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Old 04-22-2013, 12:28 AM   #51
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Here's the instructional video we like most...
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=evr_tP9cJWY
That's hysterical right there and about as perfect a fit as hand-me-down Sunday Clothes get.

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It wasn't easy to find. Just plain dumb luck and a lot of frustrating searches.
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It would be good to have a bug out location in the mountains (Appalachians) along with locations in other places. But make sure you pick a place ahead of time and know the area. I would suggest a National Forrest if you don't know anyone that would take you in. Do not go into the mountains and just wonder around on private property. If you go into the wrong holler you won't leave. Mountain folks tend to take trespassing a little more personal than the rest of us. And be prepared to for everyone else to have the same idea.
Go Appalachia woo just don't stumble upon a moonshine still
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Go Appalachia woo just don't stumble upon a moonshine still
I would rather fight bear. Naked. With my hands tied behind my back and my teeth covered with a mouth guard, before running up on a redneck protecting his still.

There simply is no telling what would happen to you if you did run up on someone's moonshining operation.
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There simply is no telling what would happen to you if you did run up on someone's moonshining operation.
Incorrect, sir. It's common knowledge exactly what would happen.
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Incorrect, sir. It's common knowledge exactly what would happen.
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Welcome PointBlank;
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Video Link: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=evr_tP9cJWY
Yea I'm new and I've seen it so much its just not cool
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"Yea I'm new and I've seen it so much its just not cool"
LOL Sure. Anyway, I'd say you should definitely bug out to the mountains. As fast, far, and high as you can get.
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LOL Sure. Anyway, I'd say you should definitely bug out to the mountains. As fast, far, and high as you can get.
You do make a good point...! At thirty thousand feet , not much can get to you ,
Like nothing at all..! just have to come down 12'000 feet or so to bag an occasional Yak..!
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