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They forgot wear it as a halter top like a real Survivor!

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How cool is this? Stick this to any window and not only does it suck up the sun but it stores the solar energy and lasts for 10 hours. Most solar chargers on the market are kind of crappy right now but this one sounds awesome.

via Yanko Design

Transportation: Enchanted Gypsy's Converted Schoolbus

Have I posted any Bug Out Buses here before? I don’t think I have.

The premise behind Bug Out Buses is that you have a vehicle that also provides your shelter & home.

Post-apo Application: You’re probably going to have to convert to alternative fuel (veggie) but obviously very practical to stay on the move while having everything you need.

Real World Application: It’s practical to have one in the event of a natural disaster enabling you to move your family out of harms way while still having comfort ,safety ,and essential living needs.

Or just because you want to live like gypsies, like the owner of this one, Enchanted Gypsy.

This converted bus  is awesome & looks nice & cozy.

 

 

 

 

More pictures here at tinyhouseswoon

Apocalypse Survival 101

Posted: December 8, 2012 in Uncategorized
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John Hodgman’s tips on how to get through December 21,2012

You’ve probably seen this meme…or one similar…featuring Papa John’s founder John Schantter’s estate. Most of the Internet looks at it and says, “Oh my god, what an asshole!”. I look at it and say, “Holy shit, that place would be awesome to head to when the shit hits the fan!”

Granted, we would need to create a sustainable power grid ….and if Mr Schnatter is among the survivors, we’d have to figure out what to do with him (do we let him pitch a tent by the lake? Maybe he can have his own room and earn his keep as resident pizza maker?) .  Those things aside, it’s a great property.

Property details: 40,000 square foot mega mansion has a multi-level,subterranean garage with 22 parking spaces and an indoor car wash. The subterranean feature could have some very handy uses and not just for fancy cars. Lots of green spaces to be converted to food production. That pond/lake feature could be stocked with fish.It’s located in Kentucky ,not a locale known for being cultured (as if that matters post-apo) but it could have it’s perks. Fairly moderate climate with adequate rainfall, not prone to earthquakes ,hurricanes and whatnot. Pretty ideal, if you ask me.

 

 

(click on images to see this display of awesome overindulgence)