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November 14, 2019

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A decommissioned nuclear missile site that once housed the Titan II intercontinental ballistic missile is for sale

(Thanks to Roberto)

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Meh... my aunt has one of those.

This isn't that unusual. We have a customer whose IT hosts servers from an old missile silo.

A really good realtor will describe this as being open concept with a strong industrial feel.

I can see Joanna and Chip doing a heckuva conversion on this one.

You probably wouldn't have to dig far to find well water.

Dang, they won't take PayPal!

No pool? No island in the kitchen? The landscape is lacking, too. No Starbucks? And what about a bi-annual one of these being held in the area? No Nothin'. I have never.

No pool? No quartz kitchen island? The landscaping is lacking curb appeal. And no Starbucks? What are the chances a bi-annual one of these are in the planned community agenda? No nothin'. I have never.

My take.

No pool? No quartz kitchen island? And no Starbucks? Plus the landscaping is lacking curb appeal. And no Starbucks? What are the chances a bi-annual one of these are in the planned community agenda? No nothin'. I have never.

One of these missile silos sold in Roswell a while back. A really interesting couple, Beldar and Prymatt were the purchasers. Locals claim they're fun to be with but you shouldn't try to keep up with them when you're drinking beer.

At last, I won’t have to “keep it in my my pants” any more.

I used to command a Titan II site. There's a lot of room down there, the construction done in the 1960s was first-rate, and your neighbors won't hear any loud parties you throw. The decor, though .... well, there isn't any. Bring some paint. And rugs. And furniture.

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