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Political Discussion / Why is Hawaii so compliant?
« on: October 23, 2021, 03:35:12 AM »
https://www.ammoland.com/2021/10/architects-of-new-yorks-gun-control-disgraced-with-corruption/#axzz79bHzZLdv

One of the better quotes;
“I don’t know a single person who is even thinking about complying with registration,” said Jim Losie, owner of Losie’s Gun Shop in Oneonta. Losie called the registration requirement a prelude to eventual confiscation of such weapons by state government."

I'm on a multi-state trip and presently in CA after hitting AK, WA, OR.
Next stop ID.

I was given a .44 Mag S&W model 629 in AK.  That was easy didn't have to ask the police if I could have it.
Had to have my uncle buy Ammo for it in CA since out-of stater's cannot legally buy ammo in the state of CA.
Transportation by air was surprisingly easy on the AK to WA leg.  I'm now driving and  compliance with state laws although a pain in the ass
is quite do-able.
Like all my guns I'll leave it with a relative in the free world, as I will not register it with Hawaii Democrats.  I'll Fed Ex it in when
I want to shoot it. and send it back before I'm caught doing "illegal". and possess an un-registered dangerous weapon,  since un-registered
guns are more dangerous that registered ones.
Off to ID next week!

Just for Inspector if he reads this this;  the California we grew up in is now even more screwed up than it was when we
grew up there. But I love doing 65 MPH in rush hour traffic!  I miss the adrenaline rush!
 :worship:
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Off Topic / Re: Suicide and Euthanasia
« on: October 14, 2021, 01:46:57 PM »
suicide and euthanasia are ways to keep minority populations in check
I'm pretty sure it will take care of a lot of Democrats.
So that is a plus.
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Off Topic / Re: Suicide and Euthanasia
« on: October 14, 2021, 01:44:10 PM »
What magical state of mind allows you to make your own decisions?  When is government overreach okay?  That's the root of the issue with red flag laws.  If people want help, help them.  But the government shouldn't force people to live or do something that isn't for the public good/safety.  If the homeless man is not a danger to others let him be.  If he wants to die that's his decision.  Britney should be free,  even if that freedom has self consequences.  If she blows all her money, that's her money.

Personally I believe if the mental illness is diagnosed and a treatment is possible and they refuse treatment and do a crime, they are responsible.  If not then they should get treatment and the rest of decisions is on them.
You are a pretty  Libertarian atheist sort of "person".
I too am VERY Libertarian, but I am a God fearing man.
I disagree here
" But the government shouldn't force people to live or do something that isn't for the public good/safety."
Fuck the government.  Which one of them decides what constitutes "public safety"? Do you? Do I?
We decide. You and only you are responsible for you and your families safety and their "good".  Not the fuking government.
 :grrr:

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General Discussion / Re: banning bows and arrows...
« on: October 14, 2021, 11:05:07 AM »
I wouldn’t use the word “obedient” as that shows one that you might not think for yourself. I would say compliant. Sounds better and shows others that you recognize you have freedom and a choice.
My sarcasm is very subtle.
 :wacko:
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General Discussion / Re: banning bows and arrows...
« on: October 14, 2021, 08:35:35 AM »
I own no bows or arrows!

Sent from my SM-A102U using Tapatalk
I've hunted with Bow, muzzle loader, and modern fire arms.
I fail to see why some people think a bow is so much more humane
and "noble"
It certainly is more challenging, but it is deadly.
Ever wondered why in most places it is illegal to hunt with a crossbow?
It is as deadly as a modern rifle, and quiet.
Think about what a well hidden guy with a cross bow sniping a crowd could do?

Lucky for society, I'm very ethical and law obedient.

 >:D





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Off Topic / Re: Suicide and Euthanasia
« on: October 14, 2021, 07:30:08 AM »
"if purely you believe that one has the right to refuse the vaccine because of dominion over ones own body, would you also support suicide or euthanasia?   If not why?   Is it a religious thing?    Morals?  Insurance?"

I'll bite and start with this

https://www.bitchute.com/video/XY51VYHZk9ok/

I'm a little older, don't have the accent, but definitely the colorful language, despite my "upper education".

As for suicide, it has to be overt, eg using a gun to blow your brains out.  Not taking action like losing weight,
stop smoking, or stop drinking to extend  your life,  is not suicide.  We all die.
If you want to kill yourself,  I won't stop you.  Hang yourself from a doorknob, it isn't quite so messy.

I'm against euthanasia generally. however if some is burning to death and you can't save them, a quick death by bullet
would be humane.  A very sick person in pain, just isn't getting enough drugs, that is no reason to kill them, drugs are cheap.
Fentanyl for example.
 
Subject of banning; I promised someone here to stay away from that subject, however I will point this out once.
I do like the Liberal rag the "Hill" policy.
They give time outs,  an explanation, and actually respond to requests for parole.
Before you are banned.

 :shaka:



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Political Discussion / Re: The COVID Cult
« on: October 12, 2021, 06:29:29 PM »
2a
Interesting Video.
As I see it there are two choices.
Violence, or passive aggression.
I choose do not comply. 

https://www.snopes.com/fact-check/overwhelm-the-system/

I will not comply.  They can starve, ainokea.
 :thumbsup:
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Political Discussion / Re: Why was the Holocaust allowed to happen?
« on: October 12, 2021, 05:34:01 PM »
There are those still today who claim the Holocaust never happened, even after all the testimonies, evidence and historical documentation proving beyond any shred of doubt that it did.

It's not surprising there are those who also deny the similarities between the early stages of discrimination against Jews and the present day discrimination against the unvaccinated.

Even though a Jew cannot simply change their parentage or ethnicity, but an unvaccinated person can get vaccinated, the issue is not that simple.  In Germany, the solution was first to segregate Jews, forbid them from owning businesses, from accessing public facilities, from having any wealth, and from living where they'd made their homes.

Imagine if the airlines start requiring 100% compliance for vaccinations for all passengers -- no exceptions.  How could anyone remain in Hawaii without getting vaccinated EVEN IF they have a valid medical reason not to?  That would force some people to leave the state or never again be able to board a commercial aircraft.

Need income?  Get vaccinated.

Need to have a local bank?  Get vaccinated.

Need to attend a political rally?  Get vaccinated.

Need to apply for a gun permit?  Get vaccinated.

Either you accept the government's mandate to get vaccinated, or you are treated as a threat to society.

The parallel with how Jews were treated in the beginning can't be denied.  Either you comply, or you will be forced to comply.
One big difference is this.
Modern Jews seem to have a cultural defect causing them to be subservient to
the authority of man rulers. 
The people resisting Vaccination do so for personal reasons, one of which
is we don't like or trust the men that presume to rule over us.

When a significant part of a population and I suspect they are the
most inventive and productive part
of that population, opposes the arbitrary rule of man,
Things aren't going to go well for the Teat sucking,
rule makers.

I have to fly to the mainland and AK soon.
I guess If I can't fly home, I'll obtain a sailboat and come home.
There are a few pirates still around, and we can sail, shoot, and pillage.
argc, argv.

Aloha.
 :thumbsup:



 
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Political Discussion / Re: Election Fraud Evidence Thread
« on: October 12, 2021, 12:58:40 PM »
Can you give a list of reputable sources?  Anyone in the Main Stream Media?

Who do YOU trust?
"Who do YOU trust?"

Nobody.  Until they earn it.
 :thumbsup:
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General Discussion / Re: God Created Man, But . . .
« on: October 11, 2021, 08:13:15 PM »
Shoot, Shovel, ans Shutup.
You live in Hawaii.
Do as the locals do.
 :thumbsup:
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Back when I was a kid that was called Biological warfare.

My Father got a degree in Microbiology late in life.  As a 8 year old
kid I helped him on weekends with his Senior class labs.
I did slide preparation and Petri dish prep and "infection"
When he got his degree,  the US Army tried to recruit him, for
research work.  I always thought my Dad was crazy to turn it down.
Something about "ethics" a 9 year old didn't understand.

The older educated Engineer in me says he was stupid to do so.

People will make weapons.  Unless you make better weapons, you
will eventually be enslaved or killed by someone that makes better
weapons.  It is human nature.
Regardless of what the humanists, would lead you to believe
man is  not a very good neighbor to his fellow man.
 :wave:



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Off Topic / Re: Ground Tremor October 10, 2021
« on: October 10, 2021, 04:23:12 PM »
Shook my house pretty good.
 :thumbsup:
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Off Topic / Re: The Jab
« on: October 10, 2021, 10:46:13 AM »
I am sure the corpses are used for something, just couldn't confirm whether they are used for vaccines
Veal-Parmesan,
for the Planned parenthood  corporate luncheons.
 >:D
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Just a quick glance at Amazon, has lots of Augason stuff but most the "desirable stuff is sold out.
But I expect Amazon to run out quickly of even freeze dried peas..
Most "prepper" sites are also sold out.
 :wave:
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Seems kind of senseless to say to stock up now when a MAJOR supplier shuts down. :wtf:
I suppose it is a matter of get what you can while you can.
I have plenty stored, but I regularly check and a lot of suppliers are out of stock.
These days a lot of "stuff" is out of stock.
I would not want to live in a large metropolitan area the next few years.
Elections have consequences. :grrr:

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Off Topic / Re: Joe Biden is not smart
« on: October 09, 2021, 07:16:41 AM »
The world is poorer and more polluted under sleepy Joe.
Russia and OPEC approve of Joe Biden.


The larger problem, is the voters that support the party, no matter what it does to our lives.
Fuk Joe Biden!
 :grrr:
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Too bad, That she like most all military officers, is anti-gun.  Other than that she makes sense.
 :popcorn:
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Personally I could care less about it's race.
My focus is on culture.
This showing preferential treatment because of race is un-acceptable.
No matter what the race is.
Some white guy allegedly killed
some people in self defense Illinois and his bail was set in the millions.
Just because he was white.

Life isn't fair, but Democrats in the USA are really creating an environment,
that is not conducive of peace and co-existence.
 :grrr:
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Off Topic / Re: "What's your favorite scary movie?"
« on: October 08, 2021, 06:59:33 AM »
1984.

It is real, happening here and now.
 >:D
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I bet if you saw a Dem drowning,
you wouldn't hesitate to throw them a boat anchor.   :geekdanc:
I'd make sure the scope was at least 12 to 1 and one third was chain.
 :thumbsup:
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