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Military Applications of Underground Openings

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posted on May, 11 2010 @ 03:49 PM
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Can somebody tell me what this means.I would like a concise explanation, because what caught me was the Census Worker's comment. But the PDF is a bit long. Why would they send them to check on caves, tunnels... can somebody make sense of this?



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Consider the Ramifications! Take Heed: Military Applications of Underground Openings: Steve, On my flight home from SoCal, I met a census worker who told me in a whisper that the census bureau had them checking caves, tunnels, even underground sewer pipes & underground rain run off pipes. I smiled & she told me she was absolutely serious. Her husband was with her & he wasn't smiling. In fact, he looked quite worried that she had told me that, as by that time others were listening & had begun to ask her questions also, as we readied to deplane. Thinking about what they might accidentally come upon is what went through my mind thee weeks ago! — Rosemary more


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posted on May, 11 2010 @ 04:17 PM
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Well not everybody lives in a house.

Some people even live in storm drains in America.
pretty weird, saw an article about some guys in Las Vegas who actualy live in storm drains. these wherent small ones though, they were pretty big. lots of rats though.



posted on May, 11 2010 @ 04:22 PM
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Oh haha. Can you imagine the gov actually counting homeless people in the the sewers? Man lol but why try so hard to count people and find out how many times you flush your toilet and what times you leave home.



 
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