posted on Mar, 23 2011 @ 02:56 PM
Originally posted by JizzyMcButter
Awesome! Just in time for me to head back to Washington next week to get back to work.
I'm just going to work long enough to get together enough money and move back to Colorado permanently, it at least won't be as bad as the west coast
is going to see this year.
Does being situated 1 or 2 thousand miles to the east really make a difference?
If so, then how? Please elaborate. For instance...is being situated at the base of the rockies, on the east exposure, beneficial? What if it rains?
I am pissed at the media blackout, but more than this, I am curious. Everyone's saying go east go east, and then what? Eventually you'll wind up in
Japan, just upwind of the monster. Is that the safest place?
It'd be really good to know exactly how many big bomb's worth of energy is being disseminated here, you know?
They won't talk, and it will go one of two ways. Either more centralized state power, or more off grid rebellion. Certainly, tptb have a vested
interest in one of these, and possibly both, if the the slave revolt becomes serious. A thing like this makes even tptb hesitant to broadcast their
prepared sound bytes, and there are thousands of them, standing pretty in the green room, waiting.
Never let a crisis go to waste. We've heard them say this, and we know it's the way they work.
Hell, I'll grab my bug out bag and walk to the North Pole....
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