Being certifiable myself, I can come up with a lot of conspiracy theory's.
I fantasize a lot but my wife keeps me on a leash.
Sounds completely within the realm of reality.
Great - you can watch Leave it to Beaver while the world burns - then you can
come out and be in the middle of no where with no friend and no life. But no
worry - you can have filtrated water and fight off the Zombies that are sure to
follow.By the way - who drops a bomb in Southern Utah? Ah - No
"McMullin said he moved to the rural community of Yellow Jacket because he
was worried about natural disasters and terrorism."==================The whole time I was reading this article the
main question I had was left unanswered.If he's so worried
about the potential for all sorts of disaster and is obviously serious about
preparing for such, where in the world is he moving to that is better than the
place he already has?!I might hurt his argument that this place is
such a Nirvana for people anxious to prepare for Armageddon when his final
statement would have to be, "And, I'm moving."
I think the best place to be if a nuclear weapon is dropped on Manhattan is
sitting in Central Park, not hunkering underground in Yellow Jacket. No bagels.
If I give him $5.9 million do you suppose he would paint the house. Pink ??
I'm not sure Leave It to Beaver would be my TV program of choice after the
apocalypse. Perhaps The Twilight Zone would be more appropriate.
Sadly for Jerry, most doomsdayers don't have anywhere near 5.9 million
dollers. Most own a 15 year old pickup and several guns. Being cooky
doesn't pay too well.
Right, Samhill. I also wanted to know why he was moving! and where to!
I suspect that if the rest of the world is melting down the risk at his location
isn't blast overpressure but fallout...long term fallout...so enjoy canned
TV while your body builds up to a leathal dose.
quickmatch, I agree. I've always said I do NOT want to survive a
nuclear disaster. I would rather go right away than deal with the
aftermath.And I was wondering, too, like others here: If this is the
perfect fortess, why is he moving?
I've never understood why anyone would want to live in a post-Armageddon
world. Dying's no treat, but it would be far better than that.
That owner financing is what is really intriguing. It seems he no longer thinks
such protection is necessary.
Maybe Clive Bundy ought to consider it to protect him from the BLM Swat Team.
Cooooooooooooooooooo.....l !being able to take a $5Million loss and walk
away.Cooooooooooooooooooo.....l !does he have john denver's
gasoline reserve tanks ?the real question is does the house/property have
a raised gardeni don't have the money, but maybe he will finance me.
i'm a loner
@BYU Joe, I'm not saying I agree with mr doomsday in the article, and I
can't imagine anyone dropping bombs in southern utah, but you can test
bombs in south east nevada, and the wind can carry the radiation to st. george
where people will die from the cancer. just throwing that out there.
It only takes a bit of Googling on the internet machine to find out that this
guy is in serious financial trouble (foreclosure) and is being sued.Previous plans were for a "luxury resort" and a "five star
restaurant 100 feet in the air". Obviously, the restaurant would be
perched atop that old communications power.He's tried
everything to get rich; it hasn't worked.So now he thinks the
world is ending. Get a job, Jacked Up.
But wait, there's more....if you call within the next hour you will get his
free book "Do it yourself doomsday medicine", a $200k value for Free.
That's 1 Doomsday house for 5.9M, plus 1 free Doomsday book (value 200k)
for one low price with negotiable financing.