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Re: Survival Guide.
« Reply #40 on: March 15, 2010, 02:11:41 pm »
im gonna stick to my trusted SAS guide it helped me survive 2 weeks living rough so i know it works XD

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Re: Survival Guide.
« Reply #41 on: March 15, 2010, 07:25:40 pm »
The SAS guide is good, for survival alone. If you want to live comfortably this guide tells you how to build permanent shelter, goes into more detail about makin' meat, and making traps ect. for permanent residence in the wilderness.
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Re: Survival Guide.
« Reply #42 on: March 15, 2010, 09:14:05 pm »
The SAS has lots of stuff of how to make your life in the wilderness better
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Re: Survival Guide.
« Reply #43 on: March 15, 2010, 09:55:10 pm »
You know what? f***in' whatever, I'm just trying to help and no one understands what I'm saying but if you don't want to look at it then don't bother I don't f***ing care anymore. Read it or don't it's whatever, but this guide i have suggested is not only tried and true it is a first hand account of people who live like we want to, live not survive, how many times do i have to emphasize this? And i would rather have first hand accounts than a list of bland and impersonal facts. I have read the SAS survival guide, sure you might want to read it, but this is IMO a "must read" for us.


Oh, and an after thought, the SAS guide tells you how to do things with modernish equipment and doesn't cover a wide range of tool creation like this book. There is a chapter for bow creation and chapters for building tools and different kinds of blades, blah blah blah ect ect ect. Sorry for my explosion. :-\
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Re: Survival Guide.
« Reply #44 on: March 16, 2010, 03:54:22 am »
mawey, mawey ma tsmukan, tam tam.

i was trying not to start an arguement by saying what i said, i never said wether your or my guides were better i said that personally im going to stick to the SAS becuase it kept me alive over 2 weeks.

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You know what?
quite allot actually, im not going into my personal history becuase its too long and complicated but lets just say even though i am only 17 iv gone through some stuff some people will never even consider.

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I'm just trying to help and no one understands what I'm saying but if you don't want to look at it then don't bother I don't f***ing care anymore. Read it or don't it's whatever, but this guide i have suggested is not only tried and true it is a first hand account of people who live like we want to, live not survive, how many times do i have to emphasize this?
No-one has said otherwise that your not trying to help, dont let emotions rule your head -itll end badly. And in this book are these people living i mean right now, this instant, living in a rainforest or any forest?

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Oh, and an after thought, the SAS guide tells you how to do things with modernish equipment and doesn't cover a wide range of tool creation like this book. There is a chapter for bow creation and chapters for building tools and different kinds of blades
for the second half of that it sounds interesting, i would like to make my own blade although bows for me are already and ongoing thing (gotta wait till October for my damn staves to season though :()

im not trying to cause an argument (although i probably just have) Im just saying for me personally im going to stick with a tried and trusted book





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Re: Survival Guide.
« Reply #45 on: March 16, 2010, 10:18:04 am »
WOW every body just calm down this is a good idea that we have here but yes the SAS is also good shall we move on
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Re: Survival Guide.
« Reply #46 on: March 16, 2010, 11:02:18 am »
You weren't instigating Twonyu i was talking to txon taronyu, though thank you for calming a situation. And "you know what?" is just an expression, it doesn't literally mean "what do you know?".
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Re: Survival Guide.
« Reply #47 on: March 16, 2010, 11:59:26 am »
You weren't instigating Twonyu i was talking to txon taronyu, though thank you for calming a situation. And "you know what?" is just an expression, it doesn't literally mean "what do you know?".

sorry if someone says something like that i take it literally, it somethign i do all the time and should really stop





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