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Originally posted by Ambient Sound
So, what? Did everyone just throw away their Y2K Survival Kits?
Seriously though, a lot of people spent incredible amounts on preparing for Y2K a few years ago. I would think you could pick up some leftover survival stuff cheap.
Originally posted by StarChild
I have a friend in Western Montana who has an underground bunker built into his backyard, capable of withstanding a nuclear attack. He built it himself.
He has enough supplies down there to last 6 people 10 years, and has a massive amount of weaponry and ammunition, capable of waging a small war.
He has every kind of supply down there. Everything you can imagine, it's there, plus more.
I once asked him how much money he invested in it, and you know what he said?
Originally posted by Simon
"Anyone any thoughts? "
yes here's one, stop letting paranoid Americans, and media hype make you terrified of stepping out of your front door and relax.
The building next door to your house may explode today, but the chances of you getting hit by a car on your way to the shops is about a million times more likely.
There isn't a terrorist plot around every corner. Mongol hoards are not sitting on your door step ready to invade. Its all hype hype hype.
Just ignore it and go about your every day business.
I'm off to Thailand in the summer to tour the south ? Know why ? because its incredibly cheap now dumb Europeans and idiot yanks think that every 2nd person is a suicide bomber.
Jesus. A building blew up. One building and the whole world goes on high alert, its like these "terrorists" didn't exist before the world trade centre blew up and now people are spying on their neighbours and wearing gas masks on the tube.
I live in London. What will I do next time they declare high risk of a terrorist attack in the centre ? I'm going to go shopping. At least it wont be crowded.