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Elnora 1 year ago
Isn't #22 really valuable? Like used in perfumes and such.
       
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Nancy 1 year ago
$10K/pound if its the real thing. Have it checked though, alot of stuff looking like ambergris is also found on beaches
       
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Jody 1 year ago
Elnora, It's illegal to have ambergris in your possession the US. It's not used much any more because synthetics work just as well and are a lot cheaper and no whales are exploited.
       
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Cathleen 1 year ago
I'm pretty sure #29 are firing bunkers for the next invasion from the North.
They also used to have firing ports in the billboards along the highways.
       
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Ced 1 year ago
Cathleen, Don't you mean #21 ?
       
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Ced 1 year ago
Trina, Why do you Europeans get you panties in such a twist just because we don't conform to YOUR way of thinking? Just because we have a different way of doing things! Oh no, you can't do it different than we do. The European way is the only way. Things have to be measured in tenths not twelveths! So, tell me, which two months do you leave off your calendars? Which two hours do you leave off your watch? And, yet, you have to rely on Americans to save your @$$ when someone else threatens you! Just wondering, what do you call that little thing that we call an inchworm? A 1.6mm worm?
       
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Darry 1 year ago
#18 -- It's a FAKE security system. People see the "flash" and think they are on camera. I had one in my business back in the '80's; the exact model in the picture.
       
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Cora 1 year ago
The answer for #11 wasn't an answer to the question. So yeah, it looks like a commercial food tray, but what is it doing imbedded into an elevator wall?
       
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Andy 1 year ago
Cora,
Ha my thought initially but realized it is being used to cover a hole...(Probably a location for a control panel in a different situation), since it fits so well
       
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Ramona 1 year ago
Cora,

We have these in our elevators as well. There used to be a telephone mounted there to call the front desk in case the thing got stuck. Later they got obsolete because there had to be automated warning systems
       
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Trina 1 year ago
#17 American in Europe. Like Bambi in a submarine. This the rest of the world, dude. The metric world.
       
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Hobkin 1 year ago
Quote: Trina
"American living in Poland. What are these signs with pic of cloud, bridge, and temps telling us?"

This is part of the weather station system. There is also a wind speedometer above the plaque. And I confirm that the upper temperature is air temperature and the lower temperature is the road. Warnings, for example about black ice, are also displayed there
       
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Patrick 1 year ago
#23 Definitely not the one used in the Star Wars movies. And by the looks of it it is a bit small for being used as a light saber.
       
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