What book or thing would you grab? One last chance

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PostSun Jun 23, 2013 11:43 pm » by Toxic32


What book or thing would you take with you if you had one last chance to make that decision before you hid your self away against a nuclear attack?
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PostSun Jun 23, 2013 11:47 pm » by Seth


Anything by Wilbur smith. "monsoon" was a great read.
Also a big fan of Mathew Riley.
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PostSun Jun 23, 2013 11:57 pm » by Fatdogmendoza


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PostSun Jun 23, 2013 11:58 pm » by Fatdogmendoza


Seth wrote:Anything by Wilbur smith. "monsoon" was a great read.
Also a big fan of Mathew Riley.

Seven ancient wonders is a good book :flop:
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PostMon Jun 24, 2013 12:00 am » by Seth


Fatdogmendoza wrote:
Seth wrote:Anything by Wilbur smith. "monsoon" was a great read.
Also a big fan of Mathew Riley.

Seven ancient wonders is a good book :flop:

hell yeah it is. he wrote a short story about ape solders that was just non stop action. not sure what its called though.
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PostMon Jun 24, 2013 12:03 am » by Fatdogmendoza


Seth wrote:
Fatdogmendoza wrote:
Seth wrote:Anything by Wilbur smith. "monsoon" was a great read.
Also a big fan of Mathew Riley.

Seven ancient wonders is a good book :flop:

hell yeah it is. he wrote a short story about ape solders that was just non stop action. not sure what its called though.


Hell Island... :flop:
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PostMon Jun 24, 2013 12:06 am » by Seth


Thats the one!
Thanks man, that would of drove me nuts all day.
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PostMon Jun 24, 2013 12:12 am » by Toxic32


Ok a little superficial but so what. Let us just assume that you have a choice of knowledge that you could pass on to the survivors of a nuclear attack. What would you not pass on to the children of survivors.
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PostMon Jun 24, 2013 12:29 am » by Seth


Toxic32 wrote:Ok a little superficial but so what. Let us just assume that you have a choice of knowledge that you could pass on to the survivors of a nuclear attack. What would you not pass on to the children of survivors.


Good point.
Funny how my mind instantly thought of simply curing my boredom in whatever shelter/bunker im hopefully in, and not passing on the knowledge instead.
:shock:
Hmmm.... ill dwell on THAT later for sure.
I know what i WONT take.
The bible can burn.
or any religious bullshit for that mater.
And the guitar.
Ive been playing every day for 15 years and i still suck.
It can burn too.
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PostMon Jun 24, 2013 12:49 am » by Toxic32


Seth wrote:
Toxic32 wrote:Ok a little superficial but so what. Let us just assume that you have a choice of knowledge that you could pass on to the survivors of a nuclear attack. What would you not pass on to the children of survivors.


Good point.
Funny how my mind instantly thought of simply curing my boredom in whatever shelter/bunker im hopefully in, and not passing on the knowledge instead.
:shock:
Hmmm.... ill dwell on THAT later for sure.
I know what i WONT take.
The bible can burn.
or any religious bullshit for that mater.
And the guitar.
Ive been playing every day for 15 years and i still suck.
It can burn too.


I agree with you no bible or any religious shackles. You could do so much for a new start. Get rid of the retribution. We don't need a concept of God. The simple interaction of Commonsense and the will to live together in peace will do it for me.
When people are queuing up to tell me I'm wrong, that's when I know I'm right. The loudest of objection can be defeated by the simpleness of truth.


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