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Mad Max and the Democrax

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Posted By: Big Bopper, 9/19/2020 9:39:11 AM

The best of the “Mad Max” movie series is the second, called “Road Warrior.” In a post-apocalyptic Australian desert, a former cop named Max, played by a young and buff Mel Gibson, drives around with a sawed-off shotgun in a tricked-out American muscle car wearing tight black leather and a large chip on his shoulder. The reason for that chip on Max’s shoulder – the reason he’s mad – is that he was such a good cop in the first movie that a bunch of weirdo thugs sought to defund him. Max was too tough for them, so they settled for his wife and infant son.

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It really is starting to look post-apocalyptic out there.

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Reply 1 - Posted by: thomthomp 9/19/2020 10:14:21 AM (No. 545552)
We should be aware that civilization CAN disappear, as history has repeatedly shown, and it can take decades if not centuries to reappear, with no guarantees that it will. Putting the current crop of ignorant, intolerant, violent Democrats in charge could well be the beginning of a new Dark Ages.
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Reply 2 - Posted by: DVC 9/19/2020 1:53:16 PM (No. 545799)
The Mad Max series isn't that far off of what these feral humans want to do to us all. Remember, Max's biggest problem was a shortage of ammo. Many folks took that as a cautionary tale long ago. In the 1990s, 1,000 rounds of 7.62 NATO rifle ammunition, in waterproof military storage could be delivered to your door for $150. Some took great advantage of this situation.
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Posted by Big Bopper 9/19/2020 9:39:11 AM Post Reply
The best of the “Mad Max” movie series is the second, called “Road Warrior.” In a post-apocalyptic Australian desert, a former cop named Max, played by a young and buff Mel Gibson, drives around with a sawed-off shotgun in a tricked-out American muscle car wearing tight black leather and a large chip on his shoulder. The reason for that chip on Max’s shoulder – the reason he’s mad – is that he was such a good cop in the first movie that a bunch of weirdo thugs sought to defund him. Max was too tough for them, so they settled for his wife and infant son.
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