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originally posted by: bluemooone2
a reply to: JohnnyAnonymous
Could you please post just the html part as a link. I really want to see this
originally posted by: ParticleNode
a reply to: Flavian
Moving at an average speed and unencumbered, one foot in front of the other without any climbs, it takes Joe Normal 15min to walk a mile. At that pace from the gate to the tarmac would take ~4hrs.
With no shade.
With no water source.
Also being actively pursued.
On the plus side it's a dry heat.
originally posted by: Relic88
I've done 16 miles before in favorable conditions (full pack though) and was absolutely destroyed afterward. Add to that it can get a lot hotter than 80 degrees as suggested farther back in the thread.
But joke or not, with millions of people claiming they're ready to force their way into one of its top secret bases, you would probably have assumed the US government would be chasing Matty down to find out what the hell he was playing at. Well, apparently not. He added: "Like, I figured the FBI would be knocking on my door right about now, but nobody has shown up, nobody's tried to contact me, nobody's messaged the page. It's interesting, for sure."
Man Behind the Area 51 Raid Facebook Event Thinks an EDM Festival Could Work Instead Matthew MeadowJuly 22, 2019 EDM NewsEvents If you haven’t heard about millions of people planning to storm Area 51 in Nevada on September 20, you’ve probably been living under a rock… or you just don’t have social media. Either way, as of this moment, over 3 million people have RSVP’d either “going” or “interested” to the event. But the man who created it, Matty Roberts, a college student, has different goals.
originally posted by: roadgravel
The majority of "going" won't actually go. It's easy to click, harder to show up.
The few that show up will claim not enough showed to do the assault but it was a success because they "scared" the base.
This is basic internet viral BS in fantasy land.