How good to see your post again. It has been awhile since I have seen you on these boards. You have been missed. I was wondering when you would show
up ..not if...but when.
However..I do want to thank both you and Sonya610 for confirming my standing thesis about "Male expendability and disposability." Good times and
Also how dumb that certain women think many men actually are. I agree with this.
Makes me chuckle to myself in that post you made to ....I think it was Shazam the Unbowed...let me see if I can find it.!! I busted out laughing when
first I read it.
Exactly. Men and women fight differently. Men will beat each other up and then buy each other a beer. Women will make a place in the tomato
patch for your biodegrading corpse
However Whitewave..darling..I also noted that you almost went over to the dark side of the "Force " here....or is the dark side..always there
....just underneath a thin veneer of civilization. I shall have to watch you closely Whitewave. LOL LOL LOL!!
By the way...DuneKnight....Whitewave is correct here...as well as Sonya610. A noble macho man is going to be very expendable and disposable. I
wouldnt put to much emphasis on your man stuff here in Situation X. The women clearly by what is posted here ...recognize that they can play it two or
more ways in Situation X. How many ways will you be able to play it? Subtilty is not usually a mans strong suite. Think hard on this before chest
Many women view survival and the accompanying thinking ..very differently from men. Do not underestimate them here.
If I may quote Whitewave from a past thread..."Women are always in the survival mode.!! " I agree with her on this.
Took time after begining my battery charging cycle to go to the store. Purchased some canned goods and two bottles of rubbing alcohol, two bottles of
hydrogen peroxide, and a two pack of antibiotic Ointment.
I also made that puruchase of the second Marine deep cycle battery.
It will go on the charger when the current one is finished with its charging cycle.
Oh..one other thing..Chewlip...keep on hand a manually operated can opener..not an electric one. Electric is nice and convenient...but be prepared
for the electricity to go out.
I keep an olde army P 38 model can opener with me at all times. Great invention on someones part.
Another thing I purchased some time back was a case of those baby wipes. It is a way of cleanng yourself when the water goes out. Soldiers use them
out in the field alot now days. They love them when out in the scrub. Dont know what the shelf life on them is but I reckon I will be finding out.
I always try to keep on hand..especially during Hurricane season...one to two of the Forty packs of AA type batteries. For my radios...portable
radios. My variouis flashlights. I always try to keep on my person a four pack of AA batteries for the Mag Lite I am always carrying. If you have
children..you must keep them out of this store..it is for emergencys..not MP3 players and other such instant gratification goodies. Same for
unthinkng adults too. Keep them out of this supply. Rotate them out if you think they are going bad.
Try to choose flashlights and electronic goodies which have a common battery ..so that you dont have to keep so many varietys on hand..but can select
from a common battery supply.
Little things like this...knowlege from others..lots of people out here know lots of little ideas to connect dots and make a whole picture.
Thanks to all for thier posts,