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    Re: The incoming gynocratic administration: How do we cope?

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    Re: The incoming gynocratic administration: How do we cope?

    Quote Originally Posted by Invisible Target View Post
    3. If you drive have your gastank full and maybe 5 Gallons extra in a shed. Also make sure your car is well maintained.
    IIRC: Gasoline degrades after a while. It's chemically reactive - no matter what you do, it is slowly going to oxidise and break down. Relying on that 20-year-old can of gas that you put in the shed for emergencies might be a bad time.

    Diesel engines, incidentally, can be coaxed into running on used frying oil.

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    Re: The incoming gynocratic administration: How do we cope?

    Quote Originally Posted by Mr Wombat View Post
    IIRC: Gasoline degrades after a while. It's chemically reactive - no matter what you do, it is slowly going to oxidise and break down. Relying on that 20-year-old can of gas that you put in the shed for emergencies might be a bad time.

    Diesel engines, incidentally, can be coaxed into running on used frying oil.
    Well this is true enough. I think the frying oil would require some additives to be used in an oil-burner, but I have seen it done before. As for the gasoline, the stuff I stash is used for the lawn-mower and chainsaw over the year and is regularly replenished. I think gasoline has a 2 year usability period before it goes bad.

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    Re: The incoming gynocratic administration: How do we cope?

    Quote Originally Posted by happybachelor View Post
    If only we were allowed guns in England.. I'll have to make do with my numerous knives, hammers, crowbar and axe! Will sure have some fun on my way out.

    Hey aren't you guys allowed shotguns and bolt-action hunting rifles with the proper "Loiscence"? It may not be an AR but it would be better than nothing.

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    Re: The incoming gynocratic administration: How do we cope?

    Yes with a licence, but your average Joe can't just get a licence, it has to be for a specific purpose and then there are ridiculous hoops to jump through. On reflection I'd rather get creative with all the tools which are legal to carry. Anyway you aren't gonna last long in a gunfight with the law, certainly not with a shotty or pistol, and if it's fellow citizens I need to clear out the way I can always use a samurai sword.
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    Re: The incoming gynocratic administration: How do we cope?

    Quote Originally Posted by happybachelor View Post
    Yes with a licence, but your average Joe can't just get a licence, it has to be for a specific purpose and then there are ridiculous hoops to jump through. On reflection I'd rather get creative with all the tools which are legal to carry. Anyway you aren't gonna last long in a gunfight with the law, certainly not with a shotty or pistol, and if it's fellow citizens I need to clear out the way I can always use a samurai sword.
    Well if they're so hard to come by I guess you could always get a good compound Bow. Some ninja stars for close in and a samurai sword.

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    Re: The incoming gynocratic administration: How do we cope?

    Quote Originally Posted by happybachelor View Post
    Yes with a licence, but your average Joe can't just get a licence, it has to be for a specific purpose and then there are ridiculous hoops to jump through. On reflection I'd rather get creative with all the tools which are legal to carry. Anyway you aren't gonna last long in a gunfight with the law, certainly not with a shotty or pistol, and if it's fellow citizens I need to clear out the way I can always use a samurai sword.
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    Re: The incoming gynocratic administration: How do we cope?

    Well if they're so hard to come by I guess you could always get a good compound Bow. Some ninja stars for close in and a samurai sword.
    Oh yes please sir. Silencer not required!
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    Re: The incoming gynocratic administration: How do we cope?

    Anything with a scope is for being sneaky, I like it, it's adorable, and the razor tips make it sexy!
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    Re: The incoming gynocratic administration: How do we cope?

    I can't remember the last time any administration has been kind to the working man, Biden or Trump, or whoever, I don't think it really matters, I think the people in power always find a way to screw the american workers out of a honest days wages.

    Been getting screwed by corporate America all my life. Every time I vote, I feel like I'm voting for the person I want to put a knife in my back, them and their "administration" if they win.

    The american dream.

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    Re: The incoming gynocratic administration: How do we cope?

    @happybachelor right, all the women want to know why men are not wanting to fuck them, because the women are so lonely being inside all day, if they only had some hobbies. Oh right, their hobby is social media and Onlyfans.

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    Re: The incoming gynocratic administration: How do we cope?

    I can't remember the last time any administration has been kind to the working man, Biden or Trump, or whoever, I don't think it really matters, I think the people in power always find a way to screw the american workers out of a honest days wages.

    Been getting screwed by corporate America all my life. Every time I vote, I feel like I'm voting for the person I want to put a knife in my back, them and their "administration" if they win.

    The american dream.
    Voting gives people the illusion they have a say. Democracy is a scam. The politicians of which ever party (one of two in most countries) do the dirty work of the worldwide mafia and are rewarded handsomely for it.

    To someone educated on the subject this is simply fact, to someone with no knowledge this sounds like a 'conspiracy theory'.

    @happybachelor right, all the women want to know why men are not wanting to fuck them, because the women are so lonely being inside all day, if they only had some hobbies. Oh right, their hobby is social media and Onlyfans
    Indeed, one has to wonder what women did before mobile phones.
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    Re: The incoming gynocratic administration: How do we cope?

    Quote Originally Posted by happybachelor View Post
    Voting gives people the illusion they have a say. Democracy is a scam. The politicians of which ever party (one of two in most countries) do the dirty work of the worldwide mafia and are rewarded handsomely for it.

    To someone educated on the subject this is simply fact, to someone with no knowledge this sounds like a 'conspiracy theory'.



    Indeed, one has to wonder what women did before mobile phones.
    We were a republic. A republic has protections on the individual called constitutional rights. But a republic is extremely fragile, it's security depends on the overall values, morals, and ethics of its people.

    Democracy is where two wolves argue with one sheep over what's for dinner.

    We're past democracy and onto communism. Where one lion eats the two wolves and the sheep.
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    Re: The incoming gynocratic administration: How do we cope?

    Yes, the usual suspects took over a Christian state via their usual means (communism).
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