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1 Gus  Sat, Dec 22, 2012 10:54:00am
2 Gus  Sat, Dec 22, 2012 10:56:11am

re: #1 Gus

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From 1995.

3 dragonath  Sat, Dec 22, 2012 10:56:35am

Obviously, George Bush must hate guns!

4 PhillyPretzel  Sat, Dec 22, 2012 10:56:45am

re: #1 Gus

And that was over the "jackbooted thugs" remark. Yes I remember.

5 Gus  Sat, Dec 22, 2012 10:57:23am

re: #4 PhillyPretzel

And that was over the "jackbooted thugs" remark. Yes I remember.

Would like to see some high profile resignations right now.

6 dragonath  Sat, Dec 22, 2012 11:06:45am
7 Political Atheist  Sat, Dec 22, 2012 11:08:51am

After reading that Frum piece I found this at the Daily Beast. Just about a third of the way in so far...

The Best of Our Gun Debate: Readers Weigh In on Owning Firearms

8 Charles Johnson  Sat, Dec 22, 2012 11:18:21am
9 Gus  Sat, Dec 22, 2012 11:21:44am

re: #8 Charles Johnson

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This is pretty classic. Dana Loesch is using "big government" to go after Breitbart LLC. The biggest of them all since she went to federal court.

10 HappyWarrior  Sat, Dec 22, 2012 11:53:10am

re: #3 dragonath

Obviously, George Bush must hate guns!

Hates freedom too. But yeah this is a good letter. Oldie but a goodie.

11 Gus  Sat, Dec 22, 2012 11:55:18am

You're going to need a bunker for that AR-15.

12 Gus  Sat, Dec 22, 2012 11:58:03am
14 erik_t  Sat, Dec 22, 2012 11:59:55am

re: #11 Gus

You're going to need a bunker for that AR-15.

I won't lie, that looks fun as shit. But so does flying a F-15, and I don't own one of those either.

15 Gus  Sat, Dec 22, 2012 12:00:44pm
16 dragonath  Sat, Dec 22, 2012 12:01:19pm

re: #10 HappyWarrior

Yeah, I'd think a combat veteran like Bush knows what guns are all about.

Too bad it didn't rub off on his kids. Jeb signed the "Stand Your Ground" law and George... well, you know.

Still, it's nice to see the old man speaking for himself.

17 PhillyPretzel  Sat, Dec 22, 2012 12:01:49pm

re: #15 Gus

Personally for me that is a little too much ammo.

18 Gus  Sat, Dec 22, 2012 12:03:21pm

re: #17 PhillyPretzel

Personally for me that is a little too much ammo.

Atlas Survival Shelters -> Survival Camp Photos

ATLAS SURVIVAL SHELTERS is proposing to lease this 2600 acre exotic animal ranch, 2 hours south of San Antonio, Texas, for the sole purpose of training it's shelter customers on how to survive in their bunkers. The ranch has several amenities that makes it a family weekend including feeding animals, archery, shooting guns, trampolines, swimming in ponds, four-wheeling and exotic hunts.

19 Gus  Sat, Dec 22, 2012 12:04:11pm
20 HappyWarrior  Sat, Dec 22, 2012 12:05:29pm

re: #16 dragonath

Yeah, I'd think a combat veteran like Bush knows what guns are all about.

Too bad it didn't rub off on his kids. Jeb signed the "Stand Your Ground" law and George... well, you know.

Yeah I think combat vets tend to have more perspective on this sort of thing. My grandfather was one. Owned more than a few rifles for hunting but he never acted like it meant he was somehow a bigger man for owning them. He was a product of his upbringing- think the guys in the Deer Hunter but a Korean War generation.

21 Gus  Sat, Dec 22, 2012 12:05:51pm

Prepper central...

[Link: www.atlassurvivalshelters.com...]

22 HappyWarrior  Sat, Dec 22, 2012 12:06:54pm

So, I finally caught Doomsday Preppers last Saturday night on Nat Geo. Man, there's some crazy people out there.

23 Gus  Sat, Dec 22, 2012 12:08:02pm

Prepper water storage.

Image: DSC00813.JPG

24 dragonath  Sat, Dec 22, 2012 12:08:28pm

re: #21 Gus

Prepper central...

[Link: www.atlassurvivalshelters.com...]

I hope they don't forget the can opener...

25 erik_t  Sat, Dec 22, 2012 12:09:12pm

re: #23 Gus

Prepper water storage.

Image: DSC00813.JPG

Sign me up for Jo Jo's Jerky instead.

26 wilburs  Sat, Dec 22, 2012 12:09:48pm

Amuse yourselves with some Sandy Hook conspiracy theories

[Link: www.godlikeproductions.com...]

[Link: www.godlikeproductions.com...]

[Link: www.godlikeproductions.com...]

Its funny, until you realize that these are the people who horde military weapons

27 TedStriker  Sat, Dec 22, 2012 12:09:54pm

re: #18 Gus

Atlas Survival Shelters -> Survival Camp Photos

"Exotic" hunts = canned hunts

Bet I'm not wrong...

28 dragonath  Sat, Dec 22, 2012 12:11:07pm

Wait. This survival shelter guy is named Ron Hubbard...

29 PhillyPretzel  Sat, Dec 22, 2012 12:11:17pm

re: #19 Gus

My idea of gold is jewelry. Not investment in a commodity that goes up and down like a lightening fast yo-yo.

30 Gus  Sat, Dec 22, 2012 12:11:21pm

re: #27 TedStriker

"Exotic" hunts = canned hunts

Bet I'm not wrong...

On their ranch so yes.

31 TedStriker  Sat, Dec 22, 2012 12:12:14pm

re: #28 dragonath

Wait. This survival shelter guy is named Ron Hubbard...

That's rich!

32 Gus  Sat, Dec 22, 2012 12:13:09pm
33 erik_t  Sat, Dec 22, 2012 12:15:12pm

re: #32 Gus

Image: David-Sarti-Doomsday-Preppers.jpg

I'm usually above poking fun at someone's physical appearance, but the man's girth absolutely makes this photograph magical. I can't stop giggling.

Yes, I am fourteen.

34 Gus  Sat, Dec 22, 2012 12:15:50pm

re: #33 erik_t

I'm usually above poking fun at someone's physical appearance, but the man's girth absolutely makes this photograph magical. I can't stop giggling.

Yes, I am fourteen.

Image: 0.jpg

35 Gus  Sat, Dec 22, 2012 12:17:28pm
36 dragonath  Sat, Dec 22, 2012 12:18:00pm

re: #32 Gus

re: #34 Gus

"I ate a dog that was THIS big once"

37 TedStriker  Sat, Dec 22, 2012 12:18:09pm

re: #32 Gus

Image: David-Sarti-Doomsday-Preppers.jpg

He's ate up with Small Dick Syndrome...

38 freetoken  Sat, Dec 22, 2012 12:18:11pm

re: #29 PhillyPretzel

My idea of gold is jewelry.

Sort of out of fashion with Americans these days. Gold jewelry is still a popular choice in Asia, but if you go to many a jewelry boutique here in the US today you'll find quite a bit of silver (for the artsy, or slim wallet, crowd) or platinum group metal.

39 Gus  Sat, Dec 22, 2012 12:18:57pm

There's a boatload of crazy out there. Remember that when you're thinking about comparing the USA to Japan. :D

40 PhillyPretzel  Sat, Dec 22, 2012 12:19:23pm

re: #38 freetoken

Yes I know. :)

41 allegro  Sat, Dec 22, 2012 12:20:47pm

re: #18 Gus

Atlas Survival Shelters -> Survival Camp Photos

I notice quite a lot of space in the survival shelter is devoted to a computer desk and entertainment system with TV etc. and none to emergency food and water supplies that would last more than a day or two to serve the number of beds/people it is supposedly designed to house.

Under what circumstances is this bunker purporting to protect anyone from? An afternoon thunderstorm?

42 Gus  Sat, Dec 22, 2012 12:22:16pm

re: #41 allegro

I notice quite a lot of space in the survival shelter is devoted to a computer desk and entertainment system with TV etc. and none to emergency food and water supplies that would last more than a day or two to serve the number of beds/people it is supposedly designed to house.

Under what circumstances is this bunker purporting to protect anyone from? An afternoon thunderstorm?

The most rational thing there would be the compact tornado shelters. The rest is largely paranoia and posers. Just another whacked out hobby of sorts.

43 dragonath  Sat, Dec 22, 2012 12:22:26pm

Love how these guys are driving a Hummer too. When the world goes all Mad Max... you want the least fuel efficient car you can find!

44 TedStriker  Sat, Dec 22, 2012 12:23:10pm

re: #39 Gus

There's a boatload of crazy out there. Remember that when you're thinking about comparing the USA to Japan. :D

Ahh yes, Japan...the country that has taken weird fetishes and sex shit to a stratospheric new level.

Not that there's necessarily anything wrong with that...

;-)

45 Kragar  Sat, Dec 22, 2012 12:24:31pm

Made it back from the stores safe, in one piece and without blowing as much money as I thought the wife would spend.

46 Gus  Sat, Dec 22, 2012 12:24:43pm

re: #43 dragonath

Love how these guys are driving a Hummer too. When the world goes all Mad Max... you want the least fuel efficient car you can find!

Wouldn't work anyway after the Chinese fire there electromagnetic warheads at us.

//

47 freetoken  Sat, Dec 22, 2012 12:25:04pm

Socialism, 2000BC:

Ancient humans cared for sick and disabled

Some archaeologists are suggesting a closer, more systematic look at how prehistoric people - who may have left only their bones - treated illness, injury and incapacitation. Call it the archaeology of health care. The case that led Lorna Tilley and Marc Oxenham of Australian National University in Canberra to this idea is that of a profoundly ill young man who lived 4,000 years ago in what is now northern Vietnam and was buried, as were others in his culture, at a site known as Man Bac.

[...] Burial 9, as both the remains and the once living person are known, was laid to rest curled in the fetal position. When Tilley, a graduate student in archaeology, and Oxenham, a professor, excavated and examined the skeleton in 2007 it became clear why. His fused vertebrae, weak bones and other evidence suggested that he lies in death as he did in life, bent and crippled by disease.

They gathered that he became paralyzed from the waist down before adolescence, the result of a congenital disease known as Klippel-Feil syndrome. He had little, if any, use of his arms and could not have fed himself or kept himself clean. But he lived another 10 years or so. They concluded that the people around him who had no metal and lived by fishing, hunting and raising barely domesticated pigs, took the time and care to tend to his every need.

This case, and other similar, if less extreme examples of illness and disability, have prompted Tilley and Oxenham to ask what the dimensions of such a story are, what care for the sick and injured says about the culture that provided it. "The provision and receipt of health care may therefore reflect some of the most fundamental aspects of a culture," the two archaeologists wrote in The International Journal of Paleopathology. In the case of Burial 9, Tilley says, not only does his care indicate tolerance and cooperation in his culture but suggests that he himself had a sense of his own worth and a strong will to live. Without that, she says, he could not have stayed alive. Among archaeological finds, she said, she knows "about 30 cases in which the disease or pathology was so severe, they must have had care in order to survive."

48 Targetpractice  Sat, Dec 22, 2012 12:25:54pm

re: #45 Kragar

Made it back from the stores safe, in one piece and without blowing as much money as I thought the wife would spend.

Did you have to "stand your ground"?

//

49 Charles Johnson  Sat, Dec 22, 2012 12:25:59pm

re: #47 freetoken

Commie cavemen!

50 Kragar  Sat, Dec 22, 2012 12:26:56pm

re: #44 TedStriker

Ahh yes, Japan...the country that has taken weird fetishes and sex shit to a stratospheric new level.

Not that there's necessarily anything wrong with that...

;-)

5 Things Nobody Tells You About Living in Japan

51 Gus  Sat, Dec 22, 2012 12:26:57pm

Preppers. I take that this is more of survivalism for soccer moms and dads. Calling yourself a survivalist is like being wanted by the FBI. Preppers has a nicer feel to it. //

52 erik_t  Sat, Dec 22, 2012 12:29:06pm

re: #51 Gus

Preppers. I take that this is more of survivalism for soccer moms and dads. Calling yourself a survivalist is like being wanted by the FBI. Preppers has a nicer feel to it. //

As seems to happen with alarming frequency, a word I assumed was totally innocuous has been co-opted by a crazed semi-fringe of the right wing and now is a strict means of self-identification for utter fucking loons.

53 dragonath  Sat, Dec 22, 2012 12:29:35pm

Hey Gus, check this out!

Image: show26.JPG

Mark Potok, spokesman for the Southern Poverty Law Center, writes that Cooper was well known within the militia movement for his book, Behold a Pale Horse and his anti-government shortwave radio program that reportedly included Oklahoma City bomber Timothy J. McVeigh as a fan.[1]

Cooper linked the Illuminati with his beliefs that extraterrestrials were secretly involved with the US government, but later rejected these claims. According to Cooper, Dwight D. Eisenhower negotiated a treaty with extraterrestrials in 1954 and established an inner circle of Illuminati to manage relations with the aliens and keep their presence a secret from the general public.

Yes!

54 Kragar  Sat, Dec 22, 2012 12:30:05pm

re: #48 Targetpractice

Did you have to "stand your ground"?

//

Several times.

"We're not buying them that."

55 Targetpractice  Sat, Dec 22, 2012 12:30:40pm

Asked my old man how he'd think it'd work out for the four of us, namely me, my sister, and my folks in a space about the size of a large mobile home, stuck there without the ability to leave, for the Civil Defense's recommended two weeks after a nuclear war.

His response? "Somebody would be dead by the second week."

56 PhillyPretzel  Sat, Dec 22, 2012 12:31:25pm

re: #55 Targetpractice

My family someone would be dead by the end of day one.

57 Gus  Sat, Dec 22, 2012 12:33:00pm

re: #53 dragonath

Hey Gus, check this out!

Image: show26.JPG

Yes!

Thanks. That image caught my eye and I was going to look that up.

Milton William Cooper - Death

On November 5, 2001 Cooper was fatally shot by a law enforcement officer at his Eagar, Arizona home after confronting deputies trying to arrest him and shooting one of them in the head. Authorities said Cooper was carrying a handgun and fled when Apache County deputies identified themselves and tried to arrest Cooper on charges of aggravated assault with a deadly weapon and endangerment stemming from earlier disputes with local residents. Federal authorities reported that Cooper spent years trying to avoid capture on a 1998 arrest warrant for tax evasion and according to a spokesman for the U.S. Marshals Service, Cooper vowed "he would not be taken alive".

58 Kragar  Sat, Dec 22, 2012 12:34:27pm

re: #55 Targetpractice

Asked my old man how he'd think it'd work out for the four of us, namely me, my sister, and my folks in a space about the size of a large mobile home, stuck there without the ability to leave, for the Civil Defense's recommended two weeks after a nuclear war.

His response? "Somebody would be dead by the second week."

Pff, in the event of a nuclear war, I'd be blasted out of existence.

59 Targetpractice  Sat, Dec 22, 2012 12:35:33pm

re: #58 Kragar

Pff, in the event of a nuclear war, I'd be blasted out of existence.

Same here, I live 15 minutes away from the East Coast's master jet base. I wouldn't even have time to kiss my ass goodbye.

60 Holidays are Family Fun Time  Sat, Dec 22, 2012 12:36:46pm

DID you know you can recycle your dog and cat poop? It's Easy! No need to throw it away. Put it to good use and mail it to:

Westboro Baptist Church
c/o Fred Waldron Phelps Sr.

(retracted for per LGF rules)
Topeka, KS 66604

!!!!PLEASE REPOST!!!!!

61 PhillyPretzel  Sat, Dec 22, 2012 12:37:47pm

re: #60 Holidays are Family Fun Time

rofl. That is almost as good as mailing someone your kids dirty diapers.

62 Kragar  Sat, Dec 22, 2012 12:38:21pm

re: #59 Targetpractice

Same here, I live 15 minutes away from the East Coast's master jet base. I wouldn't even have time to kiss my ass goodbye.

San Diego. Definite first strike target.

63 Gus  Sat, Dec 22, 2012 12:38:54pm

Whew. Depressing.

64 PhillyPretzel  Sat, Dec 22, 2012 12:39:14pm

re: #63 Gus

What?

65 Gus  Sat, Dec 22, 2012 12:39:29pm

re: #63 Gus

Whew. Depressing.

That Cooper guy.

66 Targetpractice  Sat, Dec 22, 2012 12:42:19pm

re: #62 Kragar

San Diego. Definite first strike target.

What, no vaults with open spots?

67 Holidays are Family Fun Time  Sat, Dec 22, 2012 12:42:22pm

I also heard this on my new audio-addiction: C-SPAN radio iPhone app

"Love without Marriage is not immoral,
IT is Marriage without Love that is immoral."

I missed the name of the event, some youth parliment type thing in England.

68 dragonath  Sat, Dec 22, 2012 12:46:41pm

I bring y'all

Charlie Daniels's Soapbox!!

Actually, the ACLU does not wage a war on religion, it wages a war on Christianity. It never bothers with any other faith. How about the Islamic footbaths installed in public places, isn't that a display of religion in a public place?

The truth be known, somebody could put a one hundred foot tall statue of Buddha on the lawn at Capitol Hill and the ACLU probably wouldn't say a word.

But actually these people are to be pitied, because atheism has a shelf life; it only lasts until the final breath and someday there will be a higher court, (you could call it the Supreme Being Court) where the atheists can plead their case, where the judgments are eternal and there is no appeal.

...

Only one other sport honors God with a prayer before each event begins. Guess who?

NASCAR of course.

69 Holidays are Family Fun Time  Sat, Dec 22, 2012 12:47:01pm

The hard core paranoid types shut their brains down with any mention of Socialisim/Collectivism. I'm putting Karl Marx in my audible cue.

I"m so tired of being manipulated by the past. I like the read the source documents and I have a feeling the paranoia is fueled more by past political rhetoric (that may have made a lot of sense at the time) that has grown legs and had mutant offspring.

It seems people are confusing an economic system with a social philosophy.

I could be wrong.

70 Holidays are Family Fun Time  Sat, Dec 22, 2012 12:48:19pm

re: #54 Kragar

Several times.

"We're not buying them that."

It seems to work opposite in my house. I say no, no, no, "we can do it cheaper" or "they won't want that". Yet, I am still the one that spends the most money.

How does that work?

71 Gus  Sat, Dec 22, 2012 12:48:48pm

re: #68 dragonath

I bring y'all

Charlie Daniels's Soapbox!!

Derp.

72 Holidays are Family Fun Time  Sat, Dec 22, 2012 12:51:01pm

gotta go

Have a great day all!

73 freetoken  Sat, Dec 22, 2012 12:51:05pm

This is America:


Bill Would Allow Academic Study of Bible in Public Schools

[...]

Altes' bill would allow districts to adopt their own Bible-based curriculum for a non-religious, academic study of The Good Book. The course would also be elective, and held by the state board of education to the same standard as other approved courses.

Dale Almond, a River Market merchant, says other religions should be given the same opportunity.

[...]

The only problem is... the bill does not give the same opportunity to other religions and religious writings.

Here's the text of the bill. (And here is last year's version that was not enacted.)

The text, while throwing in all the clearly required (as illuminated by numerous court cases over the decades) caveats regarding no religious qualifications, etc., still clearly says only "Bible".

And the reason is obvious, as the legislator in question has a particular worldview that sorts out the others.

Oh, and this ought not to surprise anyone, this legislator, D. Altes, also introduced the following bill last year:


THE DEFENSIVE CARRY RESTORATION ACT REGARDING THE DEFENSIVE CARRY OF FIREARMS.

He also seems to want to have a state Naturopathy board as part of the State medical hierarchy: AN ACT TO LICENSE NATUROPATHIC PRACTITIONERS.

This is America.

74 freetoken  Sat, Dec 22, 2012 12:54:02pm

God, Guns, and Magick Water - that's the American Way.

75 Kragar  Sat, Dec 22, 2012 12:54:46pm

re: #73 freetoken

Would the Cthulhu bible count?

76 TedStriker  Sat, Dec 22, 2012 12:56:22pm

re: #53 dragonath

re: #68 dragonath

re: #71 Gus

Oh, Charlie...you disappoint me.

Image: multiple-facepalm.gif

77 freetoken  Sat, Dec 22, 2012 12:57:31pm

re: #75 Kragar

Would the Cthulhu bible count?

Depends - Did Cthulhu give you an inalienable right to pack heat?

78 Targetpractice  Sat, Dec 22, 2012 12:57:37pm

re: #75 Kragar

Would the Cthulhu bible count?

Every school should have their very own copy of the Necronomicon.

//

79 Kragar  Sat, Dec 22, 2012 12:58:29pm

re: #77 freetoken

Depends - Did Cthulhu give you an inalienable right to pack heat?

Cthulhu gave every human the right to be delicious.

80 dragonath  Sat, Dec 22, 2012 12:59:36pm

re: #74 freetoken

God, Guns, and Magick Water - that's the American Way.

Our water is so magical, it catches on fire!

81 Gus  Sat, Dec 22, 2012 12:59:54pm
82 Targetpractice  Sat, Dec 22, 2012 1:00:23pm

re: #81 Gus

[Embedded content]

Derpception.

83 Targetpractice  Sat, Dec 22, 2012 1:03:11pm

re: #79 Kragar

Cthulhu gave every human the right to be delicious.

Is that why he likes Japanese schoolgirls?

//

84 HappyWarrior  Sat, Dec 22, 2012 1:10:30pm

re: #81 Gus

[Embedded content]

Hehe.

85 TedStriker  Sat, Dec 22, 2012 1:30:38pm

re: #81 Gus

[Embedded content]

Oh, irony, you are rich and delicious!

86 Dark_Falcon  Sat, Dec 22, 2012 1:55:22pm

re: #15 Gus

Image: Camp%20Photo%20-%2053.jpg

Those are RPD light machine guns or semi-auto copies, the ones at either end being replicas, though the middle one might be original. They do not feed from a box magazine, instead feeding from a 100-round belt that is carried in a container below the receiver.


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