Are You Prepared For Armageddon?

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Bearded Fanatic

UK

#1 Jan 18, 2009
Emergency Checklist:

Drinking Water Three gallons of drinking water stored for each person
Sanitation Water Two gallons of washing water for each person (or have a plan for accessing water)
Food Three-day supply
Shelter Tent or preplanned location for gathering and shelter
Wool-blend blanket or sleeping bag One for each person, in waterproof bag or container
Camp stove and fuel Store fuel in safe, yet accessible location
Cooking pots & utensils Include manual can opener
Flashlights One for each person - LED type preferred
AM/FM Radio with batteries Self powered "Freeplay" type preferred.
Alkaline or lithium batteries Enough batteries to run all flashlights and radio continuously for 3 days
Long-burning Candles
Mantle lantern With extra mantles and sufficient fuel for three days continuous use
"Cyalume" light sticks For use as markers and to comfort small children
Windproof/waterproof matches
Second method to start fire Butane lighter or sparker
Disposable plates, cups and utensils. Paper towels.
Ziplock bags Various sizes
Duct tape Six large rolls
Plastic sheeting Six large 2-mil tarps minimum. More are better. Thicker is better.
Tools Include shovel, hatchet or axe, pocket knife
First aid kit and supplies With first aid manual. Include burn gel and large dressings
Prescription medicines taken regularly Consume every six months and replace with fresh bottle
Bottle of potassium iodide tablets In case of radiation exposure
Emergency battery pack for cell phone Make sure phone is accessible and operational in shelter location
50-foot nylon rope and heavy-duty nylon tarp with grommets For emergency shelter construction
Whistle with neck cord
Makeshift toilet Can be made from a five-gallon spackle bucket and toilet seat
Toilet paper
13-gallon trash can liners For toilet liner and other uses
Nitrile rubber gloves Small and large sizes.
Dust masks
Bottle of disinfectant Lysol and/or Clorox
Personal comfort kit Soap, toothbrush and paste, comb, tissue, sanitary napkins, razor, and other needed items. Sewing kit.
Pet food and supplies Include extra drinking water for pet
Fire extinguisher Class ABC type
Important Papers Copies of important documents: wills, birth certificates, insurance forms, emergency phone numbers.
Pillows and foam sleeping pads Not essential but very nice to have
Extra Clothing A complete outfit of appropriate clothing for each family member. Include extra socks, underwear, hat, sturdy shoes, and gloves
Emergency reflective blanket
Gas Mask
Candy Floss Maker
Blow up doll
Monopoly

Now what else do I need???

“...a river of conscience ...”

Since: Oct 07

Scotland

#2 Jan 18, 2009
Anti neocon spray?

“Romantic Adventures”

Since: Jan 09

International Dating UK

#3 Jan 18, 2009
Bearded Fanatic wrote:
Emergency Checklist:
Drinking Water Three gallons of drinking water stored for each person
Sanitation Water Two gallons of washing water for each person (or have a plan for accessing water)
Food Three-day supply
Shelter Tent or preplanned location for gathering and shelter
Wool-blend blanket or sleeping bag One for each person, in waterproof bag or container
Camp stove and fuel Store fuel in safe, yet accessible location
Cooking pots & utensils Include manual can opener
Flashlights One for each person - LED type preferred
AM/FM Radio with batteries Self powered "Freeplay" type preferred.
Alkaline or lithium batteries Enough batteries to run all flashlights and radio continuously for 3 days
Long-burning Candles
Mantle lantern With extra mantles and sufficient fuel for three days continuous use
"Cyalume" light sticks For use as markers and to comfort small children
Windproof/waterproof matches
Second method to start fire Butane lighter or sparker
Disposable plates, cups and utensils. Paper towels.
Ziplock bags Various sizes
Duct tape Six large rolls
Plastic sheeting Six large 2-mil tarps minimum. More are better. Thicker is better.
Tools Include shovel, hatchet or axe, pocket knife
First aid kit and supplies With first aid manual. Include burn gel and large dressings
Prescription medicines taken regularly Consume every six months and replace with fresh bottle
Bottle of potassium iodide tablets In case of radiation exposure
Emergency battery pack for cell phone Make sure phone is accessible and operational in shelter location
50-foot nylon rope and heavy-duty nylon tarp with grommets For emergency shelter construction
Whistle with neck cord
Makeshift toilet Can be made from a five-gallon spackle bucket and toilet seat
Toilet paper
13-gallon trash can liners For toilet liner and other uses
Nitrile rubber gloves Small and large sizes.
Dust masks
Bottle of disinfectant Lysol and/or Clorox
Personal comfort kit Soap, toothbrush and paste, comb, tissue, sanitary napkins, razor, and other needed items. Sewing kit.
Pet food and supplies Include extra drinking water for pet
Fire extinguisher Class ABC type
Important Papers Copies of important documents: wills, birth certificates, insurance forms, emergency phone numbers.
Pillows and foam sleeping pads Not essential but very nice to have
Extra Clothing A complete outfit of appropriate clothing for each family member. Include extra socks, underwear, hat, sturdy shoes, and gloves
Emergency reflective blanket
Gas Mask
Candy Floss Maker
Blow up doll
Monopoly
Now what else do I need???
Sounds similar to the list you would need if you was going to Helmond Province. Seems some people have got it easier than others in this life.
mr Giblets

UK

#4 Jan 18, 2009
asavantage wrote:
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Sounds similar to the list you would need if you was going to Helmond Province. Seems some people have got it easier than others in this life.
sounds like what we take when we go "ooop North". Or what my Granny said I needed when I went to Paris for a holiday.
Timmy Tinfoil

UK

#5 Jan 18, 2009
Bearded Fanatic wrote:
Emergency Checklist:
Drinking Water Three gallons of drinking water stored for each person
Sanitation Water Two gallons of washing water for each person (or have a plan for accessing water)
Food Three-day supply
Shelter Tent or preplanned location for gathering and shelter
Wool-blend blanket or sleeping bag One for each person, in waterproof bag or container
Camp stove and fuel Store fuel in safe, yet accessible location
Cooking pots & utensils Include manual can opener
Flashlights One for each person - LED type preferred
AM/FM Radio with batteries Self powered "Freeplay" type preferred.
Alkaline or lithium batteries Enough batteries to run all flashlights and radio continuously for 3 days
Long-burning Candles
Mantle lantern With extra mantles and sufficient fuel for three days continuous use
"Cyalume" light sticks For use as markers and to comfort small children
Windproof/waterproof matches
Second method to start fire Butane lighter or sparker
Disposable plates, cups and utensils. Paper towels.
Ziplock bags Various sizes
Duct tape Six large rolls
Plastic sheeting Six large 2-mil tarps minimum. More are better. Thicker is better.
Tools Include shovel, hatchet or axe, pocket knife
First aid kit and supplies With first aid manual. Include burn gel and large dressings
Prescription medicines taken regularly Consume every six months and replace with fresh bottle
Bottle of potassium iodide tablets In case of radiation exposure
Emergency battery pack for cell phone Make sure phone is accessible and operational in shelter location
50-foot nylon rope and heavy-duty nylon tarp with grommets For emergency shelter construction
Whistle with neck cord
Makeshift toilet Can be made from a five-gallon spackle bucket and toilet seat
Toilet paper
13-gallon trash can liners For toilet liner and other uses
Nitrile rubber gloves Small and large sizes.
Dust masks
Bottle of disinfectant Lysol and/or Clorox
Personal comfort kit Soap, toothbrush and paste, comb, tissue, sanitary napkins, razor, and other needed items. Sewing kit.
Pet food and supplies Include extra drinking water for pet
Fire extinguisher Class ABC type
Important Papers Copies of important documents: wills, birth certificates, insurance forms, emergency phone numbers.
Pillows and foam sleeping pads Not essential but very nice to have
Extra Clothing A complete outfit of appropriate clothing for each family member. Include extra socks, underwear, hat, sturdy shoes, and gloves
Emergency reflective blanket
Gas Mask
Candy Floss Maker
Blow up doll
Monopoly
Now what else do I need???
you forgot :

Anderson Shelter (1942)
stirrup pump
tinfoil

if it's Armageddon , will the BBC still be transmitting Radio 2? leave the radio!
Timmy Tinfoil

UK

#6 Jan 18, 2009
anti lizard repellent
salt to repel giant alien zombie slugs (they don't like it up them!)
anti-zombie kit

“...a river of conscience ...”

Since: Oct 07

Scotland

#7 Jan 18, 2009
told you, it's the neocon spray that's missing

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