Preppers seem to be few and far between, and likeminded people are somewhat uncommon outside of discussion boards. So I am curious if any of you have met other preppers in person. If so, how do you guys arrange meet-ups?
Well...if you want the truth...I'll have to point out that...YOU CAN'T HANDLE THE TRUTH!
The Truth is that YES, pretty much ALL of us preppers are in it together. We are everywhere, behind every corner, in every crowd. We can be ANYWHERE.
We have weekly meetings, that you can only attend by invitation only. In addition to the invitation, you must know the secret prepper password AND the secret prepper hand shake.
If you can pass this criteria, then you are allowed into the meeting field. Once in the field, all preppers are loaded into trucks and drivened to a secret helipad. Biometric scans are required to board the choppers (retina scan, finger prints and DNA test, all of which are performed by Doc_Shane in a makeshift field lab). After the tests confirm your identity, txflyboy and MikeK fly us out into the Gulf of Mexico in the black hawk choppers, where we land on an old, deserted, offshore oil platform. From there, we take the elevator down to Kev's super secret undersea prepper base.
Deep below the surface world, secure in our undersea prepper base, surrounded by bags of rice, mountains of beans, crates of slim jims and all the root bear you could ever want, we, the preppers of the survivalist boards, have our top secret meetings.
Actually, at our last meeting, we were discussing you, oddly enough.
It seems that FarmerJohn, rover and Speedofl33t were of the mind, that perhaps you were "READY" to be brought into our secret fold.
Mogli stated that our undercover surveillance operative, you may know him as Jungleboy, reports that you have been showing great promise, but she still wasn't fully convinced that you are ready for FULL initiation into our inner sanctum.
Both goose3 and myself suggested to Kev, that you be given a chance...and that if you turned out to be some prepper noob that endangered our OPSEC, we could always have our operative Grevlin "take care of it"...if you get my drift.
Crutch was opposed to letting you in too deep, too fast. He affirmed that you had the potential to make an excellent prepper, but that we shouldn't rush your enlightenment to the prepping cause, lest it overwhelm you and lead to "hasty" decisions.
Our meeting came to a close with Kev still deliberating on the merits of allowing you inside our inner circle. He postponed his decision until our next weekly meeting.
Oh, wait...I've just received a text message from MikeK about OPSEC protocols.
*reads the text and clears his throat*
Ahem...strike what I just said. Our last meeting was in a Dallas/Fort Worth holiday Inn Express and all we discussed was where to get the best prices of 50lb bags of rice. That is our official story and we're sticking to it.
Have a nice day.