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March 14, 2012, 08:42:04 PM
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yeah? where are you going to stash the guns?
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March 15, 2012, 07:41:57 PM
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yeah? where are you going to stash the guns?

The park, the woods, abandoned houses(not so good idea?), a river, a lake(water tight container in this case). GPS is so cheap today its not even funny, so that would not really be a problem, even if it were not very accurate, as long as you were also given some landmark too, like the 3rd bush from the left from that red house as you come in from the highway, approaching from the north.

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March 17, 2012, 04:49:57 PM
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i love all these armchair revolutionaries talking about how the government can take SR down, "but they can't kill TOR and BTC" bullshit.

they can do whatever the fuck they want.

they can't stop TOR and BTC - but are you going to fuck with that shit when they are threatening you not to?

they said the same shit about file sharing sites - now many of them are shutting down VOLUNTARILY. cuz they are scared.


we got guys under indefinite detention in this country.

so let's stop all this "from my cold dead hands" gayness.

arguing from the constitution is fail - it's worthless.
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March 18, 2012, 12:30:29 AM
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i love all these armchair revolutionaries talking about how the government can take SR down, "but they can't kill TOR and BTC" bullshit.

they can do whatever the fuck they want.

they can't stop TOR and BTC - but are you going to fuck with that shit when they are threatening you not to?

they said the same shit about file sharing sites - now many of them are shutting down VOLUNTARILY. cuz they are scared.


we got guys under indefinite detention in this country.

so let's stop all this "from my cold dead hands" gayness.

arguing from the constitution is fail - it's worthless.

you are 100% right. The current internet is broken, so we need a new network, set up in such a way that it is better for freedom of speech and such, and not friendly to draconian legislation and control.

Other than that, all you can do is arm yourself with liberty and serve justice to those that need it most. I am a firm believer in fighting fire with fire, as we all know protesting is usually slow and ineffective.

The constitution is just a piece of paper with stuff written on it 224 years, 6 months and 1 day ago. it is only useful (or has power) as long as both parties agree to obey and defend it. The only binding law is the law that gets defended. Everything anyone ever does is nothing more than a bunch of agreements. For example, your money is an agreement to pay debt as a later date. Your bank accounts are nothing more than a running total of amounts of "money" to be moved around to certain people/entities.

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March 18, 2012, 02:03:53 AM
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If I was tasked with the job of taking down the Armoury the first thing I would do is fill it with bogus listings and ship RFID tracked packages and pick up the buyers, spreading uncertainty in the market so nobody trusts it. To get at old sellers order their stuff, and trace the serial numbers and match it up with their shipping locations to narrow it down.
RFID tracked packages? good luck detecting them from more than 10 m away Roll Eyes

It is pitch black. You are likely to be eaten by a grue.

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March 18, 2012, 02:04:11 AM
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hm

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April 04, 2012, 12:53:52 PM
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Mc gyver can.  Tongue Tongue
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