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Old 01-30-2013, 10:53 AM
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You need to study up on your zombies

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Old 01-30-2013, 11:30 AM
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Come on man I'm not risking my life in a zombie apocalypse based on a 1943 movie. I mean they obviously had to portray them that way due to crappy special effects and no "real" zombies to play the part. What if they really are fast, can swim, and more importantly........can use a door knob. Heck who's to say they can't fire a weapon and then eat you? I'm freaking out here!
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Old 01-30-2013, 11:41 AM
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I think by living in California, that I/we prep a bit more just because of earthquakes. I have done a few things to make sure that if a big one hits that we can survive without the infrastructure being 100% intact for a week or 2. I always try to have 20 gallons of gas in gas cans and we have a few emergency food kits from Costco. For water, I have a bunch of filters to purify my parents' pool water, so I should be good there(they live a couple blocks away). I still need to buy a generator, as I have rigged my electrical panel up to be able to tie a generator into and I need to get some guns.

I think it is a decent start, but I do not consider myself a quack-job prepper like those on TV.
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Old 01-30-2013, 11:47 AM
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I think by living in California, that I/we prep a bit more just because of earthquakes. I have done a few things to make sure that if a big one hits that we can survive without the infrastructure being 100% intact for a week or 2. I always try to have 20 gallons of gas in gas cans and we have a few emergency food kits from Costco. For water, I have a bunch of filters to purify my parents' pool water, so I should be good there(they live a couple blocks away). I still need to buy a generator, as I have rigged my electrical panel up to be able to tie a generator into and I need to get some guns.

I think it is a decent start, but I do not consider myself a quack-job prepper like those on TV.
What if the earthquake crack the pool and all the water runs out? Just sayin'
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Old 01-30-2013, 11:53 AM
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What if the earthquake crack the pool and all the water runs out? Just sayin'
How is the earthquake going to crack an above ground pool?
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Old 01-30-2013, 08:00 PM
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How is the earthquake going to crack an above ground pool?
Don't you know, everyone says the ground is going to split and then all of California is going to be sucked into the crack.
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Old 01-30-2013, 08:04 PM
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I have a lawn chair, dark sunglasses, SPF2000 and gin and tonic.... Get in my swimsuit, apply SPF2000 liberally, put on sun glasses, sit in the chair in my back yard with a drink and wait for the bright flash and heat wave......
For me, it will be gin and a couple of limes sitting by the pool. Sunglasses yes; screen not needed. Don't need the tonic either. I'll keep it simple.I work from home so during the summer I'm usually in the swim suit anyways.
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Old 01-30-2013, 08:06 PM
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What if the earthquake crack the pool and all the water runs out? Just sayin'
25,000 gallons has to go somewhere. The pool will be just a little bit deeper.
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Old 01-30-2013, 08:11 PM
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got an old gf that I still text every once in a while to check up on and see how she's doing.... she's becoming consumed with all the "world is coming to an end nazi obama hate gun hitler" crap that I don't think I'll be checking on her much longer
she doesn't send text messages back, she sends text books.... I think she's "off her meds" or something
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Old 01-30-2013, 08:17 PM
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How is the earthquake going to crack an above ground pool?
It beat the crap out of the Bay Bridge when Al Michaels was on the air- that's a lot bigger than a little above-ground pool. How would an earthquake NOT tear it up?
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