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From: Zachary Ginter <zgunbear01-at-comcast.net>
Subject: Re: Canadians
Date: Fri, 04 Oct 2002 22:44:00 -0500
Reply-To: tanks-at-rctankcombat.com

I am in Tennessee, I can be the last fall back position if the onslaught
catches us off gaurd. I like the idea of a Hetzer style vehicle, but won't
it be hard to stuff everything inside? I have been toying with the idea of
adapting a large scale 4x4 rc truck into a South African Eland 90 armored
car. Simple shape to recreate and by going this route the suspension would
already be built. It most likely would not have traverse at first but a
fixed turrent.  The Eland 90 was a license built copy of  the French Panhard
 It is fast and had a big gun for so small a vehicle.
Is there anyone else in the Volunteer state willing to support our Northern
Brethren against the Canadian hordes?
----- Original Message -----
From: "Frank Pittelli" <frank-at-pittelli.com>
To: <tanks-at-rctankcombat.com>
Sent: Friday, October 04, 2002 10:21 PM
Subject: Re: Canadians

> Happy Dude wrote:
> > I was just wondering how many Canadians do we have on this mailing
> > list.  I being one of them, An accurate count would be interesting, if
> > enough people can build tanks I could see a nice Canadian Alliance being
> > made.
> >
> To All Members South Of The Canadian Border,
> A wise old man once told me that:
> - when one Canadian talks about doing something, he's thinking out loud,
> - when two Canadians talk about something, it's just the beer talking,
> - but when three Canadians actually agree on something, it's time to pay
> attention (and lock up your farm animals ;-)
> Therefore, I hereby call on all red-blooded U.S. battlers to waste no
> time in your efforts to construct armored vehicles.  War game
> simulations conducted by the Tri-Pact Bureau of Advanced Planning
> indicate that the Canadians will, in fact, gain a few victories early in
> the war, but that they will eventually be overwhelmed by superior
> technology being developed in our well-secured southern states.
> Nonetheless, the simulations (which have a 47% margin of error) indicate
> that the earlier we begin defending our northern frontiers, the less
> damage will result in key states like Ohio and Maryland.  (Sure, we may
> lose big chunks of Michigan and maybe even the entire state of New
> Hampshire, but what the heck.)
> Don't delay.  Gather the necessary approvals from your supreme leaders
> (ie. your spouses), start stock-piling the necessary materials and, most
> importantly, keep an eye out for Canadians who may already be living
> near you ... they are all in constant contact with each other.
> Skirmishes could begin as early as next spring ... be prepared.
> Frank Pittelli
> Dir. of Hometown Security
> Tri-Pact Defense Analysis Division