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Cobalt-60 Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Tue Aug-07-07 01:36 AM
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We have reason to believe that many installations currently under construction by the government are to be old fashioned Concentration Camps.
As I'm certain to find myself in one, I was considering the difficulty of tunneling out.
And then it hit me.
Why wait until I'm a starving political prisoner? Wouldn't it be better to pre position an escape tunnel?
Yes, while I'm well fed and can use power tools without being shot.
That way I would have but to dig down to the tunnel out of sight of the Blackwells to escape.
If is only knew where I was bound I could take a couple days off work and dig a nice tunnel into the camp.
The only way to be sure would be to bore a passage under all of them. It's too much for me alone.
Wouldn't it be a shame for the 'Cons if all these camps were to go on line complete with already installed escape routes?
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