Paul Stevens with new interest
It was a nice morning, and the sun was Chanel Handbags warmer here in the middle of the island. Paul Stevens led us around the fort.
Fort Terry had no walls, and actually resembled a deserted town. It was unexpectedly picturesque with a brick jailhouse, an old mess hall, a rambling, two-story brick barracks with a veranda, the commandant's house, a few other turn-of-the-century Chanel Bags buildings, and a white clapboard chapel on a hill.
Mr. Stevens pointed to another brick building and said, "That's the only building still used-the firehouse."
Max commented, "This is a long distance to the lab."
"Yes," Stevens replied, "but the new laboratory is virtually fireproof and has its own internal fire-fighting system." He added, "These UGG Boots Clearance fire trucks are used mostly for brush fires and fires in buildings without biocontainment."
Max, who'd lived his whole life upwind or downwind from this island, said to Stevens, "But a fire or a hurricane could destroy the power generators that filter the biocontainment areas. Right?"
"Anything is possible." He added, "Some people live Jordan Heels near nuclear reactors. This is the modern world-full of unimaginable horrors-chemical, biological, and nuclear nightmares waiting to clean the slate for the next evolving species."
I looked at Paul Stevens with new interest. It occurred to me that he was nuts.
In front of the barracks was a field of cut grass that swept louis vuitton handbags on sale down to the water some distance away. Flocks of Canada geese were strutting around the field, cackling and honking or whatever the hell they do when they're not crapping. Stevens explained, "That was the parade ground. We keep the grass cut so that aircraft can see the concrete letters that are embedded Cheap Louis Vuitton bags in the grass. The letters say, 'Plum Island-Restricted.' We don't want small planes landing here." He made a little joke. "The sign keeps airborne terrorists away."
We walked around a bit and Stevens said, "Before we built the main facility, a lot of the administration offices were housed here at Fort Terry. Now jordan heels almost everything-labs, security, storage, administration, and animals-is under one roof, which is very good from the standpoint of security." He said to me, "So, even if the perimeter security were breached, the main building is virtually unbreachable."
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