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August 20, 2011, 09:16:16 PM
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Zombie Apocalypse Survival Kit - 50 BTC

I've spent the past years preparing for the Zombie Apocalypse.  But I've now come to the realization that I don't want to live in a world overrun with zombies, and now plan to take the coward's way out with a bullet to the head.  My loss in faith is your gain.

For sale.  One Zombie Apocalypse Kit.  50 BTC.  Shipping and Insurance to the Continental US included.  Since I want to pass this on to a true believer, I will only sell the set as a whole.  I won't sell individual items, so don't ask.

The kit includes:

Food

Just enough to get you through your initial escape.

1 - 3600 Calorie MadDay Food Bar.  Guranteed good until at least 2015.

1 - Pouch beef jerky.

1 - 4.225 oz emergency water pouch.

Money

You'll need something better than worthless paper money.

2 - 1 ounce .999 fine silver rounds.

1 - Dollar Face Value "junk" silver.  0.715 ounces of actual silver supplied as pre-1964 US currency.  Two quarters and 10 dimes.

Timepiece

There will come a time where you'll need to detonate explosives in exactly 10 minutes.

1 - Seiko 5 SNNK809 Automatic Wristwatch.  This is a mechanical watch that winds itself automatically as you wear it.  There's no battery to deal with, so it won't go dead when you need it most.  It's also impervious to EMP attacks, if you are worried about a nuclear or alien apocalypse.  (New in Box.)

Reading materials

To pass the time and educate yourself.

1 - Pocket sized copy of the Declaration of Independence and the Constitution of the United States.

1 - US Army Survival Manual FM 21-76 - Chock full of practical tips for survival.

50 - Las Vegas escort service trading cards to keep you company on lonely nights.

Writing Materials

You'll no longer be able to rely on a laptop for important notes.

1 - Fisher AG-7 Space Pen.  A practically indestructable pen that will write in the most extreme conditions.  (New in gift box)

2 - Fisher Pen Refills.

1 - Rite-in-the-rain waterproof 4" x 6" top-spiral bound notebook.

Knives

Requires no explaination.

1 - Spyderco Endura with a FFG blade and grey scales.  A good everyday pocket knife.  (New in box)

1 - Cold Steel Spartan.  The quintessential "That's not a knife, this is a knife!" pocket knife.  Perfect for fighting off bands of roving marauders.  Video Demonstration  (new in box)

1 - Byrd Duckfoot Knife Sharpener.  To keep your knives in good working order.  You'll also be able to barter a knife sharpening service to less prepared individuals in exchange for goods.

Tools

1 - American Red Crosss emergency flashlight/radio.  Charged by solar cell and/or hand crank.

1 - ByrdWrench pocket multi-tool.  For emergency equipment repairs.

1 - KaBar Hobo eating set.  Contains a knife, fork, and spoon.

80 feet paracord.
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August 20, 2011, 09:22:30 PM
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As dumb as it sounds, I've red it that the best way make a good survival kit is to make one against zombies. This way, you basically prepare for any disaster that could occur IRL, short-term (like earthquake and it's aftermath), or long-term (some disease destroying most of the population). So yeah, it's not that stupid as it sounds. (Although i don't think anyone will pay 50 BTC)
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August 21, 2011, 01:56:30 AM
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I love the idea, but I think you could do better...  I doubt you'd survive a week with those supplies.

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August 21, 2011, 02:18:03 AM
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+1 for the idea  Grin
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August 21, 2011, 02:47:24 AM
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1 oz emergency water pouch.

woot for a shot of water.

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August 21, 2011, 02:51:52 AM
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Heh.  You made me check.  It's actually 4.225 oz of water,
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August 21, 2011, 04:09:38 AM
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1 - Pocket sized copy of the Declaration of Independence and the Constitution of the United States.
If When the Zombie Apocalypse occurs, do you think anyone would give a fuck about this?

I'm 100% for the idea of needing a Zombie Survival Kit, though! Cheesy

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August 21, 2011, 04:50:15 AM
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1 oz emergency water pouch.

woot for a shot of water.
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August 21, 2011, 04:56:25 AM
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If that's your ZAS kit, I think that the bullet to the head plan is more practical.  I carry more than that in my briefcase.

EDIT:  For that matter, I wear a Leatherman Wave and a Fenix LD20 on my belt everwhere I go except to take a bath or to bed.  My wife used to insist that I leave them at home when we went to church; until 9/11.  I have never been to church without such tools since.  (I had a Gerber and another flashlight at the time, but have since upgraded my belt tools.)  My children have never seen me without them while I was awake.  Ever.

And as I write this, there is a 14" Kukuri knife on the top of my roll-top desk, two feet away; and a stocked pantry cabinet capable of feeding my entire family for at least 30 days (except water) four feet away.  Even my house is prepped (prior owner was a security nutcase, I even disabled some of the features because I agreed with my wife that they were over the top) and the enclosed staircase leading to the bedrooms has it's own security door with a dead bolt lock (and a different key) and the stairwell leads straight up to a landing with a blind corner.  Be them zombies or criminals, that stairwell could be a shooting bottleneck.

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August 21, 2011, 05:09:20 AM
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If that's your ZAS kit, I think that the bullet to the head plan is more practical.  I carry more than that in my briefcase.
The shotgun+axe are great! but this one is genuinely good.
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