Monday, November 25, 2019

kill switch


KILL SWITCH
The “Internet Kill Switch” is another one of those things we all stressed about, then went on our merry way worrying about something else such as whether Obammy was a flamming fag boy or not. It was like the “death panel” news, in that it was probably true, which is why it was so successfully stuffed down the rabbet hole so quickly. Or, my personal favorite, the “indefinite detention without charges” that every swinging dingus purposefully ignores ( “I'm Not Listening, lalalala” ) because that would mean they had to stop buying ammunition and actually start to use it.
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Not that I'm one for rebellion. I'd prefer to ignore everyone's stupidity, stay out of their way while they do whatever it is they do to amuse themselves because their lives would otherwise be a shallow pit of despair with no meaning, and enjoy my life apart from them. Alas, it probably won't be so simple. Because people are indeed asswhores and douche canoes, they want to drag you down to their level. Misery loves company, after all, and even as we speak some purple hair cat lady sky screamer is figuring out a way to turn me into a castrated soy boy so she has a new friend.
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Now, I DO think “death panels” are a real thing, despite the fact that Sarah Palin was the talking head that popularized the issue. It isn't a cut off of coverage at age 76, as was first reported. But far too many reports are circulating regarding the pushing of opioids as a “quality of life” issue that acts as an accelerate towards death that I think it behooves one to be very cautious and paranoid. I'm not necessary saying it is a bad thing, as Medicare should not be a taxpayer program keeping everyone's grandma alive in a near coma, but that should be an open and debated question, but an underhanded and hidden issue forced on others without oversight.
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But then, I think that flu shots are a designed bioweapon, don't I? I'm not exactly prone to give the government the benefit of the doubt, not after anthrax shots during the gulf war, Agent Orange, nuclear fallout testing on draftees, AIDS, MK-Ultra and chemical tests on subway riders. I'm pessimistic and paranoid, hateful and suspicious, and I'm Damn Skippy proud of it. So, what about the near forgotten “Internet Kill Switch”?
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I was reminded of it reading a novel about guerrilla war following total gun control ( probably since recommended to you-remember, the blog articles are written a week in advance. If you want up to the minute writing, subscribe to the e-mail newsletter ). Those wily gun lovers, within their ranks computer nerds, shotgun post video of a gun owner fighting back after a ban, as the dreaded black SUV vomits forth a fire team to kick in a door and kick ass. The point being, once everyone knows not everyone agrees or peacefully gave up the guns, others will join the rebellion.
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And there is some truth to that-plenty of people want to fight back, but they don't want to do it alone because all that accomplishes is that you become a martyr. Why die if no one else cares about the Bill Of Rights? I mean, OBVIOUSLY no one cares about the Bill Of Rights, as evidenced every damn day. In what society would men allow a very young boy to be castrated because the deluded and demented mother thinks that gender is a choice? Crap like this happens every day, every day the communists push our buttons and get away with it and are emboldened.
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If you don't smack the family dog down, hard, when it tests the waters being aggressive, eventually one of your kids is going to get mauled. Our Blues are a very rabid dog, and we do not punish it. We should have already put it down. However, that said, we are also not a nation anymore, merely a confederation of different tribes squabbling over a shrinking treasure, so I certainly do not fault anyone for failing to fight back. You don't risk your life for another tribe. Which is exactly the point of the problem with fighting back against gun control.
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The one thing the government could absolutely NOT do is let the word get out that someone had finally decided to fight back. Because gun owners are pretty much a tribe. You have to be, if your views are that individuals are more important than the government ( a dying world view ). Once the tribe starts fighting back, THEN you might join in the fight. It is critical they do not allow this. So, the Internet Kill Switch is hit.
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But there is a slight problem, one I love that the novel brings up ( making it worth my time reading ). All banking and business and even law enforcement communication past the local area, uses the Internet. It isn't just mom and pop businesses, it is the Mega Too Big To Fail corporations. Not just Amazon taking orders but food transportation logistics. The Internet is now critical for almost everything to function. My take-away from this was NOT, “well, I guess we don't have to worry about the kill switch”. No. It was worse.
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Forget gun control for now. It is probably inevitable but I trust you all realize that Clinton was a poser. The next time there will be no loopholes. I don't think many folks buried guns in the 90's. I think EVERYONE should be burying them now ( if you only have one gun, and so cannot bury it because you'll need it, you are doing something wrong. Remember One Is None? Bury most, and a lot of ammo because they will take that also, and just keep a minimum for immediate needs ). But what about THE immediate threat? Economic collapse.
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It has already started. The banks are already being bailed out, in stealth mode. Many indicators are worse than 2008. Do you remember what one of the steps of the bail out is going to be? Yes, to the head of the minion class for you, bail IN's. After the bail out from the central bank, you lose any money you have in the bank, and the Treasury gives you a ten or twenty year maturity bond in its place ( which will hyper-inflate away. Which is why China and everyone else dumped long term bonds for very short term ones ).
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And what would the perfect cover be to close the banks, to forestall panic? “A hacker attack”, placed in quotes because it will obviously be a false flag attack. The Rothschild's meat puppet Trump flicks the kill switch on the Internet, calls it the fault of Russia or whoever, and the Internet being down is the perfect cover as the banks melt down. In other words, you WANT all business to cease. In this case, it isn't a bad thing. No one can communicate with anyone else, to coordinate attacks, defenses, mutual aid or what have you. Only the TV or radio inform you, and that is all Pravda lies.
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Enjoy your banker holiday, just as America enjoyed the “temporary” suspension of gold convertibility by Nixon.
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52 comments:

  1. Off topic Jim, but I recall that you mentioned that you had a lot of problems with the Mr Heater units. The video below might shed some light on why (Short video 4:27). Sounds as if you’re using the bulk 20lb tanks, that you really want that filter. Even if you buy the recommended gas line from Mr Heater, someone in the comments section mentioned that still want to use the filter, and replace it every year if you’re using the heater a lot. Apparently the scented stuff (added rotten egg smell for safety) is also an oil, and this also messes with the heater. I’m the minion that refills his own 16oz tanks (It was a guest article). I must be doing something right however, because I’ve had my Mr Heater Buddy since 2014. It’s a glowing away right next to me as I type this :D

    Mr Heater Buddy - I ruined mine using this (4:27)

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SSga7E7RDmQ

    Refilling 16oz propane tanks using a refill adapter

    http://bisonprepper.blogspot.com/2018/01/guest-article-article-2-of-2-today.html?m=1

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    1. I DID use a new filter every year. Now, let us say that all it is is the need for smaller tanks. I'm pissed that I used to use the large tanks, WITHOUT a filter, and got years of use from the heater. Now, WITH the filter, I'm only getting a few hundred hours out of the heater. That means they changed something, made it cheaper. Information appreciated, it might save minions issues. I still hold to my anger at the company over a shoddy product, and refuse to play their game. Having said that, they really are about the only game in town and one might be forced to use it, if you don't have the $300 for a higher quality competitor. I'm thinking about, if needed, switching to kerosene.

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    2. I see. Well, it sounds to me as if you did nothing wrong Jim, and that I just got lucky. There could be something different about using the smaller tanks (which is all that I have ever used in my heater) but I can’t imagine what? But they’re a pain in the ass to deal with, and don’t last longer than 4 hours on my Buddy heater, on low setting.

      Kerosene might be an option. But you’d have to figure out the cost vs propane vs the output BTU’s vs the burn time, etc.

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    3. I think it is just when you bought the heater. After X date, they are all crap. I bought on both sides, and have an unfortunate comparison. Most fuels cost the same per BTU. It is the equipment that probably varies in amortization. I'm mainly thinking I don't want to haul propane tanks on the bike any more.

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    4. I went with a small amount of Kerosene stock and heater as an auxiliary or back up life saving heater plan. I went with the round korean dyna glo heater @100+ bucks. 9 hour run time. Get extra wicks (milesStairs.com) and igniter buttons, add the 'C' batteries for lazy lighting or match light old school too. Get "mr. Funnel" fuel filter funnels as it removes water from kero, which happens and affects performance. Light outside to heat up a bit and pull inside and put out if shutting down. Smell a bit but more stockpile supportable than "gas" heats. Some fellows used #2 ulsd diesel without ill effects (u-tubed etc) also, wait for it, it can be the same fuel for your old school analog=coal oil lamps. Just like in the cowboy movies, fer sure pardners.

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    5. The B-POD can be heated with a stove burner. At the NOL's place, I'd need the dedicated heater. Need to do something quick, in case we catch another kind of California disease. Appreciate the info, that should save me a lot of searching.

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  2. Right, Jim, as a strident accolyte of your teachings, I forever pound on the analog living drum. The net and tech is only used begrudgingly to keep a functional foot in the first world society, and only as existing purposes necessary. No downloads, no Apps, little to really no digital contacts outside the wire. The self imposed isolation, non participation in slave-spy systems is a premptive "strategic" S.O.P. to carry one's self.

    Newspeak is now, deplatforming is now, gangstalking is now, employment and civic participation is redlined and withheld out of your reach now, dirty prosecution and asset forfeiting is now, how many clue bats to the head does a Minion need to get it?

    Real "Man-tivities" (empire building, creating, holding cultural norms etc) is conducted without limpy wrist mouse clicks and screen tapping. Pulling the plug, is just this: grid down or dark net just proves a point: "In my jungle, your just another asshole". (Dogs of War) plan accordingly.

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    1. Ha! Cluebats to the minions. The operative word just might be, please Sir may we have another?

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  3. I like how you stir the cauldron. Have you come to any realizations on having any type of radios as a form of; i.e. intelligence, companionship, and or entertainment? For example, our power grid goes offline indefinite tonight. Tomorrow morning, how does it feel to awaken without owning a prescience of any outcome , and of sharing the wake of the day with the collective consciousness that defines "online"? I realize initially it wouldn't phase to touch residual understandings of what went down, though eventually , I believe , It could wear on a persons psyche, inversely, to the effect of the dilemma.

    Learning and listening are lifelong skills that peruse our innate account for which we contrive ourselves adaptable or not. If you have a vpn, then you already know how certain countries disallow access to certain websites (knowledge). It is similar to how our government could/would "Quarantine" states for a pandemic or other "situations". I have not yet read your entire collection of work, please forgive if this has been spoken of already, though it seems as important as shelter, water, and food. It seems as if a network of people connected through "communications" beyond what is taken for granted , could alleviate the symptoms of post traumatic civilization-al depression.

    I am curious. Not saying we need to stay in touch... When I lived on the streets and dumpster dove for my life, there were times standing in the bright sunshine of a cool day reading the local paper of wherever I was. (It allowed me), to conjecture my place in whatever contentment I could allocate from nothing a sense of "belonging" without going down the rabbit hole of isolation.

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    1. Electric communication wouldn't be needed for companionship if you already had a quasi-group. Only hermits might need this link. But a good point. Help you not go crazy. No, I haven't touched on this before.

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    2. Jim , you have mentioned the possibility of either the web being interrupted or your blog getting banned. Perhaps a Ham radio transceiver base station is the answer. I'd guess a person could get set up with a used twelve volt Marine tranciever or a home base station for under $500.
      Think of it , "The Bison Daily Broadcast" , same content as the blog only open channel for commenting after each daily show. Only on short wave.
      Many preppers already have receivers capable of listening. I do.

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  4. Speaking of fighting back...
    https://twitter.com/i/status/1197894502758912005

    bs42

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    1. But a righteous ass kicking, none the less. Too bad the driver will most likely be arrested, as you can't beat a vag-hatter and get away with it.

      bs42

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    2. Not just high dollar lawyers and fines, but Sensitivity Training classes mandated.

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    3. Too bad nothing cool like that ever happens over here. Well, there was that one incident where that one antifa dude tried to firebomb an ICE facility, and the pigs converted him into a wiffle ball. But even here, where they have the .gov on their side, there are certain limits. Such as you have to stop short of firebombing an ICE facility :D

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  5. The California power interuptions is great judas horse capability. Though used for fire prevention excuses, it along with other "tools" at the disposal of fusion center dweebs, will be ever more deployed.

    In big Ol' America, to think there is not already "brushfires of unrest" going down daily, with casualties on each side, is fatally naive. Military-LEO perimeters, will have supporting information and tech perimeters quickly erected to cover their ass as well. Don't be the heroic blogger or citizen journalist-gadfly going against the machine, because the killings have long since begun, in earnest. Stay Frosty.

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  6. Exactly the reason why property ownership and debt is a moot issue. Once the bank holiday goes into effect. All debts and loans on property are at the minimum in a holding pattern. If the economy recovers, then they become payable once more.
    Until that point, it will be the power of the gun which determines property ownership.
    However current occupation of said property is the crucial part. In order that you can stockpile preps. You must have a stable means assuring that no one can force your eviction.
    Other than that point, I'd not worry about the mortgage.
    Unless you're so foolish as to occupy property way beyond your means and cannot afford to prepare.

    This past year showed me what happens if a person stops paying the mortgage. My one neighbor, is very reclusive...and is known to disappear once in awhile. We hadn't seen her in like a year and a half. Even had the police do a welfare check, at that point. Of course they would not enter the premise either and said they could do no more than a walk around.
    Long story shortened...about six months later the bank which holds the mortgage sent someone out to evict and change the locks.
    They found her deceased mummified corpse within. Apparently she had passed away shortly after the last time I'd seen her.
    Just tells ya , that foreclosure is not a quick event. It's been over a year ago they discovered her. The bank has yet to do anything with the house. Even tho rentals and single family housing is in short supply here too.

    So when shtf comes. And everyone is defaulting. I seriously doubt they will be evicting all in default.
    Especially when the banks are shut down...

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    1. You bring up valid points. More money to be made racking up derivatives than fixing up properties. HOWEVER! I would think that on your Spicy dwelling you would really want to err on the side of caution. If applicable.

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    2. Don't think with the linked computers the banks won't have the capability, (even if through hasty fast legislation) the ability to key stroke enter a "stop gap your ass" procedure. They can sue-demand utilities to cut the power, water, cable, net, etc off to that address. Then they will use goon squad contractors to do a test probe to try and fold you up off the property dirty like. The local LEO just stands by drinking grape soda, as the new laws say so, property rights and all comrades. Don't be a Davidian and think you can outlast evictions or seiges well past the patience or financial considerations larger than your peon self. Stay frosty.

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    3. Only way my mortgage don't get paid is that social security stops. That goes directly to the same bank which automatically pays out the mortgage, taxes and insurance. We keep three months reserve in that same account and the check from SS is more than the total. This the buildup reserve, but never more than three months worth. The real cash reserves are held close to user friendly turf !

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    4. Right, that is just Bail In money. I hate giving the bankers an extra cent, but reserves of ALL kinds are important.

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    5. 12:25-one wonders what held them back last time, and what they learned for next time :(

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  7. re:
    bankers repossession of real estate

    1970s, 1980s, 1990s, we acquired houses all over north California.
    Some were late on payments prior to our ownership.
    All were late on payments by the time we took possession.

    Prior to us taking possession, we advertised for renters at a reduced rate for deposits and monthlies with the understanding the bankers could dump them out at any time.


    With our rents at about half of market, plenty of folks signed-up for our places.
    Our renters moved in, short-term, knowing we could probably take care of them with another cheap short-term place down the line.

    This was a win-win-win.
    * Our properties had caring occupants so they didn't become crack-houses.
    * Our places furnished us monthly income while negotiating with the bankers.
    * We developed good working relationships with the bankers, so they gave us dibs on fresh foreclosures... and we often rented the place to the former owners so they didn't have to move!
    * The former owners felt a tremendous sense of relief knowing they were no longer responsible for the mortgage... because the mortgage no longer existed.

    The quickest eviction during a foreclosure was two years.
    Twenty-four months.
    How much prep could our renters build with seven-hundred days of little-to-none rent?
    Nothing.
    Zip.
    Nada.
    Every single one of them lived in the moment, not a care == not a clue == for tomorrow.
    True fact.

    During that period, our longest possession after foreclosure was initiated:
    * Nearly five years.
    Why?
    Bankers are in the loan business.
    Bankers are not in the owning real estate business.
    I get the impression bankers think real estate is 'dirty', below their station, and hardly worthy of notice.

    Why five years?
    Since the mortgage wasn't paid by the signers of the mortgage, nobody was paying the property taxes.
    After five years, the bumblebrats stepped in to auction the place.
    At that point, the bankers would lose the amount of the loan.
    Finally, five years and many months after the last payment was received, the bankers took possession of the collateral.


    PS:
    We gave our renters a discount for paying rent in cash.

    In all those years, we evicted only one gal for not taking care of the place.
    'Char' (probably not her real name) was a scam welfare scam queen with several (the grand total tended to vary depending on the in-on-the-scam case-officer assigned to supervise her) scam OtherColor off-spring.
    'Char' instinctively avoided menial drudgery such as cooking and laundry, instead preferring to 'order in' from delivery joints.
    Laundry piled in the garage.
    To her credit, 'Char' had one good point:
    'Char' slithered as a despicable example to the bankers for what they had to deal with if they failed to do business our way.
    Horrorfied, they couldn't run away fast enough.

    Loans are so much tidier... and carry the familiar fragrance of copiers and offices instead of weeks of abandoned sewage-soaked diapers.

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    1. I can actually see the bankers point of view on this one. Dealing with people. Blech! Bless you if you like the bastards, more power to you. Me? I'm good on a more limited basis. Two minutes a day. Three if I really like you

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  8. News story advisory. Las Vegas review journal (online site, sorry I am analog brained can't fathom links?) towards bottom scroll down, fellow was dwelling in an abandoned mine shaft in the side of a hill by boulder city, nv.

    Jim! Dude! It was like a totally you kinda scenario. Scary right on the money.....

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    1. Sweet! Not where I'd want to be, low desert, but still, sweet.

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    2. https://www.reviewjournal.com/local/local-las-vegas/not-really-homeless-man-makes-boulder-city-mine-shaft-his-castle-1898927/

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    3. Here's your link
      https://www.reviewjournal.com/local/local-las-vegas/not-really-homeless-man-makes-boulder-city-mine-shaft-his-castle-1898927/
      Cool story,
      Romans 14:11

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    4. Anon 2:31,
      In order to copy a link, highlight the web address by left clicking on your mouse and dragging across to the end of the link. Then right click on your mouse and select "Copy". Go to the place you want to paste it and set your mouse cursor there. Right click again and select "Paste". Alternatively, you can use your keyboard after you've highlighted the link, Control c to copy and Control v to paste.
      Romans 14:11

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    5. Romans-downloading story now, thanks ( I'll go back in five minutes after the twenty pop-ups are done )

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    6. 2:58-sorry, I didn't see you there. Thank you also

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    7. The guy living in the mineshaft, seems alright in my book. Except being a meth head it sounds like he might be on the wagon. Of course they showed pics of, and described his exact location. So even if the gestapo don't run him out, now all the scumbags, can find and rob or hobo rape him.

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    8. They did a pretty good job of "doxxing" the guy, didn't they? His name, where to find him etc. He's better have that "plan B" teepee that's mentioned, very well hidden.

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    9. Yeah, but he obviously cooperated, didn't he? He'll wish he didn't have those 15 minutes

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    10. Demented Guy-what makes you think he wouldn't WANT to be hobo raped?

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  9. If anyone needs a 9mm hand gun, Academy has the Taurus G2 on sale for $189. I bought a Tauras pt 111 G2 millennium a while back, it came with 2 12 round mags. I have ran over a thousand rounds without a problem. I purchased the new g2 and it seems to be the same gun, with a few minor upgrades. So now I have 2 instead of 1.

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    1. I never minded Taurus. Good enough. The overseas guns held up to the intense cold at the B-POD, the American guns got some rust. Just saying.

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  10. Speaking of pit of doom guys...a two time jail escapee from Missoui was found lving in "makesbift hut" in Delaware according to Nov 21 WAPO. Imagine, hoofing 1/2 way across country and heavy population and setting up a BOL while evading cops.
    Hats off my brother

    Another dude found living in an underground shelter in Milwaukee public park! Chicago Sun Times Nov 22.
    This dude had couple firearms, stove, fuel etc.
    Cops think he "resided" there for perhaps several YEARS.

    Hey Jim..are all you relatives accounted for?

    You need to get this Milwaukee guy to wrte a guest article. Hell, you could serialize his life and take the Missus on vacation to sunny Florida for a month and not have to worry abot grinding out articles. What stories he probably has.

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    1. Good idea, but I refuse to leave the Great Basin. Don't leave the compound, Charlie is out there. As for relatives, any who stayed in GottDamnYankeeScumLand have been disowned. Sorry, I don't make the rules.

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    2. All hail the Glorious Bos Bonasus Rex of the Regal Coiffeur.

      I took the liberty of doing some quick research about this escapee's story.

      It looks like he was given a ride to Delaware by a friend or an acquaintance who has relatives living in Delaware. He has no direct connection to there, so that was a smart move.

      The town he was caught in is about 3.5 sq. miles, with a population of about 5,500; so about 1,500 bubus americanus per sq. mile. The town shares a border with Wilmington, the biggest city in the state; population 70,000.

      The pictures of his hideout show that from relatively far away, looking through the trees and bushes, it would not attract attention, since it was mostly or entirely built of natural materials collected near the shelter. However, if you get closer to it you can tell it is man-made. That was not so smart. With so many people living and moving about nearby, living there long enough increase the chance of an unpleasant meeting to 100%. Some body will come for an uninvited visit.

      Another unfortunate problem he has is being over 6'3". Tall people attract more attention than people of average or under average height.

      Exactly how he was tracked down, that likely won't be publicly known.

      If he was 狡兔三窟 he would have had more debris shelters built and rotated among them with no set pattern. If a shelter is found, maybe it would be thought of something built by local children to play evil colonists versus saintly bubus americanus var. primigenius. In his case and that location, it would still be ill-advised for he would be traveling so often between them and places outside of the woods. Some body could put a game trail camera on that place for a couple of weeks or a month and see who shows up. If there is a clear pattern and that body is a bubus americanus var. tyrannus, the goons will come for a visit.

      Another possibility is that it was originally built by local children, in which case it would be stupid to spend more than a night in. Such a shelter would be especially risky to spend time in from just before dawn to twilight.

      A big problem with building a hide in the woods of Delaware is the state is quite flat and the woods are broken up by plenty of roads. If you want to build a hide in the woods, its better to build it on a slope that is hard for some one to walk to and get a good view of it. Also the slope should be forested with dense ground cover. A thicket were you don't want to enter is best. Put the hide inside it. The more wooded hills and valleys around, the fewer people likely to come for a visit.

      What he should have done is beg, borrow, or work for money for a couple of weeks, while telling the friend or acquaintance his future destination in a month is City X. Then quietly leave town and go to City Y. Once there, get on welfare or get assistance from a church and use them for housing and living expenses, while trying to make money without doing things that attract the attention of the goons.

      The biggest mistakes were committing crimes that attract the attention of the goons. If he really wanted to get away with stealing, he should have first gone to San Fransicko or Houston.

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    3. Even with all those great suggestions, it still points out the basic issue of laziness. Bums won't hide far enough away. They want convenience like everyone else. Do what no one else will and no one will find you easily. Even the average cop is roid'ed up and not used to cardio, or fat from two decades of riding a cruiser. A little distance, a little effort.

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  11. You're on a roll Lord Bison. No punches pulled.
    First paragraph and you got in a mention of:

    “indefinite detention without charges”

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    "...because that would mean they had to stop buying ammunition and actually start to use it."

    Man o' man Jim, the text reading artificial intelligence software just sent a FLASH! priority message to Mordor on the Potomac about you (& us readers).
    Who will get moved up the drone strike list first?
    Keep'em coming, the articles that is. I'm afraid the counter battery exchange is about to bracket us.

    Damn, I didn't even get to build that ferrocement roof Demented Guy mentioned yesterday :)
    Might have to haul out to the Comancheria tonight. Lol.

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    1. The only thing we have going for us is that most intel/counter-intel personnel are Diversity Hires. Incompetence is the operative word. Our chances of surviving the Imperials goes up exponentially. As someone once said, be thankful you don't get the government you pay for. :)

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  12. You left out blacks being subjected to syphilis experimentation

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    1. PR's and sterilization, too. Pacific islanders and radiation.

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  13. "Yeah, but he obviously cooperated, didn't he? He'll wish he didn't have those 15 minutes"


    I skimmed through the article Jim. He was oddly cool about the fact that he could be evicted at any time. That’s why it’s really important, before hitting total rock bottom, to get that cheap and legal squat. That was the entire basis of the rancho costa nada book.

    Mr poor decision maker here. Not sure if I’ve ever even made a right one? But when I was laid off from my job in 2015, I still had a small savings. I immediately bought junk land with some of it. As it turns out, I haven’t needed it yet, since I am allowed to live in an RV on my parents farm for free. But you never know what could come up unexpectedly. That, and there will come a time, after my mother is gone (Father is already gone) that I will need to move on, so I will need a place to stay. I doubt that there will be any inheritance, and if there is, it won’t be much. Parents were terrible with money, and were very financially irresponsible. I too was in debt at one time, but I learned from it, and I’ll never let it happen again. Not that I could, since technically, I’m unemployable.

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    1. If I was smarter at age 20, I would have bit the bullet and paid the 3/4 of a years income ( from military pay, when I had zero living expenses ) for Ozark land. Since I paid ten times that amount in rent before I moved to Elko, I could have saved myself a lot of grief. Didn't necessarily want to live there, but it was some of the few pay-to-own land available at the time. You can be a dumb ass all your life and if the only thing you do is have paid for land you'll be ahead of everyone else.

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    2. Oh, your most majestic Bos bonasus Rex of the Regal Coiffeur,

      I wish I had blown a chance to have land in the Ozarks instead of going and living in 被上帝咒詛的支那。

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    3. Of course, I would also now be cursing all the idiots who moved there after me, filling up the place :)

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