101 Things To Do Til the Revolution

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It simply horrifies me that in a state as perfectly regulated by benevolent Federales as this present day USA, some twisted, sick, unpatriotic, rebellious and probably criminal individuals can still get away with publishing subversive trash such as this offering from Loompanics. I think we'll be needing to tighten up that Bill of Rights a little...

-Runway Cat, who opines - "Y2K Preparation: So Good The Feds Want To Make It Illegal."

************************************************************** Excerpt from March 1999 American Survival Magazine of Self-Reliance

101 Things to Do Til the Revolution

"this book is based upon the premise that, when government turns bad, the best people ultimately become criminals. The people don't change, the laws do. Initiative, dissent, individual pleasures, and exercise of one' basic rights become 'crimes'. Obscure regulations and technical paperwork violations are used to destroy people who dare to speak their minds. The ideal citizen of the tyrannical state is the man or woman who bows in silent obedience in exchange for the status of a well-cared for herd animal."

The author offers 101 suggestions to help "grease the wheels as we roll towards the government's inevitable collapse."

-- Runway Cat (runway_cat@hotmail.com), January 27, 1999


Loompanics Redux

-- runway cat (runway_cat@hotmail.com), January 27, 1999.

Cat, you got tooo many O's in yer link there. Try this, gang:


-- pshannon (pshannon@inch.com), January 27, 1999.

Blackjack: never call for a hit when you're holding 19.

Surfing: never type a URL when you can copy & paste it.

-- Tom Carey (tomcarey@mindspring.com), January 28, 1999.

Hey Tom, it's that kinda automated thinking that got us into this! Cat's a do-it-yourselfer! ;-)

-- Blue Himalayan (bh@k2.y), January 28, 1999.

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