Re: [MSM] Trespassers will be shot
>>> On Saturday, 1 November 2008 at 10:26 am, in message<490B9B4B.3090000@...>, "Bill, in Tn" <DodgeNeon1@...>
> Sure does. Had a woman that died, for drinking too much of this, a yearYeah, it's bad alright. You seen what that stuff does to the bottoms of ships? And they're made of steel.
> or so ago.
Why, just a month or so back, we helped recover a guy that DIED after just a few hours immersed in it.
Geoff in Oz
(We're trapped by the stuff here - can't even drive to Tasmania or New Zealand!)
- Um, this reminds me of a guy on the gardening group. I forget his name,
but he was into model rockets. He was telling us one time that people
into model rocketry, were being investigated by Homeland Security,
asking them all kinds of questions. Said it was almost impossible to buy
the rocket motors anymore, from the hobby places.
Don't know if anything has changed as to home made rockets, as I am no
longer on that group. me, I'd rather stick with the local to me, places
that sell fireworks. I'm certain that someone competent enough, could do
some reconfiguring of the rockets. No, I am not competent enough to do
this. I would just have to use store bought rockets and fire them at an
enemy. Only in times of need. Like a mob or brigands have found this
road and is working their way towards the end of it. I might have time
to get set up here. Just depends on how much loot the mob or brigands
find before they get to my place.
Edgar Owen wrote:
> Actually there are model rockets nearly or more powerful as SAMs now,
> some of which can reach heights much above airliners, up nearly to
> the stratosphere. One needs special certification to play with them
> and there is a system in place to ensure civilian airspace is clear
> when they are launched. There is nothing to keep someone from adding
> a warhead to one I suppose other than the law. All of these are
> designed only to go up and prizes are awarded for max altitude,
> payload, and I believe acceleration. None are designed as surface to
> surface but someone with a good tech background could probably add a
> GPS guidance system to accurately hit a ground target I would think.
> I wouldn't recommend launching them against the 'black helicopters'
> when they come though as I'm sure they will have much more effective
> missiles of their own, though I can imagine the guys in the black
> helis would have some pretty funny looks on their faces for awhile.