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Originally posted by cnichols
Wow that's one high strung guy you have on your hands! If everything ever did go wrong would he calmly be able to plan things out? Maybe investing in some survival holidays or something would be a good idea to give him some ability to assess a situation.
Either that or stock some tranquilizers in your supplies
Serious point though, you cn stock all you want but eventually those stocks will run out. Knowledge is easy to get and can be carried everywhere. So some basic survival stuff is a good idea, along with medical training at as high a level as you can get it.
Originally posted by branty
reply to post by j2000
i couldve post reply to any of the above tbh, but having 2 sons i went with j2000, i hope to god we all are over reacting. I never wanted to be wrong so much before.
Originally posted by hstock28
Well, I'm in the same boat, but opposite side of the coin. My husband just doesn't get it. He just thinks I'm paranoid and falling off the deep end. I try to talk to him, but he just doesn't want to hear it. His philosophy is what will happen, will happen, why worry about it? If it was just us two, perhaps I coud go along with it (probably not, but perhaps); however, we have three kids to look out for. I'm sorry, but I'm going to do everything I possibly can to make sure our kids have food and water and basic necessities. I just wish he was on the same page.