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Originally posted by Jehosephat
....cause being thrown from a car sucks
Originally posted by Dr Love
My tip would be, if a bear starts to charge you, run like hell.
Originally posted by Oni x x
*if you in a car that falls in to a river/lake---- open all windows or brake them as quick as you can, that way you can still get the doors open--as when the car fills with water there is no longer any pressure--if the windows are closed then the pressure out-side pushes the doors so you cant open them
*If you get caught in a averlanch and are buried under snow, and dont know which way is up or down---- fan the snow in front of you to see which way it falls --- then you can work out which way is up due to what way the snow is falling on your face
*when going on a plane--count the seats to the exit by touching each one, that way if the plane crashes or is on fire and filled with smoke you already know the way without needing to use you eyes
Originally posted by this is yellow 13
1. Hit back. If a shark is coming toward you or attacks you, use anything you have in your possession—a camera, probe, harpoon gun, your fist—to hit the shark's eyes or gills, which are the areas most sensitive to pain.
2. Make quick, sharp, repeated jabs in these areas. Since sharks are predators and will usually only follow through on an attack if they have the advantage, making the shark unsure of its advantage in any way possible will increase your chances of survival. Contrary to popular opinion, the shark’s nose is not the area to attack, unless you cannot reach the eyes or gills. Hitting the shark simply tells it that you are not defenseless.
i can not be held liable if you are hurt or even EATEN by the shark as you may punch like a 2 year old so toughn up