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  posted on 7/15/2008 at 02:11 PM
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My Madmax wig and a cool car.

 

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  posted on 7/15/2008 at 02:21 PM
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  posted on 7/15/2008 at 02:35 PM
Aside from some basic survival tools, food and water, a copy of At Fillmore East.

 

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  posted on 7/15/2008 at 02:41 PM


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  posted on 7/15/2008 at 02:55 PM
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  posted on 7/15/2008 at 03:27 PM
The ability to become invisible....

 

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  posted on 7/15/2008 at 06:42 PM
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  posted on 7/15/2008 at 07:10 PM
I'm always amazed when people take things like this so lightly. But then, earthquake preparedness was taught when I grew up in LA and I got some first hand experience in survival mode when I lived in WA State and the entire river valley flooded with us on the east side about 50 miles east of Seattle. We were completely cut off from any town for 3 solid days and nights. I've kept some kind of "bug-out bag" since I was 20 years old or so. I carry a fairly well-stocked survival kit in my car, and a pretty complete one is packed and ready to go for whenever the next tornado/flood/hurricane/riot effects my neighborhood. (The "riot" is very tongue in cheek. We prepare mostly for natural disasters.)

Anyway, here's what I have all the time:

Tent
Waterproof Matches
Water purification
Compass
Maps
FM 21-76 US ARMY SURVIVAL MANUAL
An extremely well stocked First Aid Kit
2 x Frying pan, pot, plate and cup that fit in each other.
3 Cans of pottted meat
2 Cans of spam
2 Cans of Bush's Baked Beans
1 Full bottle of multivitamins
Camoflage compact with mirror
Full camelbak type water reservoir
Paracord
Sterno cans
Sleeping bag
Hunting knifes and other game dressing essentials
Henry Break-down 22LR Survival Rifle
100 - 500 rounds 22LR
Kel-Tec SU16A .223 rifle
500 rounds .223 always on hand, 50 - 100 rounds in the pack
S&W Mdl. 3000 12 GA Shotgun
12 gauge 10 slugs, 50 buckshot, 50 birdshot
AM/FM/Weather/Shortwave Radio
1 Pair Motorola 2 way radio w/potential 16 mile range
Folding Shovel
Hatchet
Maglite
Spare Batteries
MRE's
Bulk Granola

That's all I can remember off the top of my head. There's more, and I keep an inventory with purchase/expiration dates for the food, and rotate as necessary. The car-kit is mostly first aid stuff, with a couple of knives and small tools for extricating from wrecked cars or light clearing of debris in the road.

Call me paranoid if you like, but I'll guaran-damn-tee ya that close to a million displaced folks in the aftermath of Katrina would've killed for even half this stuff. Come to think of it, wouldn't surprise me if some of them did!

Tom S.

 

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  posted on 7/15/2008 at 11:45 PM
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2 Cans of Bush's Baked Beans

Better watch what you pack around this forum!!!! LOL


On the contrary, we have Bush's Fried Chicken down here and its about the regular best fried chicken Ive had (Popeyes spicy is still king)

 

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  posted on 7/15/2008 at 11:46 PM
Seriously though, I think a lot of people dont take this issue seriously because its unlikely to happen. Natural disasters? Sure. Political upheaval at the thought of Obama winning the Presidency? Not likely.

 

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  posted on 7/16/2008 at 06:39 AM
Where did anyone say anything about political upheaval if Obama wins? You read waaay to much into these post. Do you use tea leaves or tarrot cards?
 

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  posted on 7/16/2008 at 09:07 AM
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I'm always amazed when people take things like this so lightly. But then, earthquake preparedness was taught when I grew up in LA and I got some first hand experience in survival mode when I lived in WA State and the entire river valley flooded with us on the east side about 50 miles east of Seattle. We were completely cut off from any town for 3 solid days and nights. I've kept some kind of "bug-out bag" since I was 20 years old or so. I carry a fairly well-stocked survival kit in my car, and a pretty complete one is packed and ready to go for whenever the next tornado/flood/hurricane/riot effects my neighborhood. (The "riot" is very tongue in cheek. We prepare mostly for natural disasters.)

Anyway, here's what I have all the time:

Tent
Waterproof Matches
Water purification
Compass
Maps
FM 21-76 US ARMY SURVIVAL MANUAL
An extremely well stocked First Aid Kit
2 x Frying pan, pot, plate and cup that fit in each other.
3 Cans of pottted meat
2 Cans of spam
2 Cans of Bush's Baked Beans
1 Full bottle of multivitamins
Camoflage compact with mirror
Full camelbak type water reservoir
Paracord
Sterno cans
Sleeping bag
Hunting knifes and other game dressing essentials
Henry Break-down 22LR Survival Rifle
100 - 500 rounds 22LR
Kel-Tec SU16A .223 rifle
500 rounds .223 always on hand, 50 - 100 rounds in the pack
S&W Mdl. 3000 12 GA Shotgun
12 gauge 10 slugs, 50 buckshot, 50 birdshot
AM/FM/Weather/Shortwave Radio
1 Pair Motorola 2 way radio w/potential 16 mile range
Folding Shovel
Hatchet
Maglite
Spare Batteries
MRE's
Bulk Granola

That's all I can remember off the top of my head. There's more, and I keep an inventory with purchase/expiration dates for the food, and rotate as necessary. The car-kit is mostly first aid stuff, with a couple of knives and small tools for extricating from wrecked cars or light clearing of debris in the road.

Call me paranoid if you like, but I'll guaran-damn-tee ya that close to a million displaced folks in the aftermath of Katrina would've killed for even half this stuff. Come to think of it, wouldn't surprise me if some of them did!

Tom S.

Tom, you forgot one important thing....

A BIG effin' truck to carry all of that stuff in!!!

 

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Where did anyone say anything about political upheaval if Obama wins? You read waaay to much into these post. Do you use tea leaves or tarrot cards?


You know and I know what the quiet implication was for this post and others. Several have predicted riots in the streets already if he should lose. Its the same claptrap that was going around when Clinton was president.

 

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  posted on 7/16/2008 at 12:34 PM
No, not if he loses. That was not what was implied. It was stated if there was an assassination that there could be riots. I don't see where that is too off the charts to happen. There won't be riots if he losses. Now, had Hillary stole that nomination from him thru the Supers, that might have been a problem as well. It would take an event to occur to cause such a reaction. But I can't remember anyone saying win, lose, or draw that there would be any such scenerio that would unfold. Is there potential for trouble on the horizon if an EVENT were to occur, absolutely. Be prepared, thats all.
 

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I'm always amazed when people take things like this so lightly. But then, earthquake preparedness was taught when I grew up in LA and I got some first hand experience in survival mode when I lived in WA State and the entire river valley flooded with us on the east side about 50 miles east of Seattle. We were completely cut off from any town for 3 solid days and nights. I've kept some kind of "bug-out bag" since I was 20 years old or so. I carry a fairly well-stocked survival kit in my car, and a pretty complete one is packed and ready to go for whenever the next tornado/flood/hurricane/riot effects my neighborhood. (The "riot" is very tongue in cheek. We prepare mostly for natural disasters.)

Anyway, here's what I have all the time:

Tent
Waterproof Matches
Water purification
Compass
Maps
FM 21-76 US ARMY SURVIVAL MANUAL
An extremely well stocked First Aid Kit
2 x Frying pan, pot, plate and cup that fit in each other.
3 Cans of pottted meat
2 Cans of spam
2 Cans of Bush's Baked Beans
1 Full bottle of multivitamins
Camoflage compact with mirror
Full camelbak type water reservoir
Paracord
Sterno cans
Sleeping bag
Hunting knifes and other game dressing essentials
Henry Break-down 22LR Survival Rifle
100 - 500 rounds 22LR
Kel-Tec SU16A .223 rifle
500 rounds .223 always on hand, 50 - 100 rounds in the pack
S&W Mdl. 3000 12 GA Shotgun
12 gauge 10 slugs, 50 buckshot, 50 birdshot
AM/FM/Weather/Shortwave Radio
1 Pair Motorola 2 way radio w/potential 16 mile range
Folding Shovel
Hatchet
Maglite
Spare Batteries
MRE's
Bulk Granola

That's all I can remember off the top of my head. There's more, and I keep an inventory with purchase/expiration dates for the food, and rotate as necessary. The car-kit is mostly first aid stuff, with a couple of knives and small tools for extricating from wrecked cars or light clearing of debris in the road.

Call me paranoid if you like, but I'll guaran-damn-tee ya that close to a million displaced folks in the aftermath of Katrina would've killed for even half this stuff. Come to think of it, wouldn't surprise me if some of them did!

Tom S.

Tom, you forgot one important thing....

A BIG effin' truck to carry all of that stuff in!!!


I agree with Dave here way to much stuff to survive you must be mobile and that simply means wlking off the road where ever you are and disapearing...low profile

a 22 rifle stainless steel prefered and a brick of ammo will last years,no other firearms needed a flint and steel and the ability to use it will also last forever a good knife and your wits..be smart avoid people..

 

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  posted on 7/16/2008 at 01:16 PM
TP, bleach, fishing rig, my guns and ammo, tent, axe, parachute cord, two good knives,
first aid kit, and clothes.

 

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  posted on 7/16/2008 at 01:45 PM
Corporate Card
Gucci loafers
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Pack of smokes
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  posted on 7/16/2008 at 01:57 PM
Generator to power the mini-freezer and blender.
Gas to power the generator
Tequila
Limes
Salt
Simple Syrup
Grand Marnier

 

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  posted on 7/16/2008 at 03:43 PM
You forgot the Jimmy Buffet tunes!
 

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  posted on 7/16/2008 at 03:48 PM
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I'm always amazed when people take things like this so lightly.

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Tom, it is jerryphilbob that we take lightly.

 

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I'm always amazed when people take things like this so lightly. But then, earthquake preparedness was taught when I grew up in LA and I got some first hand experience in survival mode when I lived in WA State and the entire river valley flooded with us on the east side about 50 miles east of Seattle. We were completely cut off from any town for 3 solid days and nights. I've kept some kind of "bug-out bag" since I was 20 years old or so. I carry a fairly well-stocked survival kit in my car, and a pretty complete one is packed and ready to go for whenever the next tornado/flood/hurricane/riot effects my neighborhood. (The "riot" is very tongue in cheek. We prepare mostly for natural disasters.)

Anyway, here's what I have all the time:

Tent
Waterproof Matches
Water purification
Compass
Maps
FM 21-76 US ARMY SURVIVAL MANUAL
An extremely well stocked First Aid Kit
2 x Frying pan, pot, plate and cup that fit in each other.
3 Cans of pottted meat
2 Cans of spam
2 Cans of Bush's Baked Beans
1 Full bottle of multivitamins
Camoflage compact with mirror
Full camelbak type water reservoir
Paracord
Sterno cans
Sleeping bag
Hunting knifes and other game dressing essentials
Henry Break-down 22LR Survival Rifle
100 - 500 rounds 22LR
Kel-Tec SU16A .223 rifle
500 rounds .223 always on hand, 50 - 100 rounds in the pack
S&W Mdl. 3000 12 GA Shotgun
12 gauge 10 slugs, 50 buckshot, 50 birdshot
AM/FM/Weather/Shortwave Radio
1 Pair Motorola 2 way radio w/potential 16 mile range
Folding Shovel
Hatchet
Maglite
Spare Batteries
MRE's
Bulk Granola

That's all I can remember off the top of my head. There's more, and I keep an inventory with purchase/expiration dates for the food, and rotate as necessary. The car-kit is mostly first aid stuff, with a couple of knives and small tools for extricating from wrecked cars or light clearing of debris in the road.

Call me paranoid if you like, but I'll guaran-damn-tee ya that close to a million displaced folks in the aftermath of Katrina would've killed for even half this stuff. Come to think of it, wouldn't surprise me if some of them did!

Tom S.

Tom, you forgot one important thing....

A BIG effin' truck to carry all of that stuff in!!!


I agree with Dave here way to much stuff to survive you must be mobile and that simply means wlking off the road where ever you are and disapearing...low profile

a 22 rifle stainless steel prefered and a brick of ammo will last years,no other firearms needed a flint and steel and the ability to use it will also last forever a good knife and your wits..be smart avoid people..


Thank you.

I survived 18 months in New Orleans with far less than this, and I took clothes with me. Along with three cats.

 

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Call me paranoid if you like, but I'll guaran-damn-tee ya that close to a million displaced folks in the aftermath of Katrina would've killed for even half this stuff.

Tom S.



Yeah, if you are prepared to "guaran-damn-tee" us that there are nearly a million people on the Gulf Coast who would have been willing to murder you for "even half this stuff," I'd say you're probably paranoid. Most of the people I met down there probably would not have.

[Edited on 7/16/2008 by SantaCruzBluz]

 

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  posted on 7/16/2008 at 05:48 PM
[quoteTom, you forgot one important thing....

A BIG effin' truck to carry all of that stuff in!!!


I hope you're joking Dave. That's not much stuff at all. It all fits in one large duffel bag and two small backpacks. Look up the Henry Survival Rifle I listed. It breaks down and can fit in the front pocket of the duffel. Both the shotgun and the Kel-Tec have folding stocks, as well as slings, so either can be packed or strapped for transport.

The food is basically only 3 days worth, except for the granola and MRE's. For a natural disaster, I wouldn't be planning on leaving my back yard. I don't have to pack all this stuff miles into the woods in the vast majority of cases where I would need to use any of it, but even at that, my wife and I could pack it all on our backs if we're talkiing catastrophe. It's a survival *kit*, not the insides of an urban assault vehicle!

Allen, fer Christ's sake, it's a figure of speech. I intended no comment on the people of New Orleans whatsoever, except to say that a decent kit would've most certainly helped an awful lot of people.

And 18 months with "far less than" what I listed??? Out in the elements, with no roof over your head??? If so, congratulations, you're more of a live-off-the-fat-of-the-land outdoorsman than I'll ever hope to be. Maybe your next nick should be Daniel Boone!

Tom S.

[Edited on 7/16/2008 by TakeMeBWIAB]

 

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  posted on 7/16/2008 at 05:53 PM
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I'm always amazed when people take things like this so lightly. But then, earthquake preparedness was taught when I grew up in LA and I got some first hand experience in survival mode when I lived in WA State and the entire river valley flooded with us on the east side about 50 miles east of Seattle. We were completely cut off from any town for 3 solid days and nights. I've kept some kind of "bug-out bag" since I was 20 years old or so. I carry a fairly well-stocked survival kit in my car, and a pretty complete one is packed and ready to go for whenever the next tornado/flood/hurricane/riot effects my neighborhood. (The "riot" is very tongue in cheek. We prepare mostly for natural disasters.)


Anyway, here's what I have all the time:

Tent
Waterproof Matches
Water purification
Compass
Maps
FM 21-76 US ARMY SURVIVAL MANUAL
An extremely well stocked First Aid Kit
2 x Frying pan, pot, plate and cup that fit in each other.
3 Cans of pottted meat
2 Cans of spam
2 Cans of Bush's Baked Beans
1 Full bottle of multivitamins
Camoflage compact with mirror
Full camelbak type water reservoir
Paracord
Sterno cans
Sleeping bag
Hunting knifes and other game dressing essentials
Henry Break-down 22LR Survival Rifle
100 - 500 rounds 22LR
Kel-Tec SU16A .223 rifle
500 rounds .223 always on hand, 50 - 100 rounds in the pack
S&W Mdl. 3000 12 GA Shotgun
12 gauge 10 slugs, 50 buckshot, 50 birdshot
AM/FM/Weather/Shortwave Radio
1 Pair Motorola 2 way radio w/potential 16 mile range
Folding Shovel
Hatchet
Maglite
Spare Batteries
MRE's
Bulk Granola

That's all I can remember off the top of my head. There's more, and I keep an inventory with purchase/expiration dates for the food, and rotate as necessary. The car-kit is mostly first aid stuff, with a couple of knives and small tools for extricating from wrecked cars or light clearing of debris in the road.

Call me paranoid if you like, but I'll guaran-damn-tee ya that close to a million displaced folks in the aftermath of Katrina would've killed for even half this stuff. Come to think of it, wouldn't surprise me if some of them did!

Tom S.



Spam and baked beans? Nooooo. Tuna and pineapple, also some canned chicken broth, rice, potatoes (yes the ones in the box are good), Ravioli, Campbell's soups. Jars of herbs, some Goya everything (like chickpeas, tomato sauce). Just because you might be in an earthquake or hiding from nuclear fallout, you shouldn't punish yourself with spam and baked beans!

 

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