Thank you, now the choice is yours if you want to keep your fucking mouth shut, move on with your depressive life, quit harrassing other bloggers, and not cause any undue stress to Ellen. Nothing you can do about it, all public information, didn't even have to tap my naval resources, you were easy. So? I will gladly post your response on this blog, well?
This attempt at intimidation was unnecessary. I'm done. I have no desire to keep this going. Fair enough?
Not intimidation, just getting your attention and as my hypothesis was correct, we all will see if you stick to your word. You have a good day Randall and take care of your wife.
What do you do? Wait for the government to come help.....right? I mean....are you suggesting that people take responsibility for themselves? Won't FEMA come and provide food, water, clothing, medical care? Isn't that the obligation of the government? Even if I was a drug addict - which is a disease you know - I should be provided drugs free of charge because drug addiction is not my fault. I am the victim. Right? Well....maybe I will just become a zombie.
I agree, now you see why I slowly moved away from the city life to where I'm at now. Much quieter and have many resources I have known all my life.
Given the scenario presented here, you're either the first one out ... or you might as well be the last one. If you have to take stock of your situation before you bug out, you'd be better off hunkering in place. That's a tough one.
Well, as people who haven't taking a preparedness state of mind, when something happens, they will be the last one out because they have KO idea what to take or have so much crap, they will die in their driveways.
I wish I could figure out how to keep the rat away from me!
Why you asking me, he is your friend. You figure it out, how many degrees do you have?
That will be a non-starter unless one crashes the fence and goes across the desert. Odds are the bridge at Laughlin will be screwed... The other option is bend over and kiss one's ass goodbye!
Good point. That's why I'm glad where I am now.