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(Long Beach Press-Telegram)   Magnets. How do they OH MY GOD LOOK AT THE SIZE OF THAT THING   ( divider line 54
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2013-07-27 03:35:49 PM  

mofa: That's the second biggest magnet I've ever seen.

First largest?
2013-07-27 07:09:25 PM

2013-07-27 08:21:26 PM  

mochunk: So they came up 355 and Butterfield? I can't Imagine it fitting... I had a friend say she saw the giant magnet at Hidden Lake. I had no idea wtf she was on about. But that was the forest preserve mentioned in the article. Located at rt53 and Butterfield. Down the road from where I grew up. Bummer I missed it. Used to drive through Fermi all the time and have friends who have worked there.

IDOT had to take down light poles and traffic lights on Butterfield.  And they had to come up the entrance ramp from 355 to Butterfield, royally messing up traffic.
2013-07-28 03:49:15 PM  

Oldiron_79: dstanley: Cut the chatter, Red Two.

Red Fox standing by

Redd Fox standing by
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