own, which is midnight.

    The poll this week comes from something I read in a book. You'd have to know your cooking oils to know this one.



    THAT'S ALL THIS WEEK! IF YOU HAVE ANY IDEAS FOR ME, LEAVE THEM ON MY TALK PAGE!

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  • NomadicNom

    Fallout Friday Polls are in! Be sure to answer all polls and leave a comment!


    Happy Birthday, Mister House!
    ...one day late

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    The Vault Boy will be added to Smash Bros Ultimate as a costume for Mii, starting on the 29th. This is Bethesda's first cross-promotion with Ultimate, so naturally there's been plenty of speculation that Doom Guy could also appear someday.

    This Week in History Present Day
    June 25, 2020 - Robert House is born.


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  • Leea

    More weird polls from someone who's been here for almost longer than she can remember. I'm only sort of joking.


    Most of you guys (barring the one who voted "red and pink") are far smarter than the "stars". Its yellow and red to make orange. They thought it was white and red, which instead creates pink.



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  • Kdarrow

    Today - June 25, 2020 - is the birthdate of Mr. House. So I thought I should share some tidbits about the real life Lucky 38, called the Stratosphere Las Vegas, or the "Strat." It is an incredible building, dominating the skyline of the Las Vegas valley. It is the inspiration for my cheeky moniker, the Lucky Thirty Kate.


    On the north end of the Strip, the property's signature attraction is the 1,149 ft/350.2 meter tower, the tallest freestanding observation tower in the United States. Just like Victor, there is a person who asks where you want to go and pushes the button for you. The elevator is super fast and makes me feel weird. A few summers ago, the employee on elevator duty was the first person to recognize the Vault 21 jumpsuit I was wearing and we had a nice chat about the game for the 45 seconds or so it took to get to the top.


    There is a restaurant, lounge, and two levels of observation decks, on floors 107, 108, and 109. People can choose to go on rides and jump off the top, b…




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  • Kdarrow

    The temperature in the Mojave has been and will continue to be in the solid triple digits for the foreseeable future, so it is a good time to head up Mount Charleston, where it is anywhere from 10 to 30 degrees cooler and an interesting change of scenery, just like the environment seen in game.

    As expected, the way to get to Mt. Charleston is via Highway 95 to Nevada State Route 157. The road will take you up approximately 5,500 feet / 1,675 meters in elevation in a short time, through the winding and sometimes snow covered mountain passes.



    The first thing you will see before you is the majestic Jacobstown lodge. No matter how many times I visit here, approaching it always makes my heart race with excitement. The exterior has several details familiar to the initiated in addition to the architecture of the building itself, such as the boulder surrounded lake, patio, picnic tables, light fixtures, and pathways.


    The name of the building in our world (to add to my confusion) was changed last…





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  • NomadicNom

    Fallout Friday Polls are here! Be sure to answer all polls and leave a comment!


    This Week in History
    June 17, 1775: The Battle of Bunker Hill takes place. Although a tactical victory for the British, their side sustained substantially heavier losses. The battle proved that the apparently untrained colonists could indeed hold a fight with the British army and inflict more damage.

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  • Leea

    I've been doing a lot of sewing this week. I made 7 pillowcases ("something" happens to all the pillowcases around here and we never seem to have any), 5 skirts (most from adding something to an existing one, and two from scratch), and three face masks. I like to make mine really fancy, like the masks the traditional "belly dancers" wear, so they seem more like jewelry to frame the face, than something for clinical purposes.


    One said 20 seconds, and four said 90 seconds, which are both incorrect. The right answer (by three people) was 60 seconds. So it takes a minute for all of your blood to completely circulate around your bloodstream.

    I got his one from a TV show, where the celebrities working the puzzle sure didn't know the answer.



    THAT'S ALL THIS WEEK! IF YOU HAVE ANY IDEAS FOR ME, LEAVE THEM ON MY TALK PAGE!

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  • Leea

    More and more polls from yours truly.


    I remember reading about this long time ago, and people being in a conundrum over if they should eat lime Jell-o or not, since it had similar electrical patterns to the human brain. They measured it with an electroencephalograph (not sure if I spelled that right), which measures brain waves.



    THAT'S ALL THIS WEEK! IF YOU HAVE ANY IDEAS FOR ME, LEAVE THEM ON MY TALK PAGE!

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  • NomadicNom

    Fallout Friday Polls are in! Be sure to answer all polls and leave a comment!


    This Week in History
    June 14, 1855: Mormon missionaries arrived in south Nevada and chose a settlement site halfway between Los Angeles and Salt Lake City. The Old Mormon Fort was constructed soon after at the site, acting as the birthplace of Las Vegas. A partial restoration of the fort exists in the real world at the intersection of Las Vegas Boulevard and Washington Avenue, just north of Las Vegas Boulevard and Fremont Street (Freeside). This location is roughly preserved in New Vegas's representation.

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