Skip to comments.The Most Dangerous City In America : Max, Nebraska (8min video)
Posted on 01/22/2014 12:51:25 PM PST by virgil283
A city free of government...A city with no manager, no police, no building inspector, no streets department, ,..the people do it themselves. Nice video.
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They may not have a city government, but they do have a county government, Dundy County, to be exact. There are lots of places like that.
Lemme guess. No Amish either.
I’m sure the federal government is quaking in its boots. </sarcasm>
Sounds worth a visit.
You mean, Isl-Amish?
“We’re from the Government and we’re here to help you” LOL
If I had to live in that town I’d go stark,raving,mad.
You realize if you like it and decide to move there you'll increase the population by just under 2%?
Laugh all you want, but the country of Belgium survived for over a year without a national government. Are they just smarter than we are?
I see only two issues with living there, cold, and snow, I moved away from that state to escape those two things, and don’t plan on dealing with those issues again.
I want A “Max- Most Feared City” T-Shirt.
Hulbert, OK is a close second.
That is, for the Joe Citizen who isn’t aware of the speed trap as you drive between Ft Gibson Lake and Tahlequah...
Yep, the federal gangsta should have all rights to raise money revoked, balanced budget ammenments in every state, if there are excesses they are to fund border control and military. Obamma has inverted the co nstitution.
If they exist, I want one too. Do you know how to silk-screen?
I wanna move there....I would be more than happy to fill in a few potholes.
No, I wish I did and had a little start up money. I have a bunch of T-Shirt ideas, but no artistic skills.
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