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2005-05-19 -Short Attention Span Theater-
Lake disappears, baffling villagers
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Posted by tu3031 2005-05-19 14:36|| E-Mail|| Front Page|| [824 views since 2007-05-07]  Top

#1 Never underestimate the power and reach of Halliburton! (Especially the Earthquake/Tsunami/Lake-Draining Division)
Posted by Sgt. Mom">Sgt. Mom  2005-05-19 14:51|| www.sgtstryker.com]">[www.sgtstryker.com]  2005-05-19 14:51|| Front Page Top

#2 This week in Izvestia: Alien Lake Abductions
Posted by Matt 2005-05-19 14:55||   2005-05-19 14:55|| Front Page Top

#3 Global Warming.
Posted by Mrs. Davis 2005-05-19 15:00||   2005-05-19 15:00|| Front Page Top

#4 I am thinking, well, America has finally got to us

You ain't seen notin' yet lady. BRUAHAHAHAHAHAHA!!
Posted by mmurray821 2005-05-19 15:10||   2005-05-19 15:10|| Front Page Top

#5 Well, we know they didn't drink it.
Posted by Chuck Simmins">Chuck Simmins  2005-05-19 15:13|| http://blog.simmins.org]">[http://blog.simmins.org]  2005-05-19 15:13|| Front Page Top

#6 village of "Bolotnikovo", eh? That would be Russian for Swampy. Sounds like Al-Reuters fell for another MK [Russian version of Enquirer] fable
Posted by thibaud (aka lex) 2005-05-19 15:17||   2005-05-19 15:17|| Front Page Top

#7 Halliburton Singularity Projector (HSP). Surrender now or the Caspian Sea is next. You have been warned.
Posted by Tom 2005-05-19 15:21||   2005-05-19 15:21|| Front Page Top

#8 "I am thinking, well, America has finally got to us," said one old woman, as she sat on the ground outside her house.

That was mere practice, babushka: we got us a pump here that'll suck Lake Baikal dry in sixty seconds flat. Now fork over the rubles.
Posted by Dave D. 2005-05-19 15:56||   2005-05-19 15:56|| Front Page Top

#9 A million Rubles? Do you know what that's worth? That's like something my idiot boss, Dr. Evil, would demand.
Posted by Number 2 2005-05-19 16:10||   2005-05-19 16:10|| Front Page Top

#10 
A million Rubles? Do you know what that's worth?
Not much, actually.
Posted by Barbara Skolaut">Barbara Skolaut  2005-05-19 16:50||   2005-05-19 16:50|| Front Page Top

#11 About $30k
Posted by thibaud (aka lex) 2005-05-19 17:04||   2005-05-19 17:04|| Front Page Top

#12 Looks like that tunnel we were building to siphon their oil reserves took the wrong turn at Albequoique.
Posted by BH 2005-05-19 17:06||   2005-05-19 17:06|| Front Page Top

#13 For half of the $ 30K in Rubles you could buy a small forklift to carry the other half of the "small unmarked bills" around in.
Posted by Phil Fraering 2005-05-19 17:12|| http://newsfromthefridge.typepad.com]">[http://newsfromthefridge.typepad.com]  2005-05-19 17:12|| Front Page Top

#14 All your lake are belong to us
Posted by eLarson 2005-05-19 17:15|| http://larsonian.blogspot.com]">[http://larsonian.blogspot.com]  2005-05-19 17:15|| Front Page Top

#15 Someone set us up the drain.
Posted by BH 2005-05-19 17:20||   2005-05-19 17:20|| Front Page Top

#16 $30K?

Maybe $30K Canadian.
Posted by OldSpook 2005-05-19 17:49||   2005-05-19 17:49|| Front Page Top

#17 reminds me of a Larson cartoon where the guys tunnel out of prison and under a big lake
Posted by Frank G">Frank G  2005-05-19 18:01||   2005-05-19 18:01|| Front Page Top

#18 Love the Ads by Gooooogle that accompany this thread. Nothing about Russian swamps, tho
Posted by thibaud (aka lex) 2005-05-19 18:04||   2005-05-19 18:04|| Front Page Top

#19 Oops - they used to be for pumps and santiation devices; now they're for Christian write-offs and tsunami. I guess the Googleniki's algorithms match a Frinch-soundin' name with Tsunamis and charitable stuff. Brilliant.
Posted by thibaud (aka lex) 2005-05-19 18:06||   2005-05-19 18:06|| Front Page Top

#20 Now it's weather radios and camping equipment.

I'm suprised C. Crane stuff isn't showing up.

Get Your Supplies For The Coming Pole Shift Here!
Posted by Phil Fraering 2005-05-19 18:16|| http://newsfromthefridge.typepad.com]">[http://newsfromthefridge.typepad.com]  2005-05-19 18:16|| Front Page Top

#21 If the Guantanamo toilets could flush like THAT, ther'e be no problem getting the Korans to go down.
Posted by Glenmore">Glenmore  2005-05-19 18:17||   2005-05-19 18:17|| Front Page Top

#22 I see the Zionist Evap-o-Ray is doing well in initial testing.
Posted by Dar">Dar  2005-05-19 18:50||   2005-05-19 18:50|| Front Page Top

#23 Officials in Nizhegorodskaya region, on the Volga river east of Moscow, said water in the lake might have been sucked down into an underground water-course or cave system,

I suspect Zorin Industries...
Posted by Raj 2005-05-19 19:47||   2005-05-19 19:47|| Front Page Top

#24 White cat sale sale...
Posted by Get Real 2005-05-19 19:49||   2005-05-19 19:49|| Front Page Top

#25 Shouldnt feed the fish so much radiation , makes em real thirsty , then , *pooof* they are gone .

Underground caves , pffft , as if ..
Posted by MacNails 2005-05-19 21:00||   2005-05-19 21:00|| Front Page Top

#26 Gotta be moles. Friggin' giant radioactive mutant moles. With bright green fur. And thirsty...
Posted by Pappy 2005-05-19 21:28||   2005-05-19 21:28|| Front Page Top

#27 Or it could be one of those 5 Chinese brothers.
Posted by xbalanke 2005-05-19 22:03||   2005-05-19 22:03|| Front Page Top

#28 This is possibly a RB classic.
Posted by Alaska Paul">Alaska Paul  2005-05-19 22:33||   2005-05-19 22:33|| Front Page Top

#29 "I am thinking, well, America has finally got to us," said one old woman.... OOPS! Looks like ya got da goods on us granma. What we did was transport a Florida sink hole to Bolotnikovo, installed it during the night and then the next morning pulled the plug. Voila! The old disappearing lake trick.
Posted by GK 2005-05-19 22:33||   2005-05-19 22:33|| Front Page Top

#30 Funny, tu and the rest. Actually lakes dissapearing overnight is not that uncommon - Limestone is riddled with underground water courses that get blocked with mud/clay, blockade springs a leak, lake drains away.
Posted by phil_b 2005-05-19 22:35||   2005-05-19 22:35|| Front Page Top

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