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Surviving with a good mentality. by Fanny Sennerspear - Thu, 13 Jul 2017 19:04:36 EST ID:F3IQawzl No.14626 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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The world's ended, well, society at least.
You emerge from the rubble as your plan detailed but you're now in a world both more simple and more complex than it once was.

The world is full of the dead, and the alive are scarce in-between.
Perhaps your friends are dead, maybe your family has died.
Most likely you're starting again, more alone than you've ever been.

The internet, phones, even radio are probably down as the electricity grid goes dark and you're left without the glistening spark of connectivity.

If you see a stranger, would you not trust them?
If you do not trust them, whom would you trust?
If you have nobody, would you not be lonely?
People are truly the best resource in this world.

If humanity is lowered into the abyss, the ones left will still have hearts and minds.
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Dr. M !gWLn19/oKs - Sat, 02 Sep 2017 15:28:42 EST ID:mpWk37Jl No.14645 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>14626
>not just drowning in drugs and relentless unprotected sex until you run dry and likely kill yourself

>inb4 "not enough to last"

1g of etizolam is as cheap as $50-75. Thats equal to 250 Xanax bars. If you buy 10g of say Clonazolam, I bet you could be barred out for years.

Same with PST, though not as cheap.

Otherwise, you'd have to be lucky enough for your lover/wife etc. to be alive still, and when she dies you'll be depressed.

I feel like a quarter of the people here would attempt suicide within, say, 2-3 years of a full on zombie apocalypse where everything fails (think 28 days later type). It's not pretty, but it will be a problem.

I feel like drugs might get you killed, but you won't be hurting as much because you don't feel.
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Dextrolord - Mon, 04 Sep 2017 19:58:08 EST ID:5T39D/E0 No.14647 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>14629
  1. Take underwear

2. ??????

3. Profit
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Cedric Deblingspear - Wed, 06 Sep 2017 18:29:53 EST ID:8C/BnKlv No.14648 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>14647
You remind me of my nephew when he repeats something he doesn't understand but says it anyway because it made everyone around him laugh yet he can't figure out why it wasn't funny when he said it.
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Simon Blackwater - Sun, 17 Sep 2017 03:24:30 EST ID:inHCa7di No.14652 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>14648
You should change your name to Ruth Bader Ginsberg you judge bitch!
Anyways
I'd be good in the head just walking away from any and everything until I fuck up, can't bail and die.
It'd be whatever. Kinda like life ATM.
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Lydia Fellymit - Sun, 17 Sep 2017 06:17:06 EST ID:M+MBUB5i No.14653 Ignore Report Quick Reply
i think that i would just want to get my dick wet?


Burns by Phoebe Gushson - Fri, 15 Sep 2017 16:57:35 EST ID:KK0RToBv No.14651 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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People are being burned by the soap.Put your face in a hot stove.
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Lydia Fellymit - Sun, 17 Sep 2017 06:17:35 EST ID:M+MBUB5i No.14654 Ignore Report Quick Reply
no u


The best survival weapons. by Esther Cullerhood - Fri, 11 Nov 2011 01:46:31 EST ID:4TWZ6GnB No.5979 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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So what's your best, or favored survival weapon? If shit hits the fan, what will you keep by your side at all times, relying on it to save your ass?

It could be a gun, a blade, something blunt, maybe even think outside the box here. Perhaps it's your car. The point is to pick one thing which you would choose first as a weapon to survive an apocalypse.

Now just to clarify, this is a total SHTF apocalypse. There are zombies, thermonuclear blast sites, biological weapons released, natural disasters, fucking total anarchy everywhere. Things like bullets might be in short supply unless you've got your own personal ammo dump. Forget about raiding a nearby military base, it's almost definitely either heavily fortified and in use already or completely annihilated. You might have some luck in private shops or homes, but ammunition is going to be a bit scarce, especially since in such a world it will become so valuable.

Gas stations won't be up and running for the most part. You may have to find other means of transportation. Think about how this impacts the type of weapon you select. Things like weight, conspicuousness, extra moving parts that need to be carried are all important factors.

Think about concealment. Or alternatively, intimidation. Would you do better hiding the fact that you're armed? Or would walking through a town lugging a fully automatic machine gun speak more to your style?

Think about alternative uses for your weapon. What else can it be used for? Could you chop things with it? Dig perhaps? There's a lot to consider and you only get to pick one.

My choice? A khukri. I'm not saying it's everyone's best choice but it works for me. I prefer being sneaky, inconspicuous, quiet and not having to rely on scavenging for ammunition on top of food and other supplies means more time saved. Sure it's not nearly as reassuring as a rifle, but so long as I stick to the shadows and keep my head down I'll be fine.

I'm not very strong and am somewhat short, the khukri's design capitalizes on the laws of physics, giving you a lot of slicing power for very little kinetic input. A swift flick of the wrist and someone loses an arm. Or a head. Gunshots are loud, they attract attention and can be difficult to direct in a crazy situation if you don't have prior training. Sure you might have gone to the shooting range every weekend for ten years but are you sure you won't piss yourself and freeze up as an undead horror comes screeching at you full speed, mutated face pustules throbbing, fangs eager to eat your flesh? Now in that scenario you might be saying "well fuck, I'd rather have a gun than have to get anywhere close to something like that" and I would say you're probably right. However, there's just something primal about holding a big blade in your hand. It feels right and in a fight or flight response, the first instinct is sometimes to swing violently at your target. With a blade, that will work just fine.
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Alice Dobblebury - Fri, 23 Sep 2016 07:29:20 EST ID:gy9qCXXI No.14427 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>14423
how much weight do you plan to lug around with just firearms
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Jack Dartwell - Mon, 14 Aug 2017 11:32:53 EST ID:zXluUIcN No.14633 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Health, strong and trained body. Smart, high IQ brain. A lot of skills and knowledge in many fields of science.
Dat human is the best survival weapon.
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Ebenezer Blenderhodge - Tue, 15 Aug 2017 03:32:55 EST ID:cE6EFAsT No.14634 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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A hatchet or small axe of some kind, with a sturdy wooden handle. Why wooden? Because it can be replaced. I wouldn't want a tomahawk as it can't double as a hammer or tool as effectively as a hatchet. Another added bonus of the hatchet is low maintenance. Any way I can reduce time maintaining my weapons is time I can put towards scavenging, healthcare, exercise, and repairing other things like guns. A blunt hatchet is still extremely dangerous, and useful!

Also a trench shovel if I could find one.
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Dr. M !gWLn19/oKs - Sat, 02 Sep 2017 01:46:14 EST ID:mpWk37Jl No.14644 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>6109
This.

Unloaded and empty firearms are superior to a machete. How the fuck will he know it isn't loaded?

For me OP, I would pick either:

>Glock 17 (obvious reasons)
>Quality AK-47 with bayonet
>J frame 5 shot low weight revolver with a SHROUDED hammer. This allows for single action accurate first shots without compromising anything. You can shoot it right through clothing. It doesn't jam; at worst a round doesn't fire and you continue to shoot.

>Revolver will keep working for years without any maintenance whatsoever.
>Hiding your guns so they're less likely to shoot you from a distance when you can't see them
>Get first shot against someone
>Speed loaders weigh much less than magazines
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Sidney Sodgefoot - Thu, 14 Sep 2017 02:29:35 EST ID:GhUcsVoq No.14650 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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I fear that this may be the official point at which I become a middle aged neckbeard.

This is insanely practical. You carry it like a walking stick. You can use it to create passages through interior walls or roofs. In a fight you are Thor incarnate. You can also lay carpet if you're fancy.

Best paired with Cheetos and an Utilikilt.

https://www.amazon.com/United-Cutlery-UC2960-Kommando-Survival/dp/B00ATUX7OC


Drugs in post apoc by David Pockham - Mon, 21 Apr 2014 10:48:10 EST ID:3TTLvUOk No.12986 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Now since this is a drug board.

What drugs do you take with you? I'd set up a mobile meth lab and be meth'd out constantly, and have a hydro grow set up for weed and opium in the RV. A little bit of meth keeps the mind sharp and the paranoia extreme. Good for this situation I'd say.

>spun out on uncut shard
>sniping zombies for hours daily
>manufacturing drugs

Sounds damn fun
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Hamilton Bibberridge - Thu, 23 Feb 2017 14:54:55 EST ID:OvSaMD6n No.14544 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Doods, just pick up a local plant identification book n bookmark the edible ones n get to know them... There, food done without wasting precious time and life hunting n then bringing greed into the equation and like putting money signs on an animal that was free until you decided to follow it n murder it... For monetary gains. This greed thing is what is gonna cause an apocalypse for real lol. It's cool if your in an unfamiliar area and your starving, otherwise time is better invested in learning how to make bacon flavored jerky out of nuts( yes, real and can be done) or other dank easy to pick in the same spot kind of snack... Also naturally grow lotsa grourmet mushrooms easy peasy spinach patch and so sort of oil producing plant, maybe sesame? (coz dense calories and yea solar deep frying in the post apocalypse

And you do NOT absolutely need a pressure cooker to grow shrooms, just find it's natural climate and aerate your spores in a few gallons of clean water, throw that water everywhere it should be able to grow, odds are with you than it will take over in at least a few spots, if not everywhere....
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Wesley Havingsire - Sat, 15 Apr 2017 20:13:05 EST ID:gTXxpiZD No.14562 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>13859
3-Meo-PcP
into the novel dissos i see, would be hard to find if you ran out.
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Dr. Mario !gWLn19/oKs - Thu, 06 Jul 2017 15:30:18 EST ID:MtZyhAgA No.14623 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>14498
Ample weed secured. Need more poppy seeds, but as I battle addiction I can't be certain I can handle having like 100lb. However, some day good seeds might be rare. I hypothesize that at random, I'll have 2-4lb of poppy seeds, which is actually a lot like 200mg oxycodone easily. You could probably trade a pound for a massive beef cooked meal for 4-6 people, water included, for a pound.

I need more benzo pills lol. I'm all out and sold powder/solution.

My wife gets dextroamphetamine finally. Thankfully we aren't addicted, so that's good.

I'm not physically dependent on opi anymore, just mental/psych addiction & PAWS. So stuff like multi gram gabapentin, lunesta, promethazine, hydroxyzine might come in handy.

We do need more booze though lol. I only have like 10 shots left.

If this thread taught us anything, it's to keep a handle of booze in the house. And more ammo.

I live on a stable farm now in the country so im probably a 7.5/10 for survival chance, at least location wise. There's lots of horse meds, strong ones too that would help with human surgery without wasting opis.
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Dr. Mario !gWLn19/oKs - Thu, 06 Jul 2017 15:34:35 EST ID:MtZyhAgA No.14624 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>14623
Oh yeah suboxone too. I would guess that 0 tolly people will like how long lasting and functional suboxone is. 10 8.6mg tablets isn't much, but for other people that could last over a month.

>the most important thing is to NOT get physically dependent, as you are worthless in the apocalypse

Oh yeah, i got 4 clean 28ga syringes. I need to turn 2 of them into narcan shots but all in good time.
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DrM !gWLn19/oKs - Mon, 04 Sep 2017 12:53:12 EST ID:mpWk37Jl No.14646 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>14623
>~500mg etiz powder in storage

YESSS

I'm going to lock away 2g etiz, 2g diclaz, and 1g cLam soon enough. As in, buried in the yard.


Murders by Phyllis Gollybanks - Tue, 29 Aug 2017 14:58:29 EST ID:KK0RToBv No.14643 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Recreating various outside crisis situations or not results in invisibility and speed,altering you and reality,personally affecting reality,your mind returning to the past(time travel).People who are acidic,nervous,shitty and others are being assalted,bleeding and puking acid.They're hungrily pulling and grabbing peoples sleeping genitals,thirstily turning peoples places into a hotel/outhouse and anally attacking colon cleansed people .Surrounded by the future,the past and nightlights,barking dogs,abductions,disappearances,suicides,murders,suffocations,draining energy.Being pulled towards the future or the past along with your iron coins and other materials your in contact with and surrounded by,people are disappearing,people are being replaced with clones,robots,etc,people travelling back in time are being attacked,getting into accidents or sending messages.People are travelling to the future and to the past.Aliens,people are visiting and sometimes leaving this world,which worlds and times are they from?They're stealing peoples DNA,cloning,growing and using the clones.The souls of the dead and others are travelling into other peoples bodies to be young and healthy.The things in the spectrums that have the opposite affect of the things in the spectrums that cause aging,retards,sickness,etc and there's the others in the middle.Some people know other peoples thoughts and are communicating telepathically,interuptions,influencing,scolding,interference,torturing and controlling peoples minds.People are communicating with other people through nightmares.People are using other people to say their thoughts.They're turning people into traitorous sex fiends or idiots by getting them to look at and/or sniff something or by injecting them with something,preparing them for what´s happening now and after(animalism),your suspicious,nature's,etc examples,stuck in this nest.They're waking people up again and again and people are waking up in this place and they're causing other sleeping problems and deaths,picking,poking,prodding,digging people with medical instruments.The TV creeps and others are accusing people of being criminals and others in a past life,threatening,hynotising,insulting and bother…
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SURVIVALISTIC INVENTIONS, MODIFICATIONS, & OTHER HACKS OF SUCH IMPLEMENTATIONS by Graham Bobblehatch - Sun, 19 Jan 2014 12:04:01 EST ID:7Y2ZM7Iw No.12630 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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{Okay, well, besides hoping this board survives, thrives, and eventually moves more than say /art/ does, here's to hoping for a pretty packed & kick ass thread}

>ITT:
So, I call this the Bait Bobber Bottle. A bait-fishing keychain kit ideal for lakes, ponds, & slow-stream/river shoreline fishing. This is something I just allofasudden threw together from handmedown mish-mash gear my uncle never used anymore after rewatching the first Rambo movie and recollecting all of the wannabe 80's & 90's handles-full-of-life-providing survival kit-knife ads you saw in the back of magazines and suchwhat. The bobber part & function was never an intention and actually an unaccounted for side-effect of such an idea and concept.
As you can see by the second image, with everything from image 4 still packed inside of it, and even with another 2-inch banana weight clipped on (no clue on it's exact weight but a baby would completely cry if you chucked it at their face), the 50ML liquor bottle still completely floats and functions as a bobber. This is totally a prototype though:
(1) the safety seal ring around the bobber-bottle's neck is fine in an emergency survival situation but I wouldn't trust it to stay on a keyring indefinitely so it should be replaced by something stronger for the abuse of daily carry/dangling.
(2) the waxed papery gasket inside the cap is probably more likely designed with the thought of keeping liquid contents in, but a pancake-like rubber/solid-synthetic disc gasket would maybe be a better & more reliable option.
(3)This kit totally has more room in it for additions; I'm planning on adding a few long lasting modified strike-anywhere survival matches and a bare-bones ultra-thin small-game knife, something like a mini K55K.
(4) The bass guitar string segment with the bent angle on the end in the third image is to function as a gaff hook to pull out & pack in equipment.
(5) The spool is a 3 or 4 inch segment of standard home-use oxygen breathing tube slitted up through the segment with one parallel line along it's length and wound with 20 pound test line (never measured it out but I'm sure I got at least 50-70 feet on there …
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Prima Dezz - Fri, 18 Aug 2017 12:27:24 EST ID:8C/BnKlv No.14638 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>12630
You should put some reflective/glowy-in-the-darky tape or some shit on there, son. I made one of these the other day and put some reflective crap on there with some red tape for good measure but not covering it too much to see inside.
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Eliza Pimmlefuck - Mon, 28 Aug 2017 18:43:57 EST ID:diYwNwg8 No.14639 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>12632

Altoids tin hack;

Make a charcloth/char tinder box by taking an altoids tin and putting a few air holes in the side with a thumbtack then place tinder inside the box, shut the box and put it in the oven or on a campfire for a few hours. The tinder inside will char, making it very easy to catch a spark. You can light some of this tinder, put it back in the tin then put the tin in a neck satchet and wear it under your coat as a body warmer that will smolder for hours, you'll also have a ready ember for a fire. Best to keep one lit right before a rainstorm so you can start a quick campfire.
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Eliza Pimmlefuck - Mon, 28 Aug 2017 18:54:46 EST ID:diYwNwg8 No.14640 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>14639

Water bottle crayfish/British hack

Cut a water bottle in half, put the top part inside the bottom part with some bait in the bottom, melt the edges together with a lighter or burning stick and tie some string to it, better yet paracord as you can melt it to the plastic. Easy to make a bunch of these from trash.
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Eliza Pimmlefuck - Mon, 28 Aug 2017 18:58:42 EST ID:diYwNwg8 No.14641 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>14640

Bait fish not British. Spell check.

Water bottle water filter;

Cut water bottle in half, turn top part upside down and insert a piece of cloth lining the mouth of the bottle. Layer in charcoal dust, fine sand, pebbles and then small rocks all interspersed with bits of charcoal.
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Eliza Pimmlefuck - Mon, 28 Aug 2017 19:09:21 EST ID:diYwNwg8 No.14642 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>14641

Pour water in and let it filter. Good for a cup of clean water in an hour.

DIY lifestraw; https://youtu.be/zXJypLXwsiw


Survival clothes by Cyril Pickshit - Sun, 02 Nov 2014 12:21:50 EST ID:8msYObjP No.13565 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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I recently chilled with a buddy of mine that's a survivalist and he really liked the coat I had (pic related, tried to get the best shot I could of the pockets). It has a waterproof zipper on the front and some hidden pockets on the inside. Anyways, he mentioned maybe putting some velcro on those inside pockets to make them more secure for running and it got my mind moving. Any other ideas on making this jacket better in case society falls apart? I'm personally kicking around trying to incorporate a hood I can attach with a zipper or something for harsher weather. Also, I guess general tactical/apocalypse fashion thread.
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Esther Pingerbury - Sun, 02 Jul 2017 01:34:12 EST ID:V9l3Wd1c No.14591 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>14585
Because im interested in post apocalyptic clothing
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Lillian Puvingbury - Mon, 03 Jul 2017 15:10:34 EST ID:NvXKvaaW No.14606 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Is M65 jacket a good survival jacket? I have one that's at least 30 years old, is oversized, makes me look like a punk rocker/bum, heavy (especially wet) but if it isn't one of the most comfiest jackets and weatherproof I've ever had. I just wish it isn't so oversized. and brand new slim are expensive.
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Isabella Fannerville - Tue, 04 Jul 2017 00:26:45 EST ID:V9l3Wd1c No.14607 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>14606
I used to be a huge M65 fan
When theyre new theyre water repellent, but that wears off after 15 or so years. Gore tex is better pretty much all around, but its loud as fuck
The m65 pants are pretty great for snow gear on a budget
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Ian Blingercocke - Tue, 08 Aug 2017 16:41:03 EST ID:V9l3Wd1c No.14632 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>13565
70s military overcoat. I use this whenever im camping or playing in the dunes at the beach. Any occasion where function trumps fashion. Keeps mud off me and with a hoodie underneath you look like a hobo but youre warm and dry. Sometimes i use it as a blanket when im in a camping chair at a bonfire
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Ebenezer Blenderhodge - Tue, 15 Aug 2017 03:38:27 EST ID:cE6EFAsT No.14635 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Honestly? A really high quality synthetic rain jacket, then layering beneath that. Though I live in a pretty temperate climate with lots of rain fall. Leather clothes would be a great option long as I could find oil to maintain them. They would last multiple lifetimes if maintained properly.

Leather or anything synthetic would eventually be the prime choices as washing/frequent wearing of fabric without means of production would eventually wear out most garments within a decade. Not to mention decomposition rates.


Post your loot /fo/ by .stoner Man - Sun, 30 Jun 2013 01:54:01 EST ID:+XVQEY4Z No.11448 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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What do you think you would raid from anon collections? If the apocolypse happened and we unfortunatley were forced into brutal survival.
I'll start with some loot of mine.
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Martha Bunwell - Fri, 07 Aug 2015 18:02:04 EST ID:q5rvbDUm No.14038 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>11450

The gnome is a nice touch.

I gotta get a gnome for my BOB.
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Nell Mimmletud - Tue, 18 Aug 2015 15:08:26 EST ID:K48qdaYw No.14054 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>Saiga rifle chambered in 7.62x39 w/ Bushnell red dot 1x28 riflescope
>Mosin Nagant M91/30
>P-64 pistol chambered in 9x18 Makarov
>Chest carrier with spare magazines for my Saiga
>Box with several hundred rounds for each weapon I own
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Nigel Buzzleway - Tue, 01 Sep 2015 21:21:44 EST ID:K48qdaYw No.14112 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I bought a Henry H001 and put a barska 4x scope on it, also bought a daisy air rifle with a 4x scope.

pew pew
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Jericho´s Arsenal - Fri, 07 Jul 2017 21:41:32 EST ID:HIEVlRe0 No.14625 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Karabinek Wz. 88 Tantal Assault Rifle, GP-25 Grenade Launcher, Remington 870 Witness Protection Shotgun, Browning Hi-Power Pistol, Pipe Bomb, Hammer Poll Tomahawk, AKM Type II Bayonet, Shiv Knife
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William Sipperpare - Wed, 19 Jul 2017 21:31:15 EST ID:bG2K0oBf No.14627 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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I would start with the clowns too :-)


innawoods by Reuben Pipperkure - Sat, 09 Feb 2013 07:21:06 EST ID:Z4w7fYBe No.10605 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Show me your kit for when you have to go innawoods, /fo/!
http://innawoods.net/
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Emma Gungersutch - Sat, 20 May 2017 02:54:55 EST ID:8VWt0ibc No.14571 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>tfw you're not allowed to have guns in Australia
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Eugene Greenbury - Sun, 21 May 2017 12:34:45 EST ID:0zkuQl9Q No.14572 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>14571

I knew ppl from Ozzieland with warehouses full of guns. Don't think they were supposed to have em though >_>
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Graham Didgeshit - Fri, 26 May 2017 15:18:00 EST ID:QJFMLBAF No.14573 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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DICKS EVERYWHERE
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SLEEP IS FOR THE WEAK - Fri, 30 Jun 2017 10:52:14 EST ID:1yQeKrWa No.14589 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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50 POUNDS OF AMPHETAMINES NIGGA!!!
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Molly Bugglehock - Fri, 30 Jun 2017 16:59:58 EST ID:SkMvofM+ No.14590 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>In order to view this page you need JavaScript and Flash Player 11.5+ support!


FUCK THAT
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Err My Gerd, Lerfwerb? by Simon Fackleshaw - Sat, 09 Apr 2016 13:51:35 EST ID:jyVCyVhd No.14340 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Anyone play Lifeweb? It's a Space Station 13 clone set on an Earth colony beset from without by alien slavers and torn from within by religious war.

Evergreen is a nightmare crapsack world like Warhammer 30K, Battle Angel Alita, F.A.T.A.L. and The Night Land all ran into each other and exploded.

Good luck just walking down the street without being raped, skinned, and eaten. In no particular order.
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Betsy Navingchore - Thu, 28 Apr 2016 08:04:25 EST ID:Q3mhZuZt No.14343 Ignore Report Quick Reply
That looks like utter shite
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George Gonderbanks - Sat, 30 Apr 2016 01:05:16 EST ID:MVedrCln No.14344 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>14343

lol this unrobust chucklefuck doesnt even have a clue about ss13, opinion disregarded

looks p. cool OP, too busy playing ss13 to check it out, maybe one day
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Cedric Wublingville - Thu, 29 Jun 2017 18:58:17 EST ID:MATPGNEA No.14588 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>14340
You don't happen to have the link to the discord do you? I left it at some point and now I can't find it again, if it's even still there.


reading the Book of Revelation by Thomas Gannerstone - Sun, 25 Jun 2017 06:12:58 EST ID:2nPaaAYN No.14584 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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audio

http://amy-talks-all-day.blogspot.ca/2017/06/the-book-of-revelation.html
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Samuel Tillingstone - Thu, 29 Jun 2017 18:16:03 EST ID:2/5o+Jbl No.14587 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>14584
On one hand I think it's kind of cute that we have this middle aged crazy woman who likes to hang around with us and isn't scared off. On the other it's frustrating that she keeps spamming her blog. nb


Beurocratic dystopia or post-apocalyptic wasteland? by Sidney Blatherbanks - Wed, 14 Dec 2016 10:48:38 EST ID:U08FLdq/ No.14469 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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I know that everybody preps for scenario 2 because, let's face it, guns and ammo and abandoned building are way more fun than surveillance and wage-slavery

But really it feels like scenario 1 is what "post-apocalyptic" looks more like in today's context. how the fuck do you prepare for *that*?
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Oliver Shakeforth - Fri, 16 Dec 2016 00:56:53 EST ID:PAUjS2ga No.14470 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Take back the knowledge. Take back the power. Fight Babylon.
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Edwin Bardfuck - Fri, 06 Jan 2017 18:40:46 EST ID:3ZI22UtR No.14485 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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get educated. stay in shape. dont do drugs so you can save the money. bang on the system as you work your way up the ladder. manage not to become jaded and bitter in the process. kill mustafa mond.
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Ebenezer Bavinglut - Wed, 11 Jan 2017 09:39:15 EST ID:Itnv6KTL No.14487 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Scenario 1.
I try to cultivate a few criminal skills
I try to stay off the grid as much as is practical.
I enable activists and reformists by passing on information and manuals with the means to enact action
I try to disseminate security culture
Try to maintain activist and/or criminal contacts who could provide transport, fake ID, or sundries made controlled by a cultural shift or government crackdown
Keep abreast of legal rights, support political action that tries to maintain such.
Try to set aside funds for emergencies, for provision, bail, kickbacks, etc, in a way that cannot be frozen by banks. Hopefully in a form that cannot be deprecated.

Scenario 2.
Try to keep enough bulk food in the larder to last an emergency
Stay cognisant of emergency response and follow current emergencies
try to cultivate survival skills and acquire suitable tools
Try to educate loved ones in correct emergency response
Network with neighbours, friends and family in case of protracted emergency or need to resettle.
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Frederick Grimstone - Sun, 19 Feb 2017 15:51:39 EST ID:3Qw3niZH No.14503 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I'd probably just do what I'm doing now: embrace political apathy, find a cozy job or do freelance work, find a trashy apartment in neo-tokyo, deal dissociatives on the side (because dissociatives are the most dystopian drug), spend excess money on cool future tech like virtual reality and superdrugs, join a cult for spiritual fulfillment, and listen to trap music until the impending singularity

>>14487

you have been sent to the gulag
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Oliver Tillinggold - Fri, 23 Jun 2017 05:48:32 EST ID:a4zzt+TS No.14582 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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After reading this I realize we're likely living in something similar to this. I feel like we're in the precursor stage to heavy-cyberpunk. Like the weird fashions and holographic shit you see in the movies. Blade Runner, Ghost in the Shell ect.

Have a feeling most of us are going to be pretty old by then..

That, or the world will look like children of men.


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