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Bowman Yeoman by Samuel Pubberdale - Fri, 28 Dec 2012 23:03:25 EST ID:plz5H7t7 No.10388 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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I want to be a Bow and arrow craftsman guy
For a hobby, but I want to actually be good at it
Have any good books I can DL on the subject or links to related sites?
I might also post this on /howto/ but this board seemed more fitting?
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John Blushstat - Wed, 12 Aug 2015 00:40:39 EST ID:9b5vkLbQ No.14044 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>11082
Fuck yeah! Thanks for reminding me of this badass spear chucker! I used to work as a historical interpreter for a federal run Native American mound site and we got to use atlatls to show kids just how far you can throw a HUGE spear with one of these things! The aiming was always wonky but usually went close to where you wanted it, the real use of these was when you had 5 to 10 guys slinging those spears as fast as they could at one meal target.

I hate that spear chucker is a racial epithet because it was really a deadly style of hunting at the time. Still is today, but I can't imagine state hunting laws would allow you and 10 of your buddies to sneak up on a hog and hurl spears at it.
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Wesley Puddlewark - Sat, 15 Aug 2015 02:55:37 EST ID:3V2NVGgw No.14049 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>14044

lol, who wasn't called a spear-chucker at one time? The egyptians, due to lack of wood?
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Duke Leukemia !A4EGpvDEAU - Mon, 05 Oct 2015 16:45:55 EST ID:jMHozOd5 No.14153 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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COME GET SOME \m/
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Emma Pittingsire - Sun, 03 Jul 2016 22:46:12 EST ID:b0Porfm8 No.14390 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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I bought this one today from someone on craigslist for 10$, the add said it was hand made from bamboo. Any comments ? Total length 40"
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Samuel Popperkidge - Sat, 09 Jul 2016 16:51:00 EST ID:kwjHcfOD No.14397 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>14390

looks nice man, make sure you inspect it very meticulously for any cracks, warps, or uneven bending. also make sure you know how to restring it.


I'm Army CBRN, ask me anything by Oliver Sussledale - Sun, 12 Jun 2016 17:47:15 EST ID:OK/LBrxZ No.14376 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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As the title says, I'm in the Army trained as a Chemical, Biological, Radiological, and Nuclear (CBRN) Specialist. Essentially we're the insurance policy of the military. They train us to survive fight, and conduct research in contaminated environments. We then go to our units to keep survival gear (MOPP suits and masks) in order and train those soldiers to fight and survive (long enough to get out) of those environments.

Any questions about that stuff?
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Bombastus !RZEwn1AX62!!xXxJO70U - Thu, 16 Jun 2016 17:36:10 EST ID:rp/0dnfG No.14381 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>14379
As a chemist, we use North 76008 or 3M 6000 series - both full face and are required beside our sides when we work with chlorine or bromine in the laboratory. They filtered out a spill of chlorine:bromine very well a while back. to the point where my lab coat and hair smelled insanely of chlorine after we cleaned the spill. We also haven't replaced the carbon NIOSH OV filters in a year and they still filter out most shit.
$160 and the filters are only $50 for two pairs.

>>14380
That's mainly for phosphorous and sulfur mustards, right? Easily oxidizable so you can use either Hydrogen Peroxide or any bleach?
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Edward Pittwell - Fri, 17 Jun 2016 16:59:28 EST ID:fok4DBbQ No.14382 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>14376
What exactly goes on in the minds of the brass in CBRN? As a 35G I've never felt like my CBRN training was very comprehensive, in basic or after. I mean I know the basics, but I just feel like CBRN isn't covered as well or as extensively as it could/should be. Especially with the concerns surrounding terrorism being our main focus rather than foreign conventional armys.

I still can't get my mask on in under 9 seconds. I feel like CBRN isn't something that's really at the front of soldier's minds in other MOSs.
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Ama - Sun, 19 Jun 2016 03:34:35 EST ID:CDuWuIGP No.14384 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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what do you do if you get captured?
what should us civilians do if the nukes are dropping overhead?
thank you for your time and for your service mister army man sir.
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Nathaniel Branderlock - Sun, 19 Jun 2016 13:32:00 EST ID:FHU8aX0D No.14385 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>14378
>>14381
Okay my exact notes say
"Bleach good for blister and V agents, fair for biological. Ethylene Glycol is fair for chemical agents"

>>14381
Yeah but chlorine gas as an industrial spill or WMD is incredibly dense, which is why it sinks to the ground so fast. Our mask filters will clog within a couple hours.

>>14382
We're kind of like the redheaded step-child of the Army. They HAVE to feed us but only because it's the law. So most units will do what they can to not do chemical training. By regulation, you should be doing full MOPP training once a year including weapon qualification. Realistically, my NCO told me to throw away all my training JSLIST because it's just taking up space and we haven't trained once in the 3 years before I got there.
You should have your mask on in less than 7 seconds, not 9. But truth be told, an additional 3-5 seconds isn't going to get you killed if you can hold your breath that long. The decon agents work fast if you have them on hand, but if you don't have them ready, then putting the mask on in just 2 seconds won't make a difference. It's a whole process to decontaminate yourself effectively and fast, and part of that process is having all the gear nearby ready to go. And because all that gear is incredibly expensive, the Army prefers to keep it locked up and safe.
pic semi-related. All we really exist for is to clear people when they PCS/ETS. This is on my office door.

>>14384
Not really my area, as far as being captured goes. I've never been captured or had training outside of "Hey, don't talk to the bad guys if they capture you."
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Bombastus !RZEwn1AX62!!xXxJO70U - Mon, 04 Jul 2016 02:55:12 EST ID:ocghfRom No.14391 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>14385
>NIOSH filters
>couple hours
Yeah, that's what it is. I suppose I've just never needed to stay in a chlorinated environment for more than 5 minutes MAX. The masks are great for that but not when you need to stay for much longer.

nb


Apocolyptical by George Hubbleson - Mon, 10 Feb 2014 02:29:44 EST ID:k9LwtIKh No.12686 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Apocalypse music, what will you be listening to at the end of the world?

http://youtu.be/pLK9OtK6vfY
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Eliza Clinnerspear - Tue, 17 Mar 2015 22:11:49 EST ID:i6g4yRlY No.13801 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>12686

Apocalypse now

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ASXDA3YU04I
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Fucking Fuvingstone - Sat, 21 Mar 2015 21:15:11 EST ID:rwXVvcxy No.13810 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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likely this
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Polly Trotspear - Tue, 24 Mar 2015 21:28:26 EST ID:or5MvbmI No.13813 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Obviously obvious.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=g2GVOqG5jWs
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Isabella Bruckletut - Sun, 08 May 2016 12:59:50 EST ID:IsBTN3iB No.14353 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Cute music for what once was a cute world.
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Emma Huttingbot - Sat, 18 Jun 2016 00:46:36 EST ID:/T7/OOAC No.14383 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Either Nujabes- Counting Stars or Dave Brubeck Quartret- Bluette (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Z-tTmSY4m4M and https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eoKmh1S6qnc respectively)


Post Apocalyptic Fuel Sources by Bombastus !RZEwn1AX62!!xXxJO70U - Sun, 27 Mar 2016 14:02:37 EST ID:rp/0dnfG No.14327 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Besides octane, what can modern ICEs handle? Hexane? Heptane? Toluene?
How would you treat these (normally) industrial solvents so that they don't bump? Would you even bother?
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Nell Dessleville - Fri, 08 Apr 2016 20:34:36 EST ID:QTcO33c8 No.14339 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>14327
Good ol' water.

Alternator pumps out electric current which is used for electrolysis in a HHO cell to produce fuel on demand.
Fairly easy to build them yourself, or if you're not the DIY type, Dodge even has a from the factory HHO truck, I'd assume other manufactures also produce HHO vehicles.
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Esther Backlecocke - Sat, 11 Jun 2016 19:58:12 EST ID:OnHtQarc No.14375 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Apart from fake physically impossible bullshit...

Gasoline engines can be adapted to run on ethanol. AFAIK many European cars are already adapted to run on E85, which is 85% ethanol.

diesel engines can run on many fuels with little to no modification. They can run on many different kinds of vegetable-based oils.
Rapeseed oil used to be a common substitute for diesel in my country because of high fuel taxes. (Bonus: the exhaust smells like someone cooking up french fries kek :) )

provided you have the ability to grow plants that produce oil and the machinery to extract said oil, you'll have a stable and versatile fuel source on your hands that you can use for vehicles, electricity and pouring on your salad.


How do you plan to deal with fukushima radiation issues? by Martha Donkinput - Sat, 13 Oct 2012 12:34:41 EST ID:cWKwQUx8 No.9859 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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As you know fukushima nuclear power plant 4 is sinking nto grownd and is melting down, it can collapse and wipe out entire earth's population with termendous amount of radiation that gonna last for 300+ years....
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Eugene Bullygold - Wed, 04 Jun 2014 23:37:22 EST ID:qZOvsh6U No.13110 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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I'm going to hope the meek inherit the world.
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Charlotte Ginnerkine - Fri, 06 Jun 2014 01:38:33 EST ID:cBi54n/s No.13114 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>13093

>>Don't believe these fear-mongers, especially if they're trying to sell you iodine pills.

Especially considering Potassium Iodide is what protects the thyroid from absorbing Iodine-131.
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Cyril Dinkinhurk - Fri, 06 Jun 2014 12:51:18 EST ID:g6FMjWHI No.13116 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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I'm going to ignore it and hopefully acclimate to new conditions.
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Sidney Gablinghood - Thu, 12 Jun 2014 17:35:36 EST ID:q0nGICUi No.13135 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Thorium
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Barnaby Tillingham - Sat, 11 Jun 2016 15:24:29 EST ID:xXF6sSzF No.14374 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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there's so much fear-porn on media and internet in general, that it would take a very mentally impaired person to keep watching it and 'keep track' who did what in what country and who did what in response to this or that....and from the viewpoint of average citizen, there isn't much to do anyway....whole EU countries are living the crisis and no rioting/protests are doing much of anything....people are growing awareness yeah, but it would take entire world to come together and do something about it, and even then this idea is just a theory sold on hope...
shit does not look good, so all i can do is just eat my food, wash my dishes and enjoy the view....sad, but what can you really do when it all goes down ////


Nuclear Reactors by Beatrice Fidgebanks - Thu, 16 Oct 2014 02:39:18 EST ID:2/2vOAx0 No.13522 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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In the event of a major apocalypse event nuclear reactors could come into disrepair or be unmaintanable causing them to meldown/leak/whatever...
discuss?

-Would the earth become irradiated to hell?
-would huge areas become toxic wastes?
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Jarvis Sopperdock - Wed, 01 Jun 2016 14:17:35 EST ID:19PQK8yy No.14367 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>14366
I was talking to this retired nuclear engineer from Arkansas that runs a hot dog stand, and he worked at the Pilgrim plant in Massachusetts. Apparently it's a miracle that Boston is still here, due to the poor maintenance at the plant.

Get Perl hot dogs, they're delicious.
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Nathaniel Blirrybanks - Fri, 03 Jun 2016 11:28:01 EST ID:KnhNp1xG No.14368 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Modern nuclear power is much safer in terms of accidents. We don't use graphite in control rods anymore, so they don't cause the opposite of the intended effect. Even then, Chernobyl was idiocy, and the experiment that led to the disaster wasn't cleared by the plant manager's bosses.

Still, nuclear waste isn't safe no matter how technology we get.
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Augustus Bobberwater - Sat, 04 Jun 2016 06:34:16 EST ID:3VlPy42e No.14369 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>14368
You're fucking retarded.

We already have technology to create nuclear "waste" plants that use nuclear waste to generate power and over time transform nuclear waste in regular old lead.

It's just that no one (the oil industry) wants to build it.
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Cedric Sinderbit - Sat, 04 Jun 2016 13:20:56 EST ID:VdtcG9t4 No.14371 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>14369
If anyone was really interested in free, safe energy we'd be using ocean thermal.
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Charles Nicklefuck - Wed, 08 Jun 2016 11:01:50 EST ID:k3Zn00zK No.14372 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>14369
There are Breeder Reactors, in particular Liquid Fluoride Thorium Breeder Reactors, which transmute some of the existing byproducts of current reactors, and are much safer.
But they are nowhere near production ready and they don't "run on the waste" of existing reactors: They either are used to process existing waste or produce energy. I suppose a combination of both is theoretically possible if you sacrifice efficiency but it's nowhere near as awesome as you made it out to be.


Online PA games by Nigel Nussleshit - Sat, 06 Oct 2012 12:51:30 EST ID:3jvzXAqE No.9817 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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The Sagittarian. Supercool zombie apocalypse choose-your-own-adventure survival games. Kickass soundtrack.
http://www.newgrounds.com/portal/view/560868
http://www.newgrounds.com/portal/view/564184
http://www.newgrounds.com/portal/view/574277
http://www.newgrounds.com/portal/view/596699

The Last Stand. Zombie shooter. Scavenge by day, fight the hordes by night, try to make it to the coast.
http://www.newgrounds.com/portal/view/375622
http://www.newgrounds.com/portal/view/439275
http://www.newgrounds.com/portal/view/580377

De-Animator. Based on the short stories by H.P. Lovecraft.
http://www.de-animator.com/
http://www.dagonbytes.com/thelibrary/lovecraft/reanimator.htm
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James Pozzlelick - Fri, 04 Jul 2014 12:17:50 EST ID:UNpUe6Jg No.13212 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Riverside.
http://www.newgrounds.com/portal/view/642082
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Reuben Battingson - Sat, 09 May 2015 07:06:44 EST ID:vdVH7LwH No.13915 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Sim Apocalypse
http://www.newgrounds.com/portal/view/657281#
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George Trotwater - Mon, 11 May 2015 09:35:21 EST ID:pzX/FtO7 No.13918 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Holy shit these are all terrible.

Who plays browser games in 2015? WTF.
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Beatrice Brippermedge - Wed, 09 Sep 2015 07:26:20 EST ID:tP7tPRjz No.14117 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>13918
Thanks for contributing to the thread, you worthless trolling cunt.

Decimated
http://www.funny-games.biz/decimated.html
Not a bad little Madness clone. Good variety of gameplay types. But a little railroady. Won some awards.
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Phyllis Blemmledut - Thu, 26 May 2016 14:51:34 EST ID:ZJ89ApOw No.14365 Ignore Report Quick Reply
http://blog.flexiblesurvival.com/p/play-flexible-survival.html

Perverted survival game where your character continually mutates according to who fucks who in a nanite apocalypse that turned everyone into yiffing furry rapists.


We hit peak oil yet? by Ian Bardspear - Sat, 27 Feb 2016 18:43:48 EST ID:Hp5DCDZZ No.14307 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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But really though are we on the downward side of the oil production curve even with at least in the states shockingly low prices for the first time in almost a decade?
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Oliver Cungerforth - Thu, 10 Mar 2016 22:01:43 EST ID:SGEMyOAI No.14313 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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not really no. global oil production hasnt begun declining. it dosent seem as pessimistic as it once did though.
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Shitting Murdgold - Mon, 14 Mar 2016 17:29:34 EST ID:u+574orW No.14316 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>14313
In california it is.
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Phyllis Shittingson - Mon, 28 Mar 2016 11:39:48 EST ID:JEIVDxQ5 No.14329 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>14307
While pursuing an Environmental Studies degree, I was told by a professor that we had reach peak oil.
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Graham Sicklestock - Fri, 22 Apr 2016 02:43:00 EST ID:tMuLFz0E No.14342 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>14329
From what I understand the US, UK, and Russia have all reached peak oil, however lots of the world hasn't yet. Still though, I think that's because oil companies include shale oil they get from fracking, which in the long run doesn't work out. Long story short if peak oil isn't here already, it's coming real fuckin soon. (Source: uni ES classes)
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Ebenezer Blythebury - Sun, 22 May 2016 06:52:27 EST ID:qL7Ms3ZA No.14363 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>14342
seems like environmentalists really think we hit the point of no return.


Cataclysm: DDA by Cedric Buzzworth - Sat, 12 Jul 2014 01:37:53 EST ID:bdX/n4MD No.13245 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Cataclysm: Dark Days Ahead is like a mashup of Zomboid, Fallout, and Neo Scavenger, as a Roguelike.

Horribly complex, like it makes Nethack look like Hunt The Wumpus.
Also, it seems to be ALL OF THE APOCALYPSES. AT ONCE. Nukes, zombies, aliens, robots, H.P. Lovecraft shit, even motherfucking triffids.
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Emma Grandbury - Sat, 19 Jul 2014 11:11:12 EST ID:prMxf2E0 No.13271 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>13245

fuuuu this game will cost me years of my life
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Martha Surringstod - Thu, 14 Aug 2014 11:30:14 EST ID:2Zl0iCSP No.13321 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Looks like the original author is working on a sequel...
https://github.com/Whales/Cataclysm2
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Martha Surringstod - Thu, 14 Aug 2014 11:31:29 EST ID:2Zl0iCSP No.13322 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Oh, he's got a devblog too. http://whalesdev.tumblr.com/
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Nell Cillyshaw - Thu, 05 May 2016 09:11:29 EST ID:I0ilaM+p No.14351 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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UnReal World is kind of similar, a survival Roguelike.
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Ebenezer Baddlehatch - Thu, 12 May 2016 07:09:51 EST ID:qL7Ms3ZA No.14357 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>14351
How is this game? Ive seen it floating around for awhile now but I've been hesitant to buy in.


It all begins with aluminum cans. by Sophie Claywater - Sun, 11 May 2014 04:18:34 EST ID:WNTupW74 No.13043 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Dumpster Divers are just the vanguards of our post-apocalyptic future. Yes/No?
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Faggy Dreggleway - Fri, 08 Jan 2016 22:32:18 EST ID:ol6OvxjI No.14249 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>14245
One of its local nicknames is the "garden city." A pretty decent amount of people garden here, I personally don't know a ton about it but I know it's not too bad of a place to grow stuff.
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Shit Niggergold - Sun, 10 Jan 2016 17:38:04 EST ID:lCurdiqQ No.14251 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>14249
Awesome. I'm really huge into gardening, permaculture, and sustainability. The mountains of Montana call to me, I'm not sure why. I'm looking to travel a bit and test waters for good places to relocate. From all things I have heard, Montana sounds like it's beautiful, with nice and independent people, lots of nature, but really low professional wages. But if I can provide food and shelter and make ends meet with an online job, then maybe it won't be so bad.
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William Facklegold - Mon, 25 Jan 2016 01:23:43 EST ID:47icL5lc No.14262 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>14251
yes, housing in missoula is also a bit pricy. it's possibly the biggest downfall, i would definitely look around to make sure you get the best for your money, unless you go some other route for shelter.
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Hannah Ponningpat - Mon, 25 Jan 2016 01:27:39 EST ID:5MWecnFV No.14263 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>14251
GMO seeds have RFID chips in them to be baked into the bread

>fun fact of the Internet (new world order) number 117
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Oliver Bammerway - Sat, 30 Apr 2016 15:01:32 EST ID:wU85klcQ No.14347 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>13159
I've always wondered why the go-to for tiny meme houses is shipping containers instead of dumpsters. Shipping containers are surprisingly expensive, and you have to call a manufacturer of them to get one since shipping companies re-use them until they fall apart.

Dumpsters, though, fuck it. Go to a demolition site and just steal one. They have wheels, even! And they're thicker-walled, and not that small. Even smaller dumpsters for apartment buildings and restaurants would make decent shelters if you got a few of them and joined them somehow, and you can transport them much more easily.


What apocalypse by Nicholas Higglemet - Mon, 15 Feb 2016 16:00:07 EST ID:AUWX+K/I No.14295 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Causes the sky and fog to turn red?

I heard it was the moon theory apocalypse.
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Alice Bunspear - Wed, 06 Apr 2016 22:09:03 EST ID:DPo5jv5U No.14337 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>14295
Dude that's just a sunset you paranoid chuckleducks
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TheLoneWanderer - Thu, 07 Apr 2016 07:39:22 EST ID:dtmD9KVd No.14338 Ignore Report Quick Reply
"when there is no more room in hell. The dead will walk the earth"
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Jenny Greenshaw - Sat, 30 Apr 2016 21:33:56 EST ID:FlS+eCMV No.14349 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>14338
"when Shinnok corrupts the lifeforce of Earthrealm, the Jinsei, my dick hurts"


How will you live? by Ernest Turveyforth - Wed, 03 Feb 2016 10:28:58 EST ID:1DzpQVcD No.14285 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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I just finished watching The Road and The Postman. Alright /fo/ Your country along with the rest of the world is fucked. No way around it, people starving, rape killing, cannibalism, rouge bands of outlaws, militia groups, little to no gasoline. Just a cluster fuck. Assuming money is worthless and bartering is the norm.

I would probably join a militia of sorts, maybe as an officer. I have guaranteed food shelter and water and surrounded by people who want to protect themselves and what little they have.
> spend my days patrolling our on horse back with an AR and a pistol on my hip.
> stop and talk to people
> ask them if they need anything(food water blankets)
> ride around in a posse and scrounge for supplies
> on my off time I toil in my garden
> run a distillery
> grow a few pot plants for recreational smoking
> live like 1800's frontier America.

So what is your overall plan to survive? Fuck off into the woods and live off the land? Travel from place to place trading? Have a good community to be with for protection?
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Basil Bassleterk - Mon, 21 Mar 2016 20:47:22 EST ID:j7Dxz2nF No.14322 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Traveling merchant cartel. Pool resources, people, profits. Form giant convoys and trade deals with neighboring communities. Raise a government and peacekeeping force from those handpicked to have the most integrity/balls

I'm pretty sure this is just the description of how a democratic society is formed in general
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Nicholas Dartridge - Tue, 22 Mar 2016 01:53:10 EST ID:ZXy7GNa5 No.14323 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>14322
Round up all the beautiful ladies for mating.
Kill men who do not join or aren't useful in some way.
The key would be weaponry (as stated previously), food, and water.
Shelter could be found in any previously established city or structure.
I suppose I'd eventually have to learn to manufacture drugs/goods in case there are other militias thati could eyesorel establish positive relations with (given that I haven't, can't, or shouldn't obliterate them )
I'd also learn to manufacture or hoard gasoline. And armor proof my vehicles somehow. I'd also probably have to get into cannibalism for extreme survival/warfare situations. Obtaining crucial resources and securing the areas would be primary.
Pretty much like how military governance works now but ata small scale.
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Jarvis Siddlehark - Tue, 05 Apr 2016 19:48:06 EST ID:5BNVKeh1 No.14334 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>14285
>go to harbour
>find nice sailing yacht
>load it up with tinned food, medicine, vegetable seeds, chickens and tight teenage girls
>sail to an island a decent distance away from the coast
>build log cabin, build farm, fuck jailbait
Thankfully I grew up on a farm and I also know how to sail, I'm thinking that in a post-apocalyptic scenario with very little gasoline not many outlaws would be wasting their precious guzzoline roaming open waters looking for people to rape and pillage, I'm also think few if any bandits would know how to sail a ship
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Jarvis Siddlehark - Tue, 05 Apr 2016 19:53:22 EST ID:5BNVKeh1 No.14335 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>14322
>I'm pretty sure this is just the description of how democratic society is formed in general

It's very close to it, anthropologists believe that the first democratic societies were nomadic warrior cultures such as Scythians, Mongols and Cossacks where soldiers would vote as to who they wanted to be their commanding officers
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Hannah Pittridge - Wed, 06 Apr 2016 04:05:04 EST ID:u+574orW No.14336 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>14334
I have the same skills and desires
If shtf, post here and youve got yourself a buddy
>have boat
>have freinds(they fit your prerequisites)
>will travel


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