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 on: Today at 09:46:49 AM 
Started by Rooster - Last post by Rooster
Right now, these are the lazy ones, the ones that let others do their thinking instead of doing it themselves.  They are doing it the easiest way they can.

When the active ones start, you are going to see carnage.  They will think things through and then plan accordingly.  And they won't be happy with just injuring people, they will take steps to ensure their target population will have very little chance of surviving.

Look for arson in crowded venues, bombs in crowds and car bombs like Oklahoma City, really big ones.  And these guys won't get caught very easy, either.

Thank's for mentioning that. I have wondered, and actually still do, why they haven't taken the next step to a McVeigh type incident. Lack of ability, resources, the availability of supplies or refugee status making acquiring the supplies difficult. It's not just a lack of imagination, right?

Rooster

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 on: Today at 09:26:19 AM 
Started by Rooster - Last post by deerstalker

........while it may have been legal, the cops didn't know that.


Happens everywhere Sad

Keeps lawyers in jobs I guess Undecided

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 on: Today at 09:24:21 AM 
Started by deerstalker - Last post by deerstalker

Wouldn't work all that great in a big fire unless you you have a source of O2 and a really good filtration system.  And air scrubbers.  Otherwise, it just sucks the breathable air out and consumes it and replaces it with carbon monoxide.

Grass fires and brush fires will probably be OK, although you will have to deal with smoke and soot during and afterwards.


Details matter as you say..........

Assuming normal precautions are in place I think it would fair much better than a conventional home Huh?

I was designing some fire shelters a while back & I decided to incorporate an air supply based on using compressed air in cylinders to maintain positive pressure inside the room and prevent the ingress of smoke.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Atmosphere_of_Earth

Oxygen alone is a bad idea because it increases combustibility.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Oxygen

https://www.space.com/17338-apollo-1.html

 


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 on: Today at 09:15:02 AM 
Started by Rooster - Last post by Bill S
I had a couple of guys arrested for carrying a katana to kendo practice.  No charges were filed or the charges were dismissed but the guys got arrested, cuffed and stuffed and the OOD had to go get them.

One guy had his, in a case, strapped across his back on a motorcycle, he did not get a speeding ticket, he was charged with carrying a concealed weapon.  Other guy had his in a case on the back seat of his car.  If I remember correctly, he was stopped at a sobriety check point or at a wreck or something,  and they saw the case.  He also, was charged with carrying a concealed weapon.

So, while it may have been legal, the cops didn't know that.

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 on: Today at 09:11:59 AM 
Started by Rooster - Last post by deerstalker

Until the smart cities get hacked...


 

Or the AI decides we are redundant Shocked

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 on: Today at 09:05:08 AM 
Started by Rooster - Last post by Bill S
Until the smart cities get hacked...

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 on: Today at 09:02:46 AM 
Started by deerstalker - Last post by Bill S
Wouldn't work all that great in a big fire unless you you have a source of O2 and a really good filtration system.  And air scrubbers.  Otherwise, it just sucks the breathable air out and consumes it and replaces it with carbon monoxide.

Grass fires and brush fires will probably be OK, although you will have to deal with smoke and soot during and afterwards.

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 on: Today at 09:00:05 AM 
Started by Rooster - Last post by deerstalker


http://boston.cbslocal.com/2017/08/18/boston-free-speech-rally-security-preparations/

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Freedom_Rally

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 on: Today at 08:56:54 AM 
Started by Rooster - Last post by deerstalker

But DS, the machete is what simplifies all of it.


I am broadly opposed to the concept of banning inanimate objects one at a time as an attempt to reduce violent crime.

I've never been able to understand why the implement used matters, other than as evidence.


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 on: Today at 08:53:52 AM 
Started by Rooster - Last post by Bill S
I expect absolutely nothing to happen except some speeches.  Some of which will be pretty stupid.

The crap in Va happened because the mayor wanted it to happen the way it did.  He wanted to have fights and publicity. And the MSM egged all that crap on.   

Notice how many tight shots?  No drone shots of large crowds?  That's cause there weren't all that many people there, and the ones that were, were basically allowed free rein to do what they wanted.

Also, if you paid close attention, every time there was a fight or scuffle, a lot of the crowd that pressed in from all sides had recording equipment.  Or, there were probably more reporters than participants. 

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