Secret Base on the Surface of Mars?

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That was an april fools joke played by Google.


Of course conspiracy theorists won't just leave it at that. Nono, they counter that google only claims it's an april fools joke after it was found as a cover up.

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Of course there are bases on Mars.


You can teleport from California. :shiftyninja:



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1 minute ago, Hum said:

Of course there are bases on Mars.


You can teleport from California. :shiftyninja:



Did they move the setup from Cheyenne Mountain?? :laugh:

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2 hours ago, Hum said:

Of course there are bases on Mars.


You can teleport from California. :shiftyninja:



That would explain all the weirdos in California, :p

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