Preparing for the Unthinkable

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        Hiya Guys and Dolls,

        We here all these stories about under ground bunkers, stashing food and water supply that will last for years and having a plan of action in the event of something catastrophic happening.

        Do you think this is a wise idea and or are these just radicals?

        Some of the richest people in the world have built underground living. Maybe they have nothing better to do with their money or maybe they know something we don't .

        I say  C'est la vie who wants to live out years underground! And if you did save food reserves they would be ransacked by every thief in the neighborhood who didn't prepare. 

        What do you think?

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        We keep a healthy stock of non-perishable food items which is smart; granted, not for the apocalypse but for practical reasons: broke, power goes out, storms.
        If the big bombs drop, world is going to be unliveable for our generation anyway.  Govt bunkers make sense: preserve art, keep the species alive. But no, I've enough daily stress to fear world-ending events. Stop worrying about living, and just live!
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        It's good to be prepared, but then, I suppose only those well-off enough to prepare *well* will be doing well and only if they find themselves still around after whatever happens. 

        MRE sales are skyrocketing, if that's any indication of where we are headed.  You can buy them now in bulk on the side of the road.  Be prepared.  At least have lunch ready-to-eat.  Five years worth for one person is pretty expensive.  I'd say stockpile seeds and know how to grow things hydroponically so that you can grow some food there in your survival cave.

        You may like to read a book called The Road by Cormac McCarthy.  He also wrote No Country For Old Men.  It is a great post-apocalyptic journey and very awesome.
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        Preparing for the worse case scenario is wise but some people are taking it too far, so far that they might end up losing what today offers because of worrying too much about tomorrow.
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        I really don't think about what might happen one day. People should stop living in fear and obsessing about the worst possible scenarios.

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