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what are you doing to prepare for the end? any practical advice you can offer to newbies in the end of the world game?
Get out of the city.
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**** I'm not an insider, I just live here ****
back to nature....hmmm....maybe the farm life is for me after.
the stores...times square....fresh air.....decisions decisions
what kind of weaponry should i get?
I thought of designing a taser that would hide in your sleeve, and you could shoot it out like spider man.
Never drink standing water. Running sources only.
You may run like Hayes, but you hit like $*!#
I suppose you'll want us all to start calling you Mr Douglas.
yes & my neighbor & close friend arnold ziffle says hello
I actually watched an episode of that show that shows these people a week or so ago. Dude they highlighted on the show had built his house on a cliff to make it harder for would be attackers to access. Then he had installed an automatic gate/fence that you couldn't even drive a truck through. He had camera's installed at every door, a trained attack German Sheppard, a laser trip wire that will trigger a pepper spray bomb, and he was practicing his getaway in his Tahoe with bullet proof glass. I can't remember everything else he had done, but I would highly recommend starting with all of this.
That guy had more money then most of us know what to do with. I am looking towards the somewhat more practical prepping.
I always liked those chicks down at the Petticoat Junction.
yep, nice little train ride there. what was the name of that railroad?
i was thinking the other day relevant to this, back in the middle of the 20th century american tv featured rural characters with great success
now, we are way less rural & we definitely aint got no beverly hillbillies, green acres or said junction
its weird watching the culture change....word, lets go back
I don't have a plan. But I have a friend that does. So I'm just going to his house.
what is his address?
I'm reminded of an episode of the Twilight Zone, "The Shelter"
You may want to build you own shelter or come up with a better plan - just saying
ah yes. you are correct. how could i forget? other than old age senility & all that?
i know somebody who might be able to help out on any shelter. mister haney has a wide selection of rube goldberg objectes de artiste you might wish to entertain
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