Someone thinks they can scare me by posting certain personal things on this board. It won't work friend and if any real problem come from it you will be talking to a very good lawyer. Remember that sort of thing is a two way street.
Laugh away you loony old crackpot! You were ignorant and foolish enough to post these personal things about yourself in the first place. You've got your neofacist, racist, antisemitic views spread all over the internet with your name and street address loonily attached to them ("My Life" probably wasn't the smartest thing you've signed up for). Then you lie, lie, lie about all of your exploits against "communists". The best whopper was the one about beating up Harry Bridges and his boys...the year you were born! Nobody is threatening you, you lying coward ("runner"...that makes ME laugh). Maybe you should be spending more time helping your ill wife (whose illness YOU posted about) instead of spinning your go nowhere conspiracy theories, fantasizing about your "Big Brother" in heaven punishing everyone who calls you out for the the lying, pansy tool you are, and posting to the T Board and "Jew Watch" - the latter, now there's a quality site.
Interesting about "Jew Watch". It's operated by a "Jew". Seems as though you've spent a lot of time researching me. I have a very good friend that works for a large software company. Perhaps I should have him do a little tracing of you. You have it wrong about the "year I was born" and Harry Bridges. My good friend from the 101st Airborne and a handful of others did a number on Bridges boys in 1967. Took ones picket stick with it's commie slogan and rammed the broken end into his belly and left him in the street. They paraded with bailing hooks. I was in on the "punch In" in L.A. in 1967. It was really fun. Interesting too is that most of the rank and file cops were with us too. Yes, "Runner". I've been a fair runner most of my life and run every distance from one mile to one hundred miles. I've done triathlons and even boxed some. I worked with amateur boxing for a number of years. Could still get in the ring in my late forties and hold my own with some pretty good boxers. James Foreman was kinda my favorite, getting back in the ring at 50. He also flew the American flag in the Mexico City Olympics while the dips gave the commie salute. The clinched fist raised to heaven.