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Re: Mole job with local gov - opportunity for monkeywrenching?
« Reply #15 on: December 13, 2006, 11:37:24 am »

Several years ago, I was registered as a Democrat and the local group called me to help distribute some election flyers.  I showed up on my bicycle, pulling a small trailer and loaded up several bundles of 11X17 hand-outs that I was supposed to stick in doorways.  Instead, I pedaled furiously to the local recycling center, threw the whold mess into a paper bin and went home.  This being a cesspit of liberalism, the guy won anyway.  Oh well, I tried... :huh:
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Re: Mole job with local gov - opportunity for monkeywrenching?
« Reply #16 on: December 13, 2006, 12:20:34 pm »

Most companies around here test for employment screening, and only retest when an accident occurs.  No random screening as far as I am concerned.  I do not want someone under the influence on the job, but what he does in his own life is fine.  The testing after an incident is more of part of the investigation than "random" although the standard is a pretty low hurdle to cross.
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Re: Mole job with local gov - opportunity for monkeywrenching?
« Reply #17 on: March 23, 2007, 09:11:05 am »

I think it could be the ultimate monkeywrenching opportunity. Even if one had to curb one's  enthusiasm for sabotage to remain in the job, the potential for lessening the inherent injustices that are present in every governmental system would be worth the effort. You could report on the truth or falsity of the notion that 'power corrupts absolutely'. It could be a noble experiment. Not to mention FUN.
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Re: Mole job with local gov - opportunity for monkeywrenching?
« Reply #18 on: July 07, 2007, 09:30:54 pm »

Wow,  Drug testing is the least of my concerns.  I find myself in probably the most invasive job around.  I work in Airports and thanks to the TSA and Homeland Security Department, I've got no privacy at all. All airport employees are treated like criminals on a daily basis.  Subject to fingerprinting, and random search of our persons and accessible property.

It wasn't always like this of course.  I got into the field because I love aviation.  Then 911 came along and the SS started "protecting der Father Land" and all the new agencies were created...TSA...ICE...USCBP...DHS.
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Re: Mole job with local gov - opportunity for monkeywrenching?
« Reply #19 on: June 22, 2008, 02:35:00 am »

my job reqiures me to do drug testing day in and day out. its more like a constant testing of drugs,,, do i do any ,,, yupp all the ones im testing .. im a medicinal marijana grower reg. in my state. sure hope thats not a problem around here, if so ill gather my crutchs and swing on down the road... lol (arm crutchs get ya swingin) till then ill puff puff,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, HB
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Re: Mole job with local gov - opportunity for monkeywrenching?
« Reply #20 on: January 18, 2015, 08:18:12 pm »

Got to thinking about something Cowardly lion say in another thread.

He was looking at how to be a mole.
Not sure what type of mole he would like to be, but any one that works for the Government and loves liberty is a mole.
What you do while there, is up to you, saying what you do will take you out of the mole part and put a nice big target on your back.

So maybe people here need to back off the put downs of people that work for the Government and find out what they think, and then help them.


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Re: Mole job with local gov - opportunity for monkeywrenching?
« Reply #21 on: January 19, 2015, 05:27:33 am »

So maybe people here need to back off the put downs of people that work for the Government and find out what they think, and then help them.

Liberty loving "moles" don't seem to show up at TMM too often... and I'd question the bona fides of any who did... why would they expose themselves that way? We know nothing written here is hidden. A real mole for liberty wouldn't say anything about it, I think. At least not a smart one.
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Re: Mole job with local gov - opportunity for monkeywrenching?
« Reply #22 on: January 19, 2015, 11:11:16 pm »

Got to thinking about something Cowardly lion say in another thread.

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Holy crap, Dawg, that's the nicest thing anybody's ever said to me - I got you thinking.  Thank you so much, maybe I have something to contribute after all.  And in case anyone thinks I'm being sarcastic, I am dead serious.  I have never received a higher compliment in all of my writings.

I *did* think of something myself, not too long ago, in terms of mole activity.  Long ago, in a galaxy far, far away, Claire initiated a stamp meme with the term RebelFire - I still have the stamp.  Somewhere.

But I have a couple of ideas for new stamps, memes I created here and elsewhere, and I will gladly let anyone create their own stamps with them and 'spread the word', so to speak.

The first was 'Who owns you?'  Imagine if that question began showing up on, say, currency (not that I deface lawful currency), or, on the backs of bills you pay, or on the back pages of newspapers sitting on newsstands.

The second, and a little more subtle. is the phrase 'Kiss Me', from the memorable scene in Dog Day Afternoon when Al Pacino tells the cop 'Kiss me, I like to be kissed when I'm being fucked'.

I like these ideas.  Anybody else?

cl
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Re: Mole job with local gov - opportunity for monkeywrenching?
« Reply #23 on: January 20, 2015, 06:12:06 am »

  Long ago, in a galaxy far, far away, Claire initiated a stamp meme with the term RebelFire - I still have the stamp.  Somewhere.

But I have a couple of ideas for new stamps, memes I created here and elsewhere, and I will gladly let anyone create their own stamps with them and 'spread the word', so to speak.

The first was 'Who owns you?'  Imagine if that question began showing up on, say, currency (not that I deface lawful currency), or, on the backs of bills you pay, or on the back pages of newspapers sitting on newsstands.

The second, and a little more subtle. is the phrase 'Kiss Me', from the memorable scene in Dog Day Afternoon when Al Pacino tells the cop 'Kiss me, I like to be kissed when I'm being fucked'.

I like these ideas.  Anybody else?

cl

Sounds terrific! I used to have a stamp and put it on all sorts of things years ago. No idea what happened to it. Was a Gadsden flag.  Unfortunately, it didn't show up well on money.
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Re: Mole job with local gov - opportunity for monkeywrenching?
« Reply #24 on: April 25, 2015, 04:50:46 pm »

I can think of a dozen ways to cost Big Bro  a million $ more money.  But you have to have cojones and ability to pull them off.
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Re: Mole job with local gov - opportunity for monkeywrenching?
« Reply #25 on: April 25, 2015, 04:55:04 pm »

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Re: Mole job with local gov - opportunity for monkeywrenching?
« Reply #26 on: April 25, 2015, 04:56:38 pm »

I can think of a dozen ways to cost Big Bro  a million $ more money.  But you have to have cojones and ability to pull them off.

I have both, I am all ears GK.... I am curious though. What do you mean by costing big bro millions more. I mean, isn't that just an indoctrinated way of saying costing you and I millions more..?
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Re: Mole job with local gov - opportunity for monkeywrenching?
« Reply #27 on: April 25, 2015, 06:05:02 pm »

I can think of a dozen ways to cost Big Bro  a million $ more money.  But you have to have cojones and ability to pull them off.

I have both, I am all ears GK.... I am curious though. What do you mean by costing big bro millions more. I mean, isn't that just an indoctrinated way of saying costing you and I millions more..?
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Re: Mole job with local gov - opportunity for monkeywrenching?
« Reply #28 on: April 25, 2015, 06:43:48 pm »

if you give Big Bro any money, you are part of the problem. he couldn't pay his thugs without tax monies. The ways of which I speak are major, major felonies and some are morally reprehensible, besides.  if and when the time comes for such action, the "how to" will be posted all over the Net, that's a promise.
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Re: Mole job with local gov - opportunity for monkeywrenching?
« Reply #29 on: April 25, 2015, 07:45:13 pm »

but the net will be one of the first things to go.. What about a nuclear bomb, emp, or the damn sun ?
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