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Message Subject Things I Look Forward To When The Shit Hits The Fan...
Poster Handle Anonymous Coward
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OP I agree that some vehicles are RIDICULOUSLY large, but a 4x4 diesel powered beast will be pretty fucking handy I can tell you.

I am also looking forward to cops having to burn their uniforms so they don't get lynched.

I am looking forward to that drive down my road that I will take, chainsaw in the back, about 20km outta do it... then get out and start dropping trees over the road. So if anyone is going to make it to my remote farm, they'll have done it by walking or riding a bike for a long, hilly distance. Therefore if they do make it to my front gate, they'll be begging for help, rather than armed and ready for a fight.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 610727


Not necessarily. Youve got to think a bit more stategical than that. I can tell you i would shpw up begging for help, ill be the ghost you dont see, until its too late.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 28049574


*sigh* there's always got to be someone who thinks they're going to be able to best my defenses even though I've only hinted at 5% of my whole plan.

Put it to you this way (I see you're Aussie so you'll know the name), I've given a Telstra technician directions to my place so he could come out and fix something. He got lost on two attempts. I had to go to the nearest town and escort him out to my place.

If you managed to find the trees I've dropped over the road, 90% chance you're already lost. And (here's the main point) you will have already passed plenty of softer targets.

Why would you risk more of your precious resources battling down a road that's getting tougher and tougher? It makes no sense. You might as well follow a rainbow looking for a pot of gold.
 
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