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General Discussion / Absolved/Vanderboegh
« Last post by afederalrepublican1776 on April 20, 2016, 05:30:47 am »
I heard they arent giving Vanderboegh long to live and he handed over his blog to his son to man from now on.

It got me thinking about his Absolved novel. There used to be quite a few chapters available on Codrea's Examiner site, but they have long since been removed. Any one happen to save them?
General Discussion / Re: funny picture thread
« Last post by phaed on April 17, 2016, 03:10:37 pm »
here's malcom x's version...

they got everything right, except they equated white man with the government.
Hard words that need saying. It may sound extreme now, but not when the economy finally collapses.

This book is well worth reading:

I used to have it but it seems to have slipped away years ago.
General Discussion / Explication of American politics
« Last post by Paul Bonneau on April 14, 2016, 04:56:01 pm »
General Discussion / Re: funny picture thread
« Last post by phaed on April 14, 2016, 03:39:24 pm »
history is my weakest subject, so i have no idea what malcom x was really like.  the way history is rewritten and inaccurate most of the time, it wouldn't surprise me if his description were the case.

p.s.  completely unrelated side note, that's a great suit he's wearing.
Speech to Florida LP by self described "most dangerous libertarian"
See what the fuss about him is all about...some have labeled him a nationalist and 'neo nazi.' You decide.
General Discussion / Re: funny picture thread
« Last post by phaed on April 11, 2016, 12:49:21 pm »
the government "helping"...

General Discussion / Re: Just made a five year plan
« Last post by pelletfarmer on April 09, 2016, 12:06:03 pm »
> Urban prices in Oregon are way high, rural in a slump.

Craziest market thing I've seen in my life, easily.  Any market, not just real estate.

I don't like guessing about the future, except for fun or profit maybe, but it seems obvious to me that in all scenarios, enough people will want to get out of the cities to make significant impacts on rural areas.  As noted, it wouldn't take a large percentage at all.

Seems to me that the only way that doesn't happen is if urban areas actually become the most protected and safest areas.  That's what the Does are counting on, after all.  When crime is insane around Detroit, by Detroit standards, that tells me that if the cities are somehow going to become safe havens, then it had better happen quickly.  My conclusion is that a whole lot of looter-thugs intend to do exactly that.  I mean try to do it.
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