User Profile: ShiprockBilagaana

ShiprockBilagaana

Member Since: June 16, 2012

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  • [2] July 31, 2014 at 10:19pm

    I sure hope his heart is in the right place. Much easier for the post-revolution firing squad to hit that way

  • [2] July 29, 2014 at 10:23am

    One more REALLY important thing:

    There are some people, maybe a lot of them, whose survival plan is comprised of taking other people’s stuff by force. The best way for you to keep them from taking yours is to KEEP YOUR MOUTH SHUT ABOUT YOUR SURVIVAL SUPPLIES!

  • [4] July 29, 2014 at 10:13am

    your group.

    7. Learn yourself a marketable skill – do you know how to set and file a handsaw? Do you know what a thread file is for? Can you rig a snare? learn something that a small, non-technological society will need.

    8. Don’t plan on hunting small game with a .22 rifle. Learn to use a sling-shot, bow or crossbow. Each of these has reusable projectiles, plus, they are quiet.

    9. Get a few books on plain living. The Foxfire series is a good place to start.

    10. Learn an easily practicible martial art. You do not need to take a Black Belt in Tae Kwon Do. Just learn enough to defend yourself from immediate attack, so you can get away from the fight.

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  • [4] July 29, 2014 at 10:03am

    OK everyone, listen up, because I have not seen this laid out as succinctly anywhere else on this board:

    1. DO NOT BUY GOLD in large quantities for day-to-day purchases. Gold is for moving your WEALTH (long-term savings) from one side of the gap to the other.

    2. Buy storable food that you can eat right now, so you can keep rotating your supply. DO NOT buy it all at once. Get your regular weekly groceries and add a few pounds of beans and some canned meat to your cart. Store them in a place AWAY from your regular food.

    3. Get a couple of 5 gallon water jugs per person, or a large 42 gallon barrel, and keep them filled with filtered water. Rotate it on a monthly basis.

    4. DO NOT BUY LARGE QUANTITIES OF AMMUNITION! If you need more than what is in your gun and a couple of reloads, you are probably already dead. You are not planning on fighting a war, just enough of a skirmish to get your family away. Always buy ammo away from home, and never give your name, phone #, etc. Store it in a place where the PTB won’t find it when they come calling (and they will).

    5. Slowly build up a 20-30 gallon reserve of fuel. Buy an extra 5 gallons when you fill up your car, and put stabilizer in it. Rotate it as you can.

    6. Keep a bug-out or GOOD (Get Out Of Dodge) bag in your car. It should have a 72 hour supply of 20 shelf-life food, water, First Aid supplies, a means of heating/cooking, flashlight/candles, and a 36 mile radius walkie to contact other members of y

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  • [12] May 29, 2014 at 10:44am

    My kids thought I was crazy. I told them years back, when they were young teens, that I didn’t have a cell phone because it was none of NSA or CIA’s business where I went and what I did.
    Remember the film “Enemy of the State”? I told people then, “If the Government is allowing this to be shown, it only means they have much greater capabilities than you see in this movie.”

  • [-1] May 27, 2014 at 7:26pm

    This story, and the attendant comments, remind me of a story I once heard:

    A local Sherriff arrived at the school board meeting and was interviewed by the local newspaper reporter just as a spur-of-the-moment thing. She said, “I notice uou’re wearing your .45 Colt tonight, Sherriff. Are you expecting trouble at the meeting?” He replied, “No. If I were expecting trouble I’d be carrying my shotgun.”

    These guys are walking around openly carrying long arms with the intent of someone taking offense or showing some caution. That is the entire purpose of their actions. If there were to be an actual need for one of them to use his firearm to defend himself, his family or some innocent bystander, he’d probably pee his pants and run in circles.

    I am always packing — quietly, discretely, and unobtrusively. I even go into “gun free” businesses and no one is the wiser. The only time I would reveal my firearm would be to use it, and the only time I will use it is when someone needs to die. I do this not to flaut the rules, but because I believe in the immortal words of the author, John Norman: “Where one may not be armed, there it is wise to be armed.”

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  • May 21, 2014 at 10:46am

    “Because the welfare system is so bizarre, you can’t work, they don’t allow you to work because they take the money from you.” — Whoopi Goldberg

    Isn’t it ironic that Whoopi is complaining about them taking away her money when she was on the dole, but she doesn’t acknowledge that “they” take the money “they” give to those on welfare from US all the time.

    Another thing I find really funny is that Whoopi is one of the first in line to denounce Republicans when they suggest reforming welfare to include work requirements that DO NOT take away the money earned but allow welfare recipients to begin paying for more of their own way. We have rewarded three successive generations not to get married, not to take responsibility for their own lives and actions, and not to work for what they have. Why is it so surprizing that we now have people who will not work, will not marry, and will not take responsibility?

  • [2] May 13, 2014 at 12:07pm

    Of course they will send their lawyer-thug. Everyone knows it is cheaper to sue than it is to JUST FIX THE DAMN POTHOLES!

  • [1] May 9, 2014 at 12:18pm

    You know what the real problem is? It is the fact that there are just too many people and too few old-time “serve and protect” police officers. When the population gets so big that you don’t know your neighbors, you don’t know your local cops, you don’t know your postman the world just starts going to hell. I was raised in Las Vegas, back when the whole valley only had about 40,000 people. One day my brother got lost taking the dog for a walk (I think he was about 4 or 5 at the time). He was dragging the dog and crying when a police officer saw him and pulled over. “What’s your name , son?” the cop asked. My brother told him. “Are you Betty B______’s boy?” he asked. “That’s my grandma,” brother replied. “Come on, I’ll take you home,” the cop told him. And he did.

    That was possible because people knew each other, cops were there to keep the world on a smooth course, not to break heads, and, at least in Vegas, you mistreated anyone at your peril. A quiet word to the Sherrif from one of the “gentlemen” at the casinos, and a rogue cop would just disappear. Don’t tell me it’s an urban legend, because I know it to be true.

  • May 6, 2014 at 8:48pm

    What is worst of all is that so many “Mexicans” might get upset about this. Most Mexican people don’t even celebrate Cinco de Mayo. It commemorates a minor battle in a tiny town against a bunch of French wussies. The “holiday” was mostly created by casinos and resorts as a way to liven up the floor between NCAA finals in March and the serious action of the NBA finals in mid to late May. The triple Crown is no longer the draw it used to be, the NHL is slowly skating to obscurity and MLB and WNBA haven’t relly gotten started yet.

  • [1] May 6, 2014 at 8:40pm

    And when too many people, mostly parolees and the elderly, lose their smart cards, we’ll have the “option” of having a biometric chip implanted to instantly identify us.
    Rev 13:16-18
    16 And he causeth all, both small and great, rich and poor, free and bond, to receive a mark in their right hand, or in their foreheads:

    17 And that no man might buy or sell, save he that had the mark, or the name of the beast, or the number of his name.

    18 Here is wisdom. Let him that hath understanding count the number of the beast: for it is the number of a man; and his number is Six hundred threescore and six.

    Of course, this is all just superstitious nonsense. There is no God, prophecy never comes true, and Christians are all just a bunch of nitwits.

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  • [2] May 5, 2014 at 10:02pm

    You and I both, Silver. When I was in Elementary School, my dad gave us $5 a week as allowance. We could either take our luch to school (there was always lunch meat,etc. at the house) or we could buy lunch at school. After the first school meal, I packed my own lunch. Zingers (the raspberry ones) were my favorite for dessert.

  • [7] May 5, 2014 at 9:47pm

    I know for a FACT that it is not a hoax. When I was a teenager, I worked at a movie theatre in Las Vegas. We had two full-time union projectionists. One of them, George, drove a truck in Patton’s Third Army during WWII. He had photographs of himself, easily recognizable even from 30 years earlier, helping some of those poor bastards into trucks to evacuate them. He told me that nearly everyone in Third Army, not just from 4th Armored Division, was ordered to go and look at the Buchenwald camp by General Patton expressly to keep anyone from saying it was a hoax.

    On a more personal note, anyone who denies the Holocaust is to f#*&ing stupid to be an educator.

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  • May 3, 2014 at 1:55pm

    So what?
    I’m a Christian. I started my personal relationship with Jesus Christ when I was 9 or 10 years old, and I’m now in my 50′s. I have learned that it is not my place to judge others, that’s God’s job. We have made marriage into a contractual agreement in this country rather than a sacrament. Since it is such an agreement, it should be available to all citizens. I am not saying that it should be condoned by the Church, but that is between individual churches and God.

    When Christians stop getting divorced at the same or higher rates than the rest of the population, then tell me how holy it is. Until then, let’s each just mind our own business.

  • May 3, 2014 at 1:34pm

    Oh, and one other thing, not married to a child-screwing philanderer.

  • May 3, 2014 at 1:32pm

    Who cares about the stupid graduates of Rutgers? (apology to the parents, I know you care)

    What I want to know is, Condi, please, Please, PLEASE will you re-consider and enter the race for President in 2016?

    If we are destined to elect a woman President, can we please have one who is smart rather than cunning, classy rather than crass, beautiful rather than grotesque and accomplished rather than complicit.

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  • May 3, 2014 at 1:18pm

    This is due to Federal mandates. All standardized tests are reported by group and sub-group to show how well the “approved curriculum” is serving each sector of the society. It is assumed that if black boys do poorly on an exam, but black girls do well, that the bias is due to gender rather than race. If boys do well, but girls do poorly, it is assumed that the test or individual item is gender biased. If blacks perform poorly, while asians and Pacific islanders do well, the item or test is racist. Et cetera, et cetera, et cetera. Never seems to occur to them that all this really shows is societal forces at work rather than intentional bias on the part of the test-makers or school teachers. Black boys are mostly encouraged to persue sports as a career, therefore they spend their free time practicing sports. Black girls are encouraged to go into service or secretarial careers, and they spend their time doing things like that. Asians, of whatever gender, tend to be encouraged to excel at academics, therefore they study their subjects with vigor. So what? Whatever the prevailing environment is for the particular child is the likely result you are going to see. This has been true for years. Doesn’t take a PhD to figure out that racial and sexual stereotypes appear in direct relation to the extent to which they are accepted as “normal”.

  • [1] May 2, 2014 at 7:29pm

    What difference does it make?

    It makes a difference to the Families of the dead, that their loved ones deaths were seen as a political slap shot, rather than as the heroes they were.
    It makes a difference to the People, that their elected servants would lie so cravenly to make election year points when American blood was still soaking into foreign soil.
    It makes a difference to the Voters, that one of those so closely involved now wants to move into the Oval Office.
    It makes a difference to Hillary Clinton, that she shows here what she is willing to do to gain and maintain temporal power.
    It makes a difference to the Children, who are even now being conditioned to accept from their elected leaders attitudes and actions they should not accept from their garbage collectors.
    It makes a difference to the World, that they see the American people systematically turned into the weak-willed, weak-minded, weak-moraled, entitlement-seeking drones the progressives want to develop in order to unite and uphold their position.
    It makes a difference to me, that I still hold to the purpose and the promise of this Great Nation to which I will still pledge my Life, my Fortune and my Sacred Honor.

    That, Mr. Beckel, is what difference it makes.

  • May 2, 2014 at 7:18pm

    Just checking to see if this works now.

  • [1] April 29, 2014 at 4:24pm

    Hey, Monk. Since a “rill” is a small stream, wouldn’t a “ril” be a 25% smaller stream?

    You know, like the one they use to refill Corona bottles for resale?

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