Atari E.T. Cartridge Dig Hits an Environmental Snag

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DelroyMonjo

Alamogordo Bombing and Gunnery Range. 1st nuke bomb test, 1945.

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Rebel_X

It means "fat cottonwood" :p and no, I don't speak Spanish.

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firefox91

That story is just a front. They realized that someone was about to find Jimmy Hoffa's body where no one would possibly consider looking before.

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Random

They went digging for E.T. video game cartridges and instead found truckloads of Windows 8 install media buried in the landfill.

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Rebel_X

Shocked as they may be, the manager of the site, shouts to Jose to pour and dump quick hardening cement on top of the landfill, he was thinking that it would be 'electrological' disaster and an incurable pandemic if the infamous OS disease infects the world's computers.

LOL.

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rwpritchett

Man, I really hated that game.

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spaulding

I met a guy last week from there and said it was in the paper as a kid about them doing it then turning it into a parking lot. He also said he beleived it was in the El Paso paper (where they were made). I beleib that James Rolfe also mentioned this story but at the same time it was denied and there was no evidence. Let em fucking dig up plastic, how is leaving it there GOOD for the environment? Oh wait, the endangered plants that could give a fuck less that theres plastic under them.

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jtrpop

The Angry Video Game Nerd will find it! http://youtu.be/eiz95K1ngiI