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  1. #31
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    Default Re: Would you ever consider moving out of PA if gun laws became extremely restrictive

    I'd be history from Pa in a heartbeat.....Montana or Idaho is nice this time of year
    The oracle is in. Age and treachery will always overcome youth and skill!!

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    Default Re: Would you ever consider moving out of PA if gun laws became extremely restrictive

    I hope it doesn't come to it, I do love PA and the majority of my family and friends live in PA. However, yes absolutely...considering my great-grandparents/grandparents came to the United States to flee socialism and communism. If they can leave their family, friends, and home countries, it would be an injustice to their memory if I couldn't simply move to another State if PA went full darkside.
    You called down the thunder, well now you've got it!

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    Default Re: Would you ever consider moving out of PA if gun laws became extremely restrictive

    Quote Originally Posted by Manxdriver View Post
    Wife refuses to move because “ all my family lives here”. Now, it is becoming ,” all my family is buried here, except for the ones that moved away.”
    I’m close to offering to dig them up and return them in a new state.
    They'll never know. ;=)
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    Default Re: Would you ever consider moving out of PA if gun laws became extremely restrictive

    Quote Originally Posted by caelum View Post
    Hypothetically, if PA gun laws became as awful as New York's or New Jersey's, would you still remain in PA, or would you consider moving?
    I ALREADY want to move out of this.....out of politeness, I'll just say "place" instead of the word I'd like to use. So no change in gun laws is necessary.

    It's just a matter of practicality. We just moved here several years ago, eating an enormous expense to do so. Moving again any time soon would be difficult, as a matter of practicality. On that same note, we need jobs. We have two very good jobs right now. Replacing two such jobs, simultaneously, would be very difficult.

    All things considered? I'm just going to say this: boating accidents happen every day.

    If so, what state would you move to?
    I would move the fuck back home! And I'm not going to say where that is, but it is is fucking paradise on Earth compared to here.

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    Default Re: Would you ever consider moving out of PA if gun laws became extremely restrictive

    Quote Originally Posted by Manxdriver View Post
    Wife refuses to move because “ all my family lives here”. Now, it is becoming ,” all my family is buried here, except for the ones that moved away.”
    I’m close to offering to dig them up and return them in a new state.
    This is why I always store my dead family members in 50 gallon drums.

  6. #36
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    Default Re: Would you ever consider moving out of PA if gun laws became extremely restrictive

    As part of a general plan I'm looking at making a move whiten the information technology sector to something I can do almost %100 remote.
    "No, it's just a machine. I'm the weapon." - Jack Harper in Oblivion

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    Default Re: Would you ever consider moving out of PA if gun laws became extremely restrictive

    Quote Originally Posted by Hodgie View Post
    This is why I always store my dead family members in 50 gallon drums.
    it's getting harder and harder to fit a person in a 50 gallon drum, gonna have to start dehydrating them first or something.
    "Live free or die. Death is not the worst of evils.” – John Stark

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    Default Re: Would you ever consider moving out of PA if gun laws became extremely restrictive

    Quote Originally Posted by fallenleader View Post
    it's getting harder and harder to fit a person in a 50 gallon drum, gonna have to start dehydrating them first or something.
    Just get a bigger 50 gallon drum.

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    Default Re: Would you ever consider moving out of PA if gun laws became extremely restrictive

    Quote Originally Posted by QuackXP View Post
    As part of a general plan I'm looking at making a move whiten the information technology sector to something I can do almost %100 remote.
    Shit that's the dream. Gotta be absolutely indispensable for that kind of set up though. And you have to make sure you can get good internet at whatever location you're in.

    Since I didn't say it in my original post, I'd head for Idaho, Montana, or Tennessee. All dependent on job placement though.

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    Default Re: Would you ever consider moving out of PA if gun laws became extremely restrictive

    I've said it before but I'll repeat. I think WV is ripe for another shot at a Free State Project. If we could get 30-50k individuals or families to move into WV, buy up massive amounts of land while targeting specific counties that could be held by constitutionally minded reps, we could establish a model state. One where people take care of themselves and govt is largely ineffective.

    Minimum property is 25 acres (private range for everyone!!) . Bonus points if you own a business and bring it with you.
    To disarm the people...[i]s the most effectual way to enslave them."

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