LMAO! Typical Shrub fans over at EZ having paranoid seizures again

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Mental illness runs rampant among Shrub supporters... these wackos are so paranoid of liberal-minded fun-loving Democrats that they think WWIII is going to start everytime they hear the mention of Clinton or Gore! Sheeesh, they're out of control!

Nikoli says...

"BUY MORE AMMO: If you aren't stocked up already you better get it while you can. If this situation continues to devolve I predict all ammunition will be pulled from the shelves within three weeks."

Then Chuck the fat pig unemployed Night Driver says...

"Learn how to mold bullets and store lead (or buy up a couple boxes of the proper calibre now). LEAD - Precious Metal for the New Millenium"

Are these guys for real? Don't they realize that the thing they are really afraid of is that the world might be full of unstable gun crazy rednecks like themselves? They are their own worst enemy!

Probably shouldn't make fun of people who are so paranoid that they will end up killing each other, but it is just too funny. I don't have time to post all their stuff, but check it out here, it'll crack you up...

They're ready to "pump us full of lead", bwaahaahaa!

-- ROTFL (over@the.cuckoo's.nest), November 13, 2000


"Ammo..we've been at the range blowing off a lot of it this year..and now we're back down to a few cases. I have a LOT of stocking up to do this week. The question is..I shouldn't need water this time around, right? Just canned goods and TP..heh..? "

If Gore wins, get canned goods. If Bush wins, get plenty of TP!

-- oh no! (we're @ gonna. die), November 13, 2000.

WTF are they prepping for this time around?

Civil unrest, WHY????

They dont really think we will kill each other in a attempt to rise up against our GREAT government, do they?


-- (shh@aolllll.com), November 13, 2000.

I'm not saying I believe anything will happen, but I do sense a growing rebellion in the heartland, and it's all over the internet, not just on EZboard.

I've heard from people I know out that way, who tell me whole towns are getting together on this..."the militia" my friends are restless.

Talk of gun control and the continuing deteriation of their rights has gone beyond the grin and bear it stage. If Gore is elected,..to them..is becomes a now or never situation. I can't stress enough..it is NOT just an EZboard thing. It is all over the shortwave..it is all over the ham radio..it is all over the net..and it is assuredly a serious discussion they're having.

Take it for what it's worth...

I personally am keeping a VERY close eye on developing news...and I have picked up some extra ammo..because if nothing else..it's going to be a lot harder to come by if bad things get worse.

(adorned with a lovely tin foil hat w/black netting...-kritter)

-- kritter (kritter@adelphia.net), November 13, 2000.

I personally am keeping a VERY close eye on developing news...and I have picked up some extra ammo..because if nothing else..it's going to be a lot harder to come by if bad things get worse.

Okay, Krit, is the above tongue in cheek, and if not, what cha gonna do with the extra ammo?

Re: militia friends, what they talking bout doing?

Re: All over not just sleazy board, please explain what you are hearing, as I dont venture round the net much.

Thanks girl.

-- sumer (shh@aol.com), November 13, 2000.

Well one good thing about living in Calif., a smaller proportion of the riotees will be able to shoot back ;-)

Currently, I'm looking *very* closely at the NWO types at Home Depot and other places where there are things I'd like to have "for free",


P.S. All kidding aside, us preparation-minded types don't have anything to worry about regardless of what happens, at least until our beans run low....

-- Someone (ChimingIn@twocents.cam), November 13, 2000.

It is all over the shortwave..it is all over the ham radio..it is all over the net..and it is assuredly a serious discussion they're having.

The more things change, the more they stay the same. Remembering back to 1999, I vividly recall how "serious discussions" concerning [take your pick] Y2K doomsday, chemtrails poisoning the population, UFOs about to attack, New World Order UN troops taking over our bases, Chinese Nukes flying at us on new years day, imminent stock market crash, imminent martial law, etc etc etc ad nauseum, were also taking place "all over the net, all over shortwave and all over ham". Well, if TEOTWAWKI happened as they predicted it most assuredly would, I somehow missed it. Do you think it's mere coincidence that the people babbling the loudest during those 1999 discussions are the same ones leading the chant now? (Sans Art Bell of course.)

The zogs and the invars of the internet will be screeching their paranoid crap for as long as other paranoids listen to them, Kritter. Like I said, the more things change, the more they stay the same.

-- CD (costavike@hotmail.com), November 13, 2000.

Given the direction of the state and federal gun control laws, nothing wrong with stocking up on stuff it may not be legal to purchase in the near future. Doesn't mean it will be used.

-- Whatever (who@car.es), November 13, 2000.


Thanks for putting my mind at ease, dude. I've been told on more than one ocassion that I'm full of beans.

I propose that Flint should be the Uncensored Ammo Meter.

-- flora (***@__._), November 13, 2000.

CD, outside of y2k (and y2k not so much), I never gave those stories much credence. The weird thing with this is I'm hearing it from people "out there". It has everything to do with the belief that Al Gore will try and start up a gun registration. They're mobilizing and I've never seen that before.

Sumer...extra ammo gets blown off at the practice range over the course of a year, if unneeded. Anytime I practice, I'll go through 9 clips of 15 bullets. That's a couple of boxes.

The friends I have heard from are in Tennesse, Kentucky and Texas, and one person in Ohio. They are all members of a few different active American militia groups. All had the same thing to say...that they were getting together to discuss their options, and that things were about to get hot. Nothing happens until Al Gore is somehow elected president. It's a discussion of what they will do "if"...and from their perspective..it's their liberty on the line.

On the shortwave sumer there is two or three radio stations that cater to the gun carrying right (some are accessable over the net, if you are interested in hearing it..try ... Alex Jones and they are filled with phone calls from irate citizens screaming "Now is the Time!" The theme seems to be "this, or lose the country forever.."

On the internet, I can't even list all the newsgroups and sites with forums like EZs or FreeRepublic.com...there are literally hundreds. The newsgroups are buzzing...easy to find if you look...!

-- kritter (kritter@adelphia.net), November 13, 2000.


-- One (place@to.look), November 13, 2000.


Glad to be of help! BTW, need a new riding mower?


I doubt that anything will happen, because to have a civil unrest you need 1) discontent on the part of some of the population (here now) and 2) enough discomfort in these people's lives to make them risk losing what they have now if they are unsuccessful.

(This is all in my uneducated opinion of course) It seems to me that while there are plenty of disgruntled citizens out there, there are NOT that many willing to risk prison or losing their houses when there really isn't a clear, focused threat for them to rally against. I wouldn't be suprised if a few nut jobs didn't start shooting up their local liquor stores, but find it hard to believe that the next revolution is at hand, when for most people, things are going pretty well.

Still sitting on my beans though,


-- Someone (ChimingIn@twocents.cam), November 13, 2000.

---------------------------------------------------------------------- ---------- To: toupsie I'll be happy to come (I work downtown) but only if you can guarantee there will be enough of us so we don't get beat up!

11 Posted on 11/13/2000 11:39:58 PST by Anthony Bruni

^^Well well, well, looks like the NY's peeps are geared up and ready to protest. But, it appears they are afraid of themselves. go figure.

-- consumer (shh@aol.com), November 13, 2000.

NY's peeps are geared up and ready to protest

Protest what?...ammo issues?...recount issues?

You know how these threads can wander : 0

-- Peg (em@i.l), November 13, 2000.

My dear Peg:

1. follow the above link

2. read it

3. see for yourself

the peeps of ny are protesting the votes, or whatever it is we are talking bout. shit, I forgot.

Follow the link :-)

-- 4getbout it (shh@losing.it), November 13, 2000.

'sumer, I've already lost it.

Thinking of waiting for the book and movie...

-- Peg (em@i.l), November 13, 2000.

Peg, me too!..If I wasn't ..boycotting Hollywood...sigh..

-- kritter (kritter@adelphia.net), November 13, 2000.

kritter, the book is always better...IMHO

-- Peg (em@i.l), November 13, 2000.

Wandering around the 'room' looking for "IT"

tee hee.

-- sumerfinder (shh@aol.com), November 13, 2000.

passin' 'IT'...

..to you.

-- Peg (em@i.l), November 13, 2000.

There is always a "growing rebellion in the heartland", but those people have the combined brainpower of a pile of horse turds. They can cling to their guns and make all the threats they want, but if they use violence they'll go to jail, simple as that. These people think that they are more "patriotic" than the rest of the country because they own guns. The real patriots of this country are far more intelligent, and they are advocates of peaceful solutions and a spirit of cooperation. Angry lunatics who cannot express themselves are more of a danger to themselves than anyone else.

-- Al Gore (your@new.prez), November 13, 2000.


I live in the heartland of the heartland. Your description doesn't describe here. If you talked to that many folks here you would have 100% coverage of the fruitloops. The last major group talked the Invar talk and walked the Nikoli walk, but when the NG used attack copters they decided to move to Idaho.

I remember an article from early this year in the Seattle Times. They said that the I-5 area had the largest concentration of hate groups in the country.

Best Wishes,,,,


-- Z1X4Y7 (Z1X4Y7@aol.com), November 13, 2000.

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