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SarahC1975 wrote:Earthbound, You folks seem like you are well on your way to developing as seaworthy a post-peak oil lifeboat as a group of people could be, even though I realize most of you would be living this way even if po wasn't for another 100 years.
SarahC1975 wrote:My question/concern is this: what, if any preparations are you making to handle refugees, marauders (including former US military special forces and defense contractors) that might show up when people realize that you guys had the right idea all along?
Earthbound wrote:I don't think there's much that we could do about it if the legal systems aren't still in place to protect it. I guess that's one thing that we don't have a backup plan for...
seldom_seen wrote:Hi Earthbound. Does that mean you don't have any guns?Earthbound wrote:I don't think there's much that we could do about it if the legal systems aren't still in place to protect it. I guess that's one thing that we don't have a backup plan for...
seldom_seen wrote:cool, you advocate non-violence but you can still have guns for hunting or defense if you choose to. sounds good to me.
kochevnik wrote:I am curious as to what you view as the most likely outcomes form PO ?
kochevnik wrote:You pointed out that PO was one of your reasons for hooking up with DR, so one would have to assume that DR seems to you to have the best ability to respond to the problems of PO - how exactly do you see the future playing out?
kochevnik wrote:And how many of the DR membership are taking PO serously ?
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