phil_in_cs wrote: Get your rice and beans now, when you don't have to pay for them in blood.
squinty wrote:You wear "chaps" to break a bronco, you wear "assless chaps" because civilization has collapsed and you've gone feral.
Blacksmith wrote:That is an excellent topic for another thread. You should start one about that. Really.
Erik wrote:crypto wrote:Ellie With An Axe wrote:Does your sleeping bag hanging down there fwap you in the butt when you're running?
This is what I was going to ask. It looks like it would get in the way of your legs pretty easy.
Nay, it's not hanging low enough to hit my legs, just my rear end a bit. Any suggestions to raise it up would be welcomed.
Erik wrote:Bi-yearly BUMP.
Not a britishism at all, not one we use.smiffy wrote:crypto wrote:smiffy wrote: "Dasiy Chains" seem a good idea
I'm not sure how a daisy chain would be used to do this, but I'd like to fond out.
Sheddi reminded me of the term, possibly it's a Britishism. It's what i'd call the strip of webbing loops going up the rear-centerline of the pack in question.
Erik wrote:Why, thank you!
My ZS shot.
www.dreamindemon.comgoofygurl wrote:Dogan – In charge of all things fucked up
tjsjr wrote:blackhawk96dr wrote:hey Erick are you still taking suggestions on your B.O.B.
Holy thread necro!
Regular Guy wrote:tjsjr wrote:blackhawk96dr wrote:hey Erick are you still taking suggestions on your B.O.B.
Holy thread necro!
However, it's a good necro. This is a good thread and there is nothing wrong with a little bump and grind, when the thread is haut.
Wileama wrote:I am curious is that Quick Clot power, or a Quick Clot bandage? If it's the powder I suggest you drop it. Ever self aid buddy care class I've taken the instructor always emphasis just how much a last resort quick clot power is. Quick Clot will stop bleeding. However it's kind of akin to pouring cement into a wound. Long term it's going to do a lot of damage. I've heard of guys having surgery years down the line to deal with some of the health impacts. Heavens help you if you get the stuff in your eye. Hemostatic bandages are apparently all the rage instead. From what I understand it's basically the same stuff, only impregnated in a bandage. That helps preventing it from traveling through you veins, and what not.
DannySkillZ wrote:hey I think I see Ender's Game on your bookshelf... cool.
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