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Thread: Americans: Have you ever considered ex-patriation?

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    Re: Americans: Have you ever considered ex-patriation?

    Quote Originally Posted by Boo Radley View Post
    Close enough. Stayed at a BB in that direction a few years ago. Did a mystery dinner. Something else the wife loves.
    My sister and I have to hit one of those someday. I know it's something we'd enjoy.

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    Re: Americans: Have you ever considered ex-patriation?

    Quote Originally Posted by tessaesque View Post
    I never got to visit, but I hear it's absolutely beautiful.
    It is. If you like wildlife, wolves and bears and deer, it's a great place.

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    Re: Americans: Have you ever considered ex-patriation?

    Quote Originally Posted by BDBoop View Post
    Having lost my daily quota of hugs, I can see where that would suck (never getting those hugs anymore) but you'd have the net, and if you all had video cams you could shoot the bull for as long as you wished.
    Awww well here I hope this helps. *hugs*

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    Re: Americans: Have you ever considered ex-patriation?

    Quote Originally Posted by The_Patriot View Post
    Awww well here I hope this helps. *hugs*
    It does. Thanks.

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    Re: Americans: Have you ever considered ex-patriation?

    Quote Originally Posted by BDBoop View Post
    What do you call those people - survivalists. I wonder how far from reality they are. I mean, if that which they fear comes upon us, they're going to be the only ones who are prepared.
    Survivalists shouldn't be confused with crazy militia shoot people types.
    Although there are some blended groups, most are not like that.
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    Re: Americans: Have you ever considered ex-patriation?

    Quote Originally Posted by Harry Guerrilla View Post
    Survivalists shouldn't be confused with crazy militia shoot people types.
    Although there are some blended groups, most are not like that.
    No, I'm not finding fault. I'm saying what if they're right.

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    Re: Americans: Have you ever considered ex-patriation?

    Quote Originally Posted by BDBoop View Post
    Sometimes, I get - not scared, but really concerned that things could just go ass-over-teakettle here, and I'd rather not be around when it happens.
    I actually used to dream of the day....

    But now I'm older and don't think it sounds like so much fun anymore.

    Doesn't mean I'll let the bastids run me out. In fact, we're gonna kick it until the trend towards a crappy dystopia appears irreversible, then head to maybe New Zealand. Somewhere far off and not rich in exploitable resources.
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    Re: Americans: Have you ever considered ex-patriation?

    Quote Originally Posted by BDBoop View Post
    No, I'm not finding fault. I'm saying what if they're right.
    Oh yea no problem.

    Just saying, the stuff between survivalists and militia white nationalists, is often confused.
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    Re: Americans: Have you ever considered ex-patriation?

    Quote Originally Posted by BDBoop View Post
    After reading The_Patriot's post about his dad's comments following Waco, and knowing my own feelings on the subject, have any of you considered relocating. If so, where would you move and why.
    I've thought about living abroad temporarily (for a year or so), but I don't think I'd want to do it permanently. Some places that I think would be cool to live include Spain, Brazil, Czech Republic, Japan, China, or Australia.
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    Re: Americans: Have you ever considered ex-patriation?

    Quote Originally Posted by What if...? View Post
    I actually used to dream of the day....

    But now I'm older and don't think it sounds like so much fun anymore.

    Doesn't mean I'll let the bastids run me out. In fact, we're gonna kick it until the trend towards a crappy dystopia appears irreversible, then head to maybe New Zealand. Somewhere far off and not rich in exploitable resources.
    I don't think they want us in New Zealand. It's been my dream locale, ever since a kiwi friend told me that it's a lot like Minnesota.

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