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How realistic is Walking Dead? by Fuck Chuddlewater - Sun, 16 Mar 2014 02:48:40 EST ID:onZUkIr9 No.12827 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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What would Walking Dead like in a REALISTIC post apocalyptic scenario?
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Rebecca Pugglewater - Fri, 18 Apr 2014 10:47:23 EST ID:TLb2NfrM No.12976 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>12967

The implication is that you have been bitten for a long ass time when you are given the amputation option. I cant speak for the comics but in the show at least Dales amputation is done minutes in.
Even then its all fucking plot filler anyway, if they're already infected then the only logic I can assume is that bites kill you via introduction of rotten flesh into the wound and therefore antibiotics and proper wound cleaning should prevent death.
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Matilda Cliffingford - Fri, 18 Apr 2014 17:44:28 EST ID:lwVxAFg5 No.12978 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>12967
>>12975
Amputation to stop infection has been portrayed inconsistently in the games, show, and (I gather, haven' t read most of them ) the comics. Since according to the canon everyone is already infected, the only reason why a bite would 'zombify' you would be if it killed you the way a normal human bite would (ie blood loss and infection). For what it's worth, human bites are notoriously infectious and I'm sure a rotting human would be quite a bit worse.

The most generous way to interpret the way amputation is shown to affect zombification is that it (possibly) helps prevent the spread of microorganisms in the wound to the rest of the body if it's performed immediately, but that the amputation itself causes major blood loss and the potential for infection from the resulting injury. The best thing would probably be to clean it out and bandage the bite and then fill the victim up with antibiotics. But I don't think Lee in the game even knew that he had been infected with the 'zombie virus' all along and so amputating his arm made more sense as an option because he thought the most important thing was to keep the zombie virus out of his system rather than treat a regular infection. He then died of infection/bloodloss later. I thought it was sort of stupid of Rick to hack off Hershell's leg like that, but sometimes people do stupid things. It was an emergency and he didn't really have much time to think it through.

The less generous way to interpret it is that the writers are too stupid to keep the canon consistent. I prefer not to think of it that way.
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Charles Greenfield - Sat, 19 Apr 2014 01:57:18 EST ID:AqZfEERQ No.12979 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>12978
>I thought it was sort of stupid of Rick to hack off Hershell's leg like that, but sometimes people do stupid things. It was an emergency and he didn't really have much time to think it through.

Yeah I think Rick knew they would need to either amputate his leg and hope for the best or spend who-knows-how-much time searching the zombie-infested prison for antibiotics for the only competent doctor in the group.
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Jarvis Handlemene - Sun, 20 Apr 2014 02:56:04 EST ID:+VgJAszC No.12983 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>12898
>they only die by head injury
An immobile zombie is just as good as a dead one.
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Lydia Miblingnudge - Sun, 20 Apr 2014 16:15:22 EST ID:Mw8B73eF No.12984 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>12983

I respectfully disagree
An immoble zombie can still bite, and though the threat might not be a problem for you..you could fuck up someones day really bad down the road, or if you are unlucky enough to come across the same zombie you thought was incapcitated


ALLLCOHOL by Eugene Sillypetch - Wed, 09 Apr 2014 15:14:03 EST ID:MQSkG3N8 No.12954 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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So in an apocalyptic scenerio, what would my best best to make an alcoholic beverage go? lets say i have seeds available and a large supply of yeast. Wat do I need to ease the pain of black skies and dwindling resources
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Edwin Nunkinfut - Wed, 09 Apr 2014 15:54:47 EST ID:0MNfrFVE No.12955 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Let's make this simple.
Go get a rock and smash those seeds.
Take the smashed seed dust and put it in a bucket.
Add clean water.
Add yeast.
Leave alone for 2 weeks.
Barrel in airtight container.
Get durnk.
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Lillian Mosslemet - Sat, 19 Apr 2014 16:53:17 EST ID:J2Gz2Rva No.12981 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>12955
That won't work. For beer, first you need to malt the seeds (partially germinate) then mash the seeds (soak in warm but not boiling water) then boil it, THEN leave alone for a few weeks.

Wines are much easier, since it's pretty much what you wrote except with fruit instead of seeds. And juice instead of dust.

I think there's another thread about this in /fo/


Scenario Thread: Post-Apocalyptic Governance by Phyllis Gipperspear - Thu, 18 Apr 2013 23:30:35 EST ID:AqZfEERQ No.11138 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Let's assume SHTF somehow. All the zombies are dead. The pandemic is over. Radiation levels are back to normal. The environment is okay. You and your group survived but modern society no longer exists and 60% of the human race is essentially wiped out. Now your group has chosen you to rebuild civilization.
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Clara Bunbanks - Thu, 10 Apr 2014 02:40:22 EST ID:NwDcBVP/ No.12960 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>12959

Oh and we will be collecting no taxes. All donations to the cause are voluntary and we will support ourselves with the resources of our slain enemies.

Hopefully this will convince everyone to cooperate.
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Cedric Herryfatch - Sat, 12 Apr 2014 12:15:21 EST ID:30QBV78l No.12962 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Sorry we're late, Submarine travel always gets tricky around these gulfs.

Hello! Welcome to the Community of Happy Cephalopods! We live in large underwater skyscrapers that act as functioning islands.. kinda like icebergs, so we're a nomadic oceanic culture that strives on trade, fishing, self preservation and community.

Of course to keep such a technological feat running we need smart educated people to be ready and willing to solve engineering feats we might have., We're always renovating, adding and sharing what we have with others. We also need things like nylon cloth, aluminum, wood, silicon and silly putty.

We live on a system of temporary property ownership known as mutualism. People can take some submarines or boats as they please, but they gotta use'em . We got plenty of rooms and storage space, underwater farms, gigantic turbines that harness the power of the ocean storing the energy in large salt-cells.

It's basically a system of mutual respect, we work together and our culture dictates that we don't hoard anything and generally share it within the communities. The only forms of official government are the keepers of silly putty, who are known to be quite pernicious relationships regarding this rare and pleasant resource.
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Shitting Wirryhood - Sat, 12 Apr 2014 13:17:35 EST ID:NwDcBVP/ No.12963 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>12962

This is my favorite one.

Besides my own of course.
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Walter Dammerhall - Sat, 12 Apr 2014 14:15:51 EST ID:c9Xpj6VX No.12964 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>12962
well im going to intrudce some super power drugs to the system and fuck your day up nigga.
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Faggy Hillerson - Sun, 13 Apr 2014 12:34:39 EST ID:30QBV78l No.12965 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>12963
Thanks man, I had fun. Your Ark settlement actually inspired me to make my own.

>>12964
We have ADAM... but it just turns people into super-human cookie bakers.

Also, Pic is what the settlement would look like


Defining a safe zone by Sidney Honeywater - Fri, 04 Apr 2014 03:58:14 EST ID:eB/gD74a No.12940 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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If the Yellowstone Caldera erupted, where in the owrld would you have the highest chances of surviving?
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Nigger Gittingham - Fri, 04 Apr 2014 16:31:06 EST ID:GsMMRIza No.12946 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>12945
http://www.mnn.com/earth-matters/wilderness-resources/stories/what-if-yellowstones-supervolcano-erupts
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Reika Kitami - Sat, 05 Apr 2014 13:53:28 EST ID:y8Utmk/9 No.12948 Ignore Report Quick Reply
If Yellowstone erupts, we're all fucked. No ifs, ands, or buts.

The only things you need in your bug out bag for Yellowstone is a bottle of fine wine and a fully loaded revolver. Take your last drink and put a bullet in your head if Yellowstone erupts.

It's one of the few sudden SHTF scenarios that there is no way to prepare for or survive.
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Graham Fuckingham - Sun, 06 Apr 2014 09:08:45 EST ID:YCWehrE7 No.12950 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>12946
That website is quick to jump onthe apocalypse track anyway though.
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Graham Fuckingham - Sun, 06 Apr 2014 17:09:58 EST ID:YCWehrE7 No.12951 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>12946
Even says "previous projections proved to severe. Most species would weather an eruption just fine."
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Jenny Sennerstone - Tue, 08 Apr 2014 06:14:38 EST ID:NwDcBVP/ No.12953 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Anywhere in central Asia.


Need help with story. by Edward Soblingnut - Wed, 02 Apr 2014 15:23:20 EST ID:FqxqhpL6 No.12935 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Writing a post apocalyptic story and need some help. Basically the main character is a scientist working with the deadliest airborne disease. He knows if this gets out it will wipe out the population. Just to be precarious he builds a bunker for himself in case anything goes down.

It does go down and he has to stay there for years. 5+ years. What can he have in his bunker to survive for years? I need ideas for electricity. Can't use gas for too long. Solar panels can be stolen from other survivors. So what energy source can he use?

Also what else can he put in the bunker? Like food, water, body waste etc.
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Reuben Pittford - Wed, 02 Apr 2014 16:35:53 EST ID:qZOvsh6U No.12936 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>Just to be precarious
What? Precarious means a risky situation, not one of Pre-Caring about the possible disasters. I think you should write your story in your native language.

Pic related. Make your story about the intense isolation of being underground, how the scientist takes his family down with him and despite doing his best to shoulder the burden of providing power to his family by cycling on one of these devils, start to stress the emotional strain of him having to put the burden onto his family. First his wife, then his children.

It'll be a thinly veiled stab at how the American dream has been pigeon-holed into a race you sacrifice your children to the national debt, which none of us can ever win.

Cause when you stop pedalling, the power goes out.
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Emma Nickleworth - Thu, 03 Apr 2014 01:38:46 EST ID:FqxqhpL6 No.12937 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>12936
Meant to say precautious.
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Eugene Bishfotch - Thu, 03 Apr 2014 05:46:05 EST ID:RBXy4Qhk No.12938 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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You might be interested in DMAXs series called "The Colony" (S01)

Ideas for electricity - picture related, a wood gasifier connected to a parallel battery array
a Charcoal & sand based water filtration system
A cross/bow for hunting (are animals infected too?)
Night/thermal vision sights


Perimeter alarms. by Graham Hegglestore - Wed, 08 May 2013 23:40:05 EST ID:YBZp+2qO No.11232 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Saw this on a Facebook group I'm in. Been wondering more about different alarms that can get ghetto rigged. Anyone have any thoughts on homemade alarms, possibly silent?
http://thehomesteadsurvival.com/glowstick-perimeter-alarm/#.UYqthFfm9A4
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Wesley Crengerfuck - Sat, 29 Mar 2014 18:04:36 EST ID:92DDYKPE No.12889 Ignore Report Quick Reply
The best perimeter alarms are piles of dogshit. From like a really big dog with a healthy diet of steamed plain white rice and dry food.
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Eugene Pangerwill - Sat, 29 Mar 2014 20:45:12 EST ID:U67gxyQV No.12890 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Uses fire on a structure designed to with stand fire.
Doesn't understand basic bunker construction and how satelite bunkers work. They are not connected to the bunker dipshit.

You seem to be idealizing these bunkers into easily destroyed buildings instead of actaully trying to get inside the head of a bunker builder.

As I said, keep it up. I'm sure it will work out well for you. You and your non existent IR cameras.

You have confirmed my accusations.
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Eugene Pangerwill - Sat, 29 Mar 2014 20:47:51 EST ID:U67gxyQV No.12891 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>12888
I see them trollin'
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William Nisslework - Sat, 29 Mar 2014 21:57:04 EST ID:NwDcBVP/ No.12892 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>12890

The fire isn't to destroy the bunker it's to destroy the surrounding natural cover so everything is really easy to see.

I'm not trolling you're just mad I am upsetting your bunker fantasies and it's hilarious.
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Charles Posslenadge - Sun, 30 Mar 2014 05:09:10 EST ID:2YIQD5dq No.12894 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>12892
youre entire scenario requires you to know where the bunker is and have a large group of people to siege it.

good luck convincing a bunch of people to wander around the woods looking for a camoflagued entrance. most people place these things in rather isolated areas so you'd need to bring in supplie trains to supply your people as you hunt for the bunker and destroying all the natural supplies to attempt to get in is counter intuitive the entrances are usually hidden and if you've ever played hide and seek in the woods a little camo goes a long way.

and its not like people who make these things arent prepping for nukes that release poison gasses and such so theyed have filters to remove things like smoke.

better off just raiding something not ment to stand up to a raid.


When is the time right? by Emma Tillingwill - Tue, 18 Mar 2014 08:35:27 EST ID:YQbpBzlB No.12835 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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At what point is it best to bug out? What real-world scenarios would warrant dropping everything, grabbing your bag and getting the fuck out of Dodge, so to speak? I get natural disasters that leave large areas uninhabitable or at the very least very dangerous would be up there on the list as well as rioting and social unrest but at this point it may be too late to make for an effective escape. What are the warning signs that one should look for in regards to deciding it is time to leave?

Pic slightly related, an old picture of my hiking gear. Yes, there is a wand and pipe in there since while I was hiking I was also heavily into my shaman phase of spiritual exploration. I've added some things since then but for the sake of brevity I won't go into it. This is for scenarios and general warning signs, not necessarily gear.
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Barnaby Clipperfuck - Tue, 18 Mar 2014 20:09:32 EST ID:YQbpBzlB No.12840 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>12839

That's my thinking as well. When I see panic starting to spread my way, I prepare to leave as quickly as I can. But what I'm trying to get at is that I need to know the warning signs of such unrest as well as other situations where bugging out is warranted.
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Priscilla Brenderspear - Mon, 24 Mar 2014 00:06:51 EST ID:SW+xvkqg No.12864 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>12835

im always bugging out op
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Ian Fanworth - Mon, 24 Mar 2014 10:52:39 EST ID:YQbpBzlB No.12868 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>12864

Lay off the meth
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Albert Turveywater - Tue, 25 Mar 2014 22:57:40 EST ID:NwDcBVP/ No.12872 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>12840

Keep tabs on world events and local news. The weather too.

Usually the PANIC! mode happens suddenly and without warning due to something like radio/cell phone announcements suddenly like RUSSIA IS INVADING REMAIN CALM THE NATIONAL GUARD WILL PROTECT YOU or a nuke siren would turn any other calm day into full retard chaos mode. Those are the kinds of things you can't anticipate. Sneak attacks from terrorists or invading countries. Sudden natural disasters happen without warning sometimes but there are usually warning signs with tsunamis, earthquakes, volcanos, bad storms, hurricanes etc.

A terrorist attack requires a different response than an invasion obviously. If you hear about a terrorist attack get away from populated areas, get all your NBC survival gear and watch the news. Go to a remote location if people are being rounded up by the National Guard for safety as those locations could become potential targets next. The Guard will be meaning well but you should look after your own ass, plus with relief camps like that, panic can make them explode into unconstrained chaos, paranoid OMG FEMA CAMPS people can start grabbing M16s from the armory and yeah, you don't want to be there unless you're a Guardsman, then obviously do your duty.

For an invasion the same general rule applies but foreign countries know the US is chock full of gun toting average people so if you see foreign soldiers parachuting into your neighborhood, shoot to kill because they've most likely been ordered and trained to treat you as an enemy combatant. The National Guard will tell you to go to their camps and not fight but they'll be glad people did when the dust settles.

Seriously any invading soldier setting foot in America is going to be paranoid as fuck. They will shoot, your little cottage house or whatever isn't going to look innocent and pastoral. If they don't behave that way their invasion isn't going to last very long. So yeah be aware of that if you're an American citizen or even just visiting here and an invasion happens. Everyone here might become a target.
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Eugene Brottingkidge - Wed, 26 Mar 2014 08:35:26 EST ID:YQbpBzlB No.12875 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>12872

Good post, thanks for that.


nomames.mp3 by dameunmcchiken.sys - Tue, 18 Mar 2014 23:57:47 EST ID:4ATdF+eK No.12841 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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So..
Explain the best way, How the thing about Cannabis Extinction its going to work
and wat are the effects
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Clara Sublingdudging - Thu, 20 Mar 2014 18:24:42 EST ID:PEZyd0pP No.12851 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>12850
>There would need to be 3 GM viruses capable of taking each one down simultaneously.
Not necessarily. There are fungi that can infect across genera. ( http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Batrachochytrium_dendrobatidis )
>For one, That's not how GM works.
Hypothetical GM. In theory, we can engineer pathogenic fungi that attack a certain organism. That sort of drastic engineering is currently out of our reach, but it's theoretically possible.
>Secondly, You're silly.
Absolutely. I was just giving the most likely scenario, which is still astronomically unlikely. It's still more likely than a zombie scenario, and those threads are on this board.
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Nell Nattingkare - Sat, 22 Mar 2014 18:44:56 EST ID:uTn1TfqP No.12857 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I feel silly asking, but why would anybody or anything want to get rid of weed?
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Archie Dommlefuck - Sat, 22 Mar 2014 23:00:56 EST ID:PEZyd0pP No.12858 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>12857
OP got too high and wants to make sure that never happens again. How else, but eliminate the plant all together?
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Cedric Wibberbury - Sun, 23 Mar 2014 14:07:57 EST ID:aFGFhtp2 No.12862 Ignore Report Quick Reply
It's very hard to wipe a plant out of existence, if not near impossible.

Even more so one that grows in a ridiculous amount of the world. Even if you made a virus/fungus etc that destroyed the plant, there would be forms of the plant that would be resistant to it because, well, because evolution. Good luck spreading that fungus to all the different parts of the world as well, if the fungus can even survive in the very hot/very cold/very dry/very wet areas that weed can grow.

It would be easier and more plausible to make some kind of pest like locust and somehow genetically breed it to fucking love eating weed, even then seeds would survive, persist and spread, and the pest would again have trouble spreading around the world and surviving in different climates.

Shit now I think about it trying to wipe a plant out to extinction is probably one of the hardest things you could ever attempt to do.
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Samuel Niggerfield - Mon, 24 Mar 2014 19:27:53 EST ID:PEZyd0pP No.12870 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>12862
Locust aint shit compared to fungus. They suck at spreading, whereas spores are fuckin great at hitching a ride on everything. They mainly just do mechanical damage, wheras a fungus can fuck up your whole biochemistry. Fuck a locust.
>Shit now I think about it trying to wipe a plant out to extinction is probably one of the hardest things you could ever attempt to do.
True. There's plenty of rare plants that could be made extinct in the wild. With a concerted effort, I bet authorities could destroy all wild peyote (so they'd only grow in captivity).

Look up the American Chestnut. It was brought to the brink of extinction thanks to a wild fungus.


Scopes? by Hamilton Huzzledale - Thu, 30 Jan 2014 11:04:54 EST ID:jRfqEJQH No.12655 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Hey guys. I got a good rifle. A left handed one because shooting right handed bolts fucking sucks.
What type of scope should I buy? I should mention that I am no fucking sniper, so I don't need some flawless $600 scope that can see 9 miles away. I'd say I'm good up to 300 yards, and could hit a target (not accurately) at 400 yards.

knowing that what type of rifle and ammunition is used is important to knowing what type of scope to use, my pic is related.
Savage Arms Axis chambered in .308
>pic
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Jack Ceblingshit - Thu, 13 Mar 2014 00:30:43 EST ID:RBNbFF2n No.12816 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>12807
Nobody is leaving behind their kids. Humans don't work that way. If you want proof of people surviving without leaving their children see: all of humanity.
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Shitting Marringlane - Thu, 13 Mar 2014 07:39:15 EST ID:YQbpBzlB No.12817 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>12816

There are people who would. I'm fairly certain that I would, if my own survival was at risk. I think it's a sociopathic tendency, which speaks to a lot of other issues. It may be good for survival but it still makes you a terrible human being who is likely to kill others out of fear or paranoia, or for a chance to get supplies than work with them.
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Fucking Nacklecherk - Thu, 13 Mar 2014 09:09:24 EST ID:lW9dnCit No.12818 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>12807
You lump preppers entirely together based on your experience which sounds to be from the television.
Everyone has a back pack dip shit, an empty backpack is better than none at all.
Lol @ the only backpacks will be fully stocked BOBs and the only people with bags will be preppers.

You either have a one track mind or think you know everything. Both of which ensure your demise in a catastrophe.

All these idiots saying not to prepare: READ the Serbia article. He is more experience and says to have stocks. I don't give a fuck what your armchair survivalist theories say, im going with experience
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Cedric Shakeson - Sun, 16 Mar 2014 02:51:04 EST ID:+VgJAszC No.12828 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>12782
>lifetime warranty
>SHTF scenarios
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Sidney Dallyletch - Sun, 16 Mar 2014 19:57:23 EST ID:jRfqEJQH No.12831 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>12828
yeah I know. But like I said, I'm not gonna be tearing through the brush hunting dudes. The warranty is if it breaks before SHTF at any time. That's what I meant.


BATTLE PLANS THREAD by BEEPOCALYPSE - Thu, 06 Mar 2014 21:28:33 EST ID:SrTOigb2 No.12781 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Oh wow this is a board now. I am real happy about that, I have so many apocalyptic fantasies.
Ok So This thread is just to discuss your general battle plans for whatever varied forms of apocalypse you want to have a plan for. I would however like to keep a general structure just for the sake novelty. Some things to include that'd be great are the following:
>official start date should be 'tomorrow'
>start with day 1, follow through at whatever pace you deem acceptable
>be sure to include what kind of apocalypse you're planning for, nuclear, alien, virus, zombie, biblical, robot, asteroid, cthulu or otherwise. We need to know what you're reacting to
>try to be as realistic/knowledgeable as possible, after a battle plan destined for failure isn't much fun to talk about

That seems sufficient.
For those who need inspiration; It's March 7th you wake up , and immediately realize it's one of those days that start of eerily calm for what ever reason, a lull in traffic, people that are usually around not being around, it could be anything. Going about your daily routine like normal you hear a scream all the way outside off in the distance, it doesn't bother you though. It's weird but whatever. You walk into your living room, you left the TV on last night and the emergency broadcast system is on the screen, it's not a test this time and it's quiet. Changing the channel, most of them are the same until you find a news channel.

So here I'd like some help, I want to continue my story but I'd it to be interactive, anyone want to pick what kind of apocalypse I'm going to have?
thread i choose you~
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Ernest Turveydale - Tue, 11 Mar 2014 03:17:43 EST ID:7UKzYljI No.12799 Ignore Report Quick Reply
an alien invasion thread ?
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Ernest Turveydale - Tue, 11 Mar 2014 14:32:51 EST ID:7UKzYljI No.12800 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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something like this
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Seeking sites selling land for SHTF by Ernest Sebberway - Sun, 26 May 2013 09:58:30 EST ID:bjpNRpcD No.11298 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Hey, /fo/. At one point during my searches for SHTF related things I came across a website of people selling land for bug out places. It wasn't just for selling land, but specifically for selling country land that would be good for bugging out to. The sellers listed the selling points in terms of how they would help you be self sufficient in case of a disaster. Anyone know the site I'm talking about? Or any similar ones? Any help is much appreciated folks. If ta'll'd like, I'll try and dump some post-apoc type art.
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Albert Cledgestack - Sat, 01 Mar 2014 02:26:03 EST ID:g6FMjWHI No.12766 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>12765
what county?
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DMTriousJohnson !PaseA4f96Q - Sun, 02 Mar 2014 15:22:15 EST ID:Q9KGbylN No.12767 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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http://www.missilebases.com/page/470823580
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Come to rural Southwest Colorado - Tue, 04 Mar 2014 18:12:43 EST ID:GnZdkJmg No.12773 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>12766
America, aka the USA
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Angus Dengernot - Tue, 04 Mar 2014 18:16:13 EST ID:QChUolRS No.12774 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>12773
I think he actually meant County, not country.
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Come to rural Southwest Colorado - Thu, 06 Mar 2014 03:08:04 EST ID:GnZdkJmg No.12777 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>12766
Ha haa... my bad. Huerfano/Alamosa County area.


Psychology behind preppers by Charles Sengerfark - Mon, 13 Jan 2014 14:09:14 EST ID:V+/bfw4V No.12585 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Preppers and doomsday fanatics and theorists tend to be from the non-professional classes of North American society. While the tendency towards such thoughts is deeply ingrained in the culture due to the cold war era nuclear scare, successful and average people have in recent decades.

Today, many preppers and theorists indulge in the fantasy scenarios because they feel powerless in their current position in society. Making a low income, having a medium education in a stagnant or underpaid field if any at all, or without a career, they crave a change even if it comes at others' expense. Many also dream of having influence and power but are unable to attain it in modern society so resort to this in a similar fashion as Second Life and MMO addicts.
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Phineas Nubberhodge - Fri, 17 Jan 2014 13:14:00 EST ID:BxWLr6i/ No.12617 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>12593
Jesus dude, that was so poorly written I have to wonder if you were drunk when you typed it
>I feel sorry for you
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Betsy Dugglesire - Fri, 21 Feb 2014 10:44:42 EST ID:LKhaoH4k No.12721 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>12585
Oh, Reuben...
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Jericho !.iRAtomic2 - Thu, 27 Feb 2014 03:40:50 EST ID:BYatvm4L No.12752 Report Quick Reply
I prep and plan with friends. We find it fun and entertaining, even though we all realize the likelihood of actually needing any of our prepped shit is very low. But it's fun for us to plan where to go, what to do, what to bring, in various end-of-the-world scenarios.
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Sidney Hinderspear - Thu, 27 Feb 2014 21:27:03 EST ID:TstY4Nwj No.12758 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>12752
depending how you prep it could actually be useful, ie the power grid goes down and you have 3 months of food stored for the EOTWAWK, you'll be much more full then your neighbor.
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Isabella Niggerfield - Mon, 03 Mar 2014 11:04:38 EST ID:tsL/1wJr No.12771 Ignore Report Quick Reply
The reason it feels like it won't happen is because all major world changing events happened during a time when pretty much all nations and all their occupants were more or less self sufficient.

Now we are all connected and dependant on our machines and electricity. Every house is wired up, every person connected.

If events the size of the napoleonic wars were to happen in the 21st century, the outcome would be a collapse in modern society. Even a permenant loss of electricity to a nation could bring about a post-apocalyptic-type dystopia. Think about it, without power, society would be set back 200 years and since no-one in the modern world has ever lived in the beginning of the 19th century, our fractured society wouldn't be able to cope, the majority would be running about like headless chickens.

It's been a century since the beginning of the first world war, we've been meandering relatively peacefully through time for 70 years now. It could happen in 10 years, it could happen in 100 but it WILL happen and the longer we wait, the more dependant on electricity we become, the more fucked we'll be when someone does eventually decide to turn your power off. Whether it be because of war or because of lack of resources, it will happen.

It's only logical to prepare.


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