For the price of $100,420, you could be the proud owner of the Sea Shadow prototype stealth ship. The auction only has five days left, a reserve of $10,000, and a top bid placed just this past Friday of $100,420.
In addition to the sky-high asking price and needing to take possession of both Seas Shadow and the HMB-1 simultaneously, the terms of the deal require that the winner of the auction completely dismantle the Sea Shadow for scrap. The Sea Shadow was built by Lockheed Martin and DARPA in 1985 to test stealth concepts on naval craft and ship automation. The comparisons between it and the angular design of the Lockheed F-117 stealth fighter are immediate to the eye, and the Sea Shadow was built only four years after the aircraft’s first flight. The Sea Shadow has been paired with the HMB-1 since its inception, and the floating drydock has continued to house the craft after it was removed from service in 2006. Since then, the pair have been quietly rusting in the Suisun Bay Reserve Fleet, with the hopes that an interested museum would want to take on the strange vessel. A completely submersible drydock barge, it was built to work in conjunction with the Glomar Explorer as part of an elaborate CIA effort to raise the Soviet submarine K-129 called project Azorian. Built by eccentric mogol Howard Hughes, the barge featured a retractable roof and was meant to fit beneath the Glomar where a large mechanical arm would descend to the ocean floor and pluck the submarine from the depths. Though operation Azorian was only partially successful, HMB-1 found new life as the perfect way to develop and test the Sea Shadow away from prying eyes. And if all that isn’t enough, the Sea Shadow inspired the ship used in Tomorrow Never Dies. The Secret Blogger provides a platform for members to share and write about issues that they might not want to feel comfortable publishing on their own sites.  We provide an anonymous platform, and publication of posts does not imply endorsement from the Foodies team. When I first started blogging, I was paranoid about keeping my work life separate from my “what I did at home” life.


It didn’t take long to establish Choclette as my online identity and for the most part everyone has been absolutely fine with using it.
When I make face to face contact with online acquaintances and friends I’ve become increasingly relaxed about revealing my identity. I am innately a cautious and private person so I’m deeply suspicious of having my details out there for all to see and for any person, company or agency to pick up and use without so much as a by your leave.
It’s a long established tradition in our culture for writers to use alternative names to promote their work; some have several.
Initially, this didn’t bother me, it was just one more social media channel I didn’t really have time for and could do without.
Of course Google+ is a useful tool for raising one’s online profile and helping to elevate search rankings. Sally is the publisher of Foodies100, the UK's largest directory of brilliant UK food and drink blogs and bloggers.
Une sorte de lecon, qu’elle semble vouloir donner a tous ceux qui ont encore ces prejuges sans chercher a connaitre la personnalite des gens qui se cachent derriere cette encre si passionnante. DISMANTILING IS DEFINED AS REDUCING THE PROPERTY SUCH AS IT HAS NO VALUE EXCEPT FOR ITS BASIC MATERIAL CONTENT. Nearly five years into blogging this has become less of an issue, but I have established my online identity as Choclette now and it is way too late to change this, even if I wanted to. I have had the odd raised eyebrow from fellow bloggers for not using my “real name” when corresponding via e-mail, but as far as I know, it hasn’t stopped anyone from wanting to engage. No one criticises George Orwell, George Elliot or Georges Sand for their names, in fact how many people know their “real” ones? However, as time has gone on, its presence is becoming more and more pernicious and is intruding into the interactions I want to have with others and stopping me visiting their blogs.


As a result of Google’s intransigence in this matter, my blog is not as well as it might otherwise do. Every day of the week, we promote the UK's best and most exciting blogs about food and drink. I am becoming more relaxed about my identity as well but I used to get rather annoyed about not having the option to be what I wanted to be. Most of the PRs I deal with are happy to send me packages addressed to Choclette and even the post office now recognises me as such. Online I am Choclette, that is how people know me in all the social media channels in which I am engaged.
Invariably when clicking on a profile link, I get taken to Google+ rather than the blog I was actually looking for. Please be sure to open and click your first newsletter so we can confirm your subscription. On arrival there, it’s often not at all obvious as to where the blog link is, so I give up and end up not visiting that particular blog.
Fan de heavy metal, la maquilleuse de Maison Alfort va suivre le meme procede que Zombie Boy, aka Rick Genest, pour la pub dermablend, et qui necessite pres de 5h de maquillage ! Squares indicate the package is on ground level, while triangles are for packages that require some vertical investigation. It does not recognise the name Choclette and insists that I use the name on my birth certificate.



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