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Let's design our own survival kits

 
Anonymous Coward
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05/06/2006 04:42 AM
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Let's design our own survival kits
What would you put in a survival kit? We need a small one that fits on your hip, another one that goes in your car, and one for extended survival of a family. Commercial kits don't contain any beer, and that's just crazy. Also granola bars make more sense than dehydrated camping food that needs water to be reconstituted. Packing hooks, lines, lures, and other fishing gear is quite quaint and sportsmanlike, but i'd rather have a single cherry-bomb with an underwater fuse to stun the fish so they'll just float to the top to be scooped up. Oatmeal is a good basic food, and cooked on a low heat for an hour it will thicken ALOT of water into a gruel - perfect combo for a high-power vitamin pill. Seeds for sprouting instead of some other veggie source. Radishes are the ideal crop, 28 days to maturity, a few days more to make seeds for later use. Survival guides waste valuable room needed for old copies of National Lampoon and the
'letters' section trimmed out of Penthouse forum. Those Catholic 'seven day' candles definitely have a place in the larger kits along with matches and butane lighters and yes a Zippo. Chocolate is a high-density comfort food. A crystal radio can be made of nothing more than a crystal earpiece and a germanium diode, in case your main radio goes dead. I think I'd want a 'Wrist Rocket' type slingshot, and a really sharp knife. The car's kit should probably have a small bicycle in it. Ramen noodles weigh nothing but have super high calories, just don't eat the chemical flavoring packet. This is probably the best survival food possible, 12 centa a package, won't spoil, and 880 calories. Would go great with that pigeon you shot and a radish or two. Bulk co-ops sell "powdered molasses", might be the ideal energy beverage and comforting served hot. You can heat it up with flaming chunks of the meteors that all the retards say are going to strike us.

Anyone else have ideas?
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Farina

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05/06/2006 05:31 AM
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Re: Let's design our own survival kits
A special kit for us ladies...
just foo-foo stuff.
You don't need to know.
I really like cats
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05/06/2006 06:30 AM
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Re: Let's design our own survival kits
Kit is for 2 people and is recommended for many types of emergencies. Included in the following equipment. are:



2, LED flashlights: One, 8" flashlight ( 6 LEDs, 3 AA batteries, Included.), one, 6.5" flashlight ( 3 LEDs, 3 AAA batteries, Included). Made of lightweight aluminum.



2 - Rolls of duct tape



2 - 10 Metres of nylon rope



2 - Emergency Rain/Wind Ponchos



2 - Toothbrushs & toothpaste kits



1 - Army knife with 13 separate tools



2 - Mosquito head nets



2 - 3M N95 Particulate Respirator Masks with Exhalation Valve



2 - Disposale, plastic coveralls (Medium fit)



2 - Pairs of gloves (double dipped PVC)



1 - Sowing kit



2 - Tarps (48" X 72" 122 cm X 183cm)



8 - Emergency candles



2 - lighters



1 - knapsack with attached water bottle
stgeorge
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05/06/2006 06:32 AM
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Re: Let's design our own survival kits
These people must be selling stuff.
Anonymous Coward
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05/06/2006 06:36 AM
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Re: Let's design our own survival kits
"These people must be selling stuff."



You're so cynical!
Anonymous Coward
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05/06/2006 06:39 AM
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Re: Let's design our own survival kits
a good strong knife
water filter with extra filter(and or clorine tabs)
fire maker, a good flint
strong pair of boots.
chopel

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05/06/2006 06:46 AM
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Re: Let's design our own survival kits
The Idea of survival is one of the ego.
OR NOT
Man 2.0

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05/06/2006 07:03 AM
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Re: Let's design our own survival kits
let's not and say we did
Anonymous Coward
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05/06/2006 07:05 AM
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Re: Let's design our own survival kits
Start with a nice Tartan and then...

Oh wait...

I thought you said survival 'kilt'...

Never mind...
Anonymous Coward
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05/06/2006 07:29 AM
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Re: Let's design our own survival kits
lol
Emperor Kenton

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05/06/2006 07:52 AM
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one gas siphon

[do avoid the garden hose, ever belched petrol fumes for a week?]
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05/06/2006 11:53 AM
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Re: Let's design our own survival kits
WIND PONCHOS???? lmao 1rof1
DOFZION
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05/06/2006 11:54 AM
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SOUNDS GOOD WE SHOULD ALL HAVE A SURVIVAL KIT !!!! horn
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05/06/2006 11:58 AM
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Re: Let's design our own survival kits
- water purifier

- first aid supplies

- soap

- heirloom seeds

- dried foods like beans and rice

- flour

- salt, pepper and other spices

- cast iron cook ware - defintely a dutch oven

- matches plus a pizio electric lighter (can at least use the spark if it runs out of fuel

- sewing kit
"The lunatic is on the grass
The lunatic is on the grass
Remembering games and daisy chains and laughs
Got to keep the loonies on the path..."
pietrojavelina
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05/06/2006 12:27 PM
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Re: Let's design our own survival kits
Here's a hardcore minimalist kit...

A hollow handled knife of good quality containing:

-fire flint(taken off from magnesium fire starter)

-amphetamine pills

-morphine pills

-5 1/10 oz. gold coins

-1 suture pack

This was military set up...no need for fishing or sewing....stuff to kill pain fix boo boo, and keep me moving to safety..





GLP