What about the Alamo on the premise of press junket on trad American heroes, then blame Iran
You know Burroughs attended the Los Alamos Ranch School that was taken over by the Manhattan Project in 1943, right? I think I mentioned that here a few years ago."I have blown a hole in time with a firecracker. Let others step through. Into what bigger and bigger firecrackers? Better weapons lead to better and better weapons, until the earth is a grenade with the fuse burning.
I remember a dream of my childhood. I am in a beautiful garden. As I reach out to touch the flowers they wither under my hands. A nightmare feeling of foreboding and desolation comes over me as a great mushroom-shaped cloud darkens the earth. A few may get through the gate in time. Like Spain, I am bound to the past."
Burroughs, Cities of the Red Night
Author William Burroughs was an assassin for the CIA. His books are semi-autobiographical and touch on
themes of intrigue, espionage, drug trafficking, assassination, homosexuality, and dissociative identity disorder.=-
At the age of 15 he was sent for training to the masonic Los Alamos Ranch School, which was a
mounted Boy Scout troop situated on land that eventually became the Los Allomos
atomic research facility and military base. He became an expert marksman, and spoke of
of missing time during which he would write things that he would later not remember writing
William Burroughs is also famous for having 'accidentally' shot his common-law wife Joan Vollmer at
a drunken party in Mexico. Burroughs used to shoot targets balanced on the top of Joan's head as a party stunt, and one night the stunt went wrong, and Joan was killed via a bullet to the head.
the face of Satan himself is clearly visible somewhere in these videos but I'm not gonna tell you whereIvy Mike
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Operation Hardtack-1, included for detail of ripple out effects and fine tailored plumage
Tsar bomb, jfc
the face of Satan himself is clearly visible somewhere in these videos but I'm not gonna tell you where
There's something ironically celestial about the quality of the light in this one.