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Chris Simcox's Tombstone Border Report, 6-04-04
American Patrol ^ | 06-04-2004 | Chris Simcox

Posted on 06/06/2004 12:26:16 PM PDT by NewRomeTacitus

Between June 6 and June 12, Civil Homeland Defense of Tombstone will be deploying at least 40 skilled civilians into the field to help the beleagured U.S. Border Patrol "seal the border," as was promised by officials of DHS. Twenty-four hour patrols will be conducted in Palominas, a renowned hotbed of illegal alien border-crossers and drug smugglers. Saying that "civil homeland defense begins with securing our borders," Chris Simcox, editor of the Tombstone Tumbleweed and head of Civil Homeland Defense, has promised to guide volunteers from all over the United States to aid the federal government in the performance of its duties.

ABC (Arizona Border Control Initiative) promised to put 250 additional agents in Arizona, supplemented by UAV's (unmanned aerial vehicles) to track alien movement by June first. A spokesman for USBP admitted that only 25% of the additional agents promised have been deployed, and they are the "Bor-STAR" (Border Search And Rescue) agents, primarily to assist trespassers in distress. Experienced agents are still being "selected and transferred." There are no UAV's to guide agents to their targets, although the technology is available and ready.

While Robert Bonner in Washington blithely assures citizens that illegal immigration is declining, the Border Patrol statistics from the Tucson Sector tell the truth: illegal immigration for FY 2004 beginning in October through May 31, 2004 is up almost 60% over last year, at 337,481 apprehensions. IT is estimated that at least 1,700 aliens A DAY are apprehended crossing the border from Mexico into Arizona. And while the USBP will not release the number of illegal aliens arrested for other crimes committed either in Mexico or the United States, the rate of felony arrests is up over 800% over this time last year!

On Memorial Day weekend, the volunteers of Civil Homeland Defense spotted 150 illegals crossing and aided the Border Patrol in apprehending 45 of them. Border Patrol agents are getting scarcer and scarcer, as warm weather brings more flocks of illegals and potential terrorists swarming across Arizona's poorly-defended border.

Civil Homeland Defense' volunteers will do all they can to "shut the border down" in the Palominas area in June. There will be no charge to the government or the public for this service.


TOPICS: Crime/Corruption; Culture/Society; Mexico; US: Arizona
KEYWORDS: abci; aliens; border; borderpatrol; chd; illegalimmigration; simcox
Gotta love that last part.
1 posted on 06/06/2004 12:26:18 PM PDT by NewRomeTacitus
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To: gubamyster; HiJinx; Libertarianize the GOP; B4Ranch; hedgetrimmer; longtermmemmory; spodefly; ...

Mourning Break


2 posted on 06/06/2004 12:27:12 PM PDT by NewRomeTacitus (http://www.prophetofdoom.net/)
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To: NewRomeTacitus
I notice no more talk of "legalization" from 1900 Pennsylvania Ave. since he singlehandedly created the new "Citizenship Rush" with his ill advised remarks on January 7.

I can only pray that he can keep his mouth shut every time he even thinks about discussing immigration. I'm sure Ridge and Rummy are still recovering from The Rove fiasco in January.

Rumors are that they now personally review his cue cards before he steps in front of a camera so that he doesn't run up millions in addition boarder security costs as he did in January. They need all the cash they can lay their hands on to fight the Islamists.

3 posted on 06/06/2004 12:48:32 PM PDT by Amerigomag
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To: NewRomeTacitus

This will be an interesting week.


4 posted on 06/06/2004 12:53:10 PM PDT by JackelopeBreeder (Proud to be a loco gringo armed vigilante terrorist cucaracha!)
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To: NewRomeTacitus
Civil Homeland Defense' volunteers will do all they can to "shut the border down" in the Palominas area in June. There will be no charge to the government or the public for this service.

that's how things get done right in this country. Personal initiative. I like it!

5 posted on 06/06/2004 1:00:10 PM PDT by TheSpottedOwl (Torrance Ca....land of the flying monkeys)
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To: NewRomeTacitus

He's a former teacher of a popular celebrity West Los Angeles private school.


6 posted on 06/06/2004 1:32:48 PM PDT by hasegawasama
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To: NewRomeTacitus
And while the USBP will not release the number of illegal aliens arrested for other crimes committed either in Mexico or the United States, the rate of felony arrests is up over 800% over this time last year!

800% increase in Felony arrest. And the PD's probably have about the same number of LEO's on the force. Make me wonder how many crimes are not accounted for by arrest and what the REAL increase of criminal border invaders might be.

7 posted on 06/06/2004 1:46:48 PM PDT by TLI (...........ITINERIS IMPENDEO VALHALLA..........)
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To: Amerigomag; JackelopeBreeder; TheSpottedOwl; All
While I mourn the passing of a beloved president as much as anyone we know he screwed the pooch with the 1986 amnesty. What many don't know is that it was more structured and conditional than the one President Bush tried to float. As Reagan's was abused to death by succeeding agendas we certainly can not ignore that lesson.

I pray that the terrorists won't successfully pull off any attacks on us. If they should I hope the losses are minimal and serve only to fortify American resolve. Too many members dismiss the government's disregard of our security, somehow believing that the erasure of sovereignty is good for our country's future (even writing that sounded insane).

Arizona Democrats are hosting Kerry this week in Phoenix. They happily crow that the state is about to fall in their laps due, in part, to it's rapidly increasing population. I would ask the employers of cheap (criminal) labor if their actions are worth losing what influence they have on their government if I weren't convinced that most business types are congenitally unable to see beyond the next 4th quarter. That government takes it's cues from such non-visionaries astounds me.

Ping list! Anyone wanting off or on my ping list please tell me through FReep mail. I constructed it by noting who makes a habit of commenting on the subject of illegal immigration. If you have your own list please include me (searching can be a dirge at times).

8 posted on 06/06/2004 2:00:09 PM PDT by NewRomeTacitus
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To: NewRomeTacitus

BTTT


9 posted on 06/06/2004 3:14:05 PM PDT by spodefly (This post meets the minimum daily requirements for cynicism and irony.)
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To: NewRomeTacitus
Too many members dismiss the government's disregard of our security

Most of us in the border states harbor deep resentment towards ANY politicians who encourage more illegal immigration, either through their pandering or their refusal to demand more border control.

Allowing hordes of illegal aliens to enter our country and making us pay for it is the biggest scam on American taxpayers in recent history. Mexicans come over the border over and over again with no problem, what makes the politicians think that terrorists can't do the same? Don't they care? They have families too. Are they all sleeping through this mess?

10 posted on 06/06/2004 3:43:29 PM PDT by janetgreen (PRESIDENT BUSH - WAKE UP, WE'RE BEING INVADED!)
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To: NewRomeTacitus
ONLY PATRIOTS DO THIS TYPE OF THING!

Civil Homeland Defense' volunteers will do all they can to "shut the border down" in the Palominas area in June. There will be no charge to the government or the public for this service.

11 posted on 06/06/2004 4:30:14 PM PDT by B4Ranch (Ignore your rights and they'll go away.)
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To: janetgreen; All
Some ask me why I'm so interested in the problems of California, Arizona, etc. when I live in Tennessee. I believe if the federal government presumes it has ultimate power and unfairly imposes unfunded mandates that hurts more states than others, we "flyovers" have to see the big picture in order to defend every state from the progressive harm.

You and our brethren in the other border states served as the defensive door of our nation until recent years have seen that door trampled down and the citizens putting up with far more trouble than the Redcoats inflicted when their presence enraged the colonists. Similarly, we have plenty of "loyalist" traitors telling us that we're wrong to oppose the invaders. They, like their historical precursers, need to be run off to the country whose interests they placed over ours. Good luck with the water and please forget to write.

We've been trying to solve this problem the right way when the only option our enemies leave us is the wrong way. When we cite law they subvert the lawmakers. When we point to the employers they manipulate the politicians who depend most upon business contributions. In short, we are hamstrung by our adherence to the rules when forced to deal with pirate tactics.

If they want to be pirates we have to be corsairs. Object, raise hell, call them to the carpet, put up with no bullying or cutting in line. There's a minor tuberculosis epidemic happening directly attributable to illegal students in our classrooms (over 6,000 the last I heard). It would be major news if not for it's source. One American child dying from such a preventable disease is one too many. If you've kept up with this subject you know the invasion is not only spreading disease but outright corruption where it was never seen before.

Fight back or get used to buying lubricant. I feel ashamed that the heroes we are commemorating wouldn't recognize the country they fought to preserve.

12 posted on 06/06/2004 5:02:34 PM PDT by NewRomeTacitus (Aaargh!)
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To: NewRomeTacitus
While I mourn the passing of a beloved president as much as anyone we know he screwed the pooch with the 1986 amnesty

Three Infamous Dates To Remember As Sovereignty Slides Away

November 6, 1986 President Reagan signs the IRCA. The Immigration Reform and Control Act of 1986 was passed to control unauthorized immigration to the United States. Under the amnesty provision, illegal aliens who lived continuously in the United States since before January 1, 1982, could have applied to the Immigration and Naturalization Service (INS) for legal resident status by May 4, 1988, the application cutoff date. The Special Agricultural Worker (SAW) program of IRCA program was included in the law to allow producers of perishable crops, who typically have relied heavily on an illegal labor supply, to adjust to recruiting and hiring legal workers. The program covers most crops but no livestock.

To that date illegal immigrant labor was chiefly employed in the agricultural sector. But, as a consequence of the act, four things followed over the next ten years. 1) Illegal immigration soared because of the hope that it created for Mexico’s poor. 2) The existing system was not able to absorb the rising number of immigrants, which gave rise to vocal and politically active cultural separatists from within its ranks. 3) The surplus of illegal immigrants found their way into the services industries, which provided year around employment, and they started bringing their families north. 4) The Act emboldened liberal politicians nation wide who then expanded the privileges of these aliens.

President Reagan would later admit that his support of the IRCA and its unintended consequences were the one serious error in judgment during his 8 year administration.

April 16, 1999 Governor Gray Davis sends California’s appeal of Judge Pfaelzer’s final ruling with regard to California’s Proposition 187 to federal mediation with the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals. This spells the death knell for one of the most widely supported, public backlashes against the consequences of unregulated immigration fostered by the IRCA in 1986.

Rising out of the ashes of the IRCA in 1986 was a swelling illegal immigrant population in California that was being accorded access to more and more tax supported infrastructure by its liberal legislature and sweeping inclusions by the federal bench under the guise of the protection of the 14th Amendment. The populous of California rebelled. Proposition 187, an initiative originating from the people’s anger was rapidly qualified for the November 1994 ballot. The initiative limited the access of illegal immigrants to the tax-supported infrastructure. It passed by a 62% to 36% margin, nearly a two to one margin of approval. Immigrant rights groups quickly challenged the new law and it languished in the federal and state courts for almost 5 years under a permanent injunction until the newly elected Governor Davis secretly submitted it to arbitration.

This sent a clear message to Mexico’s government and its poor that the welcome mat was out in California. Today the state dedicates about 1/3 of its budget ($33B) to meet the needs of the consequences of illegal immigration since WWII.

January 7, 2004 President Bush announces an administration program to take the first steps to "normalize" the residency of millions of illegal immigrants who had been languishing in a gray zone in the US for as much as twenty years. An easy step to short term legal residency and an arduous route to citizenship is offered as an incentive for cooperation.

The announcement produced three immediate consequences. 1) A backlash from taxpayers in the Southwestern US already overburdened by the consequences of the previous mistakes. 2) A backlash from average US citizens over the policy’s effect on our boarder security in the face of a rising tide of terrorist threats. 3) A tremendous rush north by Mexico’s poor as they once again mistakenly assumed that all who come will be welcomed. Boarder incursions in Arizona rose as much as 60% in the weeks and months following the announcement.

Originally posted as a vanity yesterday at 12:50 p.m. but quickly pulled out of respect for the passing of Ronald Reagan. I will post it again as a stand alone vanity in two weeks. It never hurts to keep reminding Republicans of their heritage

13 posted on 06/06/2004 5:46:45 PM PDT by Amerigomag
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To: JackelopeBreeder

Do the BP use any light planes for reconaissance and observation? Does anybody ever see them up above? UAVs are great, but the old Cessna or Piper still works.


14 posted on 06/06/2004 5:54:28 PM PDT by Travis McGee (----- www.EnemiesForeignAndDomestic.com -----)
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To: Travis McGee

Okay, you just prompted me to post another one I saved on the drone crafts. I feel like we're tiptoing around a wake today. My CIC has been released from his torment.


15 posted on 06/06/2004 6:02:56 PM PDT by NewRomeTacitus
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To: Travis McGee
Do the BP use any light planes for reconaissance and observation? Does anybody ever see them up above? UAVs are great, but the old Cessna or Piper still works.

They have a variety of single/multi engine fixed and rotary wing aircraft at their disposal.

16 posted on 06/06/2004 6:07:59 PM PDT by TADSLOS (Right Wing Infidel since 1954)
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To: Amerigomag

I'm sorry I missed it. How much a grip on reality Schartzenegger has is anyone's guess, but it would behoove him to know that if he doesn't already. His loose-cannon stance is really getting on my nerves.


17 posted on 06/06/2004 6:12:32 PM PDT by NewRomeTacitus
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To: Travis McGee

"UAVs are great, but the old Cessna or Piper still works."

They probably fear getting a stinger up the exhaust port.


18 posted on 06/06/2004 6:21:15 PM PDT by Rebelbase
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To: Travis McGee

Heck probably a large caliber automatic rifle would work on a cessna, instead of a stinger....eaiser to get too.


19 posted on 06/06/2004 6:22:50 PM PDT by Rebelbase
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To: Rebelbase

I think that single engine aircraft in a surveillance role with stabilized optical systems operate well above small arms range, several thousand feet up.


20 posted on 06/06/2004 6:31:13 PM PDT by Travis McGee (----- www.EnemiesForeignAndDomestic.com -----)
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To: Travis McGee
I think that single engine aircraft in a surveillance role with stabilized optical systems operate well above small arms range, several thousand feet up.

Not only that but an aircraft at that altitude could use slant range to their advantage. Also, somewhat of a (legal) necessity flying near the border.

21 posted on 06/06/2004 7:05:38 PM PDT by TADSLOS (Right Wing Infidel since 1954)
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To: Travis McGee

Around here they seem to use only helicopters, mainly because they can land them just about anywhere. I know they have some fixed-wing, but we seldom see them.

Normally, they only have one chopper here in Cochise County. The rest are covering the really bad desert west of Nogales.

The sun is about to set. In a few minutes the CHD gang will start seeing the smuggler scouts crossing the border. Their job is to try and find out where the BP and other loco gringos are concentrating and report back to the coyotes.

An hour from now the nightly parade will begin.


22 posted on 06/06/2004 7:30:42 PM PDT by JackelopeBreeder (Proud to be a loco gringo armed vigilante terrorist cucaracha!)
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To: JackelopeBreeder

What odds would you put on a group of a dozen or so Spanish speaking Moroccan AQ trained terrorists making it across the border with top-notch coyote help, say in groups of 3 or 4? A well funded operation, with help on both sides of the border. How many of the 12 would make it to Phoenix or Tucson to a safe house?


23 posted on 06/06/2004 8:33:19 PM PDT by Travis McGee (----- www.EnemiesForeignAndDomestic.com -----)
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To: Travis McGee
What odds would you put on a group of a dozen or so Spanish speaking Moroccan AQ trained terrorists making it across the border with top-notch coyote help, say in groups of 3 or 4? A well funded operation, with help on both sides of the border. How many of the 12 would make it to Phoenix or Tucson to a safe house?

My least favorite nightmare.

As long as these guys were complete unknowns, had good Mexican documentation and good accents, their chances would be near certainty. If caught, they would just be voluntarily deported back into Mexico to try again.

A friend of mine once asked a coyote how many of his clients made it safely across the border. His reply: “All of them eventually, unless they give up.”

The coyotes charge from $30,000 to $50,000 to smuggle a Middle Eastern type. That kind of cash buys impeccable travel arrangements and a much lower chance of getting caught.

I call this a nightmare because I’m nearly certain most of your scenario has already happened. It’s just a question of how often and how many.

The Border Patrol refers to one section of the trails here in Cochise County as OTM Alley. Other Than Mexican. Whenever ABP or CHD finds a load-out site on OTM Alley, we always sift through the discarded trash, clothing, and backpacks very, very carefully. What we find can really spook you.

We find airline ticket stubs to Hermosillo, Mexico all over the Naco Corridor. The ones that we find on OTM Alley frequently have the top left corner carefully torn off – the part with the passenger’s name. Methinks the names were not of hispanic origin.

A while back we found an international drivers license on OTM Alley. It had been issued that morning in a town in northern Brazil and we found it on the eastern outskirts of Sierra Vista before dinner time. Think of the near split second travel arrangements required for that trick. Then ask why that IDL was no longer needed -- it was just backup ID while transitting Mexico City and Hermosillo.

24 posted on 06/06/2004 9:57:54 PM PDT by JackelopeBreeder (Proud to be a loco gringo armed vigilante terrorist cucaracha!)
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To: JackelopeBreeder
If you were an AQ planner, and had 20 Spanish speaking Moroccans ready to send to America, what would you consider a likely route? Morocco to Brazil to Mexico via commercial flights?

I'm assuming it would not be too hard to acquire the correct travel papers to get them into and through Mexico unnoticed.

25 posted on 06/06/2004 10:04:35 PM PDT by Travis McGee (----- www.EnemiesForeignAndDomestic.com -----)
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To: Travis McGee

All of them.


26 posted on 06/06/2004 10:04:54 PM PDT by 4Freedom (America is no longer the 'Land of Opportunity', it's the 'Land of Illegal Alien Opportunists'!!!)
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To: JackelopeBreeder
"This will be an interesting week."

Interesting good or interesting bad?

27 posted on 06/06/2004 10:07:33 PM PDT by 4Freedom (America is no longer the 'Land of Opportunity', it's the 'Land of Illegal Alien Opportunists'!!!)
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To: 4Freedom

That's my guess too.


28 posted on 06/06/2004 10:09:52 PM PDT by Travis McGee (----- www.EnemiesForeignAndDomestic.com -----)
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To: Travis McGee
One other thing. Have your dozen bad guys hang out for a couple of months somewhere south of Mexico City to pick up the local slang. Puebla would be good. Showing up on the border speaking something that sounded anything like pure Castilian Spanish would be a dead giveaway. For a lot of the indios down south, Spanish is more like a second language.
29 posted on 06/06/2004 10:10:50 PM PDT by JackelopeBreeder (Proud to be a loco gringo armed vigilante terrorist cucaracha!)
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To: JackelopeBreeder
I don't think AQ would do it that way, it would be a rushed timeline op, depending on them to get through regardless of accent. The spanish would just be a fallback to help when needed, to pay a bribe for example.

What kind of security checks are done between Brazil and southern Mexico, I wonder? For that matter, they could go by boat pretty easily also, from Brazil or Venezuela to Mexico.

30 posted on 06/06/2004 10:16:27 PM PDT by Travis McGee (----- www.EnemiesForeignAndDomestic.com -----)
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To: Travis McGee

No brainer. I'd send them first to the Three Corners area where Brazil, Argentina, and Paraguay meet. Possibly the most lawless area in the world and it already has a known AQ presence.

Do mission preps and some training there, stage out of Colombia or Venezuala to Mexico, then northward to bother the infidel gringos.

Our first and only warning might be "Allahu Akbar!"


31 posted on 06/06/2004 10:29:22 PM PDT by JackelopeBreeder (Proud to be a loco gringo armed vigilante terrorist cucaracha!)
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To: Travis McGee

You got mail.


32 posted on 06/06/2004 10:46:09 PM PDT by JackelopeBreeder (Proud to be a loco gringo armed vigilante terrorist cucaracha!)
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To: Travis McGee

This just in and I had to share it…

A woman meets a SEAL in a bar. They talk; they connect; they end up leaving together.

They go back to his place. As he shows her around his apartment, she is struck by the fact that his bedroom is completely packed with literally hundreds of sweet, cuddly teddy bears which are neatly organized on three shelves running the length of the room along one wall.

Small, adorable teddy bears fill the bottom shelf, Cute Cuddly medium-sized ones adorn the next higher shelf and Huge enormous bears are perched on the top shelf.

The woman is quite surprised that a SEAL would have such an extensive collection of teddy bears. Although she decides not to question him about it, she's actually quite impressed by this unexpected evidence of his sensitive side!

After another drink, She turns to him, invitingly...they kiss softly...then again...

Soon their passion overwhelms them, and she leads him quietly to the bedroom.

After spending an intense night of passion with the SEAL, whle they are lying there together in the afterglow, the woman slowly rolls toward him and asks, smiling, "Well, how was it for you?"

The SEAL, stifling a slight yawn replies: "Help yourself to any prize from the bottom shelf."

This proves once and for all that SEALs are indeed very sensitive and caring people!

(Insert Green Beret or Ranger where applicable.)


33 posted on 06/06/2004 11:07:24 PM PDT by JackelopeBreeder (Proud to be a loco gringo armed vigilante terrorist cucaracha!)
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To: JackelopeBreeder

Ha! GMTA, just freepmailed you about the triangle, before I saw your post.


34 posted on 06/06/2004 11:11:56 PM PDT by Travis McGee (----- www.EnemiesForeignAndDomestic.com -----)
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To: JackelopeBreeder; Squantos

33:ROTFLMAO!!!


35 posted on 06/06/2004 11:13:14 PM PDT by Travis McGee (----- www.EnemiesForeignAndDomestic.com -----)
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To: Travis McGee

That one cost me a keyboard in unswallowed rum. It came from a former SF demolitions guru. I probably should have said "Insert Green Beret, Ranger, Jolly Green Giant, Combat Controller, or Marine Recondo as applicable."

Somewhere up in Heaven, my father the Jolly Green is pulling back from giving me the Celestial bitch-slap I deserve.

Sorry, Dad. I promise it won't happen again.


36 posted on 06/06/2004 11:24:31 PM PDT by JackelopeBreeder (Proud to be a loco gringo armed vigilante terrorist cucaracha!)
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To: JackelopeBreeder; Travis McGee
Now thats just damn funny .....I used to just give em a quarter and tell em the bus stops on the corner every half hour.............early form of catch and release conservation EOD style. But the soft and fuzzy approach has it's merits I guess.....:o)

Stay safe !

37 posted on 06/06/2004 11:51:47 PM PDT by Squantos (Be polite. Be professional. But, have a plan to kill everyone you meet.)
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To: JackelopeBreeder; Squantos

Check out the thread I just posted written by the "contractor" in Iraq. Best thing I've read in a month, easy.


38 posted on 06/07/2004 12:07:14 AM PDT by Travis McGee (----- www.EnemiesForeignAndDomestic.com -----)
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To: Squantos

Did you ever daisy-chain 400 outdated M72 LAWs? Take my word -- it will move a berm.


39 posted on 06/07/2004 12:08:18 AM PDT by JackelopeBreeder (Proud to be a loco gringo armed vigilante terrorist cucaracha!)
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To: JackelopeBreeder

Yep ......LAW's..... Zuni's........45# Pentolite Shaped Charges.......Atlas Rocket motors......stacks of LUU-2's...Mk 80 series... Old redeyes and Stingers.....Nothing like range day with a 3000 pound limit ! You name it and I have probably either sent it high order or made sure it was scrap metal when I was done with it. Only hazard was DDOT at that point..........."dont drop on toes"

Stay safe !


40 posted on 06/07/2004 12:40:33 AM PDT by Squantos (Be polite. Be professional. But, have a plan to kill everyone you meet.)
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