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    Yesterday, 02:05 PM
    He "cheats" a little, but his smithing is still very good.
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    09-16-2017, 05:01 AM
    PS and hint: Don't take me too seriously.
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    09-16-2017, 04:57 AM
    I will leave that to your speculation. However, what does it matter?
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    09-15-2017, 02:15 PM
    I am not important, meaning I am unlikely to be anyone's target. But you never know... I actually might be wearing a vest. :)
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    09-15-2017, 02:09 PM
    Spending the remainder of my life in prison is not in my plans.
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    09-15-2017, 10:21 AM
    That's a no-brainer. Of course it is being hyped, but... I would not be too quick to make such a claim. I worked on things you simply would not believe. Think "Turing test".
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    09-15-2017, 10:18 AM
    I suspect you fear correctly.
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    09-15-2017, 10:15 AM
    Ha ha ha ha... people think this is news. If you only know where I spent my work days back in 2001... you'd shit in your pants.
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    09-15-2017, 10:08 AM
    Meh... turn pointed solids on the CNC and load. I'd bet money I don't have that III-A vests won't stop that. :)
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    09-15-2017, 10:07 AM
    III-A is for girly-men. My vests are all IIIs with heavy trauma plates. Heavy, yes. What's your life worth?
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    09-15-2017, 08:51 AM
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    09-15-2017, 08:47 AM
    Norwegian, Hungarian, Russian, German, and English. I use none of them anymore... especially English.
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    09-12-2017, 08:20 AM
    I'll just drop this little gem here for y'all. Not perfect, but mostly worth the watch.
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    09-08-2017, 08:03 AM
    Note how what we have both written in terms of Theire mental posture reeks of the definition of "sociopath", if one subscribes to such notions. Worth bearing in mind at any rate. Theye could give a tinker's damn about your life, or mine. We are as nothing to Themme and they have almost all the effective power. That math is pretty grim. I understand your point, and I suppose after a fashion it is valid. However, let us keep in mind that had humans broadly maintained the mindset of the Freeman v. adopting (likely piecemeal) that of the Weakman, little or even none of what we today must endure would have been made real. Had people remained a Freemen, what possibility would there have been for the rise of Empire? Little to none. IMO, Empire is NOT the only path to "higher" civilization. Who cares if under free conditions we never built great cities? Why does nearly everyone assume that such things are absolutely necessary to the happy existence of men? After all, look at the nearly limitless abundance we enjoy here in America and the rest of the "western" world. Now consider how vastly miserable so many of us are. Children with every toy imaginable sit about, disaffected and depressed, thinking their very lives suck. THAT is what Empire has brought us through the agency of the Weakman's world view. We have come to accept the bait Theye laid out for us long ago: that material things will make us happy and that if we do not have them, our lives are not worth living. Madness. And it is PRECISELY this creeping lapse into the mind of the Weakman that I say that ANY violation of one man by another should be met with homicide. So many people have called this outrageous and unhinged, but I assure you that it is the ONLY way to avoid inevitable slavery, whether of the many by the few, or through the tyranny of the masses - of the Meaner. If the least WILLFUL (v. accidental, which is a very important distinction) violation by one man of another were met with a severe beating, how many men do we believe would be so eager to disparage the rights of another in the ways we now see a million times a minute, today? In the Freeman's world, how many of the antifa squeams do we think would be out there, putting uninvited hands upon the bodies of those with whom they disagree? Fewer than zero? I agree. This is how savvy tyranny operates: Theye come in and thinly slice away the rights of men over the course of generations until they hold so much effective power that they are then able to act with no consideration whatsoever for the rightful claims of others. This is so blatantly obvious in the historical record that anyone claiming otherwise is either bottomlessly failing in intellect, a coward unwilling to see what stand before him waggling its tongue, or is selling something no sane man wishes to purchase.
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    09-07-2017, 12:44 AM
    It behooves us to bear in mind the very plausible possibility that the conditions that now prevail RE: NK have been synthesized by those whose names we do not know, but can confidently associate with "globalists", or at the very least the military industrial complex (MIC). Given this, the threat posed by NK is no less real and Trump is no less faced with having to make the decision of whether to wait for that little fat bastard to lob a hydrogen bomb at us, or nip his ass in the bud. My little brother is in Naval Intelligence and while he says basically nothing of what he knows, which I know is a lot, he HAS let slip that Un is unhinged. If he says it, you may take it to the bank with confidence that it is so. It is, therefore, not really fair to say Trump is "bumbling". At best, the MIC has set the conditions such that Trump would be faced with having to make this decision, to Theire clear benefit. Think of the corner in which Trump, and by extension America, has been painted. If we wait, perhaps we are nuked. Who loses? America and Trump. If we strike preemptively, who loses? Trump and America. Do the arithmetic. Even if the circumstance is "organic", the same issue exists. Now, for those who say we should sit back and wait, let me ask how happy will you be in the event a US city is obliterated?
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    09-05-2017, 10:14 PM
    Hooboy... Time to bury the guns, save one or two which are to be hidden in other ways. Then tell the guardsmen to fuck off when they come knocking. It would appear the governor is ripe for a good, sturdy, and vicious beating.
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    09-01-2017, 07:58 PM
    Anti-price gouging statutes in TX... why does this not surprise me? One again Dr. Paul provides a voice of well-informed reason, which is why he is so broadly ignored, despised, mocked, and even hated by the statist drones who claim to want freedom, but who apparently have no idea what "freedom" actually means.
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    08-30-2017, 12:29 AM
    It was a hideous looking child. Now a hideous looking adult. My retinas are bleeding.
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    08-27-2017, 06:13 AM
    Good luck with that. The one thing for which credit must be given to the snowflake generation is this: they are getting out there in pursuit of what they believe to be right. The wholesale fallacy of that for which they stand cannot erase credit due. Good luck with that. Had we engaged in such action 50 years ago, hell, even 20 or maybe even 10, we may have stood a chance of succeeding. Now, I just do not see it. Either we have crossed a barely sensible threshold, or are about to at any moment. Once that boundary is violated, we no longer have the option cited, the choice having become binary: fight or cave. It is possible we're not there yet, but I would be surprised to find it was so. And even if we are still on the other side of it, I'm not seeing the sorts of talk that will put our circumstance in better footings. Quite the opposite, in fact. Sure, the "white majority", who are now openly vilified with the most outrageous lies imaginable, are beginning to push back. In the last three months, for example, I have seen presumably white people calling black ones "******" (<-- there goes that childish filtering crap again!) more openly and unapologetically than I have in the past 20 years. It is remarkable. This is the sort of talk that drives us further toward the precipice from which nobody wants to fall. And yet, here "we" go, pedal to the metal as we speed headlong for a result some of us think we want. What few seem to realize is that the affairs for which so many seem now to pine (open warfare and other very serious physical conflict), is that the non-linearity of such engagements guarantees nobody the win. Besides, what does winning even mean here? The "right" would have a better sense of it than the "left", I admit; but would it be satisfying once achieved? I don't know. The "left", of course, in its typical way has no clue. Consider BLM and their calls for the extermination of the white race. Even if they could affect that result, which is just this side of laughable, they seem to labor under the ill-considered impressions of what the aftermath would be like. Let us now speak plainly in dispense of all PC nonsense: most black people in America would die in a few short months absent the infrastructure upon which their knowledge-bereft lives depend. Who among them would know how to maintain the roads? Who would build and run the CNC machinery that produce the goods to which they feel entitled? Whence their food? Medicine and medical care? The list is long, their knowledge very short. Shorter still, their motivation to avoid devolution into their African roots of rape and pillage, rather than to become knowledgeable in the various professions, arts, and crafts that have kept men alive for millennia. The post-white BLM world would be a nightmare that IMO would as likely lead to their own extinction as to any more positive (in their eyes) result.
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    08-27-2017, 04:59 AM
    How utterly predictable.
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    08-25-2017, 09:55 AM
    Just go? Are you serious? Never happen, short of an apocalypse.
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    08-24-2017, 11:25 PM
    I am now numb and thereby immune to the effects of reporting such stoogery. Just thought everyone should know that.
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    08-24-2017, 05:22 AM
    Legalize = FAIL. Decriminalize = SUCCEED. Must cleanse mental habit of govthink. Govthink = bad. Don't govthink.
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    08-21-2017, 10:57 AM
    Pretty much where my thoughts have been hovering... unfortunately. It now seems it will be either mass-insurrection or out-and-out civil war. I really don't have that much problem with it, given the current circumstance. My only real concern lies with Themme. What have Theye in store for us if and when the shooting starts? I can barely imagine that Theye would not be well prepped for this, given the likelihood that it is they who have driven things to this sad pass in the first place. Consider how TPTB here in America have seemingly changed their positions on things like rioting. When I lived in Portland, every Wed. evening there was a filthy-hippie protest. All you bunnies&light crowd were there, telling the world how awful everything was and how virtuous they were because they were there carrying on. And every Wed. the Portland mounted police were out in force, and they meant business. One of those unwashed, smelly bastards got so much as half a hair out of line and those cops would be on them link stink on rice... or is it white on shit? Didn't happen often, but every now and again someone would go too far and the cops would be on the evening news, having beaten the snot out of someone just prior to hauling off to the hoosegow. Fast-forward 13 years and the same filthy hippies attempt to burn Portland to the ground and the cops just stand there, their thumbs deeply wedged in their bootholes, inert to the destruction occurring around them. Obviously, something fundamental has changed - but what, by whom, and to what end? My real fear, and I fear very few things in this way, is that Theye have pushed us to this edge which, once we spill into the abyss of civil war, will see something quite unexpected and very horrible drawn from their sleeves. Perhaps some weapon tech Theye have managed to keep well hidden from public awareness. Perhaps it will be hundreds of thousands of well-trained and well-armed troops from foreign armies, more than happy to come here to kill the uppity Americans and perhaps even equipped with orders to "kill them all, God will know His own". I put no outrage past Themme.
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    08-21-2017, 09:12 AM
    H. Verlan Andersen was here: When the people commence to look to the federal government for their support, and if they don’t receive what they feel they are entitled to, they will strike against the power which is withholding that to which they consider themselves entitled. Just as in times past, men have struck against the companies who gave them jobs and provided them with a livelihood when they felt they were entitled to higher wages or shorter hours. In both cases the recipients are not grateful for what they are receiving. They are angry because it isn’t more. The difference lies in this: When the strike is against a private company there is an independent unbiased police force to maintain peace and arbitrate the case in court, but where the government is one of the parties to the dispute there is no appeal to anything except force. The employees can come to hate the government and its officers just as they come to hate the company and its officers when the law is not based upon moral principle. When the law can no longer appeal to either reason or justice, and where it is nothing more than a power which takes what is available and dispenses it with an arbitrary hand, with no fundamental principle to guide it in saying how much is to be given to which group, people lose respect for such a law and the police power which enforces it. No appeal to justice, reason, or compassion will prove effective. The people who are the backbone of civilized nations—the thrifty, hardworking self-respecting independent honest class—cannot respect such a law. Where the right of private property is protected man is encouraged to look to himself to supply his wants. He is even forced to this just as nature and nature’s God decreed: Thou shalt eat thy bread by the sweat of the face. But when government announces that it will now see to it that his wants are supplied, he no longer feels the need to rely upon his own brains and body. That man loses respect for the rights of others. He looks to the use of force to provide for his needs. He looks to force which takes from others what they have created, and the more he is pampered the more he demands. He comes to believe what the government tells him: That there are no property rights which may not be invaded to provide for his wants. He no longer regards it as necessary to conserve and limit his desires or to save and provide for the future. In our complex economy this is the worst possible attitude, for when it breaks down the suffering will be most intense.
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    08-21-2017, 07:42 AM
    Too bad they don't feel the same way about the gene pool. Or maybe they do...
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After 26 years, I'd have to agree.
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"castle doctrine," which permits homeowners to use deadly force against intruders. The revised law will allow invited guests, such as babysitters, to use lethal force.
I find it amazing to consider just how hopelessly corrupt a land we are, and have been for so very long a time when I read things like this. To think not only that some people would dare usurp the authority to remove those which are the most obvious prerogatives of free men, but also that we as a people would

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Uhm, no. Not all of us. Only most of the countries involved. We few radicals and rebels do what we can to prevent it. Whether that works or not still doesn't change whether it is our fault or not.
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The number of people out there who are putting their asses on the line is vanishingly small. My statistical assessment therefore stands. To wit...

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