Jump to content
IGNORED

Dead Murderer Found in Bunker


Caxpax

Recommended Posts

The list-writer, though a bit "intense" seeming, mentions that those who do not wish to bring a KJV Bible can/should bring other reading material…And out of 36 listed items, I only see three weapons; has the list changed?

Link to comment
Share on other sites

We have pockets of people kind of like that in NE AL, but they are small in number and not as bat-shit crazy. One enclave was raided a few years ago, and the whole group was arrested and DHR took the kids away because there was a mini-meth lab (the area is known as Meth Mountain) in the same room where the kids slept! After that incident they either changed their ways, went further underground, or left the area. I'm thinking the latter of the two. I just hope it's not near me.

Link to comment
Share on other sites

Yeah, we've been following this story here. It's crazy. I'm waiting to hear his motive for killing his family. I wonder if his wife was trying to leave him so he killed her? Or was his plan all along to kill his family & live in his bunker just because he's batshit crazy?

Link to comment
Share on other sites

Survivalists per se don't bother me. Every one of us is a "survivalist" in some way, and if people want to spend their money and time on things like that I view it no differently than I do gardening or sewing or fitness training. The problem is murder and abuse, but I don't know how the government would be able to put a stop to such things without also monitoring a whole bunch of kooky but innocent people and thus seriously overstepping its bounds.

Link to comment
Share on other sites

True, but you have to wonder why so many of them have stockpiles and arsenals of weapons (some of which are illegal to own) and manufacturing drugs to sell to fund their arsenal. The leader of the group I mentioned even said he does not recognize the government of the U.S. That's not your typical survivalist, that a bat-shit crazy survivalist.

BTW: I believe in the right to bear arms, I'm speaking of the behavior of these people.

Link to comment
Share on other sites

Yeah, we've been following this story here. It's crazy. I'm waiting to hear his motive for killing his family. I wonder if his wife was trying to leave him so he killed her? Or was his plan all along to kill his family & live in his bunker just because he's batshit crazy?

I am so fucking tired of reading stories where a man offs his entire family because the relationship went sour or he lost his job or whatever.

Link to comment
Share on other sites

True, but you have to wonder why so many of them have stockpiles and arsenals of weapons (some of which are illegal to own) and manufacturing drugs to sell to fund their arsenal. The leader of the group I mentioned even said he does not recognize the government of the U.S. That's not your typical survivalist, that a bat-shit crazy survivalist.

BTW: I believe in the right to bear arms, I'm speaking of the behavior of these people.

Blame the pundits who stir up irrational fears and the gun lobbies who misconstrue any rational limits on gun ownership as "coming for your guns!"

Link to comment
Share on other sites

Survivalists per se don't bother me. Every one of us is a "survivalist" in some way, and if people want to spend their money and time on things like that I view it no differently than I do gardening or sewing or fitness training. The problem is murder and abuse, but I don't know how the government would be able to put a stop to such things without also monitoring a whole bunch of kooky but innocent people and thus seriously overstepping its bounds.

Agreed. It's not a bad idea to squirrel away food and other helpful items for hard times or natural disaster. The guns? Not so much. In a crisis situation, guns will only escalate the threat of violence. But having non-perishable foodstuffs in the house? Makes sense to me.

Link to comment
Share on other sites

Blame the pundits who stir up irrational fears and the gun lobbies who misconstrue any rational limits on gun ownership as "coming for your guns!"

srsly. This murder brought to you courtesy of Fox News.

Link to comment
Share on other sites

srsly. This murder brought to you courtesy of Fox News.

It really scares me what some of these people would do during a natural disaster, or some other situation that (to them) smacked of "martial law."

Link to comment
Share on other sites

Gun collections don't bother me. There were law-abiding gun owners who had their guns confiscated in the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina and then had their property damaged by looters, so I do see guns as something one might want to have in the event of a natural disaster for self-defense. If someone wants to collect guns or canned food or tactical gear, I do not care. What matters is if the survivalists in question are abiding the law. If they're Burt Gummer, there's no reason to treat them like David Koresh.

Link to comment
Share on other sites

Blame the pundits who stir up irrational fears and the gun lobbies who misconstrue any rational limits on gun ownership as "coming for your guns!"

I disagree with this to an extent. The bat-shit crazy people I'm talking about keep a low profile until they're ready to pounce. Most of the gun lobbyist I know are responsible gun owners. But that's my own person experience though.

Link to comment
Share on other sites

I disagree with this to an extent. The bat-shit crazy people I'm talking about keep a low profile until they're ready to pounce. Most of the gun lobbyist I know are responsible gun owners. But that's my own person experience though.

By "lobbyist" I mean actual, paid lobbyists. Not your average gun owner.

Link to comment
Share on other sites

srsly. This murder brought to you courtesy of Fox News.

I am not being snarky but I missed where Fox News caused this guy to go insane and kill his family. I admit to having issues to focusing while reading this weekend but did it really say that Fox caused it or just guessing? severaal people said it was because of fox news but after rereading it 3 times I missed it, where am I missing it? :?

Link to comment
Share on other sites

Agreed. It's not a bad idea to squirrel away food and other helpful items for hard times or natural disaster. The guns? Not so much. In a crisis situation, guns will only escalate the threat of violence. But having non-perishable foodstuffs in the house? Makes sense to me.

If you have a gun but no food and someone else has food but no gun, you can force them to share. ;)

At the end of each Doomsday Preppers show on National Geographic, there's an assessment of the survivalists, looking for spots that need improving. There was a family that had alternate food and fuel sources and were ready to be self sustaining, but didn't own guns. It was recommended they consider that WTSHTF, they might need guns to defend their home and get to benefit from all their stockpiling.

Link to comment
Share on other sites

Archived

This topic is now archived and is closed to further replies.



  • Trending Content

  • Recent Status Updates

    • Maggie Mae

      Maggie Mae

      What do people do in the Sonoran desert? I've hiked the hikes I wanted to do. Seems like all that is left is golf, shopping at chains that exist everywhere, and stuff I've done. Oh and eating. I can only eat so many times a day. It's too cold to rent a paddleboard or swim. 
      · 0 replies
    • KnittingOwl

      KnittingOwl

      First snow storm of the season hit today. It got windy tonight, and we lost power. Somehow this continues to be a shock to PSE. Why they refuse to upgrade the infrastructure or do something so that 10s of thousands of people don’t lose power and heat literally every time it’s windy, I do not understand. We live in the Pacific Northwest. It gets windy!
      · 3 replies
    • louisa05

      louisa05

      Nebraska's new football coach is an evangelical bullshit artist who participates in "Man Up Ministries" conferences in the off season. Their motto is "Fighting for Biblical Manhood". Excuse me while I go vomit. 
      · 2 replies
    • 47of74

      47of74

      Don't know I'd charge quite that much though.
       

      · 0 replies
    • 47of74

      47of74

      Wisconsin’s first thanksgiving 

      · 0 replies
    • mango_fandango

      mango_fandango

      Long time no visit…
      COVID has finally caught up with me. Dad tested positive first, last Friday, then my mother, brother and I all tested positive today. Main symptom is feeling really really tired. Hopefully it doesn’t get much worse 🤞 
      · 1 reply
    • 47of74

      47of74

      Yeah probably not the best place to put that quote...

      · 0 replies
    • 47of74

      47of74

      If I still did the Catholic thing with confession this would be the priest who heard mine..

      · 0 replies
    • BlackberryGirl

      BlackberryGirl

      Do I wear it?
      i was given a vintage, 70 year old mink coat. It fits like it was made for me. Somehow my cousin, who is 8 years older than me came into 3 gorgeous fur coats from a granddaughter of a woman her mother knew. We’re talking women who died in the mid 60’s.  None of them would fit her or any other of the women in my family. Yay for essentially being a ball. Everyone else is about 5’7 or more and all outweigh me by 50+. 
       
      it is just gorgeous. What women in Skokie and Highland Park many years ago, when I still lived there would call a “serviceable” fur. It was the fur they’d wear to a good restaurant, but not the opera or symphony.
      do I wear it? I’d love to, and I live in hunting country so fur isn’t looked down on. But is it wrong?  Arrrgh god its pretty.
      · 6 replies
    • JoyfulSel

      JoyfulSel

      A modern day love story: Guy reaches out to you, you think he's cute so you start talking to him, give him your number. Guy then messages if you're free, you reply yes, guy never responds again. Love that. 👌
      · 1 reply
  • Recent Blog Entries

×
×
  • Create New...

Important Information

By using this site, you agree to our Terms of Use.