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Old 03-28-2014, 02:55 PM   #21
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with our tyrannical government in place, isnt every day a emergency ?
lol,lol,lol


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Prior to my getting the CWP (years ago), we had a hurricane that a lot of people did not evacuate (me included).
The following 5 days we were without power, had National Guard handing out MREs, ice, and water.
The state of emergency was still in effect, and looting was taking place on those houses that were evacuated.
The wild life were displaced and it was not uncommon to encounter something that bit or had toxin.

This bill has merit and should be passed.

In 04? We got hit in micco head on by jeane and frances back to back and had no power for 2 months. If it wernt for the red cross food cart and the MREs we probly woulda starved.

I remember the red cross taco cheese wouldnt melt . so I held a lighter up to it and it still didnt melt rather caught fire like a match . I still wonder what that crap was .


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Old 03-29-2014, 01:11 AM   #23
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In 04? We got hit in micco head on by jeane and frances back to back and had no power for 2 months. If it wernt for the red cross food cart and the MREs we probly woulda starved.

I remember the red cross taco cheese wouldnt melt . so I held a lighter up to it and it still didnt melt rather caught fire like a match . I still wonder what that crap was .
2 months?! My god! Just out of curiosity, did you have any preps in place like long term food/water storage? That sounds scary as hell. I'm not some extreme prepper but I've stocked up some food and things to aid in water storage and purification. I definitely don't have 2 months worth though. Yikes glad to hear you DIDN'T starve.
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2 months?! My god! Just out of curiosity, did you have any preps in place like long term food/water storage? That sounds scary as hell. I'm not some extreme prepper but I've stocked up some food and things to aid in water storage and purification. I definitely don't have 2 months worth though. Yikes glad to hear you DIDN'T starve.
No , back then I was in full sheeple mode. Living in a alchohol and pot induced haze of ignorance. I had NOTHING . I bathed in the pool for the first week till the pool turned into a swamp . After that I was taking bottled water showers in the driveway every 2-3 days . I had like 1 .38 with 1 cylinder of ammo. Food ran out after about a week or two . I saw 2 guys beat the living sh#t out of each other for the last gallon of milk 15 miles away . It was a real eye opener as to what the first 2 months of teotwawki / wrol freaking nightmare.

The first hurricane hit 145mph sustained with gusts up to 190mph ... I didn't evacuate and was in my garage although it was night time you could still partially see and definitely hear the catastrophe unfolding .

In the Distance every couple minutes you'd see this ominous bluish/green glow from transformers blowing accross town . I saw a approx 60 ft mobile home doing cartwheels down my street end over end . The sound was undescribable.

The day after devastation. Looked like a bomb had gone off debris from mobile homes everywhere . The shingles on my roof were stripped and part of the tar paper too . we had water in the house.. as I said we ran out of food about a week or two later . Kept alive by national guard MREs and red cross food truck . National Guard with M16s posted every .5 mile in my area . Part of US-1 main highway on the coast had washed into the Indian River . Travel was impossible. this continued for about 27 days . Then power came back on ... for about 4 days .....

The 2nd hurricane hit 150mph sustained gusts up to 197 mph . when it began I knew what was coming after the first. up to 100mph I was sh$tfaced hanging out of a tree with a bottle of jack in my hand 70ft up until a smaller tree next to it split in half and I thought ok time to get down .

National guard and red cross had evacuated . I had no food like 3 MREs maybe a gallon or two of water left . At one point I was in bed trying to sleep and the strongest gust of that storm kicked my bed off the wall 6 inches. I could hear the stickframe of our house popping and whinning . I thought the house was coming down . I jumped up and ran into the garage where I had my bronco sitting in 4wd with the tailgate down backed up to the door . flew into the back and jumped into the driver seat getting ready to evac to .... uhh ?? the gust let up and the house didnt come down . I slept the rest of the night in the bronco .

Next day ... Utter and complete devastation ........again . What was left standing was now gone. tornados and the hurricane wiped pretty much everything out . Now entire sections of US -1 were gone both northbound lanes and part of the median had washed away . my roof was now completely stripped of all shingles and all tar paper . sheeting was loose and sheeting clips were gone . I had a 1ft of standing water in the house. walls were wrecked.
2 days later i was starving .. Finally red cross and national guard returned . Thank god.

The next month was like being a helpless domesticated victim living in the stone age . 30 days later we got power back . My town must have looked like the ocean from the sky . Blue fema tarps had been thrown over every house that was still upright . for miles .

Was amazing I survived . Looting rampant . Fights everywhere from the misery factor .

Hope I never see anything like it again .
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I like that idea wish oklahome would do that too


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A law stating that no city/county officials can attempt to disarm the public, AKA post Katrina would be more helpful.
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It's not just a U.S. problem, either.

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Sounds like a good idea but what happens when you have to evacuate across state lines. All of a sudden you become a felon for illegally carrying?
Is there a clarification under the proposed bill??
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It seems that is was passed.
http://www.mediaite.com/online/florida-may-waive-concealed-weapon-laws-during-riots/

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It was passed in the Fl house, but not the Fl Senate... yet.

It's a good law, but I do have a question. Why did they specify concealed? I'm certainly not complaining, just curious. Have you heard anything?

One other thing. This isn't during any emergency. It must be a declared emergency. That adds another question. Does it have to be a declared emergency at the state level or will this law apply if your local sheriff declares an emergency? They do have the authority to do so, but I need to see the law as passed before I can answer that question.
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There is no open carry and it would be harder to pass as an open carry law (we still have anti-gun zealots).

A state of emergency can entail a lot of things. Storms are only one example. I believe the governor has the authority to declare a state of emergency. (Danny Rolling episode could have been a state of emergency in Gainsville. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Danny_Rolling )

I see this as a camel getting its nose in the tent.



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