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Posted: 12/12/2013 9:27:22 PM EDT
WHO announcement
10,000 people dead
Zombies walking the streets with the spanish flu?

whats the tipping point of your bug out strategy where you don't even give notice to work and bug out
Link Posted: 12/12/2013 9:32:25 PM EDT
Med professionals becoming infected in large numbers.
Link Posted: 12/12/2013 9:43:32 PM EDT
Government telling me everything is fine
Link Posted: 12/12/2013 10:15:21 PM EDT
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Originally Posted By EXPY37:
Med professionals becoming infected in large numbers.
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..First clues you will hear is PSA announcing on radio  that the schools are CLOSED, and warnings NOT to bring children to the clinic/hospital for flue like symptoms.
THAT is your warning to  block driveway, and tape up the doors.
Link Posted: 12/12/2013 10:17:11 PM EDT

when the cats start dying
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This. Also when i see it for myself and its not some talking head on tvs scare tactic
Link Posted: 12/13/2013 1:31:08 AM EDT
Oh come on!  We all know that ARFCOM gets the news before it's out.

I'll know it's the end game when I read it here!  
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What the fuck?







 
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What the fuck?


 
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Originally Posted By eracer:

What the fuck?


 


dunno, friend sent it to me earlier. apparently cats are a DELICACY overseas somewhere.
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What the fuck?


 
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Originally Posted By eracer:

What the fuck?


 

Feral cat hunt?
Link Posted: 12/13/2013 2:55:44 AM EDT

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Feral cat hunt?
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Originally Posted By eracer:




What the fuck?





 


Feral cat hunt?


I think it's the big smile that bothers me.  I know that sometimes animals have to be killed in numbers.



But when you've done a job that involves killing a bunch of animals, a big smile indicates an underlying personality disorder.  One that creeps me out.



 
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Originally Posted By eracer:

I think it's the big smile that bothers me.  I know that sometimes animals have to be killed in numbers.

But when you've done a job that involves killing a bunch of animals, a big smile indicates an underlying personality disorder.  One that creeps me out.
 
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Originally Posted By beardog30:
Originally Posted By eracer:

What the fuck?


 

Feral cat hunt?

I think it's the big smile that bothers me.  I know that sometimes animals have to be killed in numbers.

But when you've done a job that involves killing a bunch of animals, a big smile indicates an underlying personality disorder.  One that creeps me out.
 

Lots of people smile after a successful hunt...

However, I really don't think that guy shot those on a feral cat hunt
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Oh come on!  We all know that ARFCOM gets the news before it's out.

I'll know it's the end game when I read it here!  
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this.
Link Posted: 12/13/2013 4:08:34 AM EDT
When someone posts in GD "fo time"....
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Originally Posted By eracer:

I think it's the big smile that bothers me.  I know that sometimes animals have to be killed in numbers.

But when you've done a job that involves killing a bunch of animals, a big smile indicates an underlying personality disorder.  One that creeps me out.
 
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Originally Posted By beardog30:
Originally Posted By eracer:

What the fuck?


 

Feral cat hunt?

I think it's the big smile that bothers me.  I know that sometimes animals have to be killed in numbers.

But when you've done a job that involves killing a bunch of animals, a big smile indicates an underlying personality disorder.  One that creeps me out.
 



PETA feels the same way.
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Oh hell, if that were true I'd have been quarantined in my house for the last four years.

I'll be watching for the respirator masks.  When you start seeing them on every other person, like you see in China and Japan when there's a contagious health threat, that means it's time for midmo & co. to lock down.
Link Posted: 12/13/2013 4:58:52 AM EDT
Windows get boarded up as soon as I hear of a big "outbreak" or sickness in one third world nation and then one airline hub city.

Amsterdam, NYC, Hong Kong, Tokyo, LA, Chicago, Paris, etc

Or if I DON'T hear anything but airplanes start getting force to return to origin with no explanation.
Link Posted: 12/13/2013 5:19:43 AM EDT
When or if my hospital makes wearing masks outside surgery and procedure rooms mandatory.  i.e.: masks in surgery and procedure rooms is a normal thing, wearing them everywhere is the kind of shit they do in China.
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Med professionals becoming infected in large numbers.
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Originally Posted By EXPY37:
Med professionals becoming infected in large numbers.



Originally Posted By mPisi:
Government telling me everything is fine



Combination of both of these, plus high morbility/mortality in spite of normally effective treatment, or a condition lacking any normally effective treatment.
Link Posted: 12/13/2013 5:48:46 AM EDT
When the President of Madagascar shuts down everything.  That's how we know we're fucked.  
Link Posted: 12/13/2013 6:01:19 AM EDT
you mean it hasn't happened already..


















Crap!!!
Link Posted: 12/13/2013 6:23:23 AM EDT
My wife works in a dr office so she "might" get a heads up if something is coming down. However, if I read of a major breakout problem in any major country it will be time to bug in for us since dallas/fort worth is such a major hub for international travelers. I half expect to see a major outbreak of something come from Asia soon. It just doesn't give me a good feeling when I see most Asian travelers wearing surgical masks pretty much at all times.  

You don't hear much about it but I still think a nuke is likely to happen in the USA in the next few years with all the nuts who have access to nukes these days. So if that goes down... we have a gameplan for that too.
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That guy can aim:

http://www.buckstix.com/CoehornMortarHunt.htm

As far as crazy people w/ nukes, we're the only folks who've built 'em that actually used 'em.  By the time you have the infrastructure to build 'em, you've got too much infrastructure to lose - so you don't use 'em.

North Korea has 'em, & hasn't used 'em.  Iran can build 'em, hasn't, and wouldn't use 'em if they did.  Pakistan has 'em & hasn't used 'em.  Japan can build 'em, hasn't.  Anyone who can refine uranium can build one.
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yep.
Link Posted: 12/13/2013 2:04:12 PM EDT
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Combination of both of these, plus high morbility/mortality in spite of normally effective treatment, or a condition lacking any normally effective treatment.
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Originally Posted By EXPY37:


Med professionals becoming infected in large numbers.

Originally Posted By mPisi:


Government telling me everything is fine

Combination of both of these, plus high morbility/mortality in spite of normally effective treatment, or a condition lacking any normally effective treatment.
These. Easy part is I work from home, so it isn't that big of a deal for me to seal it off.


 



ETA: This is actually the scenario that scares my wife the most. She normally rolls her eyes with the scenarios I try to be ready for. SHE brings this one up and actually plans with me what we would do.




Once they gave the order not to bring sick kids into school, kiddo stays home. One doctors start getting sick, barricades in the driveway.
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Lots of people smile after a successful hunt...





However, I really don't think that guy shot those on a feral cat hunt
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Originally Posted By eracer:




Originally Posted By beardog30:




Originally Posted By eracer:







What the fuck?








 



Feral cat hunt?



I think it's the big smile that bothers me.  I know that sometimes animals have to be killed in numbers.





But when you've done a job that involves killing a bunch of animals, a big smile indicates an underlying personality disorder.  One that creeps me out.


 



Lots of people smile after a successful hunt...





However, I really don't think that guy shot those on a feral cat hunt






Killing an animal is not the same as wholesale slaughter.  Again, sometimes wholesale slaughter is necessary.  At that point it's a job.  Not something that should give you a smile and a hard-on.  Unless you have a pretty serious personality defect.





In my opinion.





 
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Originally Posted By eracer:


Originally Posted By beardog30:


Originally Posted By eracer:




What the fuck?





 


Feral cat hunt?


I think it's the big smile that bothers me.  I know that sometimes animals have to be killed in numbers.



But when you've done a job that involves killing a bunch of animals, a big smile indicates an underlying personality disorder.  One that creeps me out.

 






PETA feels the same way.


Nice strawman.



 
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Originally Posted By eracer:

I think it's the big smile that bothers me.  I know that sometimes animals have to be killed in numbers.

But when you've done a job that involves killing a bunch of animals, a big smile indicates an underlying personality disorder.  One that creeps me out.
 
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Originally Posted By eracer:
Originally Posted By beardog30:
Originally Posted By eracer:

What the fuck?


 

Feral cat hunt?

I think it's the big smile that bothers me.  I know that sometimes animals have to be killed in numbers.

But when you've done a job that involves killing a bunch of animals, a big smile indicates an underlying personality disorder.  One that creeps me out.
 


I smile when I hunt duck, goose, and other small game but not cats wearing a pink shirt and shorts. That fucker just screams creepy!
Link Posted: 12/14/2013 5:45:45 PM EDT
Travel restrictions

Law enforcement reserves called up

Any type of quarantine that extends beyond one building within the US

Communications blackouts

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Originally Posted By eracer:

I think it's the big smile that bothers me.  I know that sometimes animals have to be killed in numbers.

But when you've done a job that involves killing a bunch of animals, a big smile indicates an underlying personality disorder.  One that creeps me out.
 
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Originally Posted By eracer:
Originally Posted By beardog30:
Originally Posted By eracer:

What the fuck?


 

Feral cat hunt?

I think it's the big smile that bothers me.  I know that sometimes animals have to be killed in numbers.

But when you've done a job that involves killing a bunch of animals, a big smile indicates an underlying personality disorder.  One that creeps me out.
 
I have to admit that the photo is at least a little strange...  I don't know enough about the circumstances in order to make any judgements...  

Just an observation but if instead of cats he had a stringer (or cooler) full of fish, we'd be congratulating him on a good day fishing...

...just sayin'...
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FWIW. I used to live in the first "wooded area" just after the county animal shelter where the idiots put out food and shelter for the cats that didn't make it inside. Used to get all kinds of "wild tame cats" and such in my AO. Just like the FSA, if you give them food and shelter they'll over breed with reckless abandon. Creating an undesirable situation.
So yeah, I could understand the guy smiling in a similar situation. Did it myself a bit, and I like cats.  

Concerning a pandemic? When my ol lady comes home early from the VA and starts talkin 'bout lockin the joint down. d:^)  Schneeks.
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I have to admit that the photo is at least a little strange...  I don't know enough about the circumstances in order to make any judgements...  





Just an observation but if instead of cats he had a stringer (or cooler) full of fish, we'd be congratulating him on a good day fishing...





...just sayin'...


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Originally Posted By eracer:







What the fuck?








 



Feral cat hunt?



I think it's the big smile that bothers me.  I know that sometimes animals have to be killed in numbers.





But when you've done a job that involves killing a bunch of animals, a big smile indicates an underlying personality disorder.  One that creeps me out.


 
I have to admit that the photo is at least a little strange...  I don't know enough about the circumstances in order to make any judgements...  





Just an observation but if instead of cats he had a stringer (or cooler) full of fish, we'd be congratulating him on a good day fishing...





...just sayin'...





True enough.  And maybe fish, ducks, cats, lions, and whales are essentially the same.  But I don't think so.  We have brains that allow us to make distinctions based not on whether an animal is strictly a prey item, or a competing predator, but whether we want to kill it for other reasons.  I say that distinction gives us moral choices, and grinning from ear-to-ear while holding a bunch of dead cats is on the wrong side of moral - or at least on the wrong side of mentally healthy.





 
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Originally Posted By eracer:  True enough.  And maybe fish, ducks, cats, lions, and whales are essentially the same.  But I don't think so.  We have brains that allow us to make distinctions based not on whether an animal is strictly a prey item, or a competing predator, but whether we want to kill it for other reasons.  I say that distinction gives us moral choices, and grinning from ear-to-ear while holding a bunch of dead cats is on the wrong side of moral - or at least on the wrong side of mentally healthy.  
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Or maybe he was grinning b/c it he knew it would screw w/ the prissies.
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Kicking in doors looking for guns.........
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I think it's the big smile that bothers me.  I know that sometimes animals have to be killed in numbers.

But when you've done a job that involves killing a bunch of animals, a big smile indicates an underlying personality disorder.  One that creeps me out.
 
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Originally Posted By beardog30:
Originally Posted By eracer:

What the fuck?


 

Feral cat hunt?

I think it's the big smile that bothers me.  I know that sometimes animals have to be killed in numbers.

But when you've done a job that involves killing a bunch of animals, a big smile indicates an underlying personality disorder.  One that creeps me out.
 




Plus a and a for your thoughts.
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Mass graves being dug.

When there's no longer time for funerals it's a true pandemic.
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Or maybe he was grinning b/c it he knew it would screw w/ the prissies.
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Originally Posted By eracer:  True enough.  And maybe fish, ducks, cats, lions, and whales are essentially the same.  But I don't think so.  We have brains that allow us to make distinctions based not on whether an animal is strictly a prey item, or a competing predator, but whether we want to kill it for other reasons.  I say that distinction gives us moral choices, and grinning from ear-to-ear while holding a bunch of dead cats is on the wrong side of moral - or at least on the wrong side of mentally healthy.  




Or maybe he was grinning b/c it he knew it would screw w/ the prissies.


Thank you for using letters to make your words.



 
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Plus a and a for your thoughts.

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Originally Posted By eracer:


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Originally Posted By eracer:




What the fuck?





 


Feral cat hunt?


I think it's the big smile that bothers me.  I know that sometimes animals have to be killed in numbers.



But when you've done a job that involves killing a bunch of animals, a big smile indicates an underlying personality disorder.  One that creeps me out.

 


Plus a and a for your thoughts.



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