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Max last won the day on November 21 2018

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  • Birthday 03/20/1951

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    God fearing, pro-Constitutionalist, and healthily conservative
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  1. Max

    Me and the other guy who are trying to start a group, are going to be in Onalaska on Sunday the 8th.  We'll be at a place called Jerry's and the address is 14597 US-190, the number is 936-646-3425, and it should not be hard to find.  Possibly one additional person (other than me and the other guy) will be there.  If you're interested, drop in, and you can let me know if you're coming by contacting me on the MM site.  Hope to see you there. 

  2. Max

    I and one other (possibly more) will be able to meet you on Sunday (March 8) in Onalaska at 1500 at a place called Jerry's. Their address is 14597 US-190, and their number is 936-646-3425, but Onalaska is small and it shouldn't be too hard to find.  You can contact me on the MM site-hope you can make it.

  3. Max

    Sorry I did not get back with you sooner.  We can meet on Wednesday (March 4)-if you work, it might be easier for you if we meet in the evening.   Sunday (March 8) is another option-any time after 1500.  We could meet someplace between Livingston and Huntsville for coffee-maybe the McDonalds in Trinity-someplace you and I would be able to find.  Pick a time that is best for you, and I'm also open to suggestions as far as a meeting place.  Hopefully, I'd be able to get one or two guys to come along so you'd have the chance to meet them.  

  4. Max

    Sorry I did not get back with you sooner.  We can meet on Wednesday (March 4)-if you work, it might be easier for you if we meet in the evening.   Sunday (March 8) is another option-any time after 1500.  We could meet someplace between Livingston and Huntsville for coffee-maybe the McDonalds in Trinity-someplace you and I would be able to find.  Pick a time that is best for you, and I'm also open to suggestions as far as a meeting place.  Hopefully, I'd be able to get one or two guys to come along so you'd have the chance to meet them.  

  5. Max

    I live in Huntsville-a couple of guys and myself are trying to start a group in the areas around San Jacinto, Walker, Grimes, Montgomery, and Madison Counties. If you're interested, maybe we could arrange to meet for some coffee and a chat.  I can be contacted on the MM site.

    1. Yancy

      Yancy

      Sure would love to, just give me a time place and date. Would be nice to get a group close to home.

       

  6. Recently, a colleague of mine met with you at the Paradise Grill in Coldspring.  I live in Huntsville/Walker County, which is about 32 miles from the Paradise Grill. Unfortunately, I was unable to make it out to Coldspring-hope ya'll had a productive meeting, and hopefully, this whole thing is going to take off.  Actually, I believe we're all new to the business of starting a group from the ground up-I'd like to welcome you-everybody has to start somewhere.  Hope you came away from the meeting favorably impressed, and hope to work with you in the future.

     

    Disregard the message before this one-it was originally intended for another individual, but somehow it got into your message box-probably something I did unknowingly.  Later

  7. I live in Huntsville and a couple of guys and myself are trying to get a group started in the areas around Montgomery, Walker, Grimes, and Madison counties.  If you're interested, maybe we could arrange to meet somewhere. You can contact me by sending a message on the MM site. 

  8. Max

    Gil:  I live in Huntsville, Texas, and a couple of people and myself are trying to start a group of like-minded folks in the areas around San Jacinto, Madison, Grimes, and Walker counties.  If you are interested, maybe we can arrange to meet someplace for coffee.  If you want to do that, send me a message on the MM site.

  9. Austin:  Presently, a couple of people and myself are trying to start a group of like-minded people that will operate in the areas around Brazos, Walker, Grimes, Madison and San Jacinto counties. I live in Huntsville, Texas, and like-minded people, are folks interested in protecting/helping their homes, families, and communities.  If you are interested, then maybe we can set up a place and time to meet.  You can contact me at [email protected].  

  10. fixer

    It is not advised to post your personal information, but you can do so if you like

  11. Guess there is no single 'correct' answer to that one. Unification is a great idea, and you are should be commended for pushing the whole thing the way you have. I'm all for it (who wouldn't be?), but it's one of those things that is probably easier said than done. I'd be tackling something I don't know much about, if I claimed to know what ought to be done. But I do know enough to say it is a darn good idea.
  12. Max

    Gun Control

    It's safe to say the most gun owners are responsible, law abiding types. Unfortunately, it only takes a few kooks to mess it up for the rest.
  13. Expected something like that. Did not have a chance to listen to the whole thing.
  14. Roger that. N.P. should not be in politics at all; she is a disgrace to the Dems and Washington D.C., and both of them are too ignorant to be embarrassed. Unfortunately, she'll probably continue to be a thorn in everyones side until her cronies get fed up with her.
  15. When and if the SHTF, it is pretty likely that the some Farm to Market roads, along with the main arteries in and around cities and metro areas will be blocked off. If you use only one route leading to the rally point and travel the same route all of the time, what would you do if that particular route were to get cut off? It might be a good idea to have more than one way to get to the RP. Naturally, every set of circumstances is a little different and you can't clump them into text book situations to cover everything. It's a good to have a contingency route to fall back on, though, especially if the main one can't be used...that is, if your specific situation allows it. But that brings up something else. Rally Points. It makes sense to have a local RP...one that can be reached quickly by team members that are in the area. In a bad situation, you probably should'nt spend a lot of time on the road. If the roads are blocked, one could be apprehended or killed; also, the vehicle could break down and a person could end up being a sitting duck, The less time you spend on the road, the better-it lessens the chance that you'll be spotted and stacks the odds in your favor. Rally Points. They're a good thing. A muster point for groups, and in my opinion, when and if something breaks loose, it is better to be part of a group than to be alone. There is safety in numbers.

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