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Another View of Bugging Out/Prepping/Survival

Post by fourpaws » Sat May 11, 2013 11:44 am

Found this earlier from a link from a site on my Facestalker profile... things that I have "liked" ... interesting read.. and interesting comments at the bottom as well.. certainly puts what we think/do into perspective... but does raise some good points as well...

http://www.deathvalleymag.com/2013/05/1 ... -5-things/
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Re: Another View of Bugging Out/Prepping/Survival

Post by sheddi » Fri May 17, 2013 3:05 pm

I take some exception to this list; I've eaten (curried) cat food, and Bonios are delicious (or at least, no worse than Biscuits, Brown) :-)

Also, I'm pretty sure many people successfully bugged out on foot from Katrina, from Bosnia, and are continuing to do so from Syria. Not to mention all those who fled before the Wehrmacht back in 1939-42.
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Re: Another View of Bugging Out/Prepping/Survival

Post by K9medic » Sat May 18, 2013 3:00 pm

Biscuits Brown, young ins these days don’t know their born, you should have tried the Biscuits AB
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Re: Another View of Bugging Out/Prepping/Survival

Post by sheddi » Sun May 19, 2013 2:31 pm

K9medic wrote:Biscuits Brown, young ins these days don’t know their born, you should have tried the Biscuits AB
Am I right to think that before Biscuits AB there were separate Biscuits A and Biscuits B? Or have I been successfully wound up?
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Re: Another View of Bugging Out/Prepping/Survival

Post by fourpaws » Thu May 23, 2013 5:46 am

sheddi wrote:
K9medic wrote:Biscuits Brown, young ins these days don’t know their born, you should have tried the Biscuits AB
Am I right to think that before Biscuits AB there were separate Biscuits A and Biscuits B? Or have I been successfully wound up?
Ahh... Biscuits AB.. or "Biscuits Arse Blocker" as they were otherwise known.. okay with a bit of "Paste, (Believed to be) Meat" smeared on them.. just... and then loaded up with Spangles as well.... hahahahaha.... :gonk:
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Re: Another View of Bugging Out/Prepping/Survival

Post by wee drop o' bush » Thu May 23, 2013 6:25 am

Spangles? Image
I can still remember how they taste :gonk:
Not nearly as nice as refreshers :D

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Re: Another View of Bugging Out/Prepping/Survival

Post by K9medic » Thu May 23, 2013 11:38 am

white "spangles" out the rat pack were best, less added acid and a slight hint of mint.
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