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2014-01-16 03:28:26 PM

Carn: Farker Soze: Carn: Aidan: HotWingConspiracy: Sapper_Topo: I am a prepper and I freely admit it. Not to the extent of most of the people on this show who spend 10s of thousands of dollars. But yeah if Yellowstone blows its top in my lifetime I want to be able to get somewhere safe and survive for as long as I can.

I want to die as quickly as possible if that event occurs.

Hey, that's my plan too! Death Buddies! :P

My plan is to have enough beer on hand to keep me drunk for a good long time or at least up until the point where looters come and kill me for my beer.  I'm good for 6 months easy.

I know a guy who met a guy the other day that had a few pallets of beer in his barn.  I guess he gets it cheap, then him and his hands finish it off over the summer.

I'm ok with this.  I'm not there yet, but I did buy 6 cases of Yuengling the other day because it was $14 a case.  I already have many gallons of homebrew so if civilization goes to shiat I'm going out shiatfaced.


I've got to start my homebrewing again and fill my keg up.  Been at least a year.  I see they have wide mouth, screw on lid 6 gallon glass carboys now, I need a few of those.
 
2014-01-16 03:28:38 PM
My end-of-the-world strategy is pretty simple: 'shrooms.
 
2014-01-16 03:29:11 PM
It does take out a bunch of red states and most of Texas - So there is that.
 
2014-01-16 03:29:48 PM

pedobearapproved: *unless you're wearing your bathroom tile ceramic body armor 24/7


That's what I would do. I would just slather my naked body in roofing tar and cover myself in tile. Might even do a mosaic.
 
2014-01-16 03:29:54 PM

Farker Soze: keg


kegs
 
2014-01-16 03:30:02 PM
 

MFAWG: Farker Soze: mdeesnuts: This guy is an uber-tard, but I'm not sure 'convicted of communicating with a minor for immoral purposes' should rate 86ing his right to bear arms. Sure, it could've been a chatroom scenario like, "Oh ur 16 so wanna do anal", but my point stands that the list of what gets you on the sex offender registry needs some serious trimming.

/could just as likely be he sexted the 300lb Pizza Hut waitress without knowing she was 17

googled another article:

he's a level one sex offender who was convicted in 2009 of communicating with a minor for immoral purposes, when he inappropriately touched a drunken 14-year-old girl in an Auburn parking lot. He was also convicted of stealing a motorcycle in 2009. - See more at: http://www.thedailysheeple.com/doomsday-prepper-and-convicted-felon-t y ler-smith-jailed-for-illegal-firearms_012014#sthash.PCaQl08J.dpuf

So common clay of the New West?

Reminds me of the guys who were pulling logs out of navigable waterways without getting permits on that logging.show.


Ok.  Dumb question, probably...but wouldn't they WANT you to pull logs out of a navigable waterway?


So it'd be more...I dunno...navigable?
 
2014-01-16 03:32:54 PM

mdeesnuts: This guy is an uber-tard, but I'm not sure 'convicted of communicating with a minor for immoral purposes' should rate 86ing his right to bear arms. Sure, it could've been a chatroom scenario like, "Oh ur 16 so wanna do anal", but my point stands that the list of what gets you on the sex offender registry needs some serious trimming.

/could just as likely be he sexted the 300lb Pizza Hut waitress without knowing she was 17


Even better. You can lose your guns with a misdemeanor as long as they throw on a DV modifier. So you can get in trouble for arguing (DV Harassment) or even putting up your hands to stop a person from hitting you (DV assault 4 because your hands came into contact with hers) and lose your right to bear arms. Not all states screw you as badly but there is a conflict with the federal DV restriction and attaching it to misdemeanors. In many places you can have the felony set aside and have your rights restored, but you cannot with a misdemeanor because the law doesn't allow for it.

They can't take your guns by asking you nicely so they make ways to take them by force under the guise of law.
 
2014-01-16 03:34:43 PM

FrancoFile: ladodger34: The problem with most preppers is that they aren't preppers for rational reasons. My MIL is convinced the world economy is going to collapse by summer because of some crap she read online (latest reason is petrodollars or some other nonsense). Therefore, they have supplies stocked and gold for when things "go to hell".

Now, the stuff they have stockpiled is actually not bad seeing that we live in Southern CA. Plenty of food and water to sustain a family until things get back online after a big earthquake is a good thing.

People in areas that are prone to natural disasters or extreme weather should have supplies on hand.

But man, the reasons preppers come up with to prep for are off the wall.

It's a control fantasy.  IRL, they are at the mercy of their bosses, their wives, their HOAs, etc.  But by gum, if disaster X strikes, they get to call the shots.  It's a redneck version of Walter Mitty.


That, and they hate the guy in the White House right now because his evil policies will plunge us into the dark ages.

I've stopped talking about the prepping stuff with the family and have decided to be pragmatic about it. Like I said, the prepping supplies have the potential to be lifesaving if 'the big one' hits.

My wife OTOH isn't quite as nice about it with her mom. Her general attitude is that if things get as bad as her mom predicts, it doesn't matter how much gold, food, or water you have because everyone is screwed beyond belief.
 
2014-01-16 03:34:46 PM

Farker Soze: Carn: Farker Soze: Carn: Aidan: HotWingConspiracy: Sapper_Topo: I am a prepper and I freely admit it. Not to the extent of most of the people on this show who spend 10s of thousands of dollars. But yeah if Yellowstone blows its top in my lifetime I want to be able to get somewhere safe and survive for as long as I can.

I want to die as quickly as possible if that event occurs.

Hey, that's my plan too! Death Buddies! :P

My plan is to have enough beer on hand to keep me drunk for a good long time or at least up until the point where looters come and kill me for my beer.  I'm good for 6 months easy.

I know a guy who met a guy the other day that had a few pallets of beer in his barn.  I guess he gets it cheap, then him and his hands finish it off over the summer.

I'm ok with this.  I'm not there yet, but I did buy 6 cases of Yuengling the other day because it was $14 a case.  I already have many gallons of homebrew so if civilization goes to shiat I'm going out shiatfaced.

I've got to start my homebrewing again and fill my keg up.  Been at least a year.  I see they have wide mouth, screw on lid 6 gallon glass carboys now, I need a few of those.


I've been slacking too.  Got a bunch of batches ready to put in kegs or bottles and be enjoyed.  I just have to clean a ton of stuff.
 
2014-01-16 03:35:31 PM
Smith is a level one sex offender following his conviction in King county in 2009, but he has not registered with law enforcement since his move to Pierce county.

Maybe the line was too long

deadhomersociety.files.wordpress.com

Homer Simpson: [Pushes in front of a queue] I wanna register to run for sanitation commissioner. And tell the fat cats upstairs things are gonna change in this town.
Clerk: Okay, but this is where you register as a sex offender.
Moe: [Arriving at the back of the queue] Oh, jeez, there's always a line.
 
2014-01-16 03:37:10 PM

Farker Soze: Carn: Farker Soze: Carn: Aidan: HotWingConspiracy: Sapper_Topo: I am a prepper and I freely admit it. Not to the extent of most of the people on this show who spend 10s of thousands of dollars. But yeah if Yellowstone blows its top in my lifetime I want to be able to get somewhere safe and survive for as long as I can.

I want to die as quickly as possible if that event occurs.

Hey, that's my plan too! Death Buddies! :P

My plan is to have enough beer on hand to keep me drunk for a good long time or at least up until the point where looters come and kill me for my beer.  I'm good for 6 months easy.

I know a guy who met a guy the other day that had a few pallets of beer in his barn.  I guess he gets it cheap, then him and his hands finish it off over the summer.

I'm ok with this.  I'm not there yet, but I did buy 6 cases of Yuengling the other day because it was $14 a case.  I already have many gallons of homebrew so if civilization goes to shiat I'm going out shiatfaced.

I've got to start my homebrewing again and fill my keg up.  Been at least a year.  I see they have wide mouth, screw on lid 6 gallon glass carboys now, I need a few of those.


I'm not an experienced homebrewer (started last year) but the horror stories I've read about glass carboys keep me solidly in the bucket and or plastic carboy camp.
 
2014-01-16 03:40:28 PM

ladodger34: Farker Soze: Carn: Farker Soze: Carn: Aidan: HotWingConspiracy: Sapper_Topo: I am a prepper and I freely admit it. Not to the extent of most of the people on this show who spend 10s of thousands of dollars. But yeah if Yellowstone blows its top in my lifetime I want to be able to get somewhere safe and survive for as long as I can.

I want to die as quickly as possible if that event occurs.

Hey, that's my plan too! Death Buddies! :P

My plan is to have enough beer on hand to keep me drunk for a good long time or at least up until the point where looters come and kill me for my beer.  I'm good for 6 months easy.

I know a guy who met a guy the other day that had a few pallets of beer in his barn.  I guess he gets it cheap, then him and his hands finish it off over the summer.

I'm ok with this.  I'm not there yet, but I did buy 6 cases of Yuengling the other day because it was $14 a case.  I already have many gallons of homebrew so if civilization goes to shiat I'm going out shiatfaced.

I've got to start my homebrewing again and fill my keg up.  Been at least a year.  I see they have wide mouth, screw on lid 6 gallon glass carboys now, I need a few of those.

I'm not an experienced homebrewer (started last year) but the horror stories I've read about glass carboys keep me solidly in the bucket and or plastic carboy camp.


??
My buddy uses glass carboys, and I've been helping him brew for 3 years.  Never any problems.
 
2014-01-16 03:40:49 PM

PunGent:  MFAWG: Farker Soze: mdeesnuts: This guy is an uber-tard, but I'm not sure 'convicted of communicating with a minor for immoral purposes' should rate 86ing his right to bear arms. Sure, it could've been a chatroom scenario like, "Oh ur 16 so wanna do anal", but my point stands that the list of what gets you on the sex offender registry needs some serious trimming.

/could just as likely be he sexted the 300lb Pizza Hut waitress without knowing she was 17

googled another article:

he's a level one sex offender who was convicted in 2009 of communicating with a minor for immoral purposes, when he inappropriately touched a drunken 14-year-old girl in an Auburn parking lot. He was also convicted of stealing a motorcycle in 2009. - See more at: http://www.thedailysheeple.com/doomsday-prepper-and-convicted-felon-t y ler-smith-jailed-for-illegal-firearms_012014#sthash.PCaQl08J.dpuf

So common clay of the New West?

Reminds me of the guys who were pulling logs out of navigable waterways without getting permits on that logging.show.

Ok.  Dumb question, probably...but wouldn't they WANT you to pull logs out of a navigable waterway?


So it'd be more...I dunno...navigable?


Removing snags that have been there for decades can change the water flow and bottom structure for a considerable distance. You're supposed to get a permit so the state can go in and update charts.

Or the Man is keeping Real ' Merkans down.
 
2014-01-16 03:41:37 PM

ladodger34: Farker Soze: Carn: Farker Soze: Carn: Aidan: HotWingConspiracy: Sapper_Topo: I am a prepper and I freely admit it. Not to the extent of most of the people on this show who spend 10s of thousands of dollars. But yeah if Yellowstone blows its top in my lifetime I want to be able to get somewhere safe and survive for as long as I can.

I want to die as quickly as possible if that event occurs.

Hey, that's my plan too! Death Buddies! :P

My plan is to have enough beer on hand to keep me drunk for a good long time or at least up until the point where looters come and kill me for my beer.  I'm good for 6 months easy.

I know a guy who met a guy the other day that had a few pallets of beer in his barn.  I guess he gets it cheap, then him and his hands finish it off over the summer.

I'm ok with this.  I'm not there yet, but I did buy 6 cases of Yuengling the other day because it was $14 a case.  I already have many gallons of homebrew so if civilization goes to shiat I'm going out shiatfaced.

I've got to start my homebrewing again and fill my keg up.  Been at least a year.  I see they have wide mouth, screw on lid 6 gallon glass carboys now, I need a few of those.

I'm not an experienced homebrewer (started last year) but the horror stories I've read about glass carboys keep me solidly in the bucket and or plastic carboy camp.


I have a couple glass and couple plastic.  The plastic are easier to handle when full but I hate that you pretty much can't carry them without air coming in through the airlock.  IMO the glass ones are easier to clean and my 6.5 is awesome for primary fermentation cuz you can see the yeasties going gangbusters.  Obviously you gotta be careful.  I use the sort of net wraps that have handles to make carrying without breaking less scary.
 
2014-01-16 03:43:23 PM

abhorrent1: So don't do anything? Seriously, nothing wrong with stockpiling a little food and water just in case. I bet the people in WV wish they had now.



Plenty of us have.

3 times in the past few years we have been out of power and/or water for a week at a time now.  First the Derecho Storm, then the October snowstorm year before last (don't remember the name of that one) and now this spill.  I've learned to not be caught with my pants down.

It is funny to watch everybody else freak out...especially when it's just power.  I just break out the camp gear and keep on living...
 
2014-01-16 03:43:51 PM
 
2014-01-16 03:43:51 PM

jso2897: Rapmaster2000: Stone Meadow:
Which is why my wife and I are looking at moving to Costa Rica. We have the required income; we both speak Spanish and are comfortable in Latin American culture. Five acres for fruit, veggies and chickens and we'd be set when Super Jellystone lets go, killing half of the North American population.

[3.bp.blogspot.com image 850x625] I'm not sure you've thought your cunning plan all the way through.

Especially the part about how there will be no more America, and he won't be an American with dollars anymore.
He'll be on the menu.


A buddy of mine went to Costa Rica one time to fish for marlin.  He said they had some good cocaine.
 
2014-01-16 03:45:23 PM

Stone Meadow: CheatCommando: Stone Meadow: Good point...the San Andreas would let go massively, as would the equally dangerous Hayward fault...and then to top it off the Cascadia Subduction Zone would let go, killing off most of the survivors. I'll prolly be dead by then, but it's fun to talk about.

Really? Which previous Yellowstone eruption caused those features to behave in that fashion?

IDK, personally, but I concede that something as powerful as Yellowstone letting go may well act as a trigger to nearby faults.


It might, but it hasn't previously. In particular, I don't think has enough oomph, even as big as it is, to have anything but a minor effect on the subduction zone.
 
2014-01-16 03:46:10 PM

ladodger34: Farker Soze: Carn: Farker Soze: Carn: Aidan: HotWingConspiracy: Sapper_Topo: I am a prepper and I freely admit it. Not to the extent of most of the people on this show who spend 10s of thousands of dollars. But yeah if Yellowstone blows its top in my lifetime I want to be able to get somewhere safe and survive for as long as I can.

I want to die as quickly as possible if that event occurs.

Hey, that's my plan too! Death Buddies! :P

My plan is to have enough beer on hand to keep me drunk for a good long time or at least up until the point where looters come and kill me for my beer.  I'm good for 6 months easy.

I know a guy who met a guy the other day that had a few pallets of beer in his barn.  I guess he gets it cheap, then him and his hands finish it off over the summer.

I'm ok with this.  I'm not there yet, but I did buy 6 cases of Yuengling the other day because it was $14 a case.  I already have many gallons of homebrew so if civilization goes to shiat I'm going out shiatfaced.

I've got to start my homebrewing again and fill my keg up.  Been at least a year.  I see they have wide mouth, screw on lid 6 gallon glass carboys now, I need a few of those.

I'm not an experienced homebrewer (started last year) but the horror stories I've read about glass carboys keep me solidly in the bucket and or plastic carboy camp.


I keep and carry mine in milk crates.  I've broken one before, whacked it on porcelain while swirling and dumping PBW solution into the toilet.  Stupid of me.  I try to set it up so I don't have to move them if they have any substantial amount of liquid in them.
 
2014-01-16 03:46:15 PM
Coming to theaters this summer...

'Yellowstone'

/Put this guy under the jail
 
2014-01-16 03:46:43 PM
We started watching this show after we were drinking on Christmas day, and it was farking hilarious. We saw the episode with this guy, and he also has a 'plan' to perform surgery on his pregnant girlfriend, and also he said he was a 'raider', and his plan was to raid other people and take their stuff with his home-made bath tile body armor. When they were testing it, we were really hoping he'd end up in the emergency room, but sadly that didn't happen.
 
2014-01-16 03:48:26 PM

Beeblebrox: Eardrum dude:  http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=htPpNQpekJk


Way to be prepped.  Call 911.
 
2014-01-16 03:48:50 PM

FrancoFile: ladodger34: Farker Soze: Carn: Farker Soze: Carn: Aidan: HotWingConspiracy: Sapper_Topo: I am a prepper and I freely admit it. Not to the extent of most of the people on this show who spend 10s of thousands of dollars. But yeah if Yellowstone blows its top in my lifetime I want to be able to get somewhere safe and survive for as long as I can.

I want to die as quickly as possible if that event occurs.

Hey, that's my plan too! Death Buddies! :P

My plan is to have enough beer on hand to keep me drunk for a good long time or at least up until the point where looters come and kill me for my beer.  I'm good for 6 months easy.

I know a guy who met a guy the other day that had a few pallets of beer in his barn.  I guess he gets it cheap, then him and his hands finish it off over the summer.

I'm ok with this.  I'm not there yet, but I did buy 6 cases of Yuengling the other day because it was $14 a case.  I already have many gallons of homebrew so if civilization goes to shiat I'm going out shiatfaced.

I've got to start my homebrewing again and fill my keg up.  Been at least a year.  I see they have wide mouth, screw on lid 6 gallon glass carboys now, I need a few of those.

I'm not an experienced homebrewer (started last year) but the horror stories I've read about glass carboys keep me solidly in the bucket and or plastic carboy camp.

??
My buddy uses glass carboys, and I've been helping him brew for 3 years.  Never any problems.


A few guys on homebrewtalk have dropped glass carboys and have had some pretty serious injuries (torn up tendons/ligaments, lots of stitches, etc.)

I'm a clumsy guy as it is.
 
2014-01-16 03:50:45 PM

sammyk: Sapper_Topo: I am a prepper and I freely admit it. Not to the extent of most of the people on this show who spend 10s of thousands of dollars. But yeah if Yellowstone blows its top in my lifetime I want to be able to get somewhere safe and survive for as long as I can.

You are in MT. Good luck getting anywhere in the 20 feet of ash. That is if you survive all the poisonous gas it will put out. A Yellowstone volcano eruption just might be an extinction event and you got a front row seat son. You're dead!

The caldera is rising at 3 inches a year! Yippee!
http://www.activistpost.com/2013/10/yellowstone-supervolcano-alert-m os t.html

I went there last summer. One side of the lake is flooded and the other has a lot of exposed lake bed because it is actually tipping the lake to one side.


Interesting, if somewhat "oh noes, sky falling"-influenced read. Although the author doesn't do himself any favors with this claim to the mantle of Captain Obvious: "The next eruption of Yellowstone seems to be getting closer with each passing year". No shiat, Sherlock... Ok, didn't happen this year, we're now a year closer to it eventually happening.
 
2014-01-16 03:52:45 PM

MaudlinMutantMollusk: Looks like a perfectly normal, rational, well-adjusted individual to me
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sexy moobs
 
2014-01-16 03:54:31 PM

pedobearapproved: I always see two problems with these preppers. First they lay out these super detailed plans that allow very little flexibility in whatever they feel is their Doomsday scenario. If Yellowstone erupts your whole "shelter in place" ideas are going to be out the window. If you feel an EMP attack might happen and it's really a massive wildfire, the preppers on that show have almost zero ability to deal with it.

Second the ones that collect all the guns and brag about their super high tech security often lack even the most basic perimeter security. If someone REALLY wants your stuff, staying in one location isn't going to help you. A couple of people with high powered rifles and decent scopes in the woods when you aren't expecting it and none of your other preps will matter*.

*unless you're wearing your bathroom tile ceramic body armor 24/7


The thing to do is buy an old missile silo from the US military.  There are a few of them in private hands and they are awesome.  The one I've seen seems just about as safe as you could possibly get and a lot of them are located in bumfark, nowhere so they've got that going for them.   If Iran were to nuke us 20 years from now I don't think they'll be striking farking Nebraska.  You don't have to worry too much about hurricanes and earthquakes there either.  Maybe a little tornado, but a missile silo is a perfect defense for a tornado.

If you were a real militia type you could even hire mercenaries to defend the perimeter as they died from biological warfare as you made sandwiches and pretended to launch missiles from your retired missile silo.
 
2014-01-16 03:54:39 PM

CheatCommando: Stone Meadow: CheatCommando: Stone Meadow: Good point...the San Andreas would let go massively, as would the equally dangerous Hayward fault...and then to top it off the Cascadia Subduction Zone would let go, killing off most of the survivors. I'll prolly be dead by then, but it's fun to talk about.

Really? Which previous Yellowstone eruption caused those features to behave in that fashion?

IDK, personally, but I concede that something as powerful as Yellowstone letting go may well act as a trigger to nearby faults.

It might, but it hasn't previously. In particular, I don't think has enough oomph, even as big as it is, to have anything but a minor effect on the subduction zone.


You could well be correct, as I was just riding the apocalypse meme. In any case, when Yellowstone lets go we humans are going to get the ass-kicking from hell,so I sure hope we've wandered outbound from Ole Sol by then. ;)
 
2014-01-16 03:57:11 PM

ladodger34: FrancoFile: ladodger34: Farker Soze: Carn: Farker Soze: Carn: Aidan: HotWingConspiracy: Sapper_Topo: I am a prepper and I freely admit it. Not to the extent of most of the people on this show who spend 10s of thousands of dollars. But yeah if Yellowstone blows its top in my lifetime I want to be able to get somewhere safe and survive for as long as I can.

I want to die as quickly as possible if that event occurs.

Hey, that's my plan too! Death Buddies! :P

My plan is to have enough beer on hand to keep me drunk for a good long time or at least up until the point where looters come and kill me for my beer.  I'm good for 6 months easy.

I know a guy who met a guy the other day that had a few pallets of beer in his barn.  I guess he gets it cheap, then him and his hands finish it off over the summer.

I'm ok with this.  I'm not there yet, but I did buy 6 cases of Yuengling the other day because it was $14 a case.  I already have many gallons of homebrew so if civilization goes to shiat I'm going out shiatfaced.

I've got to start my homebrewing again and fill my keg up.  Been at least a year.  I see they have wide mouth, screw on lid 6 gallon glass carboys now, I need a few of those.

I'm not an experienced homebrewer (started last year) but the horror stories I've read about glass carboys keep me solidly in the bucket and or plastic carboy camp.

??
My buddy uses glass carboys, and I've been helping him brew for 3 years.  Never any problems.

A few guys on homebrewtalk have dropped glass carboys and have had some pretty serious injuries (torn up tendons/ligaments, lots of stitches, etc.)

I'm a clumsy guy as it is.


Don't drink when you brew.  Put down a rubber mat in the garage.  Keep the outside of the carboys clean and dry.  Use a handle.
 
2014-01-16 03:57:27 PM

Farce-Side: jso2897: Rapmaster2000: Stone Meadow:
Which is why my wife and I are looking at moving to Costa Rica. We have the required income; we both speak Spanish and are comfortable in Latin American culture. Five acres for fruit, veggies and chickens and we'd be set when Super Jellystone lets go, killing half of the North American population.

[3.bp.blogspot.com image 850x625] I'm not sure you've thought your cunning plan all the way through.

Especially the part about how there will be no more America, and he won't be an American with dollars anymore.
He'll be on the menu.

A buddy of mine went to Costa Rica one time to fish for marlin.  He said they had some good cocaine.


and hookers
 
2014-01-16 04:00:04 PM

FrancoFile: ladodger34: FrancoFile: ladodger34: Farker Soze: Carn: Farker Soze: Carn: Aidan: HotWingConspiracy: Sapper_Topo: I am a prepper and I freely admit it. Not to the extent of most of the people on this show who spend 10s of thousands of dollars. But yeah if Yellowstone blows its top in my lifetime I want to be able to get somewhere safe and survive for as long as I can.

I want to die as quickly as possible if that event occurs.

Hey, that's my plan too! Death Buddies! :P

My plan is to have enough beer on hand to keep me drunk for a good long time or at least up until the point where looters come and kill me for my beer.  I'm good for 6 months easy.

I know a guy who met a guy the other day that had a few pallets of beer in his barn.  I guess he gets it cheap, then him and his hands finish it off over the summer.

I'm ok with this.  I'm not there yet, but I did buy 6 cases of Yuengling the other day because it was $14 a case.  I already have many gallons of homebrew so if civilization goes to shiat I'm going out shiatfaced.

I've got to start my homebrewing again and fill my keg up.  Been at least a year.  I see they have wide mouth, screw on lid 6 gallon glass carboys now, I need a few of those.

I'm not an experienced homebrewer (started last year) but the horror stories I've read about glass carboys keep me solidly in the bucket and or plastic carboy camp.

??
My buddy uses glass carboys, and I've been helping him brew for 3 years.  Never any problems.

A few guys on homebrewtalk have dropped glass carboys and have had some pretty serious injuries (torn up tendons/ligaments, lots of stitches, etc.)

I'm a clumsy guy as it is.

Don't drink when you brew.  Put down a rubber mat in the garage.  Keep the outside of the carboys clean and dry.  Use a handle.


I'd probably drop or break it in non-brewing related accident. At this moment, plastic is my friend :)
 
2014-01-16 04:04:44 PM

Rawr882: We started watching this show after we were drinking on Christmas day, and it was farking hilarious. We saw the episode with this guy, and he also has a 'plan' to perform surgery on his pregnant girlfriend, and also he said he was a 'raider', and his plan was to raid other people and take their stuff with his home-made bath tile body armor. When they were testing it, we were really hoping he'd end up in the emergency room, but sadly that didn't happen.


The first time I saw this show I asked what it was. "Paranoid Teabaggers" was the response I got.
 
2014-01-16 04:14:08 PM

hobnail: Slaxl: and a bunker of some type.

I refer to the place where I store my extra whiskey as "the bunker."

/It's actually spread out over a couple different areas.


What's 'extra' whiskey? There's whiskey and empty whisky bottles...but that's about it.
 
2014-01-16 04:15:35 PM

nyseattitude: Rawr882: We started watching this show after we were drinking on Christmas day, and it was farking hilarious. We saw the episode with this guy, and he also has a 'plan' to perform surgery on his pregnant girlfriend, and also he said he was a 'raider', and his plan was to raid other people and take their stuff with his home-made bath tile body armor. When they were testing it, we were really hoping he'd end up in the emergency room, but sadly that didn't happen.

The first time I saw this show I asked what it was. "Paranoid Teabaggers" was the response I got.


I wonder if these preppers were prepping as much in '07/'08 when we really were on the verge of an economic collapse?

My spidey sense tells me no...
 
2014-01-16 04:27:52 PM

Badgerlad: sammyk: Sapper_Topo: I am a prepper and I freely admit it. Not to the extent of most of the people on this show who spend 10s of thousands of dollars. But yeah if Yellowstone blows its top in my lifetime I want to be able to get somewhere safe and survive for as long as I can.

You are in MT. Good luck getting anywhere in the 20 feet of ash. That is if you survive all the poisonous gas it will put out. A Yellowstone volcano eruption just might be an extinction event and you got a front row seat son. You're dead!

The caldera is rising at 3 inches a year! Yippee!
http://www.activistpost.com/2013/10/yellowstone-supervolcano-alert-m os t.html

I went there last summer. One side of the lake is flooded and the other has a lot of exposed lake bed because it is actually tipping the lake to one side.

Interesting, if somewhat "oh noes, sky falling"-influenced read. Although the author doesn't do himself any favors with this claim to the mantle of Captain Obvious: "The next eruption of Yellowstone seems to be getting closer with each passing year". No shiat, Sherlock... Ok, didn't happen this year, we're now a year closer to it eventually happening.


I am not a volcano expert but everything I have read about the Yellowstone volcano says that it has the potential to kill everything for a 1000 miles. Even the straight up scientific stuff without all the fear mongering is horrifying to think about.

From wikipedia
The last full-scale eruption of the Yellowstone Supervolcano, the   eruption which happened nearly 640,000 years ago, ejected approximately 240 cubic miles (1,000 km3) of rock, dust and into the sky.

Cubic miles dude, cubic farking miles
 
2014-01-16 04:28:08 PM

Stone Meadow: Was a bit amazed to see SF is not in the path of the several previous Yellowstone mega-eruptions...

~[www.earthmountainview.com image 580x377]


So the Yellowstone caldera eruption would just destroy the Great Plains? What's the big deal, then? Less corn syrup in the food, and bacon prices go up, but otherwise who would really notice?
 
2014-01-16 04:35:46 PM
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1y8B-J3CWzw

This is this guy's episode of Doomsday Preppers. This shiat is disturbing. This idiot sounds like a 12 year old playing war. This idiot is practicing doing an emergency c section on his wife, saying he has read a lot of books. I wish i could say it was funny, it wasn't, just messed up. I think dude is slightly retarded.
 
2014-01-16 04:41:56 PM

mbillips: So the Yellowstone caldera eruption would just destroy the Great Plains? What's the big deal, then? Less corn syrup in the food, and bacon prices go up, but otherwise who would really notice?


Yep, the breadbasket of the world disappearing overnight would go unnoticed.
 
2014-01-16 04:42:44 PM

dallylamma: hobnail: Slaxl: and a bunker of some type.

I refer to the place where I store my extra whiskey as "the bunker."

/It's actually spread out over a couple different areas.

What's 'extra' whiskey? There's whiskey and empty whisky bottles...but that's about it.


Extra whiskey, as I said, is a hedge against price increase and or discontinuation (or, drop in quality).

Examples:
Wow, this Knob Creek Single Barrel is really good, and it's on sale.  I should pick up a couple of cases for the bunker.

--or--

Wow, this Wild Turkey 1855 Reserve [that hasn't been available for 15 years] is really good.  Thank FSM I have another half a case in the bunker.

--or--

Wow, this Wild Turkey 101 I just bought isn't very good.  I wish I would have bunkered a case a few years ago.
 
2014-01-16 04:44:01 PM

mbillips: Stone Meadow: Was a bit amazed to see SF is not in the path of the several previous Yellowstone mega-eruptions...

So the Yellowstone caldera eruption would just destroy the Great Plains? What's the big deal, then? Less corn syrup in the food, and bacon prices go up, but otherwise who would really notice?


I'm trying to see the holes in your logic, but I'm failing completely. ;)
 
2014-01-16 04:45:08 PM

Cheron: Prophet of Loss: I don't get preppers. Unless you have the numbers, whatever you stockpile will go to some group that does.

A family of five ain't gonna have a chance in hell against am armed gang of thirty people.

I bought an unused church and I'm in the process of establishing myself as the head of a charismatic cult.  Not only will I have numbers but I will have devoted followers who can only achieve salvation through me.



Do you have an End Time in mind?  A really good cult needs an End Time if it's gonna have any cult street cred.
 
2014-01-16 04:53:26 PM

hobnail: dallylamma: hobnail: Slaxl: and a bunker of some type.

I refer to the place where I store my extra whiskey as "the bunker."

/It's actually spread out over a couple different areas.

What's 'extra' whiskey? There's whiskey and empty whisky bottles...but that's about it.

Extra whiskey, as I said, is a hedge against price increase and or discontinuation (or, drop in quality).

Examples:
Wow, this Knob Creek Single Barrel is really good, and it's on sale.  I should pick up a couple of cases for the bunker.

--or--

Wow, this Wild Turkey 1855 Reserve [that hasn't been available for 15 years] is really good.  Thank FSM I have another half a case in the bunker.

--or--

Wow, this Wild Turkey 101 I just bought isn't very good.  I wish I would have bunkered a case a few years ago.


I'm just having a hard time with the concept of not drinking all the whiskey...
 
2014-01-16 04:53:45 PM

FrancoFile: Don't drink when you brew


heh. i had a friend who tried to get into homebrewing. he'd start drinking right before he'd start brewing. shockingly, none of his attempts ever came out correctly. never seemed to put it together
 
2014-01-16 05:01:49 PM

durbnpoisn: If Yellowstone blows up like it has in the past, all you'd be doing is choosing a slow death over a quick one. The Earth's ability to support life would be universally diminished. The biosphere of the entire planet would basically not be what it is right now. No plausable relocation efforts will do anything to help.

Sorry... But there you have it.


No. Large super volcano eruptions have taken place as recently as 75,000 years ago, and Yellowstone as recently as 640,000 years ago, with at least two other eruptions prior (source). None of the documented eruptions of Yellowstone or any other known super volcano have been associated with any mass extinction events. Even the Siberian Traps eruptions, which lasted over a million years and make Yellowstone look like a pimple, didn't manage to wipe out all life (although they did cause the Permian-Triassic mass extinction).

Sure a super volcano would be a global-wide catastrophe with weather patterns disrupted for years, but it would neither be the end of life nor human civilization.
 
2014-01-16 05:09:33 PM

ongbok: practicing doing an emergency c section on his wife


Oh, THAT guy!
 
2014-01-16 05:20:08 PM
Preppers.  LOL.

I know a place, multiple generators, 400 million gallons of fuel, already a hardened facility including IR cameras and a command center with remote control of just about everything.

It's 20 miles from the nearest town on a dirt road, and nearest town is 2000 people.

It would be trivial to put up gunnery positions and dig in traps and obstructions.

There is already a large stockpile of food, water and water filtering facilities attached to the groundwater well.

It also has a fleet of heavy equipment, backhoes, shovel loaders and various trucks that all run on CNG.  The aforementioned fuel stockpile.

As well, it has a brush plane and landing strip.

/nope, not saying where.
//it's good to know people.
///not a military or government facility.
 
2014-01-16 05:26:50 PM

FrancoFile: ladodger34: FrancoFile: ladodger34: Farker Soze: Carn: Farker Soze: Carn: Aidan: HotWingConspiracy: Sapper_Topo: I am a prepper and I freely admit it. Not to the extent of most of the people on this show who spend 10s of thousands of dollars. But yeah if Yellowstone blows its top in my lifetime I want to be able to get somewhere safe and survive for as long as I can.

I want to die as quickly as possible if that event occurs.

Hey, that's my plan too! Death Buddies! :P

My plan is to have enough beer on hand to keep me drunk for a good long time or at least up until the point where looters come and kill me for my beer.  I'm good for 6 months easy.

I know a guy who met a guy the other day that had a few pallets of beer in his barn.  I guess he gets it cheap, then him and his hands finish it off over the summer.

I'm ok with this.  I'm not there yet, but I did buy 6 cases of Yuengling the other day because it was $14 a case.  I already have many gallons of homebrew so if civilization goes to shiat I'm going out shiatfaced.

I've got to start my homebrewing again and fill my keg up.  Been at least a year.  I see they have wide mouth, screw on lid 6 gallon glass carboys now, I need a few of those.

I'm not an experienced homebrewer (started last year) but the horror stories I've read about glass carboys keep me solidly in the bucket and or plastic carboy camp.

??
My buddy uses glass carboys, and I've been helping him brew for 3 years.  Never any problems.

A few guys on homebrewtalk have dropped glass carboys and have had some pretty serious injuries (torn up tendons/ligaments, lots of stitches, etc.)

I'm a clumsy guy as it is.

Don't drink when you brew.  Put down a rubber mat in the garage.  Keep the outside of the carboys clean and dry.  Use a handle.



The first rule of homebrewing is that you must drinking copious amount of beer while brewing.
 
2014-01-16 05:28:24 PM

Raoul Eaton: Cheron: Prophet of Loss: I don't get preppers. Unless you have the numbers, whatever you stockpile will go to some group that does.

A family of five ain't gonna have a chance in hell against am armed gang of thirty people.

I bought an unused church and I'm in the process of establishing myself as the head of a charismatic cult.  Not only will I have numbers but I will have devoted followers who can only achieve salvation through me.


Do you have an End Time in mind?  A really good cult needs an End Time if it's gonna have any cult street cred.


If you're doing it as your prepper goal, I'd stray away from actually specifying a date.  "Oh, the apocalypse isn't until 5 years from now?  Well, we can do this this and that later."  No, a good prepper cult must be ever vigilant.

Also saves you from having to come up with an excuse as to why it didn't happen, if you live long enough to reach the date.
 
2014-01-16 05:29:15 PM

MythDragon: Smith is a level one sex offender following his conviction in King county in 2009, but he has not registered with law enforcement since his move to Pierce county.

Maybe the line was too long

[deadhomersociety.files.wordpress.com image 512x384]

Homer Simpson: [Pushes in front of a queue] I wanna register to run for sanitation commissioner. And tell the fat cats upstairs things are gonna change in this town.
Clerk: Okay, but this is where you register as a sex offender.
Moe: [Arriving at the back of the queue] Oh, jeez, there's always a line.


Came here just for the Moe reference.
 
2014-01-16 05:30:02 PM

Kahabut: Preppers.  LOL.

I know a place, multiple generators, 400 million gallons of fuel, already a hardened facility including IR cameras and a command center with remote control of just about everything.

It's 20 miles from the nearest town on a dirt road, and nearest town is 2000 people.

It would be trivial to put up gunnery positions and dig in traps and obstructions.

There is already a large stockpile of food, water and water filtering facilities attached to the groundwater well.

It also has a fleet of heavy equipment, backhoes, shovel loaders and various trucks that all run on CNG.  The aforementioned fuel stockpile.

As well, it has a brush plane and landing strip.

/nope, not saying where.
//it's good to know people.
///not a military or government facility.


So have you stocked up enough guns to fight off all the other people who know about it and live a few miles closer than you?
 
2014-01-16 05:31:48 PM
We're not preppers in the sense those crazies are, but we do keep food, water, first aid stuff, guns & ammo around. Still need a generator (tho we do have a couple of large batteries & solar panels) & we'd like to bury a large water tank on our 2.5 acres.

Good thing about our semi-rural are is we know all the neighbors. Don't like all of them, but we know them.

If the SHTF, we all know which ones to take out first ;)
 
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