Long lost NUCLEAR bomb found off Georgia coast

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  1. Ttuck

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    Ooops......................
     
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    Awwwww crap....... After doing some digging i found out that World daily news is a satire site. Mods please delete.
     
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    why not just lock it and put "delete" in the title






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    Because the option to lock the thread has disappeared for me and it won't let me edit the title. For some reason the lock button doesn't show up anymore.
     
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    I got the worst sunburn of my life many years ago on Tybee Island, maybe it wasn't the sun!!:eek::eek::eek::eek:
     
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    Well there is a lost nuke in that area. They've looked for it quite a bit but couldn't find it and I guess gave up.

    With the currents in that area and the amount of sediment coming through there, It's really buried well. Perhaps if a hurricane come through there and the tides are just right maybe it will pop up.

    I don't recall the story very well but believe it's not possible to be armed and thus detonate but with over 50 years of sitting in salt water, who knows....
     
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    This is where I get reliable reporting, much more believable than Brian Williams NBC!
     

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