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antisolanum: antifainternational: C’mon now Atlanta they’re asking ever-so nicely! I’m glad they gave specific addresses so the good people of atlanta know where not to dump their used diapers en masse : CITY OF ATLANTA PUBLIC NOTICE URG ATLAY LANTA Please Do Not Dump Trash on White Supremacist Leaders' Properties People have been dumping trash on the properties of well-known white nationalists Sam Dickson and Evan Anderson. Dickson has said that this dumping is a financial hardship, and it interferes with his plans of gentrifying the Lakewood area and forcing out people of color. He and Anderson are very busy organizing with other white supremacists, including attending white pride rallies and providing violent white supremacists with material support. It has been too costly for them to hire security at each of these properties, and it is not possible for police to watch them at all times. So we are relying on your honor and goodwill to refrain from dumping garbage or doing other property damage to these locations, such as breaking windows and spray painting "Nazis get out". If the dumping continues, Dickson and Anderson may even be forced to sell the properties at a loss. Here is a list of Sam Dickson's and Evan Anderson's properties to please not dump any trash on: Hickory Hill 1185 run by Sam Dickson Six lots on Rhodesia Ave (A and B on map) 14 005700210453 14 005700220320 14 005700230360 14 005700230352 14 005700230345 Turman Ave .14 0057 LL0053 Rhodesia Ave SE Sun Rising run by Evan Anderson 1701 Jonesboro Rd 54 building (D on map) Adair Ave SE Three lots on Lakewood Ave (C on map) 14 005700250327 14 005700250335 14 005700250343 Claire Dr SE ire Dr SE . The Beltem Trust managed by Sam Dickson 139 Rhodesia Ave (Part of B on map) 1445 Parsons St SE (Part of B on map) · antisolanum: antifainternational: C’mon now Atlanta they’re asking ever-so nicely! I’m glad they gave specific addresses so the good people of atlanta know where not to dump their used diapers en masse
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robert-the-redhead-lover: skypig357: robert-the-redhead-lover: skypig357: robert-the-redhead-lover: skypig357: whiskey-gunpowder: skypig357: oldmarine1775: whiskey-gunpowder: the golden rule: if the media pushes something, be very skeptical. If MSM is pushing it, I promise you it’s total BS. If it were Republicans receiving these “bombs” you wouldn’t hear anything about it. Guess you’ve not seen the news. Press conferences. Arrest was made. It was legit. Not hoax devices and not a false flag. And if you don’t think the MSM would cover Republicans getting bombs in the mail you’re insane. Even if they hate republicans they’ll cover that for ratings. Money talks the media is nothing more than a left wing propaganda machine. they report narratives, not facts So is Fox News a right wing propaganda machine they reports narratives, not facts? If the media reports something you want to be true, do you think it’s equally Fake News? Also I’m not basing anything off the media, but the press conference that the FBI and Attorney General made noting the arrest and status of the devices. Then a basic search of the subject (Cesar Sayoc) gives you a trove of information https://www.fbi.gov/news/pressrel/press-releases/fbi-director-christopher-wrays-remarks-regarding-arrest-of-cesar-sayoc-in-suspicious-package-investigationFBI Director Christopher Wray’s Remarks Regarding Arrest of Cesar Sayoc in Suspicious Package InvestigationSourcing of all media is a good idea. Check and double check. But if you go down the rabbit hole of actual distrust and embracing conspiracy theories you’re lost. Weird how the FBI was able to get this guy so quick, yet missed the Parkland shooter, despite years of reports… DNA and fingerprints. If you’re in the system and you’ve committed a national crime, it’ll be over quick. He left evidence Even though I’m in the system (USN), it took them two weeks to run a background check on me when I applied for an airport job, but they nabbed this guy in less than 48 hours? I find that suspicious af. Dude. Your background check act of domestic terrorism that’s targeting politicians and media all over the news in an election year. If you find that suspicious I don’t know what to tell you. What’s the alternative? A conspiracy involving hundreds of FBI agents and techs, local and state law enforcement, postal service, and media? Are you serious? You don’t need all that when folks don’t question and just obey because they’re “taking care of the bad guys.” All you need are a few rotten apples at the top.But, none of those packages went through the mail. That’s given away by the lack of postal cancellation, as well as not enough postage.Otherwise, the timing is what I call suspicious. Hostage situations have taken longer. Hell, since you brought up domestic terrorism, it took them longer to find McVeigh and Kazinski (sp?) than this guy. Even assuming it is the right guy, do we know who he really is? If he was capable of organizing something like this by himself? If he working alone? If he isn’t the face of a larger scheme? It wouldn’t be the first time the “ lone wolf” angle being pushed by the media looked a little suspicious.As an aside, I love it when people get into pointless arguments about CNN vs Fox News and which one is “less biased“, as though they aren’t both owned by the same sort of people and used to pump out varying levels of propaganda for controlled opposition.: Tom Sauer @thomasbsauer (THREAD) A few observations from a former bomb disposal officer G.e. Me) 1. Proper pipe bombs don't have wires connected to both ends. That's dumb. 1:15 PM 24 Oct 18 from Washington, DC 1,354 Retweets 1,736 Likes Tom Sauer @thomasbsauer 2. You can find timers/ remote control receivers WAY smaller than whatever that white box is. A proper timer would best be stored inside the pipe, making it fully encapsulated I hat thing is just silly looking 1:15 PM 24 Oct 18 from Washington, DC 224 Retweets 555 Likes Tom Sauer @thomasbsauer 3. Bottom Line: Whoever made that wanted it to be painfully obvious to anyone and everyone that it's a "bomb." This is nearly the same as a bundle of road flares wrapped together with an old-timey alarm clock ticking away. 1:15 PM 24 Oct 18 from Washington, DC 397 Retweets 1,005 Likes Tom Sauer @thomasbsauer 4, "Hoax Devices" are FAR more common than real ones. In which case, we should ask ourselves what the motives of the "bomber" are and "who benefits?" Go ahead. Think deeply and critically. 1:15 PM 24 Oct 18 from Washington, DC 387 Retweets 915 Likes robert-the-redhead-lover: skypig357: robert-the-redhead-lover: skypig357: robert-the-redhead-lover: skypig357: whiskey-gunpowder: skypig357: oldmarine1775: whiskey-gunpowder: the golden rule: if the media pushes something, be very skeptical. If MSM is pushing it, I promise you it’s total BS. If it were Republicans receiving these “bombs” you wouldn’t hear anything about it. Guess you’ve not seen the news. Press conferences. Arrest was made. It was legit. Not hoax devices and not a false flag. And if you don’t think the MSM would cover Republicans getting bombs in the mail you’re insane. Even if they hate republicans they’ll cover that for ratings. Money talks the media is nothing more than a left wing propaganda machine. they report narratives, not facts So is Fox News a right wing propaganda machine they reports narratives, not facts? If the media reports something you want to be true, do you think it’s equally Fake News? Also I’m not basing anything off the media, but the press conference that the FBI and Attorney General made noting the arrest and status of the devices. Then a basic search of the subject (Cesar Sayoc) gives you a trove of information https://www.fbi.gov/news/pressrel/press-releases/fbi-director-christopher-wrays-remarks-regarding-arrest-of-cesar-sayoc-in-suspicious-package-investigationFBI Director Christopher Wray’s Remarks Regarding Arrest of Cesar Sayoc in Suspicious Package InvestigationSourcing of all media is a good idea. Check and double check. But if you go down the rabbit hole of actual distrust and embracing conspiracy theories you’re lost. Weird how the FBI was able to get this guy so quick, yet missed the Parkland shooter, despite years of reports… DNA and fingerprints. If you’re in the system and you’ve committed a national crime, it’ll be over quick. He left evidence Even though I’m in the system (USN), it took them two weeks to run a background check on me when I applied for an airport job, but they nabbed this guy in less than 48 hours? I find that suspicious af. Dude. Your background check act of domestic terrorism that’s targeting politicians and media all over the news in an election year. If you find that suspicious I don’t know what to tell you. What’s the alternative? A conspiracy involving hundreds of FBI agents and techs, local and state law enforcement, postal service, and media? Are you serious? You don’t need all that when folks don’t question and just obey because they’re “taking care of the bad guys.” All you need are a few rotten apples at the top.But, none of those packages went through the mail. That’s given away by the lack of postal cancellation, as well as not enough postage.Otherwise, the timing is what I call suspicious. Hostage situations have taken longer. Hell, since you brought up domestic terrorism, it took them longer to find McVeigh and Kazinski (sp?) than this guy. Even assuming it is the right guy, do we know who he really is? If he was capable of organizing something like this by himself? If he working alone? If he isn’t the face of a larger scheme? It wouldn’t be the first time the “ lone wolf” angle being pushed by the media looked a little suspicious.As an aside, I love it when people get into pointless arguments about CNN vs Fox News and which one is “less biased“, as though they aren’t both owned by the same sort of people and used to pump out varying levels of propaganda for controlled opposition.

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madcapzest: philosophy-and-coffee: positive-memes: Caring community   This is the kind of shit people did back in the Depression. When mortgage holds would try to sell a farm, everyone in the community showed up and strong armed any serious bidders away. They had the ‘penny auction’ tactic, where farmers would bid absurdly small amounts on farm equipment and land (while glaring intensely) until the auctioneer realized they needed to take what they were getting, or get their legs broken. This kind of stuff saved so many farms, they’d buy off 500+ dollar mortgages (which were huge amounts back then) for less than 100 dollars and give it back to the farm owners.    The lesson to take away is that only direct action and community organizing can help in such dire times. ^^^^^^^^^read that last paragraph again : HOLIDAYSINCORNWALL.COM Farmers Stand In Silence At Auction So A Young Man Can Buy Back His Family Farmhouse madcapzest: philosophy-and-coffee: positive-memes: Caring community   This is the kind of shit people did back in the Depression. When mortgage holds would try to sell a farm, everyone in the community showed up and strong armed any serious bidders away. They had the ‘penny auction’ tactic, where farmers would bid absurdly small amounts on farm equipment and land (while glaring intensely) until the auctioneer realized they needed to take what they were getting, or get their legs broken. This kind of stuff saved so many farms, they’d buy off 500+ dollar mortgages (which were huge amounts back then) for less than 100 dollars and give it back to the farm owners.    The lesson to take away is that only direct action and community organizing can help in such dire times. ^^^^^^^^^read that last paragraph again
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philosophy-and-coffee: positive-memes: Caring community   This is the kind of shit people did back in the Depression. When mortgage holds would try to sell a farm, everyone in the community showed up and strong armed any serious bidders away. They had the ‘penny auction’ tactic, where farmers would bid absurdly small amounts on farm equipment and land (while glaring intensely) until the auctioneer realized they needed to take what they were getting, or get their legs broken. This kind of stuff saved so many farms, they’d buy off 500+ dollar mortgages (which were huge amounts back then) for less than 100 dollars and give it back to the farm owners.    The lesson to take away is that only direct action and community organizing can help in such dire times. : HOLIDAYSINCORNWALL.COM Farmers Stand In Silence At Auction So A Young Man Can Buy Back His Family Farmhouse philosophy-and-coffee: positive-memes: Caring community   This is the kind of shit people did back in the Depression. When mortgage holds would try to sell a farm, everyone in the community showed up and strong armed any serious bidders away. They had the ‘penny auction’ tactic, where farmers would bid absurdly small amounts on farm equipment and land (while glaring intensely) until the auctioneer realized they needed to take what they were getting, or get their legs broken. This kind of stuff saved so many farms, they’d buy off 500+ dollar mortgages (which were huge amounts back then) for less than 100 dollars and give it back to the farm owners.    The lesson to take away is that only direct action and community organizing can help in such dire times.
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left-reminders: phoenix-ace: left-reminders: They stay scapegoating Obama for shit he didnt create and infantalize trump in order to make Obama look like he forced Trump to be awful. As if the man wasnt a segregationist whos been xenophobic for decades. Edit: not OP the “they” doesnt refer to them. Leftists aren’t “scapegoating” Obama or sympathizing with Trump. We’re just being honest about the regressive policies of Obama and the Democrat establishment. Trump is demonstrably awful, a garbage excuse for a human being, but can we please not excuse the imperialism and mass surveillance and rich-catering of Democrats just because they trumpet progressive values? Part of overcoming Trump is recognizing and organizing against the conditions that gave rise to him: 40 years of trickle-down economics, drug wars, international interventions for the profits of big oil, and active union-busting, to name a piece of the puzzle. Vote for Democrats as damage control if you want, but just know that they’re ultimately not on your side. They serve the rich first and foremost. Y’all democrats have to realize that bush set up ICE, wiretapping of the American people, ruined our education system, stripped us of countless civil liberties, sent us to Two wars, pushed the patriot act. and Obama continued all this and even extended the bush tax cuts and expanded warfare. Now trump has all these tools at his disposal as democrats rehabilitate bush and pretend Obama wasn’t complicit in any of this 🙄: SHHH! YOU FUCKED UP.. THISIS WHAT HAPPENS WHEN YOU'RE NOT OUALIFIED left-reminders: phoenix-ace: left-reminders: They stay scapegoating Obama for shit he didnt create and infantalize trump in order to make Obama look like he forced Trump to be awful. As if the man wasnt a segregationist whos been xenophobic for decades. Edit: not OP the “they” doesnt refer to them. Leftists aren’t “scapegoating” Obama or sympathizing with Trump. We’re just being honest about the regressive policies of Obama and the Democrat establishment. Trump is demonstrably awful, a garbage excuse for a human being, but can we please not excuse the imperialism and mass surveillance and rich-catering of Democrats just because they trumpet progressive values? Part of overcoming Trump is recognizing and organizing against the conditions that gave rise to him: 40 years of trickle-down economics, drug wars, international interventions for the profits of big oil, and active union-busting, to name a piece of the puzzle. Vote for Democrats as damage control if you want, but just know that they’re ultimately not on your side. They serve the rich first and foremost. Y’all democrats have to realize that bush set up ICE, wiretapping of the American people, ruined our education system, stripped us of countless civil liberties, sent us to Two wars, pushed the patriot act. and Obama continued all this and even extended the bush tax cuts and expanded warfare. Now trump has all these tools at his disposal as democrats rehabilitate bush and pretend Obama wasn’t complicit in any of this 🙄
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kentuckwitch: missmeanest: hubbabubba-overlord: discoursegrips: cistrendered: democratic-bias: electoralcollege: trashgender-garbabe-nova: ladygolem: probablyasocialecologist: https://twitter.com/baldinternetman/status/793470278953238528  Funny enough, there’s a long history of worker’s struggle in the Appalachians and South. Redneck Revolt is a good group organizing in these areas around this identity and history. Yeah regions where mining, agriculture, and similar industries are dominant tend to have a history of socialist organizing and labor agitation, funny how that works i love how many people are commenting on this basically saying it’s an oxymoron for rednecks to be communists like… in what universe is it an oxymoron for… actual poor and working-class people… to be invested in an ideology movement that centers around working-class/labor struggle… lmao ???? literally the only reason why there has been a shift in later years is cus of fear mongering to the point where capitalist criticism has become a taboo even for lower class poor people. like many the southern states are some of the poorest states in usa?? “Let’s show these fascists what a couple of hillbillies can do!”  -Woody Guthrie coming from  a non-informed point of view i feel like once again this is Reagan’s fault because he targeted workers unions a good deal…  People are saying its a oxymoron because “redneck” is usually synonymous with “racist/stupid af” in america. And “racist/stupid af” in america tends to steer very far right. But there is a actually a whole population of “redneck” that isnt racist at all. They’re actually pretty well educated, theyre just poor and do poor people stuff. They’re the ones who end up introducing black people to white people shit. Like moonshine, mudding and camping. Theyre a trip to hang around. Theres actually a lot of overlap in the “redneck” and the “hood” culture (large tight knit families, general disdain for authorities, love of bbq…etc), but the rich white people in power dont want people to know that because if the all the poor people reguardless of color realize they have shared interests band together and raise hell. Its over for the 1%. So they try their hardest to emphasize and exaggerate the cultural differences, in hopes of convincing the low income disenfranchized whites to vote right. I LOVE capitalist critical Appalachian culture. One of the first things i learned that fueled my interest was the origin of the word ‘redneck.’ Coal mining was HUGE from the mid 1700s to the early 1900s in states like Virginia and Pennsylvania as coal was a primary source of fuel for a lotta shit. Unsurprisingly, mine owners were capitalist pigs and exploited the hell outta coal miners. Like, paying them by the pound of coal they brought in rather than by hours worked, paying them in vouchers that could only be used at the store owned by the mining company, and offering no kind of health assistance when workers would inevitably succumb to illness and injury caused by the work they did. So miners began to unionize in the mid 1840s. To show solidarity and to make their employers take notice, unionists would wear red bandanas around their necks. And thus, the term ‘redneck’ was coined to describe the union supporters who eventually dismantled a lot of the exploitive practices used by the coal industry. Love these! Just discovered the hillbilly leftie podcast the Trillbilly Worker’s Party, and I am so excited to see more leftist organizing in these parts. We have an amazing history of labor struggle, and a fair amount of labor wins, in this region. : Bout near tarred a you, boy! kentuckwitch: missmeanest: hubbabubba-overlord: discoursegrips: cistrendered: democratic-bias: electoralcollege: trashgender-garbabe-nova: ladygolem: probablyasocialecologist: https://twitter.com/baldinternetman/status/793470278953238528  Funny enough, there’s a long history of worker’s struggle in the Appalachians and South. Redneck Revolt is a good group organizing in these areas around this identity and history. Yeah regions where mining, agriculture, and similar industries are dominant tend to have a history of socialist organizing and labor agitation, funny how that works i love how many people are commenting on this basically saying it’s an oxymoron for rednecks to be communists like… in what universe is it an oxymoron for… actual poor and working-class people… to be invested in an ideology movement that centers around working-class/labor struggle… lmao ???? literally the only reason why there has been a shift in later years is cus of fear mongering to the point where capitalist criticism has become a taboo even for lower class poor people. like many the southern states are some of the poorest states in usa?? “Let’s show these fascists what a couple of hillbillies can do!”  -Woody Guthrie coming from  a non-informed point of view i feel like once again this is Reagan’s fault because he targeted workers unions a good deal…  People are saying its a oxymoron because “redneck” is usually synonymous with “racist/stupid af” in america. And “racist/stupid af” in america tends to steer very far right. But there is a actually a whole population of “redneck” that isnt racist at all. They’re actually pretty well educated, theyre just poor and do poor people stuff. They’re the ones who end up introducing black people to white people shit. Like moonshine, mudding and camping. Theyre a trip to hang around. Theres actually a lot of overlap in the “redneck” and the “hood” culture (large tight knit families, general disdain for authorities, love of bbq…etc), but the rich white people in power dont want people to know that because if the all the poor people reguardless of color realize they have shared interests band together and raise hell. Its over for the 1%. So they try their hardest to emphasize and exaggerate the cultural differences, in hopes of convincing the low income disenfranchized whites to vote right. I LOVE capitalist critical Appalachian culture. One of the first things i learned that fueled my interest was the origin of the word ‘redneck.’ Coal mining was HUGE from the mid 1700s to the early 1900s in states like Virginia and Pennsylvania as coal was a primary source of fuel for a lotta shit. Unsurprisingly, mine owners were capitalist pigs and exploited the hell outta coal miners. Like, paying them by the pound of coal they brought in rather than by hours worked, paying them in vouchers that could only be used at the store owned by the mining company, and offering no kind of health assistance when workers would inevitably succumb to illness and injury caused by the work they did. So miners began to unionize in the mid 1840s. To show solidarity and to make their employers take notice, unionists would wear red bandanas around their necks. And thus, the term ‘redneck’ was coined to describe the union supporters who eventually dismantled a lot of the exploitive practices used by the coal industry. Love these! Just discovered the hillbilly leftie podcast the Trillbilly Worker’s Party, and I am so excited to see more leftist organizing in these parts. We have an amazing history of labor struggle, and a fair amount of labor wins, in this region.
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mojave-wasteland-official: stephendann: brunhiddensmusings: kineticpenguin: tenthcorner: supapoopa: peterfromtexas: Reenactor throws a spear at a drone What a time to be alive. “The medieval warrior, realizing the consequences of his impulsive act, immediately approached the owner of the drone and offered to pay for the damage. The owner of the drone was so impressed by the brilliant attack that he suggested organizing a competition for bringing down “dragons” with short spears next year. Drone owners have another year to develop a unique “dragon-like” design for their flying machines.” (x) I am 100% cooler with this knowing that the spear-thrower realized “oops maybe I shouldn’t have done that” and tried to make it right, and that the guy who the drone belonged to was cool with it just so everyone knows, this has already been memorialized in a runestone Everything about this post blesses those involved with a +4 on their next Today is Good Day roll I crack up every time at seeing that runestone.  : mojave-wasteland-official: stephendann: brunhiddensmusings: kineticpenguin: tenthcorner: supapoopa: peterfromtexas: Reenactor throws a spear at a drone What a time to be alive. “The medieval warrior, realizing the consequences of his impulsive act, immediately approached the owner of the drone and offered to pay for the damage. The owner of the drone was so impressed by the brilliant attack that he suggested organizing a competition for bringing down “dragons” with short spears next year. Drone owners have another year to develop a unique “dragon-like” design for their flying machines.” (x) I am 100% cooler with this knowing that the spear-thrower realized “oops maybe I shouldn’t have done that” and tried to make it right, and that the guy who the drone belonged to was cool with it just so everyone knows, this has already been memorialized in a runestone Everything about this post blesses those involved with a +4 on their next Today is Good Day roll I crack up every time at seeing that runestone. 
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fknroyal: If one of the goals of your protest is to attain maximal reach for your cause, but you aren’t taking steps to make your action accessible, you’re lack of inclusivity will be a detriment to your own goal! Here are some things for organizers to keep in mind for tomorrow’s March For Our Lives and all protests. To support the students of Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School and the 30,000 people killed by guns every year, check out these links to find a march in your community, sign the petition to end gun violence, or donate to the March For Our Lives action fund . : my unapologetic... ACCESSIBLE PROTEST PACK EX Can everyone qet here? choose barrier-free spaces that Can everyone take a break or escape? are easy to travel to and navigate .. く$, secure nearby rest and refuge :/ spaces that accommodate bodily and sensory needs Can everyone feel safe here? maximally minimize potential Can everyone breathe? for harm and protect those most likely to be targeted by police and other powers D use fragrance-fee candles and designate no candle zones at vigil.s Can everyone understand? O provide signage, digitize handouts, and offer interpreting translating, sign language, live captioning, and guidence services Can everyone participate? O involve people typically disabled by society from day one of organizing fknroyal: If one of the goals of your protest is to attain maximal reach for your cause, but you aren’t taking steps to make your action accessible, you’re lack of inclusivity will be a detriment to your own goal! Here are some things for organizers to keep in mind for tomorrow’s March For Our Lives and all protests. To support the students of Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School and the 30,000 people killed by guns every year, check out these links to find a march in your community, sign the petition to end gun violence, or donate to the March For Our Lives action fund .
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mojave-wasteland-official: stephendann: brunhiddensmusings: kineticpenguin: tenthcorner: supapoopa: peterfromtexas: Reenactor throws a spear at a drone What a time to be alive. “The medieval warrior, realizing the consequences of his impulsive act, immediately approached the owner of the drone and offered to pay for the damage. The owner of the drone was so impressed by the brilliant attack that he suggested organizing a competition for bringing down “dragons” with short spears next year. Drone owners have another year to develop a unique “dragon-like” design for their flying machines.” (x) I am 100% cooler with this knowing that the spear-thrower realized “oops maybe I shouldn’t have done that” and tried to make it right, and that the guy who the drone belonged to was cool with it just so everyone knows, this has already been memorialized in a runestone Everything about this post blesses those involved with a +4 on their next Today is Good Day roll I crack up every time at seeing that runestone.  : mojave-wasteland-official: stephendann: brunhiddensmusings: kineticpenguin: tenthcorner: supapoopa: peterfromtexas: Reenactor throws a spear at a drone What a time to be alive. “The medieval warrior, realizing the consequences of his impulsive act, immediately approached the owner of the drone and offered to pay for the damage. The owner of the drone was so impressed by the brilliant attack that he suggested organizing a competition for bringing down “dragons” with short spears next year. Drone owners have another year to develop a unique “dragon-like” design for their flying machines.” (x) I am 100% cooler with this knowing that the spear-thrower realized “oops maybe I shouldn’t have done that” and tried to make it right, and that the guy who the drone belonged to was cool with it just so everyone knows, this has already been memorialized in a runestone Everything about this post blesses those involved with a +4 on their next Today is Good Day roll I crack up every time at seeing that runestone. 
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