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Dining room lighting control

Dining room lighting control

Now, some people might think these switches controlled the vast array of lights in the dining room. Actually, these switches were binary programming toggles for an old Cray supercomputer which was housed in a still-active subterranean bunker. Er, correction, they were just to control the dining room lights.

It should come as no surprise that this entire area has been thoroughly illegally scrapped for its copper since then.

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