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  • Leea

    Welcome to the wacky wonderful world of Leea's polls. Where she thinks of things off the top of her head and most often they have nothing to do with Fallout games. I haven't gotten kicked out yet, so it all must still be good.


    Guys! Come on! This was about what people thought Yellow Fever came from, not what we know it comes from nowadays. Technically, "eating watermelon" and "smelling swamp gas" are kind of the same thing, as they thought that being in a swamp exposed you to whatever caused Yellow Fever, and since watermelon was often grown near a watery area, hence why it also got accused (wrongfully, of course) of causing illness. But it actually was all the mosquitoes' fault.



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  • NomadicNom

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


    This Week in History
    August 6-9, 1945 - Seventy-five years ago: The atomic bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki. At least 129,000 were killed in the only use of atomic weapons thus far in armed conflict.

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  • Richie9999
    Howdy folks, how's tricks?


    On today's Listening with The Law we have Do the Evolution by Pearl Jam of their 1998 album Yield.


    It's evolution baby.
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  • Richie9999
    Howdy folks, how's tricks?


    On today's Listening with The Law we have Hammer to Fall by Queen of their 1984 album The Works.


    Listen and Enjoy.
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  • NomadicNom

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

    Not really news worthy, but I finally got a laptop upgrade.... my nearly decade old non-gaming laptop still works like a charm, but sadly she just can't fare well with games released in the last five or so years. So, now I've finally got one that can play FO4. Woot.


    This Week in History
    July 27, 2052 - The United Nations formally disbands.

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  • Leea

    Late polls. I went to town on a whim at 2:00 and got a ton of plain-flavored cereal to make into snack mix.


    Sorry guys, six of you wouldn't have got the job in old times, because the ancient Chinese used pomegranate peels to tan leather. Its got an acid in there similar to oak leaves (tannin) that conditions and preserves skins into leather.



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  • Extrinitus

    Howdy folks. I regret to say this, but this is the final article I will make for now. 2020 has been a harsh ride for me, and I can't bear it anymore. My failure to upload and keep you updated (although I am 100% sure that Google and the blogs and polls have been informing you about new Fallout news. And i'm well sure you're updated with all of the news.)

    The main reason i quit is because 2020, it's just the worse year, the sad sad year.. Many problems have arised, and I unfortunately don't have time to squeeze The News After The Nuke's article creations. And I, need a time for myself. I need a break from everything. And it's also due to my disinterest to the Fallout series. I still love the series dear, as Fallout 3 was the first Fallout ga…


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  • Leea

    More polls from the top of my head.


    Sorry guys, its flax that makes linen. Two of you were right, though! The flax plant gives you flax seeds and both the plant material to make linen.



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  • NomadicNom

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


    This Week in History
    July 21, 1948 - A B-29 Superfortress crashes into Lake Mead. 333 years later, the Boomers enlist the aid of the Courier in raising it to the surface and restoring it to working condition.

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  • Kdarrow

    I thought it would be a fun change of pace to show you all something a little different today. There are more than just locations that are based on real things out here in the Mojave Desert, including plants, signs, animals, and the topic of today's adventure - vehicles!



    Less often, yet still often enough to be the norm, I find airplanes. Sadly, sometimes they are a result of a long-ago crash but most of the time they are just abandoned or used as props. It is always a surprising and bizarre thing to happen across. Here are a few examples (not real crash sites) that look like the in-game fighter and jet planes.



    And let me tell you, I have been out here in the wasteland a long time, and I would have a hard time thinking of a more post-apocaly…






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