texdent: That's boring.
czetie: Bloggers/columnists that were speculating ancient artifact/crashed alien ship ("nothing human-made could be so tough!")/secret bunker will learn from this episode... absolutely nothing.
Cybernetic: memebot_of_doom: texdent: That's boring.[img.fark.net image 580x387]It's a boring machine.And TFA says it's a "two-mile long boring journey".Sheesh, kids these days. Can't even keep themselves entertained for a two-mile journey.
dustygrimp: My definition of anti-climax is a naked 90 year-old grandma eating shredded wheat, her teeth in a glass next to the bowl. So this doesn't match.
Warthog: This doesn't address anything. Has anyone seen a picture of the supposed pipe? Has anyone heard from anyone NOT involved with the project that it was a pipe? It should not have taken them this long to determine that it was a pipe that is marked on the utility survey of the dig route. This smells of cover-up.
Evil Twin Skippy: MikeBoomshadow: Saw "anticlimax." Expected faked orgasm.Anticlimax is what I expect hipsters have instead of orgasms. Or maybe that's too ironic for them...
Rent Party: You know, this is exactly how Reign of Fire started out.....
memebot_of_doom: texdent: That's boring.[img.fark.net image 580x387]It's a boring machine.
czetie: Perhaps the so-called pipe is actually where they buried the indestructible debris from the Twin Towers to conceal the evidence as far from New York as possible?
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