Monday, December 14, 2009

Answers to Tag Questions

  1. Do you think feminism is part of the socialist agenda to destroy America?
  2. What is your view on abortion in the case of a tubal pregnancy?
  3. Do you prefer girls with long hair or short hair?
  4. We know a family who is very Vision Forum and Confederate, and they don't like college for either boys or girls. Is that something you would hold to as well, or would you go to college?
  5. What do you think about girls going to college?
  1. Yes, I know it is part of a rather revolting plan on the part of many important and influential people to break up families, specifically to separate children from parents, for the express purpose of raising the child, and the child's generation, creating their perfect citizen.
  2. Difficult question, depends on the individual case's circumstances (impossibility/possibility of the baby's survival), but the only answer I can safely give is, "Do no harm."
  3. My preference is that everyone goes by Biblical standards, "... If a man have long hair, it is a shame unto him, But if a woman have long hair, it is a glory to her: for her hair is given her for a covering."
  4. I ain't fancy educated with all that there book learning, and I ain't going to college, neither; but, if one is so inclined, who am I to judge? I would warn against indoctrination, and the general atmosphere of revelry and worldliness, but if one wishes to brave it, knock yourself out.
  5. Again I say, "Knock yourself out."


  1. Would you rather see a return to the original U.S.A. or a secession of one or several different Confederations of States from the former u.S.?
  1. Very, very, very long answer short, I would like to see the system of government, as set out by the Constitution, implemented throughout the entire continent once again. If the several states of the American section of North America were so determined, I would love for all 50 states to be within the same union. If individual states were determined to remain independent, or to ally themselves with other independent states, it would be an interesting experiment in political science, and would probably benefit both the hypothetical confederation and the federation. I would be very satisfied with either of those two scenarios, and I think results would be favorable for both, as well.
  1. How many guns do you have?
  2. What kind of guns have you used?
  3. How many knives do you have?
  4. Any other kind of weapons?
  5. What are your favorite books, nonfiction? Fiction?
  6. What's your favorite movie?
  7. If you are comfortable with this question in a public forum, are you a prepared survivalist?
  8. Familiar with Rawles?
  9. What one movie made you think the most?
  10. What do you think about Bigfoot?
  11. Sea monsters, or like Nessie?
  12. Aliens?
  13. Ghosts?
  14. Do you like any military vehicles, be it aircraft, tanks, or ships?
  15. Can you pick a favorite?
  16. Favorite historical subject?
  17. Now, person?
  18. Do you like martial arts at all?
  19. How many people, if any, have been punched by you?
  20. Do you like science at all?
  21. Favorite kind of science?
  22. What do you think about dinosaurs?
  1. I can't tell you, it's a state secret, I could tell you, but then I'd have to kill you, you can't handle the truth, etc. Sorry. Would you like to come over for a barbecue, though?
  2. I've used everything from can-plinkers to ship-sinkers. I like cap and ball firearms, but centerfires are so fun. I've used all kinds except autos. For obvious reasons.
  3. I honestly don't know, but I think I have maybe four or five fixed-blades worth mentioning, of varying purposes and dimensions, and more than twenty-five folded-blades.
  4. Oh, not really. Unless you count the PO-36 Explosive Space Modulator.
  5. I like non-fiction, mostly. Fiction often seems too fictitious. Thomas Paine is a favorite author, with Common Sense and Rights of Man. Honestly, I am more inclined to read a collection of articles than a book; though, those articles may be in a book. I think that is due to my wandering mind/short attention span. (I'm sure if a doctor knew of this, I'd be pumped full of drugs to make me "normal".)
  6. Oh, I don't know. One I know I'd watch if it was playing would be The Longest Day.
  7. I am comfortable, and I am Survivalman.
  8. Doesn't ring a bell.
  9. Difficult to say (hard to tell with this wandering mind), but the answer lies somewhere betwixt Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory and 2001: A Space Odyssey.
  10. Well, here goes all possibility of a serious political life... I am convinced that there exists a large, undocumented primate in the North American continent. Gigantopithecus blacki proves it.
  11. My email address prefix is "nessiechaser", so I've obviously looked into that subject before. I don't, however, hold any hope that whatever Nessie is or was will ever be truly known, and that it is just going to be a quirky, little blip on human culture.
  12. I believe God created Earth and all life in them specially. Any "other worldy" beings are more than likely to be angels... fallen ones.
  13. Ghosts, or spirits, dwell either within mortal bodies, or in the Heavenly realms, no where else.
  14. I am particularly fascinated with military aircraft, not so much with vehicles or ships.
  15. I like the P-47, as it was a fine example of sturdy, American work in air superiority - a flying tank, really.
  16. Oh, early American history, I'd say.
  17. Thomas Jefferson, by far; not for his spiritual beliefs, but for his politics and outlook on the workings of society. He was brilliant.
  18. Not really. A strong trigger finger and a wicked upper-cut is as "martial" as my art gets.
  19. A serious, threatening punch? None. Lucky them. :)
  20. Love it!
  21. Hm, Astronomy is interesting. I like pretty much everything but clouds, which are boring and confusing. You may quote me.
  22. They're mighty big, aren't they? Mighty big, mostly dead, and one is featured on the Welsh flag.

Johann Van De Leeuw

  1. Hey, I want your full and complete opinion of the Iraq/Afghanistan War on Terror "Conflict".
  1. Nonsense, a distraction, a diversion, a decoy, deceitful, unnecessary, illegitimate, staged, false-flagged, engineered, and wholly ridiculous.


Johann Van De Leeuw said...

Can you explain your position, in full? I already knew that was your position, I would really like to read your opinion, complete with evidence. We agreed for the most part on your answers.
For all 50 states to remain united would require to large of a central government. Expecially Rebecca and R's questions. I especially liked your response to "The Warrior's" first question. :)

Son3 said...

Oh, deary me, I thought you'd say that. I guess I'll do a special post for that one. :D


Johann Van De Leeuw said...

Could just email me. Check your inbox.

Rebecca said...

That was fun. :) Makes me want to do it too.

Rebecca said...

I don't have to be tagged to do it, do I?

Son3 said...


JT Norlander said...

I agree with most of your findings, especially those of a Biblical nature. :)

Though I do disagree over the War on Terror. But you can't ever agree on anything, eh?

BTW, I replied to your comment on Liberty's blog.


Son3 said...

Thanks, JT!

I'll be doing a post on the War of/on Terror, so you'll be able to see my opinion in full.

Johann Van De Leeuw said...

Hey Son3, I just watched this over at TNSonsofliberty, and am now in the mood for "Loose Change". We'll see how it is!
P.S. How is the chat thingy coming? If it ain't workin', I'll get a yahoo chat thing or use my dad's account. Talk to you later!

Son3 said...

Sorry, I thought I emailed you... effectively, the chat thing won't work without Yahoo!.

If you get a Yahoo! email account, chat capabilities come in the sidebar automatically.

Talk to you later!

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