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Old 11-03-2011, 03:03 AM   #11
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To all the younger members on here - please don't think I am saying us older folks are in any way smarter than the younger folks. It is only that history always repeats itself(because people never change) and when some of us are older than dirt we see the same stuff happen again. Plus we have already made our many many mistakes and I only want to maybe save you from making the same mistakes that I or others have made. You are already showing your smarts by being on forums like this one to expand your knowledge.
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Old 11-04-2011, 08:20 PM   #12
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To all the young men and women out there you made a mistake buying tose guns so just send them to me and I find a good home for them.

We have tryed to prep for the winter in the past. More having exra food and firewood on hand and so far it seems to work out for us o.k. when we have a bad snowstorm we sit back and watch the people on tv trying to make their way through the lines at the store and laugh at them.
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Old 11-04-2011, 09:27 PM   #13
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Portable and removable if ever needed . Not a lot of space but I think a person could make a decent shelter out of a 3000- 5000 plastic coned nose tank buried in the ground for a reasonable cost . Add a few vents and a door and u got something

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Lay this thing on its side and make a door in the top of the cone area
5000 gal is a little over $3000 pictured are 2000 gal tanks

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