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An unusual argument against civil disarmament - Dan the Serene
December 3rd, 2009
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An unusual argument against civil disarmament
Protracted drought drew the camels into the township in search of water, leaving some residents cowering in their homes as they smashed through water mains and invaded the airstrip.

Drought in Australia is causing camel populations to die out, leaving rotting corpses in the outback, or move to new locations where they can find water. The residents of "the remote Northern Territory community of Docker River " have no means to defend themselves or their town against these invaders.

How many of these people do you think would pay dearly for an old surplus .303 about now?

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From:daddygod
Date:December 3rd, 2009 06:27 pm (UTC)
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How many of these people do you think would pay dearly for an old surplus .303 about now?

All of them.
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