Milne Pig Roast : LUSENET : TB2K spinoff uncensored : One Thread

Just in case anyone's interested in Milne's Pig Roast, here's a recent post from c.s.y2k. Notice that he still hasn't changed his tagline.

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I've made several posts regarding the Pig Roast. There has been no substantial response.

As I do not read the newsgroup anymore, I hear no talk of any interest.

The Pig Roast is scheduled for the first Saturday in July. Anyone who is interested, plesae respond by e-mail.

If no substantial response is received in the next two weeks, then it will be cancelled.....that is as far as a newsgroup wide Pig Roast is concerened. We will still be having a Pig Roast anyway.

All except Brock, Holland and DD are welcome regardless of their take on Y2K.

-- Paul Milne If you live within five miles of a 7-11, you're toast.

-- (hmm@hmm.hmm), May 30, 2000


Bummer, it didn't format right. Oh well, you get the point anyway.

-- (hmm@hmm.hmm), May 30, 2000.

The great thing about Milne's tag line is it is rumored he in fact lives within 5 miles of a 7-11 type store.

Informal poll:

Who here has met the infamous Mr. Milne?

Who wishes to meet this man?

Who wishes to meet this man without sidearm?

If you had a place to crash, would you attend the pig roast?

Are you planning to attend the pig roast?

Are you planning to attend the pig roast with the intent on kicking Mr. Milne square in the nuts?

-- Bingo1 (, May 30, 2000.


I have not met Paul Milne, though I am curious. Like most, I wonder he really is the "dog piss from a rusty hubcap" maniac IRL. If our northern Virginia gathering is a clue, the "pig roast" will probably be quite civil. Personally, if I travel to a post-Y2K gathering, it will probably be "Viva Las Vegas." How about you? Are reformed doomers welcome?

-- Ken Decker (, May 30, 2000.

I'd like to go...but my travel money is tied up in beans...

-- helen (home@home.home), May 30, 2000.

whaaaaa! >=o(

Poor piggy. Go watch the movie "Babe" immediately.

-- cin (cin@cin.cin), May 30, 2000.

or...Charlotte's Web

-- cin (cin@cin.cin), May 30, 2000.

I've chatted with several folks who met Milne in person and thought he was quite nice. I'm not AT ALL interested in meeting the man, nor attending his pig roast.

-- Anita (, May 30, 2000.

Aw come on where is 'our' sense of humor?

We can start a collection and send some bread for him to 'toast' (giggle)

sumer- at work- no fun :-(

-- consumer (, May 30, 2000.

what's this I hear about a pig roast???

-- Porky (Pokry@in.cellblockD), May 30, 2000.

I have absolutely no desire to meet that asshole. And it matters not that he may have seemed a nice guy to a few who had met him in person. I've read enough of his posts to come to the conclusion there is an ugly inner "hate" that drives him. He appears very Ted Kaczynski-ish in my view. This brings to mind the greatest nickname I ever heard tagged on somebody. I no longer remember who coined it, but it was a perfect fit...

Paul Milne -aka- "The Unafarmer"

-- CD (, May 30, 2000.

Milne plans on roasting himself???

Neat trick.

-- milne mouthy (, May 30, 2000.

Like you Ken I'm curious about the man. I question his mental stability based upon his online persona.

Is Milne capable of firing into a group of people happily chewing on pig? If I mention my undying love for the current administration, will I face a barrage of lead? Or find a rope around my neck?

I'm pretty serious about this. Why would anyone trust this man with their safety?

-- Bingo1 (, May 30, 2000.

What did Brock, Holland, and DD do that was bad enough to be excluded outright?

-- Buddy (, May 30, 2000.

Perhaps Milne doesn't trust himself, Buddy.

-- Bingo1 (, May 30, 2000.

"what did they do?"

I imagine they were right and told Milne how wrong he was...."Butthead" just can't handle that!

Should anyone be worried about attending the Milne roast? You decide:

Anybody got good recipes?

If they do, email them to me.

Now I can thank God for marauders. Walking steaks!

-- Paul Milne (, February 18, 1999.

Shiver, shiver!

-- No Thanx (, May 30, 2000.


I wouldn't worry. Paul Milne has enough of a grasp on reality to realize that killing random guests would endanger his annual Earned Income Tax Credit check. In my opinion, the online ranting last year was mostly bluff and bluster. There is no doubt Milne is deeply angry at the current "state of the union." If he was going to "snap," I imagine we would have read about him storming some federal building by now.

While I wouldn't worry about Milne, I'm not sure I'd turn my back on all of his guests. Remember, Milne and others attracted members of the "militia movement," people like our old friend Arlin Adams--"psyops officer" for a Virginia "brigade." Even so, I doubt attendance would present any meaningful risk to you. If you want to go, have a great time.

-- Ken Decker (, May 30, 2000.

Paul Milne has enough of a grasp on reality to realize that killing random guests would endanger his annual Earned Income Tax Credit check.

LOL Ken. I'd almost forgotten about Milne's hypocritical suckling of the government's teat.

-- CD (, May 30, 2000.

.gov teat suckler

Isn't that the same guy that said "if I had my way, I'd burn DC to the ground and salt the earth"?

Talk about your uneducated hypocrites!

-- WOW (, May 30, 2000.

Bingo1, whether Milne trusts himself or not isn't relevalent given his impotence to actually do anything.

Buddy, I was uninvited when I told him that he wasn't the type of person that I choose to associate with socially. Much of his rhetoric is mirrored on militia/klan internet sites. This includes his "Freeman" how to avoid paying taxes kit for $15.00 that he promoted in early 1999.

His tactics and reasoning remind me too much of the thought processes of those that I used to incarcerate. Inviting me to his house to eat is like inviting a black man to a Klan rally. I have no use for those who express a desire for the demise of the US government. If you don't like the government, reform it at the ballot box as provided for in the constitution.

Anyway, when you uninvite someone who publicly says that they have absolutely no interest in comming to your party, how much damage have you really done?



-- Bob Brock (, June 01, 2000.

DD lied about her credentials.

-- (Tinkerbell @nd Cap'n .Hook), June 01, 2000.

I haven't gone to a pig roast since I lived in Southern Florida. The rain doesn't stop long enough to let you roast one here.

I can almost smell it cooking. I'd better get a pork roast out of the freezer to cook now.

I'm going to Vegas, I decided last night that I will go in the fall, whether others do or not.

-- Cherri (, June 01, 2000.


Well be there! Looking forward to meet you all. Should we bring bodyguards in case Lady Logic shows up?

-- Lurker2 (, June 01, 2000.

-- Lurker2

It would be interesting to see what "games" she plays in person. I can almost write the scenerio, I would advise the males to bring protection though.....

-- Cherri (, June 01, 2000.

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