Mass the troops in Kamchatka.

Mass the troops in Kamchatka.

June 16, 2011

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The route that I take to school everyday goes over a railroad track. It’s a pretty nice crossing. You can take it at speed if the idiot in front of you doesn’t slow down to a crawl. Usually there is no train, but I’ve traveled this route roughly 1,800 times now (this was my 10th year teaching at Lincoln Lutheran) and so I think it’s pretty safe to say that there’s been a train at the crossing at least 100 times.

However, there are usually never tanks on the train (and by usually, I mean except for this once). I believe they were being dispached to shore up our shaky border with Wyoming.

One tank

two tank

desert camo tank, forest camo tank

I am, however, open to other thoughts concerning their destination.

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11 Responses to “Mass the troops in Kamchatka.”

  1. Gretchen Said on:

    Tank You for that enlightening post.

    Reply

  2. Lauren Said on:

    Oh, yes -- Wyoming.

    However, I feel that South Dakota is becoming far too familiar. Maybe it’s time to send them a message.

    Reply

  3. Beth Said on:

    It’s Iowa we need to worry about. Those Iowegians.

    Reply

  4. Peggy Said on:

    Hasn’t there quite a few Big Foot sightings in the midwest?

    Reply

  5. Brad Said on:

    Maybe they’re selling them to the recycling center. I hear that’s pretty good money.

    Reply

    • Lloyd Said on:

      The going rate seems to be about $200 per ton, so a tank should be worth about $12,400. You’d think you could just drive them to the junk yard. Of course, then you have to have someone else to drive you back, then it’s just a big hassle. Nevermind. Train seems like the way to go.

      Reply

  6. Mark Said on:

    Oh good! My order should arrive sometime tomorrow. Thanks, Lloyd!

    Reply

  7. Karla Said on:

    Hey, my bil is in charge of the National Guard for WY. I’m sure they’re the ones defending the border. Do you want me to try to talk him down?

    http://tinyurl.com/44cgrvx

    Reply

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