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The Island in the North Pacific


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Red Fox   posted:4/15/2013 7:35:25 AM  (Reply)
Hello,

I'm just an worker in a large engineering company. We were recently flown to a large island in the North Pacific. I flew over it as we landed. We were warned not to talk about it. There were some serious threats and big payoff. The island was about 300 miles across. I know approximately where it is but it is not on any map.
gary107   posted:4/15/2013 9:09:01 AM  (Reply)
there is no large island in the north pacific, Guam is 8 miles wide by 32 miles long and is the largest island west of Hawaii. For an island to be that large you had to be in Japan or Russian territory.
spooky1   posted:4/15/2013 3:11:34 PM  (Reply)
Sounds like another ICE WOLF situation
bobprin   posted:4/15/2013 6:56:47 PM  (Reply)
Well, perhaps you're in a different dimension. Why are you talking about it? Do you know the difference between yards and miles?
Wereparadox   posted:4/15/2013 10:11:54 PM  (Reply)
Unless something new just rose from the depths or a massive mother ship landed. If Red Fox is telling the truth and isn't crazy then I would suspect that Gary's right about it being japan. Of course it could be the legendary MONSTER ISLAND. Was there any 200 foot tall lizards? That would be interesting. My question would really be to you is this. And?
Danvader   posted:4/17/2013 11:14:00 PM  (Reply)

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Wereparadox  posted:4/15/2013 10:11:54 PM  (Reply)
Unless something new just rose from the depths or a massive mother ship landed. If Red Fox is telling the truth and isn't crazy then I would suspect that Gary's right about it being japan. Of course it could be the legendary MONSTER ISLAND. Was there any 200 foot tall lizards? That would be interesting. My question would really be to you is this. And?
This had me in stitches.
bobprin   posted:4/18/2013 7:38:05 AM  (Reply)
I noticed red fox has not replied. Did they confiscate his device? Was he eaten by a giant lizard? Did he have north and south confused and is on borneo? Or has he watched one too many re-runs of "lost?"


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