Follow up on SHTF dogs:
I noticed in a Maine newspaper yesterday that some crazy, rural Maine thug lived SHTF style to evade the cops and his SHTF pooch helped him out. Scope this action, it’s totally whacked!
WILLIMANTIC, Maine – A local man reportedly committed suicide Wednesday in a bizarre way on a remote mountain ridge about a mile and a half from the nearest road.
Acting on information, investigators Sgt. Michael Gould and Guy Dow snowshoed Wednesday to a remote area off Route 150 where Morales was believed to be living. When they arrived at the trailer where he reportedly lived once before, they found no one there, but did find snowmobile tracks leading into the woods.
The officers followed the snowmobile tracks to another trailer located deeper into the forest. If they found Morales, Gould and Dow had planned to keep him under surveillance until a team of other officers could arrive to assist in the arrest.
Willimantic is totally in the sticks. SHTF dog action:
Morales had been successful in eluding police over the years, in part because his German shepherd alerted him when officers neared. It was Morales’ dog that tipped him off Wednesday. Young said he didn’t think Morales had been aware the officers were in the vicinity until he let his dog outside. The dog immediately went for Gould and Gould in turn hollered to Morales to call off his dog, the officer said.
Yeah, the story goes on, dude calls his pooch back to the camper, tells one of the cops to come inside, cops wait for backup, tell dude he’s under arrest, dude lights the camper on fire, two gunshots heard, camper burns, coppers scope area for tracks just in case dude pulled a smooth move . . . he didn’t, presumably shot the pooch then himself. Whacked! Scope the full story here.
There are trolls among us . . .
Malcolm X once said, “If you have no critics you’ll have no success.” If this is true, Ranger Man is on the road to SHTF greatness! Oh yes, SHTF homies, there are trolls among us.
“Alphonse” writes on my global warming post:
Between this statement and your write-up about the AR15, it becomes painfully obvious that you spend a whole lot of time reading about stuff and doing very little. You should join Dakin on his survivalist armchair and share more ideas you’ve read somewhere else.
Failing to realize that comments require moderation, Alphonse must’ve scratched his noggin’ and tried again, because a minute later he posts:
You haven’t scoped the permafrost, have you? You just read about someone who claims to have.
Get off the couch, armchair survivalist. Before you become someone’s food.
“Before you become someone’s food” – LOL – that rules! Want a SHTF blog job, Alphonse? Together, with our combined might, we could RULE the survival blog universe!
Muah – muah – MUAH – AH AH AH AH AAAAAH!
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No, I haven’t scoped the permafrost, nor was it my intention to make anyone believe I had. I’ve never been to Japan either . . . maybe Japan doesn’t exist?
– Ranger Man