scalpod: Comments

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scalpod @ 2007-05-21 15:31:48
scalpod pictureCar accident in São Paulo
OMG there's another scavenger hunt going on already?!!!
scalpod @ 2007-05-21 15:30:40
scalpod pictureCar accident in São Paulo
Should've sat on this one until the next scavenger hunt? ;)
scalpod @ 2007-05-15 17:05:00
scalpod pictureGiant Cross (The Grotto)
The cross is lit from within by what appear to be hundreds of halogen lights. Surely it must be clearly visible from the moon?
scalpod @ 2007-05-15 15:49:36
scalpod picture'The Shipyard" artist community built from shipping containers
I can't believe they're getting booted out of Berzerkely of all places?!!
scalpod @ 2007-05-12 19:41:19
scalpod pictureAccident Waiting To Happen?
Hardy har har.

Actually, it is pretty damn funny. I never found a good wreck. Of course, buy 'good wreck' I mean one that would've counted but where no one was lying dead in the street. Kind of a morbid / sadistic scavenger hunt item really. I mean, why not just make it 'a person on fire' or 'animals clearly attacking humans'?! ;)
scalpod @ 2007-05-10 14:19:04
scalpod pictureAccident Waiting To Happen?
Hehe, I'm not looking for special treatment. I'm still searching and hopefully I'll come up with a clear example else I'll settle for a second-place tie, no prob! :)
scalpod @ 2007-05-10 03:00:37
scalpod pictureAccident Waiting To Happen?
Great minds think alike and fools seldom differ. ;)
scalpod @ 2007-04-22 17:21:12
scalpod pictureStrange Building
Now this is a cool way to add more greenspace back to a city!
scalpod @ 2007-03-04 15:31:26
scalpod pictureANZAC Bridge Catastrophe
Doh! Can't embed links... sorry!

Tacoma Narrows Bridge
scalpod @ 2007-03-04 15:30:27
scalpod pictureANZAC Bridge Catastrophe
Nice photo glitch! It almost looks as if it's shaking apart like this one famously did?!
scalpod @ 2006-12-03 17:10:39
scalpod picturePoop Creek
No, we don't have any paddles.
scalpod @ 2006-11-30 23:48:00
scalpod pictureLenny? Jerry? Sorry...
scalpod @ 2006-11-30 04:05:56
scalpod pictureBassin de la Sourderie
Absolut Bassin de la Sourderie!
scalpod @ 2006-11-28 19:46:29
scalpod pictureOne Canada Square
Site of Torchwood HQ and final showdown against the invading cybermen and daleks in the 2006 Doctor Who episode "Army of Ghosts".
scalpod @ 2006-11-25 02:26:00
scalpod pictureFirefox Crop Circle
I've been waiting, hoping this would get posted?

Well done kjfitz!
scalpod @ 2006-11-22 15:40:25
scalpod pictureSwimming pool shells
So that's what they are? (Phew...)

I thought those soup tureens looked awfully big!
scalpod @ 2006-11-20 22:17:26
scalpod pictureInteresting Groove in Algerian Desert
The world's largest sundial? The wreck of a needle shaped alien spacecraft being uncovered in the desert? An enormous geoglyphic art piece meant to confuse and astound VGT users?

What is this thing?!!!
scalpod @ 2006-11-20 19:15:00
scalpod pictureGiants Springs State Park
Home to the Roe River, the "shortest river in the world". The title was shared by the D River in Lincoln City, Oregon for many years. However, a successful campaign by local elementary school students put the Roe in the Guinness Book of World Records as the official title holder:

The D River:

scalpod @ 2006-11-20 19:07:26
scalpod pictureD River
To be fair, the Guiness Book of World Records lists the Roe River as the shortest, though both have been measured at varying lengths at different times...

You can find the Roe River in Giant Springs State Park in Montana, as submitted by mrjonmeyers here:
scalpod @ 2006-11-10 19:53:01
scalpod pictureMaryhill Museum
The museum also houses an incredibly deep and rich collection of chess sets from around the world as well as exhibits focusing on the native peoples of the area. The grounds are home to a great many peacocks, including several albino birds. It is a long drive to reach, but well worth the time to spend an afteroon picnicing and enjoying the museum and Stonehenge replica.
scalpod @ 2006-10-29 20:09:44
scalpod pictureTibetan text on a frozen reservoir
But what does it say?
scalpod @ 2006-10-15 03:49:28
scalpod pictureHoward Hughes H-4 Hercules (inside)
Yes, that is a Titan II rocket nestled up next to it and a Blackbird (and drone) sheltered under one wing. The Evergreen Aviation Museum houses an incredible number of aircraft and no matter where you are inside, it's nearly impossible to get the full Spruce Goose into frame... Truly amazing and well worth the stop if you're ever in the area?
scalpod @ 2006-10-14 23:47:17
scalpod pictureHoward Hughes H-4 Hercules (inside)
Was there recently, forgive the cameraphone panorama. At least it gives you some sense of the space inside? Enjoy!
scalpod @ 2006-10-03 03:15:01
scalpod pictureColoring error
It's funny and frustrating that they've updated the images just a few hundred meters to the east of the location. You can now see the landing strip to the SE quite clearly, as well as all of Claraville to the south... My pyramid illusion stands for now! Hahahaha
scalpod @ 2005-08-28 12:58:54
scalpod pictureColoring error
I was waaaay off in thinking this was the Gympie Pyramid folks as Gympie is on the east coast, near Tin Can Bay north of Brisbane. I have no clue which one this is, but I think it's clearly a pyramid!