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Natural Disasters • Re: IN A DISASTER PRONE ZONE? WHAT KEEPS YOU IN YOURS?

February 3, 2017 Major French 0

While no place is totally free of tornado risk save Antarctica, but there at least 5 tornado alleys in the America, and not just the notorious ‘Dixie Alley’, too. Mass relocation of tens of millions of people is not feasible. A better solution is to require communities to allow above ground tornado proof igloos in people’s back yards, too. Additionally, trailer parks should not be exempt from this requirement, too.

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Terrorism & other Man made disasters • Re: Newly Imposed Immigration Ban

February 3, 2017 daaswampman 0
rickdun wrote:

RayMac1963 wrote:Ajax, the guys at the Berkley yesterday in all black are obviously paid agitators. No question. There was clearly two groups, because there was a bunch of sign holding peaceful protestors marching around with signs, then those guys. We can’t be mad just because they protest, that is our system. TEA Party, women rights, Gun rights, LGB whatever your flavor, march, sit-in, write your congressman, thats how it works. Now tearing sh1t up? Thats another thing entirely!

You’re 100% correct Ray, but, those moron’s get out of control, where were the police, only one arested, sounds like a planned set up to me.

President DJT needs to have the FBI/CIA due a top secret investigation on who (G. Soros/Clinton/Sanders) is funding these idiots, hell it could be Nancey POO POO Polocy/E. Warren/C. cry baby Shumur or any other demegod moron. It’s just the beginning, times are going to get worse in the cities/urban areas before it get’s better. I’m glad all I have to worry about is one of my cows getting thru the fence or a fox in the chicken coup.

The old saying goes, “dead man tales no tales” or a “slip of the lip, seeks a ship” and DJT can’t keep his mouth/fingers shut.

where were the police, only one arrested, sounds like a planned set up to me.

It was Berkeley! You can’t call the police and arrest people in the safest of Safe Places! I sure hope ISIS was watching, talk about a sweet target! Swamp

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Terrorism & other Man made disasters • Re: Newly Imposed Immigration Ban

February 3, 2017 RayMac1963 0
rickdun wrote:

RayMac1963 wrote:Ajax, the guys at the Berkley yesterday in all black are obviously paid agitators. No question. There was clearly two groups, because there was a bunch of sign holding peaceful protestors marching around with signs, then those guys. We can’t be mad just because they protest, that is our system. TEA Party, women rights, Gun rights, LGB whatever your flavor, march, sit-in, write your congressman, thats how it works. Now tearing sh1t up? Thats another thing entirely!

You’re 100% correct Ray, but, those moron’s get out of control, where were the police, only one arested, sounds like a planned set up to me.

President DJT needs to have the FBI/CIA due a top secret investigation on who (G. Soros/Clinton/Sanders) is funding these idiots, hell it could be Nancey POO POO Polocy/E. Warren/C. cry baby Shumur or any other demegod moron. It’s just the beginning, times are going to get worse in the cities/urban areas before it get’s better. I’m glad all I have to worry about is one of my cows getting thru the fence or a fox in the chicken coup.

The old saying goes, “dead man tales no tales” or a “slip of the lip, seeks a ship” and DJT can’t keep his mouth/fingers shut.

I saw several camera angles from Berkley on on broadcast. The police were just standing there watching the 10 or so guys in black ram the windows with barricades and flip the mobile light (which is what was eventually on fire). and the crowd was a good ways back. They could have grabbed them up and let the peaceful ones keep chanting. I found that VERY odd. Not that i’m paranoid or a conspiracy nut, but these guys seem to show up at EVERY protest and never get locked up. Could they be sent to give a reason to protests?

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Terrorism & other Man made disasters • Re: Newly Imposed Immigration Ban

February 3, 2017 rickdun 0
JayJay wrote:
Regarding the brashness of Trump’s Tweets; you are extremely sophomoric and naive to think all–and yes, I mean all–officials don’t talk this way behind closed doors.
Grow up snowflakes!!!

I’m far from being a snowflake and I’ll leave it at that because somethings are best said un-said, think it/don’t say it and you said it snowflake!

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Terrorism & other Man made disasters • Re: Newly Imposed Immigration Ban

February 3, 2017 JayJay 0

Regarding the brashness of Trump’s Tweets; you are extremely sophomoric and naive to think all–and yes, I mean all–officials don’t talk this way behind closed doors.
Grow up snowflakes!!!

And one more thing while I am here–we had 8 years to misbehave, 8 years to behave like two year olds, 8 years to disrupt and throw fits, 8 years to set cars ablaze, read poems about ‘p*****s’ on stage with the whale, Michael Moore…..
Know why we didn’t, cupcakes??? Because we maintained something you liberals would never understand or ever have—–C-L-A-S-S!!!! ;)

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General Preparedness Discussion • Re: Not just bug-out bags

February 3, 2017 bacpacker1513 0

I keep a GHB in my truck since I work about 35 miles from home. Also have other GHB’s for wifes car and my beater. I also have a large BOB in a backpack. I have 4 separate plastic boxes that I can cable lock into place in the bed of the truck, some are pre loaded with food, ammo, tent, and other stuff. A couple are empty to load as needed. We also keep a good deal of supplies loaded in the 5th wheel in case we need to head out for an extended period.
Never keep all your goodies in one bag.

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Terrorism & other Man made disasters • Re: Newly Imposed Immigration Ban

February 3, 2017 rickdun 0
RayMac1963 wrote:
Ajax, the guys at the Berkley yesterday in all black are obviously paid agitators. No question. There was clearly two groups, because there was a bunch of sign holding peaceful protestors marching around with signs, then those guys. We can’t be mad just because they protest, that is our system. TEA Party, women rights, Gun rights, LGB whatever your flavor, march, sit-in, write your congressman, thats how it works. Now tearing sh1t up? Thats another thing entirely!

You’re 100% correct Ray, but, those moron’s get out of control, where were the police, only one arested, sounds like a planned set up to me.

President DJT needs to have the FBI/CIA due a top secret investigation on who (G. Soros/Clinton/Sanders) is funding these idiots, hell it could be Nancey POO POO Polocy/E. Warren/C. cry baby Shumur or any other demegod moron. It’s just the beginning, times are going to get worse in the cities/urban areas before it get’s better. I’m glad all I have to worry about is one of my cows getting thru the fence or a fox in the chicken coup.

The old saying goes, “dead man tales no tales” or a “slip of the lip, seeks a ship” and DJT can’t keep his mouth/fingers shut.

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Guns • Re: My ‘from the box user ready’AR-15 thread

February 2, 2017 hancockcounty 0

Just took out a bob cat yeasterday morning at 300 yards with my daniels Defense ddm4v11 with a stiener 5.56 scope.
I did modify the trigger with atn gold trigger and the buffer spring from JP enterprises.
Go with a quality AR make sure it is mil spec and not the cheap companies out there that compromise one thing or the other. Here is my list-
Daniel Defense
Larue Tactical
Brovo comp
Neveske
And JP enterprises.

JP i would put far above the rest.
I own a Daniels and have a JP on order…

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General Preparedness Discussion • Re: Not just bug-out bags

February 2, 2017 rickdun 0

Have get home bags in vehicles, 2 day supply of food, water, 1st aid, fire starters, etc.. Have a get home bag at camp, same stuff but 5 days worth, camp is 65 miles away. Have a 175cc dirt bike there to get home but it’s old 1970’s, don’t know if it will make the whole 65 miles. Don’t have a BOB, I’m bugging in place.

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General Preparedness Discussion • Re: FEBRUARY 2017- What Did You Do To Prep This Week/Month?

February 2, 2017 kenjabroni 0
Cin wrote:
Ken – where’d you get your mylar bags and oxygen absorbers? I’ve not ordered any in ages and I need some. Thanks!

From my handy dandy Amazon Prime. I buy way too much from them but 99% of it is great. I just research as best as I can before ordering.

Here is the link
https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B010E … UTF8&psc=1

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Pennsylvania Discussion, News and Weather • Re: Great American Outdoor Expo in Harrisburg

February 2, 2017 rickdun 0

Going down this monday and tuesday with wife, taking the two older grandkids with us, taking them out of school those days, I think they’ll have the flu those days. Will be staying in gettysburg with wife’s sister and husband.

The 2 grandkids will learn more there from the seminars then in school.

I go every year for the past 30+ years, love it.

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General Preparedness Discussion • Re: Not just bug-out bags

February 2, 2017 dmwalsh568 0

I have an emergency bag at my office desk with basic supplies including n95 mask, first aid kit, 2 days of food and water, plus a blanket. Idea of this bag is to shelter in place until I can get to full GHB in car, or worst case, walk home with just these supplies. Car GHB has same basics but also has 5 days of food plus camping gear in case I’m further from home when an event happens. I don’t actually have a bug out bag. I have GHBs in both cars and a garden cart at home that can haul 400 pounds of gear if I have to leave for any length of time. But I could only take a fraction of my preps so bugging out is a last resort.

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General Preparedness Discussion • Re: FEBRUARY 2017- What Did You Do To Prep This Week/Month?

February 2, 2017 IceFire 0
RayMac1963 wrote:
I’m jealous, I can’t grow anything except mold on the cheese in my fridge. :(

It’s like any other skill, Ray…there IS a learning curve, and then you have to PRACTICE! Yes, there WILL be failures along the way, but each one offers another learning experience (what does work, and what doesn’t.) To me, it’s part art, part skill, and part science, with a whole LOT of labor, as well.

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General Preparedness Discussion • Re: FEBRUARY 2017- What Did You Do To Prep This Week/Month?

February 2, 2017 IceFire 0
Illini Warrior wrote:
sounds like too much unnecessary labor – can’t you dump from the tractor bucket into a wheelbarrow >>>>>> over to those planting beds ….

The paths between the beds are too narrow for my wheelbarrow (it’s one of the large, 2-wheeled, “contractor”-sized wheelbarrows.) In any case, from where we’ll dump the manure to the planting beds isn’t far…in fact, I’ll probably have him dump it where the next set of beds will be going; that way, any “leftover” manure will already be where it needs to be.

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Livestock and more • Re: Having livestock and no plan!!

February 2, 2017 IceFire 0
Cast Iron wrote:
Heck, even my one neighbor could not understand why the livestock were not in the barn in the summer. They are where they are supposed to be; Out in the fields.

Apparently, your neighbor does NOT understand that barns are for sheltering animals in inclement/winter weather. In summer, they MUCH prefer being out where they can eat nice, fresh, GREEN stuff; roll in the grass; and enjoy the warmth of the sun. Being cooped up in a barn is like us being locked in a bathroom all day. Who wants that?

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Prepper Fiction • Re: The Fall

February 2, 2017 Cast Iron 0
LetsPrep11 wrote:
Wow, Cast Iron can really tell a story. The writing is excellent and you should offer it as an e-book on both Amazon and Barnes & noble! I love the characters, flow, and story line. Kinda feel guilty reading it for free! :D Congratulations!

Thank you for the kind words LetsPrep.

Nah, rather write it for your enjoyment then profit from it.

If I decided to get serious and make a go at it, I would use another story line I have developed and use that.

The last two installments felt a little disjointed, as I did not have Dan developed at all, prior to the post.

Will have to bring it back around.

I like to use situations, conversations to point out different aspects of prepping i.e. physical fitness, the need to have not only a good set of boots but have used them hiking prior to when you need too. I am sure parts of the story others may disagree with, but they are free to write their own.

I try to stay away from too much of the hyper-Rambo tacti-cool stuff. There is a flash back sequence that kinda points that out.

I do have to be careful. I had a story once that really took off and left me behind.

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Prepper Fiction • Re: The Fall

February 2, 2017 LetsPrep11 0

Wow, Cast Iron can really tell a story. The writing is excellent and you should offer it as an e-book on both Amazon and Barnes & noble! I love the characters, flow, and story line. Kinda feel guilty reading it for free! :D Congratulations!

Statistics: Posted by LetsPrep11 — Thu Feb 02, 2017 1:51 pm


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Livestock and more • Re: Having livestock and no plan!!

February 2, 2017 Cast Iron 0

What I see are people who think everything should be like a Disney movie.

I treat my livestock well, spoiled even. Not only for their well being, but they are an investment as well.

Heck, even my one neighbor could not understand why the livestock were not in the barn in the summer. They are where they are supposed to be; Out in the fields.

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General Preparedness Discussion • Re: FEBRUARY 2017- What Did You Do To Prep This Week/Month?

February 2, 2017 RayMac1963 0
IceFire wrote:
After getting home from work today, got 9 of the raised beds (to include the three new ones) filled with composted manure today (the FEL on the tractor came in REALLY handy for that…one FEL load fills an entire bed, so that saves a LOT of time and labor…just had to rake it out evenly after it was dumped in.) After that, got 5 of the beds planted–3 with different varieties of Swiss Chard (Fordhook Giant, Lucullus, and Ruby) and 2 with lettuce (Parris Island Romaine and Buttercrunch.)

We made quite a dent in the manure pile today. Later, we’ll bring more of it from the manure pile to a pile in the garden. From there, I’ll have to fill a 5-gallon bucket to take it to the 7 beds that we can’t get to with the tractor.

I’m jealous, I can’t grow anything except mold on the cheese in my fridge. :(

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Terrorism & other Man made disasters • Re: Newly Imposed Immigration Ban

February 2, 2017 RayMac1963 0

Ajax, the guys at the Berkley yesterday in all black are obviously paid agitators. No question. There was clearly two groups, because there was a bunch of sign holding peaceful protestors marching around with signs, then those guys. We can’t be mad just because they protest, that is our system. TEA Party, women rights, Gun rights, LGB whatever your flavor, march, sit-in, write your congressman, thats how it works. Now tearing sh1t up? Thats another thing entirely!

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General Preparedness Discussion • Re: FEBRUARY 2017- What Did You Do To Prep This Week/Month?

February 2, 2017 Illini Warrior 0
IceFire wrote:
After getting home from work today, got 9 of the raised beds (to include the three new ones) filled with composted manure today (the FEL on the tractor came in REALLY handy for that…one FEL load fills an entire bed, so that saves a LOT of time and labor…just had to rake it out evenly after it was dumped in.) After that, got 5 of the beds planted–3 with different varieties of Swiss Chard (Fordhook Giant, Lucullus, and Ruby) and 2 with lettuce (Parris Island Romaine and Buttercrunch.)

We made quite a dent in the manure pile today. Later, we’ll bring more of it from the manure pile to a pile in the garden. From there, I’ll have to fill a 5-gallon bucket to take it to the 7 beds that we can’t get to with the tractor.

sounds like too much unnecessary labor – can’t you dump from the tractor bucket into a wheelbarrow >>>>>> over to those planting beds ….

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Prepper Fiction • Re: The Fall

February 2, 2017 Cast Iron 0

The blisters had gotten worse as the terrain changed from mostly flat, to rolling hills and now a more steady up hill climb as he was approaching the highlands. Dan had a small first aid kit, but knew only time would toughen his feet. He did worry about infection. He was debating taking a break to check his feet when he heard a shout from a ranch style home, set aways back from the road to his left. A man was shouldering a rifle and took a shot at Dan.
Dan played basketball in high school and pick up games in college. Since graduation fifteen years ago, getting a regular job in information technology, if Dan ran more than two hundred yards he would be surprised. As the first round cut through the air above Dan’s head, he turned and broke into a full out sprint, he body was reminding him how long it had been since he did any serious running. Through the fear, as more bullets whizzed by, he mentally noted a slight pain as the skin around his blisters ripped. He would really feel it much later when he was out of range and could calm down again. If he could get out of range first.
Initially Dan thought the man was just trying to scare Dan off, and it was working quite well. But after a few hundred yards Dan ran, more bullets continued to fly over his head, the sound of the bullet cutting the air and the report from the rifle interval increased. Dan concluded the man was actually that bad a shot. He was perfectly fine with the idea.
Despite the initial fear and flight response, Dan had to slow his sprint down to a jog. The man stopped firing, but Dan kept up the jog not willing to risk it.
After what seemed like an hour, tired, Dan walked off the road into deep woods. He staggered, nearly tripping more than a few times. Once satisfied he was far enough from the road, he sat down in a heap against a tree, still panting heavily. He took a long drag from his water bladder, and let the exhaustion crash over him like a wave. Now he felt the effects of the surprise sprint on his feet. The pain throbbed from not only his heels, but in a few new spots. He dropped his rifle next to him, leaned forward to wiggle his pack off. He took out the first aid kit.
Pulling the boots off was nearly as painful as the blisters themselves. He grimaced through the pain, noting his socks had small blood spots on them. Getting the socks off would be just as painful. Barefooted, Dan propped his feet up on his pack to keep them from getting dirty. He washed the broken skin with some water, dried them with a four by four gauze pad, applied a anti-biotic gel with pain relief. It did not seem to help the dull throbbing pain in the slightest.
From the kit, he popped three Advil into his mouth and took another long drag from his water bladder.
He stopped drinking, thinking he heard a voice, someone yelling, coming from the direction of the road. It was faint, as Dan had pushed back into the woods further than he realized. He picked up his rifle, knowing how futile it was with him, no boots, no socks on, bare feet up on his pack if someone came into view right now. The panic that began to rise, he forced down, and controlled his breathing.
And he waited.
And he eventually fell asleep.

Dan’s freezing feet is what woke him. He sat up with a start, bringing the rifle up, but there was nothing he could see to aim at. He did not know what time it was but he had the impression more than a few hours had passed. It was hard to tell in the deep woods, everything was darker, and he could not see the stars easily.
He paused for another minute, listening. Hearing nothing alarming, he felt around for his headlamp in his pack. He made sure he slid the red light filter over the LED before slipping it over his head and turning it on.
He waited.
No bullets torn into him, no shouting.
Dan took out three, four by four gauze pads, used his folder knife to cut them in half. He folded them over, and taped them over the blisters. It was a little thick, but he did not care, and then added more tape to keep the gauze secure. He slipped his last pair of clean wool socks on, and then pulled the tarp out and wrapped himself into a tight cocoon.
Sleep eventually came.

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General Preparedness Discussion • Not just bug-out bags

February 2, 2017 ventedgibbon 0

Do any of you have several “prep bags” in certain places? At my desk I have an “out of the building bag” with a respirator rated for smoke, goggles, pry bar, and other tools just to get out of the building. Then I have a get home bag in my car with enough gear to get me to the house (a days food and water, rain gear, etc.). My actual “bug-out bag” is a set of bags my wife and I built to carry 3 days of equipment for ourselves and the kids. Identity documents, food and water, toys and coloring books, seasonal clothes. All but one of those bags have come from www.militaryluggage.com. They are based in the USA, have tons of options, and they are always giving away something. I’ve started a “survival wallet” out of a freebie they threw into a regular order. It has a few of those wallet sized survival cards and a credit card sized lockpick set. Their gear is tough and their customer service is great.

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Terrorism & other Man made disasters • Re: Newly Imposed Immigration Ban

February 2, 2017 ajax727 0

Well Ray I think they are protesting just because they lost and are being paid to protest , they want to force us into there way of thinking how we all need to become socialist nation and give them a free ride on our dime .
On a side note the prison riot that is going on and the killing of a prison worker should be crushed and I mean fubred all involved should be lined and shot .

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Guns • Re: My ‘from the box user ready’AR-15 thread

February 2, 2017 ajax727 0

I have two friends that build them everyday that is there job now, one an x MP the other x LEO . The MP we raised up in my household he had two tours in the sandbox , the LEO married my cousin so I will have great help on the build . The build will be done at the LEO home .I hope to have all the parts purchased and them build by the end of July for my birthday . As my renters pay there rent , a small amount has been earmarked for the parts (bills come first ), per wife’s orders she thinks I have way too many toys now .

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Terrorism & other Man made disasters • Re: Newly Imposed Immigration Ban

February 2, 2017 RayMac1963 0
donba wrote:
WHY ARE YOU ALL SITTING AT HOME YOU SHOULD BE AT AN AIRPORT CARRYING SIGNS ZOMBIES HAVE RIGHTS LET THEM IN. O Waite its middle eastern people never mind….. :rofl: can you imagine the dems would protest for them…. :cursing:

I think most are protesting more in support of the founding philosophies of the United States. However that phrase goes about a threat to justice anywhere being a threat to justice everywhere, or whatever it is… That is not to say political correctness can not run amok, but its a slippery slope and does require judicial thinking and implementation.

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Urban/Suburban Survival • Re: Truth About Gangs

February 2, 2017 Cast Iron 0
blue fox wrote:
something to pay a little closer attention to for everybody. Gangs are starting to get smarter and better organized with some military training. I have learned from folks I still know in the military that they have started seeing people with gang tats showing up. The gangs have taken to sending newer members into the military to learn small unit tactics. Just something to think about.

Back in the late nineties, there was some alarm when we saw militia groups starting to use the SALUTE format.

The groups would send a young man to enlist. He would go to boot camp and maybe some infantry school. Then he would pop positive for marijuana, get discharged, mostly administration separation, and then take the skills back home.

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Guns • Re: My ‘from the box user ready’AR-15 thread

February 2, 2017 handyman777 0
ajax727 wrote:
handyman777 thanks on the advice about the needed tools will add them to the list .
I think the first one will be with the 1×7 m4 barrel , the 1×7 should do better at longer ranges . I hope to build a nice little AR that will be as good as the competition rifles being built . The ammo I have purchased so far has been BT SP for hunting in several different brands .will have to see what it likes to eat when I get all the parts and put them together . I got all the ammo my brother had after he passed away so I have a good supply put back green black and orange tips along with hunting type ammo in 556 .

One (must have) tool I forgot to list is a vice block for your upper receiver; you will need this when you install the barrel nut and they should come with an alignment tool for the gas tube.

I’m more familiar with the rifles with the gas tube, then the piston driven models.
I googled the piston and found that its really a mixed opinion, just like everything else.
I figure if it works for me why change it….and have to keep more spare parts on hand.

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Terrorism & other Man made disasters • Re: Newly Imposed Immigration Ban

February 2, 2017 Mollypup 0
Illini Warrior wrote:
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he becomes president and loses his own rights? …. he has the basic right of free speech just like anyone else …. call out all the stupid bastard you want – it’s the only way your own words and intent are broadcasted as intended ….

don’t like it? – go f_ck yourself on a big ole’ tree stump

Trump has the right to free speech. However, as the representative (leader) of the people of the united states he also has a serious duty not to go spouting off irresponsibly at his slightest whim. His words in public should always be run through a filter, most especially with Mr Stickfootinmouth.

Someone with some brass ****s needs to seriously tell the man to get OFF twitter & any other social media.

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Forum Announcements • SC state mandate- FREE Solar Panels for SCE&G customers

February 2, 2017 Solarman 0

As of 2014 the new law in SC states that 2 percent of SCE&G customers must use solar panels for energy or the state will fine the electric company’s heavily! Get them now installed and active with no cost no obligation and save 70 to 100 percent on your electric bill! You must own your own home and use one of the following electric companies. ( SCE&G ) If you want to see if your home qualifies please send an email with your name, phone number and andress and one of our local energy consultants will contact you! Email georgemlutzjr@gmail.com

We do offer the purchase of these units as well.

Statistics: Posted by Solarman — Thu Feb 02, 2017 3:32 am