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National Reporter home raided for Potato Gun, confiscate her paperwork for stories instead

A national reporter woke up to military forces surrounding her home for a potato gun or any oter guns, instead confiscate all her information in stories she has wrote.


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Shots fired, lol

Reminds me of when My neighbor and I both had made propane cannons and used to shoot them at each other. For those that don't know junkyard dogs like me and my neighbor used to make these for fun to see who could blast off louder. We would wait for a couple cars to go by on the highway and then let them off. Within about 30 minutes the Sheriffs would show up and investigate because the cars had called in. After a few years of this the Sheriffs would just call the shop and ask us to quit because they were concerned we might cause an accident,lol. Those were fun days,lol

If I disappear from a discussion please forgive me. My 24-7 business requires me to split mid-sentence to serve them. I am not ducking out, I will be back later to catch up.

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are the coast guard raiding peoples houses? Next thing you know fire men will be raiding peoples houses. Coast guard belong in ships on the coast. Furthermore they are a part of our military so it should be illegal for them to do this anyway.

Yep, won't be long now before "firemen" START fires - that is

to burn subversive books and other papers. Mind you, I don't expect they'll wait until houses are "fire proof."

"The books have nothing to say!"

Fahrenheit 451

What would the Founders do?