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strider3700 wrote:Jack wrote:11) Get good, sturdy underwear and socks. These may be in short supply.
A few years back I discovered the joy of good socks. I had no idea that there is such a thing as good underwear. How much better then fruit of the loom can you get and what makes it better?
Pops wrote:Crap, this is the best thread I have started in a while!
Come on – let’s hear something different – maybe something from the folks in town or...
We know you are out there so pipe up; you must have a plan if you are reading here.
You might save somebody's kids, maybe talking about it could save yours.
In the bipolar US, you're either rich, poor, trying to be rich, or trying not to be poor.Farmboy wrote:You are poor.
Pops wrote:For a few years now I have been trying to distill my view of a few general rules folks can consider while preparing for the possibility of energy and resource depletion.
Sloper wrote: 2. Be mentally prepared to be a bad-ass - there will be a LOT of desperate people perfectly willing to kill you and your family to take what you have. From my stoney little heart I can't see what the poiint of making plans to survive if your not willing to go all the way... with whatever it takes to survive. so-get guns and ammo and be prepared to use them
efarmer wrote:"Taste the sizzling fury of fajita skillet death you marauding zombie goon!"
PrairieMule wrote:While I have entrenched a redneck attitude about our guns and simpler life on a ranch, I have learned that the hippies, lefties, libretarians, and assorted weirdos are right about our civil rights. I'd advise anyone new to the doom culture to first own and frequently read a copy of The Bill of Rights. Then read sections starting with sec 200 on up of the Patriot Act II. It will effect even the mildest "retreater" or "homesteader" in the next 5-10 years.
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