posted on Nov, 20 2009 @ 04:40 AM
I thought about this a lot. The thing is, we just don't know. We see people and wonder if they know whats going on, and usually assume the worst. But
they might be more prepared than I am.
I hardly ever directly talk about these things face to face with people. But when I insert a phrase like "police state" or "9/11 BS" into the
occasional conversation, testing the waters, I've been pleasantly surprised to find a like-minded person. It doesn't happen often, but it
I go by the little things to judge how ready people are. For example, at my local small gunstore I asked the dealer how many ARs he sells in a week,
and at that one place they sell at least 10. People don't buy them for hunting. And over a years time that is a lot of rifles sold to people that
intend to use them for what they are made for.
And that isn't the only store in the area. And that's just one model of rifle, not counting AKs etc..
People are arming up. business.timesonline.co.uk...
I tend to think that there are
more out there than we realize.
I agree somewhat, but I see so many people today who are clueless as to what's going on beyond the little snippets on the 11 o clock news.
Wait until THEY get raked over the coals. I venture to say that we all were like this, until something happened. We weren't born this way.