Mandalay Bay shooting

^^^^My long lost much younger twin brother! YES! PONTIACS and NO CELL PHONES, life was good back then, 60's and early 70's I mean. ^^^^ Well, at least it was if you weren't in South East Asia.

389 Tri Power, 421 SD, 428 SD, 455 HO, no replacement for displacement.

And who needed a cell phone, pay phones were all around, well, at least every 100 miles or so, and if you needed one and had a fast Pontiac, that was a short distance to travel.
You and Tophog, there are several well known Hudson collectors in Pahrump.
 

LASCHRIS

Life is hard enough. It's harder when your stupid
prolly 3" of skull on the wall???
This is it! The shooter brought up a body in one of the suit cases. He left the body as a decoy, and is free running the streets planning more evil.
Now can we close this? Mods? If you do, the tin foil hat guys might go elsewhere.
 

ColtBill45

Hydrostatic shock creator
This is it! The shooter brought up a body in one of the suit cases. He left the body as a decoy, and is free running the streets planning more evil.
Now can we close this? Mods? If you do, the tin foil hat guys might go elsewhere.
And Bigfoot was waiting for him in the car with the motor running.
 
Ron, and others who have been discussing this, I feel pretty confident that the connecting door to 134 has a bolt lock AND a handle lock on the 134 side.

If Paddock knocked out the window in 134, fired, then went over to 135 and broke out that window afterwards, it is very possible that the sudden flow of wind from the broken window in 134, blowing in the direction of the newly opened orifice in 135 slammed the door shut, leaving both Paddock and the entry team locked out from the 135 side.

Thoughts?
 

SG1

lets do it.
Ron, and others who have been discussing this, I feel pretty confident that the connecting door to 134 has a bolt lock AND a handle lock on the 134 side.

If Paddock knocked out the window in 134, fired, then went over to 135 and broke out that window afterwards, it is very possible that the sudden flow of wind from the broken window in 134, blowing in the direction of the newly opened orifice in 135 slammed the door shut, leaving both Paddock and the entry team locked out from the 135 side.

Thoughts?
There was less then 5MPH that day, I dont think it could do it.
 
TopHog said:
It has nothing to do with my experience or beliefs. I love a good cat fight, but not . . . THE . . . SAME . . . FIGHT, over and over, all day, every day!
I hope you can see now that it's not the same fight. Every page opens new perspectives of previously hashed details. Even when things look like they're standing still or repeating, members are digesting new thoughts on what was previously posted. As per your enjoying a "good cat fight", are you suggesting that the serious effort of citizens trying to unravel the rubbish being fed them by Lombardo is nothing but a bunch of (kitty cats) pawing at each other for your amusement? Authoritarianism for its own sake is a pathetic path to respect an it starts with your attitude. Lombardo is just another LEO who has been persuaded that the common citizen doesn't matter to them. Have a look at the post below:
https://youtu.be/mzhOkzyK3EQ

This is what awaits all common citizens if you keep letting this authoritarian attitude go unchecked, wherever you find it. EVEN ON FORUMS LIKE THIS ONE! In my short while here, I've already had a post deleted. It politely asked if the background of the new ownership were representatives of or had financial ties to LEO and casino interests. I think this is important for members to know so they can better assess the motivations of moderator actions and posts. The fact that there was a lock down on information even from public offices like the coroner (which you pay for with your tax dollars) makes evidence for LEOs constructing a believable BS narrative greater than the evidence to be truthful about what happened. They're doing their damndest to pin everything on Paddock and Danley. I'm not buying it and you shouldn't either.
 
Regarding the connecting door to 134, the connecting doors do not have hydraulic mechanisms to automatically shut them. There are also no handles of any sort on the side that faces 135 to pull it shut.

It would have been very difficult to manually close that door from the 135 side, with it having no handle to pull it.

Others are finally asking this question:

http://baltimorepostexaminer.com/po...hen-paddocks-locked-adjoining-room/2018/01/26
 

steve

Obsessed Member
So help me figure the ammo guy in AZ out. http://www.newsweek.com/las-vegas-shooting-person-interest-douglas-haig-795661


He statesHe said repeatedly that he did not know why agents had contacted him and that he had no ties that he knew of to Paddock. “It could have been a business card from a year ago, two years ago, who knows?” he said. “He might have had one of my cards and wrote something on the back of it that they found in his house.”


But now he fesses up and says he sold it face to face with him. Seems a bit odd.
 
So help me figure the ammo guy in AZ out. http://www.newsweek.com/las-vegas-shooting-person-interest-douglas-haig-795661


He statesHe said repeatedly that he did not know why agents had contacted him and that he had no ties that he knew of to Paddock. “It could have been a business card from a year ago, two years ago, who knows?” he said. “He might have had one of my cards and wrote something on the back of it that they found in his house.”


But now he fesses up and says he sold it face to face with him. Seems a bit odd.

It is very strange when stories change like that. As long as you are not Law Enforcement, then it's ok.
 
Just like the ones who ignore court orders to pay their grazing fees.


Really? You are going to go there after all the proof of government overreach regarding what has systematically been done to ranchers, logging, etc in this country?

You stepped in it this time. You just illustrated your complete and apparently irreversible misunderstanding of the government’s constitutional mandate to be responsible to the people, and not the other way around.

We have a constitutional right to protest the government. The government has no right to protest us.


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Gunhand

Firearms Instructor
Really? You are going to go there after all the proof of government overreach regarding what has systematically been done to ranchers, logging, etc in this country?

You stepped in it this time. You just illustrated your complete and apparently irreversible misunderstanding of the government’s constitutional mandate to be responsible to the people, and not the other way around.

We have a constitutional right to protest the government. The government has no right to protest us.


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Hey Brother, I was just making the point that court orders are ignored by a lot of people, not just the "criminals" that you pointed out. Not trying to start a thread war, just stating a point.
 
Hey Brother, I was just making the point that court orders are ignored by a lot of people, not just the "criminals" that you pointed out. Not trying to start a thread war, just stating a point.


I don’t want a war either. I am too old to fight! Lol.

The government has the duty to disregard court orders that are unlawful and violate our founding documents (federal down to local).

“Because I don’t want to” is not a duty of the government.

This is the same tactic they use to avoid responding to FOIA requests.

They have become enemies of the people in these instances. It it time to clean house and remove every public official who betrays the people in these ways.

Maybe that is something that Trump will do as an example. Who knows?


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Hey Brother, I was just making the point that court orders are ignored by a lot of people, not just the "criminals" that you pointed out. Not trying to start a thread war, just stating a point.


Should the Feds surveil and monitor the Coroners office? And line up with automatic weapons pointed at them?


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