[QUOTE=bloodorchid;1105627]park well away from the event (can't take pics of your license plate)
wear big shades, a big hat, a big beard (can't take accurate pictures of your features)
use cash, not debit or credit, if buying anything from surrounding stores
leave cell in car maybe?[/QUOTE]
that is so funny BO
or you could dress up like Gwamma with a zimmer frame - noone is gonna touch you then !!!!!!!!
If you live in the US, you are certainly not free.
There are a few countries that are a lot freer than you, but we are starting to lose the battle as well.
[QUOTE=kenn;1105621]Slaves can't protest without being killed[/QUOTE]
sure they can; as long as they still show up to work at 8am monday morning.
when i think of slaves, i don't think of carpooling to the 9 to 5
[QUOTE=bloodorchid;1105818]when i think of slaves, i don't think of carpooling to the 9 to 5[/QUOTE]
because slaves got room and board included?
you so DON"T have slavery still going on in America !!!!!!!!!!! come on ........................do you ??????????
It's no joke about the cell phones, they do track them. At Occupy police also used facial recognition cameras. I think bloodorchid's advice is sound regarding credit cards as well. I am probably your polar opposite politically, but I support your right to protest, as well as your right to privacy, and those rights are severely eroded these days.
[QUOTE=specsAreGrok;1105822]because slaves got room and board included?[/QUOTE]
i think that's it
I live in the netherlands but we do see some american politics here, that ron paul seemed like a pretty good dude
[QUOTE=NZ primal Gwamma;1105829]you so DON"T have slavery still going on in America !!!!!!!!!!! come on ........................do you ??????????[/QUOTE]
Anywhere that has taxation has slavery. Just because they take 50% of your earnings and not 100% doesn't mean you are free. Free people keep 100% of their labor and do not ask for permission to defend themselves or Buy a soda larger than 16 oz. You're still owned. People think forced labor is the only way to enslave people, but making labor voluntary and taxes compulsory is still enslavement.