(04-28-2010 08:49 PM)Deathanyl Wrote:
(04-28-2010 08:04 PM)nik Wrote:
(04-28-2010 07:04 PM)Deathanyl Wrote: i used to work in telecommunications and after katrinia alot of us from the north were sent down to help with the clean up..
Before this happened were you already convinced the world was about to end?
Yes and world ending is stretch, this world ending yes, and have known since late 80's and as i wasted 8 years in university i got the habit of doing too much research, not believing what I was reading/ learning....
WE bought the village in 1998 as an exit strategy, but was a scout and so have always been about self-sufficiency and the outdoors.
Katrinia was just a job, need capital to make sure me and mine survive but seriously the state of the infrastructure down there is a definite sign as to how long "they" need things to last for. they have known much longer then my type of knowledge holders
but i do enjoy a more open 2012 atmosphere that has risen, as for the most part out side of my circle we never discussed dates, or our plan, and legally it as all been black ops for all of the sections so nothing can be seized by govs if they got wind/ or we got caught doing something they don't approve of... the ones before the past 2 years who preached or spoke openly of what is were silenced if credible, or laughed off as false as they were forecasting deep into the future...
now with easily provable scientific evidence of what is to come and being so close, i have seen more awareness, and some of the many of the prophesies i have been watching for are happening or have happened, so my awareness in short has been for all my adult life, and has shaped it in ways one can not imagine, will it be worth it? Guess we'll see what happens, either way i have a comfort in knowing if i have a place to go, guns to defend it, and skills to keep it going. Worse case i end up retiring early and live to a ripe old age off the grid, and as a ghost out in my own community with other like minded people...
Thing about New Orleans is, as I understand it, it has always been a liability in terms of how close to sea level it is - but the states needs
to keep it up and running as it is a primary energy conduit for the national apparatus.
(04-28-2010 09:04 PM)NickHedge Wrote: There are those that hold fast to numbers you know. And I believe you mean "moron".
do you? that's nice to know
You can believe whatever you like - obviously hard data makes no difference.
population - being ransacked.
MIC - doing just fine.
my spelling was intentional btw. Happy daze