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    Wow!

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    These are guys who command automatic respect.

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    Awesomeness!!!!!

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    Originally posted by Oracle View Post
    ^ Yeah. But Swedes are getting prepared. There are many people who are preparing for judgement day. We call them preppers. Judgement day can be a collapse of the financial system, in which case money in banks will be useless. A zombie attack (people think this is a possibility too). Alien invasion. Or plain old war, which is WWIII. Hedge-fund managers, IT millionaires & billionaires, investment bankers have their own group where-in they discuss these possibilities. Most of them have also invested in real-estate in New Zealand, apart from buying Soviet era missiles bunkers which have been converted to luxury flats deep inside the surface of the earth. New Zealand, coz' it's a small island, has a stable government, developed and a fair bit of other reasons.

    Imagine this, I'm in my flat in Bangalore and shit happens. I die. I can't escape from the city quick enough to make an escape. City roads are choked with vehicles. So preppers advice on keeping a good bike to get out of the city. What if we survive the initial burst of whatever happened, what do we eat in order to make it? Canned food, stock it, along with weapons, oil, dry foods like rice, lentils etc. What would be the currency in a post apocalyptic world? Gold, and booze. Yes, booze too. Booze won't get us a lot of food, but it will get us something.
    You should make a thread on this, lot of good people here with ideas.

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  • Oracle
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    ^ Yeah. But Swedes are getting prepared. There are many people who are preparing for judgement day. We call them preppers. Judgement day can be a collapse of the financial system, in which case money in banks will be useless. A zombie attack (people think this is a possibility too). Alien invasion. Or plain old war, which is WWIII. Hedge-fund managers, IT millionaires & billionaires, investment bankers have their own group where-in they discuss these possibilities. Most of them have also invested in real-estate in New Zealand, apart from buying Soviet era missiles bunkers which have been converted to luxury flats deep inside the surface of the earth. New Zealand, coz' it's a small island, has a stable government, developed and a fair bit of other reasons.

    Imagine this, I'm in my flat in Bangalore and shit happens. I die. I can't escape from the city quick enough to make an escape. City roads are choked with vehicles. So preppers advice on keeping a good bike to get out of the city. What if we survive the initial burst of whatever happened, what do we eat in order to make it? Canned food, stock it, along with weapons, oil, dry foods like rice, lentils etc. What would be the currency in a post apocalyptic world? Gold, and booze. Yes, booze too. Booze won't get us a lot of food, but it will get us something.

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  • Double Edge
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    Originally posted by Oracle View Post
    Pretty scary booklet

    If crisis or war comes.pdf

    Sweden reduced its army from 700,000 at its height to 50,000 now. That is one hell of a cut.
    Last edited by Double Edge; 19 Jun 19,, 01:20.

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    Nice. Way to go India.

    How do Americans even fall for this shit. I get scam calls every week. If it's a dude, I blast him. If it's a girl, I talk sexual nonsense. Either way, I make sure no one calls me twice.

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    Amazing, isn't it?

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    I see a lot of travel, culture, food videos, but I rarely come across someone who's so young and very passionate about travel. This cool dude saved money to buy a 'Bullet' and take it back to the UK (?), so he goes to a lot of Royal Enfield showrooms in Delhi to buy one, but for this or the other reason he just can't seem to buy one. Finally he has bought one (the video I'm yet to see).

    Why do westerners call tea 'chai tea'? Guys, 'tea' in hindi means 'chai'. There nothing called 'chai tea'. It's like saying 'tea tea'.

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