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Re: yall ever watch

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Bob Huntress

12-04-2012 20:00:16

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Like I said, I haven't seen many episodes, yet, I haven't seen the one where anyone was preparing for a Zombie Apocolyps. There appear to be two groups of preppers. The first is out there, like you suggest, while the second group is merely preparing for disasters that could happen, even if the extent of such would not likely be as long lasting. In most of the situations that the second group, the ones who appear to be planning for a problem that could actually happen, the problem they predict in every single case is that the problem is prolonged due to a break down of civil order. I could see that happening. It did in New Orleans after Katrina, yet, unless a disaster is nationwide or global, I can't imagine how any foreseeable disaster would take the rest of earth's day's to recover. Those on this show are not prepping for a time span of 6months to two years of affected duration. They are preparing for events to which there is no recovery. Some of these could happen. A global colapse of the economy could result in effects lasting years, yet, a terrorist strike on Houston, being currently shown with a dirty bomb would have a good amount of recovery with reasonable amounts of time. The question is how long they expect a given disaster to preclude their current activities.

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12-04-2012 20:09:59

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 Re: yall ever watch in reply to Bob Huntress, 12-04-2012 20:00:16  
Bob, not according to Eric. You just gotta be ready to knock off the zombies....

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