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Old 05-06-2013, 21:29   #26
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Upside down flag is just screaming for attention.

He got it.

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Old 05-06-2013, 21:31   #27
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Is the government not comprised of people?
Not as closely as it once was. In some cases that is actually a better thing... In some not so much.
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Old 05-06-2013, 21:31   #28
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I wonder how many people would defend him if his name were Khalid bin Sumar?
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Old 05-06-2013, 21:33   #29
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I wonder how many people would defend him if his name were Khalid bin Sumar?
If that was the case people wouldn't be defending him...





...but we'd be 3 pages deep on conspiracies by now.
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Old 05-06-2013, 21:34   #30
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I wonder how many people would defend him if his name were Khalid bin Sumar?
Depends.... Does he have a history of jihad on the internets?
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Old 05-06-2013, 21:37   #31
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Old 05-06-2013, 21:39   #32
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To me this guy sounds like a bad actor and until more/divergent information comes in I'm thinking a bad guy was taken off the street.

That said my brother, dad and me would have been swarmed by The National Guard under present standards. We used to blast post holes with 1/4, 1/2 and full sticks of dynamite - big holes in rock with amfo. We always kept 55 gallon barrels of gasoline and diesel, plus brake and trans fluid and all manner of solvents including toluene. Of course we always had ammonium nitrate and other fertilizers for the above amfo and fertilizer. The horror.
Just the normal tools for making a living...an honest living back then.

My granddaddy decided he wanted a little swimmin' hole in the creek that ran along the border of the family homeplace. He made a little concoction, took it down to the creek and blew out a good size chunk of the bank.

A little later our cousin came running through the woods. Granddaddy and I were soaking in the water. Cousin yells, "Dammit Ben, thought you done blew up a still or something. Here I done run all the way here and you're just..." That's when granddaddy lifted out the watermelon we'd been chilling. Cousin flipped open his knife and joined us in the water...

Thanks for bringing back the memory...
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Old 05-06-2013, 21:42   #33
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The Washington comPost must be overjoyed at this story.



Translation: They don't really know if there was actually going to be an attack.
Or they want to make sure the guy was working alone and that they've got the problem by the roots.
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Old 05-07-2013, 04:36   #34
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Redneck FELON arrested with normal garage items and guns you can buy anywhere!!!
Changed it for you, since he was a felon POS who in fact can't own firearms, because he is a felon POS. Yeah I read the part where dad says the guns were his. Sounds like kiddo liked to play with them a lot. Maybe dad should get a charge for providing access of firearms to a felon.

Finally to add insult to injury, I am diggin the MRAP parked out front. It's only missing a turret with something belt fed. Bet they are carrying hollowpoint ammo also.
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Old 05-07-2013, 05:33   #35
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What a TOOL!!!!

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Old 05-07-2013, 06:35   #36
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Depends.... Does he have a history of jihad on the internets?

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Old 05-07-2013, 06:49   #37
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Just the normal tools for making a living...an honest living back then.

My granddaddy decided he wanted a little swimmin' hole in the creek that ran along the border of the family homeplace. He made a little concoction, took it down to the creek and blew out a good size chunk of the bank.

A little later our cousin came running through the woods. Granddaddy and I were soaking in the water. Cousin yells, "Dammit Ben, thought you done blew up a still or something. Here I done run all the way here and you're just..." That's when granddaddy lifted out the watermelon we'd been chilling. Cousin flipped open his knife and joined us in the water...

Thanks for bringing back the memory...
Thanks for sharing.
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Old 05-07-2013, 07:59   #38
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after authorities searched a mobile home he’s associated with and found Molotov cocktails, suspected pipe bombs and firearms, according to a court affidavit.

Hmm...a molotov cocktail is a glass bottle with gasoline in it and a rag. One normally wouldnt store such a device because, well, gasoline evaporates quite quickly when not capped. So, he had gasoline and a glass bottles and rags.

I highly suspect I have glass bottles (in fact I do). I use rags for cleaning things. I have probably 3 gallons of gasoline in a gas can.

I even have an extra full 20 lb propane bottle (it suck running out of propane in the middle of grilling without a spare).

What is a "suspected pipe bomb"? Some pipe from the hardware store for gas lines and some misc screws and nails?
You do know there is a way to have Molotov Cocktails stored long term right?

Think alternative means of ignition. It was actually the first recipe for them.
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Old 05-07-2013, 08:20   #39
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You do know there is a way to have Molotov Cocktails stored long term right?

Think alternative means of ignition. It was actually the first recipe for them.
I seriosuly doubt that this guy used the original Finnish version (i.e. the first recipe) that contained tar to cause a lot of smoke and (hopefully) obscure the vision of the turret machine gunner and also make it stick better to the tank.

A molotov cocktail was designed to create fire on the surface of a tank and then the air intake would suck the air into the engine causing fire.

To store them, put a lid on them. But at that point it is a bottle with gasoline in it and not a molotov cocktail. It is storing gasoline in an unapproved container. Of course, it could be a bottle of 90% ethanol..which would be called Everclear and can be purchased at your local liquor store and its not storage in an unapproved container....
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What? He was a felon in possession of a gun? That is a crime right there...
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... then the world changed (or rather the people in it).
You know better..
Human beings are what they have always been.... evil by nature.

What changed was American society and culture.
It degenerated.



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Old 05-07-2013, 08:52   #42
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Old 05-07-2013, 08:53   #43
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The Washington comPost must be overjoyed at this story.



Translation: They don't really know if there was actually going to be an attack.
LOL. Sounds like it. Hell, we still know very little about the Boston attack.
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I seriosuly doubt that this guy used the original Finnish version (i.e. the first recipe) that contained tar to cause a lot of smoke and (hopefully) obscure the vision of the turret machine gunner and also make it stick better to the tank.

A molotov cocktail was designed to create fire on the surface of a tank and then the air intake would suck the air into the engine causing fire.

To store them, put a lid on them. But at that point it is a bottle with gasoline in it and not a molotov cocktail. It is storing gasoline in an unapproved container. Of course, it could be a bottle of 90% ethanol..which would be called Everclear and can be purchased at your local liquor store and its not storage in an unapproved container....
You still missed the different ignition source. And no I am not talking about the sugar based one. Or the sponge.

Either way they can be stored for long periods of time without evaporation or danger. Which blows your silly original argument out of the water unless you know for a fact which kind he was using.

Face it you got caught talking out your lower blowhole.
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Old 05-07-2013, 09:06   #45
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