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It's hit my area and they made curfew

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#21 by tasman1 » Wed Apr 08, 2020 19:41

Hi Valerie , how many tanks , nuclear submarine and aircraft carrier in front of your house ?
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#22 by valerie » Wed Apr 08, 2020 19:54

HaHa. Well I am not near the ocean but I am not too far from a military base.
It's quiet here where I live and rarely do I even hear a helicopter fly over....when
I do it is usually one of those med vac choppers.

Where I lived before moving here, I lived very very near a military munitions plant.
There would be choppers flying in there day and night over my house and/or over
the fields near my house. There would be louse KABOOM'S that would shake the
entire house at times. That base was there for many many years. Then one day
it went KABOOM! super loud. Someone goofed and blew the whole place up.
Several died and they never rebuilt.

Where I live, the biggest threats are earthquake and tornadoes. I live on a fault line.
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#23 by Darkstar2 » Wed Apr 08, 2020 21:11

Be careful Valerie, if you see tanks and military nearby it means they are coming to get you and everyone to put in FEMA camps :P Remember what I told you before, do not hide in the washer or dryer, now might be a good time to make a run for it :P
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#24 by tasman1 » Wed Apr 08, 2020 21:26

Darkstar2 wrote: Be careful Valerie, if you see tanks and military nearby it means they are coming to get you and everyone to put in FEMA camps :P Remember what I told you before, do not hide in the washer or dryer, now might be a good time to make a run for it :P





Think she have few guns home and maybe one or two bazuka
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#25 by valerie » Thu Apr 09, 2020 07:09

I don't think fema camps is what we have to worry about.

But I ain't going no where peacefully.......except maybe shopping.
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#26 by zegon » Thu Apr 09, 2020 10:54

valerie wrote: The provisions of the curfew are:

• Those 18 and younger should not be in public between the hours of 8 p.m. and 6 a.m. unless accompanied by a parent or legal guardian, or on the way or actively engaged in employment.

• Groups of 10 or more people congregating in any place open to the public are prohibited. This does not prevent unassociated persons from being in a public place, such as a grocery store or outdoor park.

The Executive Order will be enforced by all local law enforcement agencies after all reasonable efforts for voluntary compliance have been exhausted.


I got a lot of curfews in my teens , so for me it is no problem , already well trained on that phenomenon. ;)
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#27 by tasman1 » Thu Apr 09, 2020 13:55

valerie wrote: I don't think fema camps is what we have to worry about.

But I ain't going no where peacefully.......except maybe shopping.





18 Perfect , straight , long tomato stick , with sharp knife on top , added to my collection, . just in case they come , sure can take one before I am taken
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#28 by Darkstar2 » Thu Apr 09, 2020 14:23

valerie wrote: I don't think fema camps is what we have to worry about.

Not for now anyways, but this whole pandemic may be the flip of the switch to activate a one world order
I don't think the world can afford another pandemic like that - so there will have to be a universal set of rules that all countries will be required to follow, and the sense of "normality" will never be the same again. If people are not too selfish, we might avoid another pandemic for maybe the next century, otherwise we could be in the same situation again next year, and next and next. Already they have begun accelerated implementations of new technology and restrictions. Stores are beginning to phase out money, some have done so already, but others have been forced to do so given the current context. So I would expect eventually cash to disappear. Then you have talks about including RFID into vaccines, using geolocation to locate people, etc. Reality has to change big time for the best interest of everyone concerned, we don't want anymore pandemics.

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But I ain't going no where peacefully.......except maybe shopping.

Yep, you've established that crystal clear :lol:
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#29 by Darkstar2 » Thu Apr 09, 2020 14:25

tasman1 wrote:
valerie wrote: I don't think fema camps is what we have to worry about.

But I ain't going no where peacefully.......except maybe shopping.





18 Perfect , straight , long tomato stick , with sharp knife on top , added to my collection, . just in case they come , sure can take one before I am taken

Well they will come with them big guns, those tall ginsu tomato knives you have there won't do you no good, they'll come like the thief in the night and put you in a straight jacket - Remember what I told Valerie, do not be tempted to hide in the washing machine, I know that some people have top loading machines, so they are spacious and make a good hiding place, but that's the first place they look :P
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#30 by valerie » Thu Apr 09, 2020 15:40

I was thinking about hiding under the house.

Eh well, too much work I suppose. I'll fight them and let em kill me. I'd
rather be dead than eat soggy oatmeal every day.
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#31 by Darkstar2 » Fri Apr 10, 2020 09:54

valerie wrote: I was thinking about hiding under the house.

Eh well, too much work I suppose. I'll fight them and let em kill me. I'd
rather be dead than eat soggy oatmeal every day.

The crawl space under the house, not a good idea, unless you don't mind sharing the space with snakes, scorpion and God knows what else is hiding there :P

Oatmeal ? That's news to me, i wouldn't mind eating that daily, though I doubt they would feed only that, as I'm not sure you can survive on that alone, unless they feed you some cheap "slop" version and give you cheap vitamins - Either way we'll all find out soon enough :lol: I just hope they use steel cut oatmeal and not the instant packet kind that is loaded with sugar :mrgreen:
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#32 by valerie » Fri Apr 10, 2020 10:15

Well, the crawl space under the house is mighty large, actually.
It's also rather clean with the plastic type stuff over the ground.
I was thinking I could dig a deep hole and crawl inside, then pull
the plastic over me. TaDa! It wouldn't save me because I'd have
my dog with me and he barks at everything that moves. :(

I like the oatmeal that is loaded with sugar. Only the Walmart
brand of instant brown sugar maple oatmeal. Eat a bowl of that
and you can run around the house skipping.
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#33 by jjohnson777 » Fri Apr 10, 2020 12:56

Sounds like great shopping as you spend zero dollars. But agree all store websites greatly upset me past month. Yet the pizza ones work like normal.
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#34 by splat44 » Sat Apr 11, 2020 12:07

Agree!

However, it's summer time, we should should worry! Why?

In my city "city hall" issued something like their staff and councillors not working inside that building until end of June.
Could mean Canada day celebrations be cancelled.

That could be the same for US "Independence Day"
Hopefully outbreak dies down before.

valerie wrote: I would have preferred this virus happen months ago, during the winter here.

It is Spring now in the USA. Summer is soon to arrive.

It's gonna be a long hot summer.
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