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General / Awesome SHTF, buy a crap AR-15 thread
« on: October 07, 2012, 01:19:30 PM »
Gotta love these conspiracy theorists.  Posts like these are part of the reason it has been so long since I posted here.

 :lol: :P


General / Re: Where to Purchase Cannabis Seeds?
« on: March 19, 2012, 07:55:28 PM »
1) Give yourself cancer or some other debilitating disease.
2) Move to Commiefornia
3) Get a doctor's prescription for medical marijuana
4) Register with the state through your city hall
5) Wait to receive your cannabis card in the mail
6) Go to your local cannabis dispensary
7) Register with your local cannabis dispensary
8) Purchase cannabis seeds from your local cannabis dispensary
9) Die from cancer or other debilitating disease

Other options:

Don't smoke cannabis or grow cannabis or get cancer or a debilitating disease.

General / Re: Drama in the Free State
« on: March 19, 2012, 10:38:03 AM »
If you use a rail car spring as the post, it will be impossible to knock down.  You can weld the box to the top of the spring and that thing will be invincible.

General / Re: Drama in the Free State
« on: March 18, 2012, 10:55:28 AM »
Derrick J Detained for Handing Out Literature

The kids who might be the more anti-authority type might not even take a flier if you use that confrontational approach. I wouldnt if I were shy, because what kid wants a target on their back?

Also, I hope they realize that by getting banned from school property they cant go back now when something even more important happens. Like, say, if they were to hold a informational assembly or such.

It's funny you mention that.

My cousin is a Rabbi, and created a bunch of Jewish clubs at various high schools in the area. He visits them at lunch, hands out some food, and they talk about stuff. His outreach programs work pretty well, and he works entirely within the system.
Sounds like he's a fascist statist government worshiper to me.

Serious Business / Top Jello Shot Recipes
« on: March 17, 2012, 01:11:07 AM »

The Experiment

Previously, we investigated  the strongest possible Jell-O shot and showed that a Jell-O shot can, in fact, be lit on fire. The reader response to these investigations was overwhelming, we received hundreds of methods and recipes for producing the "best" Jell-O shot. Equipped with this reader input, a minibar’s worth of booze, a grocery cart full of Jell-O, and the spirit of scientific investigation, we embarked on a grueling series of further Jell-O shot trials, and here we present our findings.

The Flavor Challenge

Previously we focused our efforts on maximizing the alcoholic potency of the shots. But, as we discovered, the flavor suffered severely as a result. This compromises the basic utility and purpose of the Jell-O shot. Jell-O shots are supposed to get you buzzed, but they are also supposed to taste good.

In our selection of liquors and recipe combinations, we tried to stick to the basics: liquors and ingredients that were economical and easy to find or likely to be on hand. Likewise, we kept most of the formulas simple and pared a few classic cocktails down to their basic elements. In other words, the best taste with the least effort. Nevertheless, we did take on some creative challenges.

Start With the Basics

Here’s a rundown of some of the best basic Jell-O/liquor combinations that we tried. Of course, it goes without saying that you can put vodka in anything, or use a flavored vodka that matches the Jell-O (Orange and Stoli Oranj, for example). The following combos and recipes got approval from our panel of tasters. Standout favorites were cherry and amaretto, watermelon and sour apple schnapps, orange and Captain Morgan’s, and anything containing peach schnapps.


General / Re: Is Denis Goddard a whiny bitch?
« on: March 11, 2012, 09:35:58 PM »
Stephanie: "I have a friend who complains woman are uninterested in his blog."
Wasn't me.
The solution is clearly to include more pink ponies, rainbows, and lipstick photos.

Guns, Drugs, and Crazy Independence Stuff / Re: SGs Guns not girls
« on: February 25, 2012, 11:31:26 AM »
Get a Saiga 12 and a 50 rd dual drum magazine.  Nothing less will do when you absolutely need to kill an entire flock of endangered migratory avian critters or mow down a zombie horde.

General / Re: Can procreation be justified?
« on: February 25, 2012, 01:05:48 AM »
Here's an idea: Go kill yourself.


General / Re: Anarchojesse's dad?
« on: February 23, 2012, 07:18:58 PM »
This guy needs to go to jail.  You don't just shoot somebody for bothering you or being on your property.

General / Building an AK.. as art! Master of Fine Art thesis project
« on: February 21, 2012, 02:27:52 PM »
"DIY AMD AK47" will cover the construction of an AK-pattern weapon and the creation of pictographic instructions intended for distribution that detail the process. These instructions will be made available on the web and distributed in “zine” form. They are intended to cover the complete construction of the weapon from parts to operation as a challenge to the notion of a state as defined by Weber as that entity which has claimed a “monopoly on the legitimate use of violence”.

Civilian gun rights are an interesting place to explore activist interventions. Citizens have taken up arms in defense of their participation in government and as a resistance to state violence most recently and widely reported as part of the Arab Spring uprisings. One particularly compelling example from the past took place during the Soviet-Afghan war in which the Mujaheddin produced their own AK-pattern rifles. These rifles, known as "Khyber Pass AKs" enabled an armed resistance to be mobilized by civilians without military manufacturing infrastructure. The same lessons learned by the Kyber Pass gunsmiths can be distilled into an instruction set intended for any oppressed people interested in defending themselves by producing the "People's Gun".



General / Re: Charles Manson: where's the victim?
« on: February 21, 2012, 02:15:48 PM »
What Manson did was morally almost identical to hiring a group of assassins.

Slightly worse in the sense that he manipulated and headfucked people into doing it rather than just offering someone cash.

Did he do it? Nope. Would it have happened if not for him? Nope.

He used individuals as tools to commit murder.  Guilty.

General / Re: What kind of motorcycle should I get?
« on: February 19, 2012, 11:10:58 AM »
Been on a V-star 1100 for a few months. Too wide for splitting lanes. A bitch to work on. Small gas tank. Awkward foot controls for big feet.  The power is adequate but the clutch slips if I get on the throttle. I've read it needs stiffer clutch springs.
(I'm experienced and I have the right tools.)
Changed the rear tire today.
Took 3 hours for me to get the wheel off. 30 mins for the shop to mount+balance. About 2 hours to put it all back together. By comparison, my old Suzuki GS took about an hour for the same work.
Yamaha V-star 1100. Not user friendly.
My Kawasaki rear tire change:

Heft bike up on center stand (sometimes a lot harder than it looks, ouch my back).
Remove right side muffler (2 bolts, a couple minutes max)
Remove rear axle bolt (about a minute)
Pop rear wheel from rear drive shaft
Pay 10 bucks for the shop to change the tire (I'm not changing tubeless street tires myself thanks very much!)
Reverse.  Easy peasy.

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