WhoShotJR wrote:Risk analysis, for sure. Anyone with a good link?Necrodamus wrote:I would say before prioritizing you need to do a risk analysis.
Also I noticed at step 4 you have the basics covered but you have not mentioned water yet.
Water is king!
Here is another post with lots of good info.
PistolPete wrote:Locked, but left here as an example why the PAW will suck beyond imagination. You people can't even get along when there isn't stress and starvation. Imagine what a bunch of raving lunatics you'll be when you have to skip a couple meals and wipe with the Sears catalog.
Vindictus wrote:And I restate the livestock question. Is it so ridiculous to set up a coop in your back yard?
shrapnel wrote:Also, if the internet did become self-aware, jesus fuck it would be largely devoted to porn, so I don't see that ending any way other than hilariously.
civvie wrote:By purchasing fewer things you can afford better things.
mad scientist wrote:Vindictus wrote:And I restate the livestock question. Is it so ridiculous to set up a coop in your back yard?
For many people, Yes, this would be ridiculous (or at least not practical). Imagine people living in a dorm, in an apartment, in a condo, in any neighborhood with a HOA, or just plain living in a city. Also, having roosters around is just plain annoying for most people (and their neighbors!).
There are other aspects to worry about as well (such as feeding, watering, protecting, sheltering, and generally the chore of owning live animals)
I had a chicken coop in the backyard growing up and I enjoyed it, and think its a really good idea for some people who are in a position to do it. For plenty of others, though, I can completely understand why they can't or won't do it.
The Incident Command training is free for anyone to take, btw, on their site (http://training.fema.gov/is/crslist.asp) and even if you're not applying it to work like I am, it's still got a lot of good organizational policy that you could take something away from for organizing your own personal emergency response protocol and resource management.
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