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1 Mich-again  Jul 8, 2014 5:45:19pm

I’ve found them so far in 75009, 75110, and 75160. Check more later.

2 Mich-again  Jul 8, 2014 7:46:04pm

More zip codes with storage facilities.
75432, 75440, 75480, 75482, 75491, 75494, 75550, 75570, 75601,
75602, 75604, 75605, 75633, 75644, 75647, 75686, 75693, 75706,
75751, 75770..

3 SteveMcGazi  Jul 9, 2014 10:29:23am

Geez this is going to be like Iraq 2002.

4 1Peter G1  Jul 9, 2014 11:45:44am

That’s just awesome Mich-again! While you are locating poorly guarded dumps of ammonium nitrate fertilizer for nuts who want to make high explosives perhaps you could add some useful recipes. The nutjobs you are assisting might want to know the precise ratio of fuel oil to add to get that perfect Murrah building boom.

5 SteveMcGazi  Jul 9, 2014 12:51:34pm

re: #4 1Peter G1

That’s just awesome Mich-again! While you are locating poorly guarded dumps of ammonium nitrate fertilizer for nuts who want to make high explosives perhaps you could add some useful recipes. The nutjobs you are assisting might want to know the precise ratio of fuel oil to add to get that perfect Murrah building boom.

Wouldn’t it be easier for the “nutjobs” to just buy the ammonium nitrate?

6 Stanley Sea  Jul 9, 2014 12:53:41pm

re: #1 Mich-again

Haven’t seen you in ages. Hope all is well.

7 Backwoods_Sleuth  Jul 9, 2014 1:57:03pm

Parking this here since it’s related:

8 Mich-again  Jul 9, 2014 4:26:15pm

re: #4 1Peter G1

Bite me. That site is sanctioned by the State of Texas and it is publicly accessible. The threat isn’t from terrorists it’s from the people who own and operate the unsafe facilities and with the Texas politicians who refuse to enact a State fire code unlike other States. The disaster in West Texas was not an industrial accident nor an act of God. It was the predictable outcome of blatantly unsafe conditions and it will happen again unless Texas does something to change their system. You want to know what happens when freedom-loving Patriotic business owners handle mass quantities of dangerous chemicals without any government oversight??

9 Mich-again  Jul 9, 2014 4:29:55pm

re: #6 Stanley Sea

Hey-oh Stanley Sea, Long time.. Coming up on 10 years since Rathergate. What a long strange trip it’s been. I still lurk and chirp in here once in a while.. If you’re on Twitter, look me up @71LesPaul.

10 1Peter G1  Jul 10, 2014 7:40:04am

re: #5 SteveMcGazi

It’s a controlled substance precisely because it can be used to make explosives. You have to register and produce ID and have a valid reason to purchase it. As for Mich I believe he thinks he is performing some sort of public service. He isn’t. If you want to know if AN is stored in your community look around and see if you can detect something that looks like a farm. Or maybe even a golf course or two. If there is then it is virtually certain there is AN in your community. There has to be great big mountains of it available to farmers or neither you nor I not Mich gets to eat.

I have no doubt some find it offensive that farmers want to grow crops and they therefore require a fertilizer that also happens to be an excellent oxidizer but you’d think from Mich’s breathless post he was identifying FEMA Camps. Guess what? You can’t actually have a riskless society and I have little respect for people who think all risks should be borne by other communities and not theirs. Still if you want to get excited by something, check out the potential mobile fuel air explosivevehicles transiting your community. On the side of the truck it will genrally say propane.

11 Mich-again  Jul 10, 2014 10:00:22pm

re: #10 1Peter G1

You are special kind of stupid. The problem with AN facilities in Texas is that Texan politicians have decided their industry does not need government regulations in the form of a State fire code like 48 other States apply. If they had a fire code, the facility in West TX would have had fire protection equipment that would have extinguished the fire when it started before it spread and became a conflagration and then fatal explosion. As it turn out there were no sprinklers in that building at West TX and the AN was stored in a combustible wood container. The people of West TX are actually lucky that the school next door to the site was empty when the explosion happened in the afternoon or otherwise dozens of children may have been killed along with the 12 first responders and 3 other people who lived nearby.
So then fuck you for thinking I am doing a disservice to public safety by providing a link to an Official State of Texas website that will inform people who live in Texas if the non-descript building across the street from their kid’s school is an unregulated bomb factory where a work accident could happen any minute.

12 Jolo5309  Jul 11, 2014 8:21:40am

re: #4 1Peter G1

That’s just awesome Mich-again! While you are locating poorly guarded dumps of ammonium nitrate fertilizer for nuts who want to make high explosives perhaps you could add some useful recipes. The nutjobs you are assisting might want to know the precise ratio of fuel oil to add to get that perfect Murrah building boom.

Security through obscurity is a bad plan.


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