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Old 03-02-2011, 02:03 PM
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Classics from the movie, Red Dawn. But noteworthy. Do you have buzzwords or catchphrases to communicate with friends/family in a SHTF situation?
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Opsec dictates I cannot speak with you about this....but I do have beard now
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Don't tell me -- don't tell me!

Seriously though -- I'm not looking for your catch phrases -- just asking if you have them. If not, it might not be a bad idea, to have words to replace locations and times.
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I was kidding , actually each of us has an enigma machine.
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Classics from the movie, Red Dawn.
The moustache catch phrase is from "The Longest Day"...

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Red Dawn? ..... you sure? ........ I thought they were code words to the French Resistance for D-Day in the movie "The Longest Day" .......

Probably the most famous and popular code words for preppers is "Alas Babylon" ....
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Red Dawn? ..... you sure? ........ I thought they were code words to the French Resistance for D-Day in the movie "The Longest Day" .......

Probably the most famous and popular code words for preppers is "Alas Babylon" ....
Well, it's been 25 years or so since Red Dawn came out - but I'm pretty sure there is a scene where both those phrases are used.
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Classics from the movie, Red Dawn. But noteworthy. Do you have buzzwords or catchphrases to communicate with friends/family in a SHTF situation?

I assume you know that "John Has A Long Moustache" was a french resistance code from ww2 not red dawn ???
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the egg is in the nest. the eagle flies at dawn. only so many times you can lead a horse to water before you have to shoot it.
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To the OP, yes.
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Don't tell me -- don't tell me!

Seriously though -- I'm not looking for your catch phrases -- just asking if you have them. If not, it might not be a bad idea, to have words to replace locations and times.
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I was kidding , actually each of us has an enigma machine.
You have an enema machine?
Eeeowww.

Oh, Annette has long nosehairs.
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You have an enema machine?
Eeeowww.
EnIgma machine, similar but different, mine has cranks and spits out code, yours has tubes and spits out....well you know....
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I guess I'm old school, use lines from poems. Kipling, Poe, or even Homer. The line or phrase from before or after code '...when all about you are losing theirs.' IF you know what I mean.
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I guess I'm old school, use lines from poems. Kipling, Poe, or even Homer.
Mmmmm, donuts.
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Those phrases may have originated elsewhere, but they are used in the movie Red Dawn.

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Oh wow, that gives me an excuse to watch it again! Just to verify, of course.......
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Lol! Yeah, they are hanging out in the woods, after the old man gave them the radio from the freezer and they are gathered around listening to it.
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Eeeowww.

Oh, Annette has long nosehairs.


LOL!!!!!!!!!
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