posted on Nov, 23 2012 @ 05:29 PM
Originally posted by SubTruth
Originally posted by Lil Drummerboy
I live in wisconsin,
about 960 to 1200 ft elevation,,
weather is really never bad.. a few tornadoes once in an while, at least in my
southeast corner of the state.
unless we have a "biblical" flood.. we are rather safe..
Sooo, what is there to prepare for? and define flatlanders
I also live in SE WI. And I have to tell you that you are wrong. Exposure is what will kill most people if the system were to collapse and WI is very
very very COLD.
if you live in wisconsin then you should know that our average winter temps have been -2f to 29f..
and if that is Very Very cold, then you should consider someplace warmer.. and or youve not been a wisconsin native for very long.. those arent cold
temps.. Now if your a homeless person, then exposure would be an issue. and anyone whom is on ATS is most likely Not a homeless person and wont be
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