The Soda Ash Factory, Part III
Continuing where we left off...

 More of the complex.  Actually, it really isn't all that complex.

 Big empty nothing.

 Here's a bunch of soda ash.  I have no idea what they used it for here, but if you want to make this guessing game a multiple choice problem, have at the Wikipedia entry.

 My favorite riddle: First guy: Ask me if I'm a truck. Second guy: Are you a truck? First guy: [Thinks about it for a second, then...] No.

 Damnit, Bill.  Where are the keys?!

 Better view than you get through the windshield.

 It looks like a church and a trailer, so I think we've effectively summed up everything you need to be on the lookout for architecturally in the Midwest.

 Look it what dey did ta mah trailer, maw!  They done skinned the mofo!

 The inside of the trailer demonstrates that trailers attract tornados.

 Big buncha soda ash.  Or if you're loaded, then it's coke.  Go ahead.  I dare you.

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 Another big, empty building with a little, empty building inside.  Whoa.  That's almost Zen because there's lyrical symmetry and it doesn't mean shit.

 And inside the little building inside of the big building...?  Just this junk.  You thought it was going to be a little Russian doll, didn't you?  Sucker.

Alexplored 9/18/05.