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money is worthless, no stores, no gas. just you and nature.
bunnyhound bunnyhound 31-35, M 25 Answers Jun 30, 2012

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DEFINITELY! I'd not only survive, I'd freaking THRIVE!! Then live until I was more than 75~ Bring it on!!! :D

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thats what i like to hear! kick a$$ and take names!

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Yes, SIR! ;D You too! ^^

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I think I could. Until it ruined, we could eat out of our deep freeze. We have a large stock of canned items - some store bought and some home canned.<br />
I know how to hunt and fish and I have some knowledge of which plants are edible. We would have a garden every year, using the seeds from the year before.<br />
There is a fresh water spring on my land so water wouldn't be a problem unless the bowels of the earth were poisoned.

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A good long while...I heat with wood, and often cook on the woodstove...I grow my own veggies and have a small apple orchard. I also have a barn that could house some cattle and enough grass for them to graze. I have a small brook that runs across my land, so I could bathe and flush the toilets...I even have a manual coffee grinder, so I would not be without my fresh beans. I'd have to run extension cords over to the neighbors to plug in my freezer though...lol

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i dont have any cattle but i cant walk to my mailbox without kicking 5 chickens

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I could steal a hen or two from down the road if I wanted eggs...lol

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don't kick the chickens, you'll break the eggs.

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Since I have camped so much in my life, and also, lived without utilities more than a few times, I'll be fine indefinitely.

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not much would change for me except no more EP

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on my own...a while....but having to cope with others...i'd die from the stress.

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I'd be fine, it would take a period of adjustment and mistakes but I wouldn't die. I would feel sorry for peoples in big cities though. they would turn on each other fast.

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yes they would

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as long as i have sun light i am fine have a solar station plus have a propane 17 kw back up too

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that doesnt help with water and gas. or the problem of not being able to buy anything including food.

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in that case i also have a few other toys i am well able to use plus the ranges is on top of a hill so i can control who comes and goes

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i live in a highrise. i can cope without elevators, but as soon as the toilets stop flushing, i'm in trouble

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Not long, and I know it. Unless you are already out in the sticks and prepared to defend like crazy, you won't make it long. Even the ones up in the hollows will have infections that carry them off rather quickly. Can you imagine the population of the world going from 7 billion to 50 million in a matter of months?

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At least untill my pantry was emptied of can goods ,then,I'd have to improvise,but if I had to,I could handle that!

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Got some veges and fruits out back but they only last so long. Could maybe barter with people for other things? My main concern would be thieves/bandits.

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Fight or flight. Im a fighter for sure

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Quite awhile I know enough about edible wild plants so I could survive okay!

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I'd be one of the last ones standing, I'd like to think.

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I can't imagine.

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No, I would not last. But that can be a good thing. Living in fear isn't healthy. Death comes to all. I like my comforts. There is a cult-church that requires its' members to hoard a year's worth of food and a gun. One wants to be the next president of the US. Ick.

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for a long long time... no problem at all.

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It would take a bit to adjust, but yeah I'd have things locked down eventually

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Until I die... years later that is

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