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Nuclear shelter: “It’s only Code”

Alert Bung staff members have uncovered a daring project at Cameron Winery. Under the cover of building “just a cave to store some of our wine,” it appears that the owners of Cameron Winery are preparing for the BIG ONE. When asked about the excessive quantity of rebar which was going into the construction, Dochez deflected the question with one of his own: “Have you tried the new Clos Electrique? It’s shocking!” After sampling the 5 barrels of this stellar new wine, our reporters forgot why they were there. However, subsequent investigation revealed that Cameron had no plans to increase their production and owners Dochez and Wayne referred to the cave as a good place to “hang out.” Furthermore, it was learned that the local Mormon ward was moving toward tacit approval of Cameron wines for medicinal purposes. When questioned further, Dochez admitted that the “wine cave” would, in fact, hold about a congregation of people but added, “Hey! Have you tried that ’93 Abbey Ridge still in barrels? It’s amazing wine.”

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