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About Breaker

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    Born in Hawaii, raised in West Virginia, unhappy in Louisiana.
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    New Orleans, LA
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    Gaming, Football, Knives, Dogs
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    Receiving Department of a Sporting Goods store
  1. I like dryer lint too. Its a free byproduct of me doing laundry that otherwise gets thrown out.
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    Cat owners - Train your cat now to come

    Our cat is ok. She's sort of indifferent and doesnt mind being in her carrier. It helps that catnip puts her in that funny cat high. Unfortunately she likes to meow a lot in the car (unless super high on catnip).
  3. Waaant! I wonder if this would tank the bottled water industry. When/if this goes through I have to wonder when someone gets 100 of them or makes a giant one so they aren't reliant on city water. I can't help but think that some industry would complain enough to keep these off the market. Or more likely make them ludicrously expensive.
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    Goverment recomended 3 day kit.

    Yeah. PB is my favorite snack. Just give me a jar and a spoon and I'm set. The price is freakin' crazy, but not nearly as bad as honey. As for food/water preparedness I agree with what everyone else is saying. Just wish the crap was cheaper to stock up on. We got enough water to last us a long time but the food thing is something else. I'll have to scavenge/hunt after a short while.
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    Rifles for the apoyclypse

    I like pistol caliber long guns. No need to worry about multiple types of ammo, they are light, some are easily concealable and some use the exact same clip as certain pistols for further interchangeability.
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    Kel Tec Sub-2000 or Beretta Storm Cx4?

    The Beretta is compatible with any Beretta mag. So yes. I think it just comes with 2 14 round clips. Or at least the one at the store does.
  7. I'm torn here. Does anyone have experience with both? The ultimate pro/con for me is that the Beretta is a lot easier to get. Yet even though I get a discount at the store I work for, the Sub-2000 still may wind up cheaper if I can get a good deal at an auction site. Can anyone here push me one way or the other?
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    top 4 zombpocalypse weapons

    Thank you so much for introducing me to Kel Tec. That KSG is awesome and will be mine as soon as I can find a dealer that can order me one. That said, my ideal 4 weapons would be: Kel Tec KSG (compact shotgun for when the PMR30 isn't enough, holds double the rounds a normal shotgun. Wouldn't want to get killed because I had to reload often.) Kel Tec PMR30 (lightweight .22 handgun that carries 30. Zombies would be close to mid engagement so .22 should be fine. Not to mention just being able to carry 30 in a clip is awesome). Aluminum baseball bat (when reloading isn't an option, an aluminum bat is durable, light and capable of massive head trauma. Aluminum swings quicker and you don't have to worry about it getting stuck in bones like an axe). Until I get those I have a Mossberg 500 with some bells and whistles on it. I have a bunch of survival gear but my zombie preparedness is admittedly pretty bad.
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    Review Suggestion: Pull String Alarms

    Hey guys, I just found these on another web site for a better price. $2.65 for a pack of 72 as opposed $4.49. The website is Sword Demon and I have ordered from them several times so I can vouch for their reliability.
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    Zombie Fiction or Something to Chew On

    Reminds me of when the velociraptor learned to open the door in Jurassic Park. Terrifying.
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    Zombie Fiction or Something to Chew On

    Does it have to be zombies? H.P. Lovecraft and Titus Crow by Brian Lumley are great. Also try the games Left 4 Dead and L4D2.
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    Bug Out Motorcycle???

    Weapons mount would not be possible without a sidecar and second person to operate. You need to be able to turn and unless your target is directly in front of you, you won't have a high degree of success. A motorcycle is more suitable to fleeing then standing your ground. Now being able to include detachable weaponry might be good idea. Make it easy to draw and re-attach. Still, shooting accuately and driving a motorcycle regardless of how you mount the weapons is going to be really tough. On a side note I can't wait to own a bike again.
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    Oh man i forgot about wood stoves. So many memories at grandmas house, tossing wood into it and getting a little too warmlol
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    Hi from West Virginia in Louisiana.

    Meaty parts... Btw, GO MOUNTAINEERS!
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    I forgot about bees. Me and my wife like honey because not only is it delicious, but keeps forever. No bees of or own unfortunately. i don't plan on having children with me when SHTF. im sure kids clothes will be valueable to some but its nothing I'd plan to stock pile