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Offline Oscar

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What is "the hobbit" used for today
« on: December 02, 2011, 03:59:53 AM »
I was wondering whether it is storage today.

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Re: What is "the hobbit" used for today
« Reply #1 on: December 03, 2011, 06:49:00 PM »
Could always call and ask. Or go for vacation up to Thompson Falls and check it out. It's probably pretty cold up there by now, though. I was actually secretly hoping fornits would have bought the old SCLA campus and turned it into a sort of anti-program museum, and training ground. We could train survivors to go back to their programs and stalk people in a car and videotape them and stuff, and to make some cool anti-program poster board signs we could use when protesting programs. The hobbit could have been turned into a sort of sanctuary, where we would go and pray to the program martyrs and such. Too bad. I bet the people who "train" at the facility now have no clue what ghosts they are trampling on. Oh well, all the better a teen program didn't take it over. Perhaps someone should go put up a plaque or something.
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