Skip to comments.Missouri man's incendiary sign on U.S. 71 draws fire
Posted on 06/21/2010 6:53:53 AM PDT by highlander_UW
David Jungerman farms 6,800 acres of river bottom land in western Missouri. (snip) So when the 72-year-old Raytown man wanted to speak out politically, he used what he had handy: a 45-foot-long, semi-truck box trailer.
Are you a Producer or Parasite
Democrats - Party of the Parasites (snip)
They did. Including at least one with a good case of outrage, matches and a can of gas.
On May 12, Jungermans trailer was torched. The Rich Hill volunteer fire department responded. A week later, it was set afire again. The firefighters put it out again.
Then flames erupted in an empty farm house that Jungerman owns.
They dont like free speech, said Jungerman. He put out a $5,000 reward for information leading to an arrest. (snip)
(Excerpt) Read more at kansascity.com ...
This is an "excerpt site" there is a photo as well as the rest of the story at the link.
Thanks for posting the photo...accurate sign, isn’t it?
Arson is a serious crime. I hope they find the creeps that did this and put ‘em away for the rest of their lives.
As usual, the marxist media *ssholes find free speech controversial, not the destruction of property.
Are there such things as cameras with night vision cameras around? If so, put up several.
Parasites have lots of free time.
I wonder what David Jungerman’s FR name is...
In MO, he might know a hunter or 2 that have night vision/motion activated cameras...
“Are there such things as cameras with night vision cameras around? If so, put up several.”
Expensive. I was tempted to put one in my truck, along with a choice bumper sticker on the back. Here in Austin, one of the stupid hippies would probably key the truck and I wanted to catch it all. Of course, if you have the cash to buy a giant trailer as a billboard, maybe an extra $1500 isn’t so bad.
How about politically motivated arson?
If so where are the Feebies with their big feet?
Ayn Rand’s prophecy comes true.....again.............
check out IR game cameras. Cheap as about $100 Sportsmansguide.com or up to $400 for units with onboard screen/extended memory/quick trigger times etc.
I’ve got several around house - they run 3-6 months on a handfull of AA batteries.
Its possible that the use of the verb to bigfoot you spotted, meaning roughly to throw ones weight around or to bully, is a further development of this journalistic slang. But its also possible that this geopolitical use is an entirely separate invention alluding to Bigfoot as a large, overwhelming presence that is difficult to resist.
I grew up near Rich Hill. The folks down there are good, solid and very conservative. Vernon, Bates and Cass and rural Jackson counties were called ‘the burned counties’ following the infamous General Order #11 issued by General Thomas Ewing in 1863. It ordered the expulsion of all non-Unionist residents from these counties, and commanded that their homes be burned. Families that went through that horrible time and still live in those counties have never forgotten. Even as a kid I never heard the Kansas/Missouri state line called anything other than ‘the border’. Calling someone a Jayhawk or Redleg along with a few choice swear words was to invite a punch in the face.
Thanks. My “pop culture” knowledge base is very small. People use words and celebrities names in conversations and I have no idea what or who they are talking about..............
His slogan is spot on!!
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