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General / Re: MODERN WARFARE 2 SUCKS!!!
« on: November 14, 2009, 08:07:13 AM »
What a dumbass chav!
This is why england needs to invent Soma.
Good right hook though, to be expected of a chav.

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General / Re: Mini-30 or Saiga 7.62?
« on: November 13, 2009, 07:50:13 AM »
A single rifle and ammo is not going to save you from whatever. The most it could do is help in a home invasion, and then a shotgun is better.

Environment dictates need. Think about your environment and you'll have your answer.

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General / Re: Gun Control on a Military Base? Uhh....
« on: November 11, 2009, 09:03:04 AM »
I know right? What does the AA stand for on those things "Anti-Aircraft"?

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General / Re: Let's Vote Against FTL on Podcast Alley
« on: November 04, 2009, 07:15:01 AM »
Your points are valid. Sometimes it seems like they have no callers, maybe because of the above reason. The callers are the songs, for FTL those songs were something like long Led Zeppelin/metalica rifts, but now it's all DJ. Shut up and play news and Songs like any other decent station!

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General / Re: World Vegan Day '09
« on: November 03, 2009, 07:34:07 AM »
Blood type is bullshit. Maybe genetic testing will help determine a better diet for individuals in the future, but really it's about whatever your parents feed you and in what quantity.

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General / Re: Islam is a peaceful religion
« on: November 01, 2009, 04:05:24 PM »
[Sarcasm]You know, this is definitive evidence that Muslims are evil. To think I hang out with these 'people' on occasion.[/sarcasm]



... however, it is proof that if your violent in any protest the police will come to your door with shotguns and submachine guns and take you out.

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General / Re: Time bank!
« on: October 29, 2009, 08:18:07 PM »
Yeah, but they need to pay income tax on that income. Oh... wait.

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General / Re: Death by screen printing machine
« on: October 22, 2009, 08:22:11 PM »
That was so sad.
I am going to write "I will not reach for things in machinery." A thousand times now.

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General / Re: iWATCH Stasi-Like Citizen Program
« on: October 21, 2009, 11:17:54 PM »
You know that sounds awesome. Any time you run into a statist you call in on them. It reminds me of what stopped the stazi, Warehouses of paperwork and no way to look through it all.

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General / Re: iWATCH Stasi-Like Citizen Program
« on: October 21, 2009, 10:06:10 PM »
Think about the POWER of Iwatch. Don't like somebody, just go look through the hundred thousand laws or so and report, let the police decide if they are a threat.

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General / Re: Questions for gun owners
« on: October 20, 2009, 07:59:55 AM »
smoke bombs
WTF? You plan on signaling aircraft or some shit?

Well it has a variety of uses. For instance say your at the mall and you see your ex-girlfriend who was real clingy and neurotic. You simply determine her line of sight from where you need to escape, pop some smoke let it build and then cross. You could also use it to signal aircraft. Or pop it next to a spot you want blown into oblivion from the air.

Also, weight was a factor when I thought it out, it's in a comfortable bag and is not that heavy. My gun is carried in a concealed holster with the extra clips in the bag.

http://www.cheaperthandirt.com/MOLLE004-1.html

This bag has a strap that goes around my waist and pins it behind me which makes it really comfortable.

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General / Re: Questions for gun owners
« on: October 19, 2009, 08:16:34 PM »
Yep, I am ready for it all.

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General / Re: Questions for gun owners
« on: October 19, 2009, 08:04:25 PM »
I answer all those questions with yes. It's really just a matter of how you carry it. For instance, not only do I keep my Gun on me, but I also keep these on me as well.

Dramamine, Cold Pack, Roller Gauge 2&4in, Band aids, scissors, tylonol, psuedofedrine, Prep pads, Sunscreen, triangular bandage, Butterfly closures, 4x4 bandages, one-time neosporine, Potable water, lip balm, Blod-clot, Large bandage, .45 caliber handgun, 3 magazines, 39 rounds hyrda shock, mace, Leather man, Utility knife, tweezers, laser pointer, zip ties, duct tape, scanner, Cellphone, Pencil and notepad, personal phone directory, business cards, Pocket constitution state and Federal, Video Camera, Phone numbers for legal advice, Lunch bag, water bottle, sleepover tooth brushes mouthwash, floss, cologne, hotel soap bar, ziploc bags, trash bag, Interesting book, Notebook, Pen and pencil, Ref Book, Computer, charger with 120/12v for laptop, cellphones and scanner, Flashdrive, Fire starter, compass, lighter, condoms.


on computer

encryption, DnD books, textbooks, maps, dictionary, thesaurus, MLA style guide, Field Manual, Skeptoid, History books, Biographical encyclopedia, CIA world fact book, Cognitive tools, Chat software, IRC, Wardriving, Bluetooth, Bittorent, python, Encrypted passwords for every website I visit on flashdrive

So it's all just a matter of having the right gear for the right job.



Or enough gear for any job.

Yeah and there are other things that I keep in seperate molle pouches that can be attached. Like smoke bombs, and flash bangs for TEOTWAWKI

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General / Re: Questions for gun owners
« on: October 19, 2009, 07:50:35 PM »
I answer all those questions with yes. It's really just a matter of how you carry it. For instance, not only do I keep my Gun on me, but I also keep these on me as well.

Dramamine, Cold Pack, Roller Gauge 2&4in, Band aids, scissors, tylonol, psuedofedrine, Prep pads, Sunscreen, triangular bandage, Butterfly closures, 4x4 bandages, one-time neosporine, Potable water, lip balm, Blod-clot, Large bandage, .45 caliber handgun, 3 magazines, 39 rounds hyrda shock, mace, Leather man, Utility knife, tweezers, laser pointer, zip ties, duct tape, scanner, Cellphone, Pencil and notepad, personal phone directory, business cards, Pocket constitution state and Federal, Video Camera, Phone numbers for legal advice, Lunch bag, water bottle, sleepover tooth brushes mouthwash, floss, cologne, hotel soap bar, ziploc bags, trash bag, Interesting book, Notebook, Pen and pencil, Ref Book, Computer, charger with 120/12v for laptop, cellphones and scanner, Flashdrive, Fire starter, compass, lighter, condoms.


on computer

encryption, DnD books, textbooks, maps, dictionary, thesaurus, MLA style guide, Field Manual, Skeptoid, History books, Biographical encyclopedia, CIA world fact book, Cognitive tools, Chat software, IRC, Wardriving, Bluetooth, Bittorent, python, Encrypted passwords for every website I visit on flashdrive

So it's all just a matter of having the right gear for the right job.


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General / Re: Tough Guys ONLY in this thread.
« on: October 19, 2009, 08:39:50 AM »
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OOh RAAH!

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