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I'm in Barrow right now and had to watch this again for fun. No more 737 Combis fly here anymore btw. I'll be uploading a twin otter landing in Barrow in a few minutes. Also, Barrow has Subway restaurant now too!
OVER THE LIMIT THE UNITED STATES ALASKA MUST CONTRIBUTE THE COST AND PAIR THE EXPENSES ON GOODS REDUCES PRICES TO THIS PEOPLE WHO LIVE IN ALASKA AMERICAN GOVERNMENTS AND THE UNITED STATE FEDERAL GOVERNMENTS IS A SHIT SYSTEM WITH OUT THINKING ABOUT THE DIGNITY OF THIS INDIAN
PEOPLE WHO LIVE IN THAT PART OF THE WORLD AMERICAN SYSTEM IS OUT OF ORDER AND POLITICAL SUICIDE THE AMERICAN AMERICAN SUPER POWER MY ASS ASS HOLE WASHINGTON REGIMES AND SYSTEM AMERICAN GANGSTERS CRIMINAL SYSTEM
They need to get started with greenhouse farming. That with the fishing and growing chickens for eggs and meat would help them to become self-sufficient should they be cut off from supplies coming in. They may need help getting this implemented, but why not?
If the price I pay for goods in Barrow is 8-10 times what I pay in the lower 48 then I expect to be paid 8-10 times in Barrow what I earn in the lower 48. Also, Barrow would only need one "hotel". 100 rooms and I bet they would never be sold out. Oh yeah. What do they so with their shit? Outhouse?
I grew up in Fairbanks Alaska and went to Barrow once. My dad founded ANLC and wrote the language systems for the natives of Alaska!.. Much later I invented the first ion propelled craft to carry its power supply. There is a video of a very rough prototype of it flying you can see if you click the purple icon. People told me it was "impossible" because I would never get enough lift from ions to make the model fly.
Just saying isn't Alaska the closest to the north pole Nunavut is the closest to the north pole because of its islands. Nunavut has permafrost on the ground the hole year. Kinda like frost on the ground. Also Alaska is kinda of like Nunavut but Nunavut us colder!!
PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE NO HATE!!!
Last I knew, they changed the name back to the Alaskan Native name. So it's no longer supposed to be called Barrow. Similar to how the tallest mountain in North America is now called Denali rather than McKinley
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Quick Q+A: George McConnell + SUPERHERO.
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Whiz Bang Days Celebration.
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Sat // The Beer & Bacon Classic.
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Bell Museum Grand Opening.
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Lumières Françaises + Bastile Day.
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Weds // TV Girl + Infinity Crush + Cheap Fantasy.
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Thurs // The Summit Ratskeller’s Grand Reopening.