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Fun post for Saturday:

 

I stopped and looked at a Sprint site today which is a tall monopole with some other carriers in it. Anyway, today is beautiful outside with blue sky with huge white clouds flying by. Standing near the base of the tower, it made the tower look like it was swaying back and forth. Made it very difficult to even look at the antennas on the tower!

 

 

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In Santa Fe, most of the locals would assume that it was their vision being impacted by all the radiation exposure from these deadly cancer causing radio waves.

 

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In Santa Fe, most of the locals would assume that it was their vision being impacted by all the radiation exposure from these deadly cancer causing radio waves.Robert from Note 2 using Tapatalk 4 Beta

Ate you saying that it isn't? Or maybe it's all the nuclear radiation leaking downhill from Los Alamos!

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Ate you saying that it isn't? Or maybe it's all the nuclear radiation leaking downhill from Los Alamos!

That's why I glow! I work in Los Alamos. :)

 

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That's why I glow! I work in Los Alamos. :)

 

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I knew that. Spent many happy hours there myself in the late 70's & 80's. Sadly, didn't have mobile telephony to (pick 1): a. Keep me sane; b. Drive me insane.

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Rural coverage in NM is pretty spotty anyway...you're not missing much all these years later.

 

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