|It's like we're on Mission: Impossible.
This is upstairs in an office that was surprisingly well-stocked, almost as though the occupants were just abducted by aliens one day.
|Even though some things are boxed up, it looks like nothing was ever moved from this place.|
|Here's a piece of state of the art technology... for 1986, that is. Note the soldering iron stand, presumably on hand in case you needed to "reprogram" the computer.|
|Here are some of the blueprints like those
the cabinet photographed above.
The most recent date on any of the paperwork we noticed was 1992, not that we really spent a lot of time looking through things.
|In another office in the next room, the ceiling was having problems staying in place.|
|Here is where the tiles landed on the
desk below in the foreground.
Meanwhile, I'm wondering if this machine can average a column of five numbers using Lotus 1-2-3.
|Another untapped file cabinet.
I didn't look, but I'll bet it reveals the identity of Deep Throat and what really happened between the Kennedys and Marilyn Monroe.
|Behind the place was a small shed with a very rickety wooden staircase going up three stories. From the top, you (well, Turtle) could cross over to the top of the building we were just in. Bean and I said fuck that!|
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