Subject: Re: Human Experimentation : Request for Police Action
Date: Wed, 15 Jan 2003 22:01:43 -0200
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On Wed, 15 Jan 2003 04:13:50 GMT, Chuck Simmons
>> Ummm... wow, didn't know it had gone that far. Wonder if my desk lamp
>> will talk back if I swear at it. Anyway, that's exactly what I was
>> getting at. Buy an old house, ca the thirties and fill it up with
>> antiques, that should keep you safe enough. Or you might learn wood
>> working and make your own furniture. It's not unheard of and you can
>> be sure all of it is on the level. Keep the power tools and other
>> bought stuff in a separate shed.
>You are not safe anywhere. While camping in a wilderness, I noticed many
>strange bugs in my tent when I retired for the night. The significance
>of this is explained in "Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire" (note
>similarity with the news reporter). I then noticed my candle lantern
>made strange sputtering sounds. Fortunately, I had along a night cap
>(gin) and was able to sleep in spite of all of these creepy dual use
>creatures and devices. However, in the morning, my stove flared
>alarmingly when I clumsily tipped it over. You are not safe anywhere!
Aha! There's the trouble: metallic objects. You really shouldn't carry
any sort of metal with you. That includes camp stoves, lighters, tent
pegs, flasks and anything manufactured by modern means. To be
completely safe you must rely solely on wood and stone objects and
tools. Make sure you are at least 100 km away from towers, power
lines, houses and such. Even a single nail may ..err.. nail you.
How can you be a "victim" if you're white, male, and heterosexual?