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  • Joe Krill March 8, 2024, 10:13 AM

    Does anyone think that the largest fires in the history of Texas are being caused by directed energy weapons? And why do blue house roofs somehow offer protection to the structures that have them on?

    • ghostsniper March 8, 2024, 1:41 PM


      Done right, I likes me some blue roofs.

      • Joe Krill March 8, 2024, 2:17 PM
        • Joe Krill March 8, 2024, 2:40 PM

          Personally I believe that the massive fires in Canada last year and the massive fire in Hawaii were all the result of directed energy weapons.

          • ghostsniper March 8, 2024, 6:16 PM

            Thanks Joe, I’ll check it out.
            May comment tomorrow.

  • ghostsniper March 8, 2024, 1:56 PM

    From over at Vox’s place.
    Link at the bottom.
    This stuff was briefly mentioned here just yesterday.

    The federal government has been illegally surveilling and building profiles for Americans in secret portal called DSAC for those who oppose firearm restrictions, lockdowns & vaccine mandates, and or support border security and are labeling them as domestic extremists.

    I’ve lost track of the number of government lists I’m on, and that’s just the US government. Look, all of this stuff is completely illegal, unconstitutional, and proves that the whole thing about “the Land of the Free” is total and absolute nonsense. But it’s not as if we didn’t know this already.

    The material surveillance state erected by Clown World is wicked, nefarious, anti-American, and wrong. It needs to be exposed and it needs to be eliminated entirely. Even so, don’t forget that all the men and machinery of the surveillance state is but a pale shadow of the spiritual surveillance that is actively seeking to peck away at your soul every single day. So don’t stress yourself worrying about either the material evil or the spiritual evil. They exist. They have always existed. Do what is right, speak the truth, and fear God only.

    And remember, it’s pretty clear that they fear us. Perhaps you should give some thought as to why that might be.



    • DT March 8, 2024, 3:50 PM

      “Land of the fee; home of the knave”

  • ghostsniper March 8, 2024, 2:02 PM

    Anyone who believes in the Declaration of Independence or US Constitution is labeled as a domestic extremist by the criminal assed gov’t.

    Note to self:
    This weekend I must get 12′ extensions for the handles of my post hole digger so that I might further reinforce my bolt hole. “Out the way, I’m goin’ souther!”

  • ghostsniper March 9, 2024, 1:12 PM

    ok, where’s my post?

  • ghostsniper March 9, 2024, 5:36 PM

    Self Sealing Fuel Tanks
    Ever wonder how self sealing fuel tanks work?
    Me too.
    So I looked it up.
    It’s not as complicated as you might imagine.

    A self-sealing fuel tank is a type of fuel tank, typically used in aircraft fuel tanks or fuel bladders, that prevents them from leaking fuel and igniting after being damaged.

    Typical self-sealing tanks have layers of rubber and reinforcing fabric, one of vulcanized rubber and one of untreated natural rubber, which can absorb fuel when it comes into contact with it. When a fuel tank is punctured the fuel seeps into these layers, causing the untreated layer to swell, closing and thus sealing the puncture. A similar concept is also employed for making self-sealing run-flat tires.

    This is what a self sealing fuel tank looks like:

  • ghostsniper March 9, 2024, 6:22 PM

    The song.
    Yeah, that one.
    Now get the solo in your head.
    You’ve heard it a thousand times so it should be easy.
    Keep in mind that solo is played by 3 doods on 3 different guitars, a strat, an LP and an explorer, trading back n forth.

    This wild assed hoon is gonna do ALL of that on one measly lil ol harmonica.
    You read that right.
    If you’ve ever dikked around with a mouth harp you know what I’m talking about.
    When this 4:34 solo is over you’ll be out of breath and your lips will be dry.
    (I’m thinking about buying one of his harmonicas)


    • Casey Klahn March 9, 2024, 9:06 PM

      Freebird on harmonica! That is awesome. One of the very reasons I listen to YoobToobe.

      I just saw something about “Fort Liberty” and I looked it up – turns out to be the new name of Fort Bragg. Something about the reduction of Spec Ops troops there (the former home of Green Berets and SpecOps).

      That’s it. If you ever thought you were on your own, now is that time.

  • Joe Krill March 10, 2024, 7:04 AM
  • ghostsniper March 10, 2024, 12:34 PM

    What would it take….
    …to restore trust in the US gov’t and the institutions?

    At this point, in light of all that’s been done, all the lies that have been told, by almost everybody in all parts of society, and the state of technology today, is the restoration of trust even possible?


    • DT March 10, 2024, 3:41 PM

      Ha! Not in my lifetime. Even if politicians (better yet, bureaucrats) started crowding the limbs of trees with their rotten, bloated husks.

      • ghostsniper March 10, 2024, 5:26 PM

        Not in my lifetime either.
        But what would it take?
        Here’s my thought.
        The entire upper structure has to dissolve into nothing.
        Which means, the bottom end must start all over again at the lowest level or there abouts.

        I remember a discussion I had many years ago with a chap that was very smart and he said he read something that said when the amount of people get over about 20,000 they become unmanageable. There becomes a communication breakdown and in the absence of expedient 2 way communication a conversation cannot happen.

        American politics has been this way for a loooooong time. The citizens say things but the politicians mostly ignore them. And. The things the politicians do has little to nothing to do with the actual citizens. The politicians perform their show for their own benefit.

        Once again.
        Everything a politician does is for his benefit.
        And, the politicians mostly ignore the citizens.

        Why then should the citizens tolerate the politicians?
        Why should the citizens continue to fund the politicians?

        In the small rural communities like I live in (county population 15k) it’s still possible to see a county commissioner in a convenience store or a gas station or the county fair, and reach right out and knock his ass out. And he knows it. Years ago Gerard published something I had written which was an exact example of what I am now writing. In fact, that incident is why we moved here.

        If politicians can be held instantly responsible for their actions they tend to make their actions responsible. When politicians are a thousand miles away from the people they represent they will do whatever the hell they want to, citizens be dammed.

        Remember the story about Davy Crockett and his meeting with Horatio Bunce? He was gobsmacked and it was quite the sockdolager. Distance doesn’t always make the heart grow fonder, sometimes it requires the mind to seek revenge.

        • DT March 11, 2024, 7:14 PM

          I like the idea of “electoral college” at the county level. Too many people squeezed into too small an area have the voting power to control an entire state – Nevada comes to mind seeing as that was once my home. Shitgago is another example, NYC comes to mind; for that matter, pretty much all the blue urban centers.

  • Anne March 10, 2024, 9:54 PM

    Maybe this will help.

    I used to be a tour guide. I would take a bus load of people usually about 40 (+/-) and drive them around the western states. Mostly they were Europeans, but some Americans. What I was taught in tour leading school was this: a group of 12 or less are your best friends. They will come together and work with you to make things very pleasant. A group of about 25-40 will hardly even know you are there. They will form their own small groups and work amongst themselves to take care of any problem and to make things go well for the group. HOWEVER, that group in the middle — the group of about 12-25 will destroy you! That is the magical number of group interaction. They are not close enough to you like the smaller group of 12 or less, and they are not far enough removed from you to take responsibility for their own well being. Thes the individuals in the 12-25 group will not form a group to work together, they will only complain as individuals supporting other individuals with a complaint. They turn on the leader because they have not formed amongst themselves a group capable of doing something positive. Rather they are individuals complaining about what they feel to be wrong. Their only cohesion is the negative assault on the leader. It’s a magical numbers theory, but in my experience it is a pretty accurate assessment of small group behavior.

    • ghostsniper March 11, 2024, 3:41 AM

      Thanks Anne.
      Your last 3 words have given me something to look into.
      “Small Group Behavior” vs “Large Group Behavior”

    • DT March 11, 2024, 7:16 PM

      Being in the midst of 12 people is more than too much for me. I can pretend to deal with it, but pretend is all it is.

  • ghostsniper March 11, 2024, 12:55 PM

    something wrong with the current post, the pic of the earth
    can’t get anything to post there

    • ghostsniper March 11, 2024, 1:31 PM

      it finally posted 2 hours later.
      musta been a kink in the hose.

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