Permanent shelter supplies.

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  1. jonthai

    jonthai New Member
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    So imagine you're building a permanent shelter. What are your priorities of things to put in there, and what extras can you incorporate to provide with extra accommodation and security?
     
  2. joshposh

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    For starters, at least 3 months worth of food and water. From there it will be weapons and ammo to fend off a small army. A bed and a 50 inch TV to keep me entertained.

    That would be a basic list of a simply dwelling. Nothing too fancy.
     
  3. ToTang45

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    A TV? Really?
    What do you expect to be watching on it? :)
    Not having a go, just curious. Perhaps I need to get in on that!

    For me, I agree with the above - as much non-perishable food as humanly possible. As much water as one can get his hands on. Be it bottled, be it in a tank, be it a means of catching rain water. A lot of clothing, for all purposes, for all people. A ton of blankets and cushions and pillows, as people do need comfort, As many hygiene products as possible.
    Weaponry, hunting and fishing tools.
     
  4. joshposh

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    Well, don't assume it the end of times and the grid is down. The original poster didn't stipulate the conditions or other variables. I posted the main 3 items i needed to hold up in a permanent shelter. I slept on rocks before, highly over rated. So since this is more like a wish list, I want a bed and TV after the main 3 items.
     
  5. lonewolf

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    if it isn't the end of times and the grid is still up there wont be the mass panic of the populace, why live in a shelter if that is the case? aren't you short of making a hard time of it when you don't need to? alright I don't live in the city, I live in the countryside, so maybe i'm seeing it from a completely different angle.
    I see no point in bugging out and living rough if there is no need to.
     
  6. ToTang45

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    Agreed. Plus I kind of like the idea of life without a TV I guess.
    So I'm biased against the idiot box. :p

    ...even if I do own, and regularly watch one.
     
  7. lonewolf

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    same here, all those adverts and trailers, and all those repeats? what the hell am I paying a tv licence for?:D
     
  8. lonewolf

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    I quite fancy a life without technology, I know for most people that would be their idea of hell, but I like the idea of a simpler more basic life.
     
  9. ToTang45

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    Wow. Where are you that you have to pay for a licence?
     
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