posted on Jul, 16 2012 @ 12:44 AM
I don't think what your saying is practical for most people. Most people barely have time to shop for groceries let alone go trying to find a rabbit.
Like for most who work 40 hrs a week even if they're single they still barely have time for themselves let alone doing all this prepping. I think
it's smart to have a bob, a bov, and a bol. But even that is a bit extreme if you ask me.
Here's the challenge if you ask me...
If the shtf, you'd have to be able to last at least 6 weeks on your own. Preferablly 3 months. Hopefully by that time a new g0v deal is set up and
working so the utilities come back online and stores reopen. So you'd be okay.
Now lets say that didn't happen. lets say it's an all out cluster fook. The lights aren't coming back on. Well the guy who has a cabin and some
supplies, etc would be a bit better off. But unless he's a FULL BLOWN army ranger survival extremeist who's trained for years at this. Then the
average cabin goer is only gonna last until his food runs out. He might even catch a few fish and eat some wild berries but he won't know enough to
last long term. So he lasts maybe a year. One long cold winter and he's dead. the guy stuck in the city with nothing might even have a better chance.
As long as he has a gun and is willing to work, trade, team up with groups, he might very likely be able to make it. but I think that generally most
people without a gun and some proper supplies wouldn't make it 1 yr. Those with might make it 2 years. But they'd run out of ammo, they'd run into
problems and with no place to stock up they'd likely not make it.
So again I don't really think what your saying is practical for most people. I don't think it's sane either. You're gonna die sometime, all you
have to to do is face that fact. Don't give up and if you can make it great, but ultimately you're dead already. So prepare for the