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'Undisclosed site' disclosed

Time magazine reveals the whereabouts of Dick Cheney's "undisclosed location", so prominently discussed in the aftermath of 9/11.

His account of 9/11 and its aftermath is studded with new details, including some about the undisclosed location known as Site R, an underground bunker on the Maryland-Pennsylvania border where the Vice President spent much of his time in 2001. Deep under Raven Rock Mountain, Site R "is a secret world of five buildings, each three stories tall, computer filled caverns and a subterranean water reservoir." It is just 7 miles from Camp David.

I eagerly await the outrage from the parties who were so incensed about the "outing" of Valerie Plame.

I'm waiting....