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    -Eliza Dushku
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    Quote Originally Posted by Aleksei View Post
    -Eliza Dushku
    I don't understand what either of those words mean.
    Q: "What is the process of seeking the truth?"
    A: "Distilled liquor"

    Q: "If you could live anywhere in the world, where would it be?"
    A: "Between a starving prostitute and a steak sandwich."

    Q:How would a mathematician capture an elephant?
    A:He would build a cage, step inside, and rename his new location as "outside."

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    Quote Originally Posted by ObeyBunny View Post
    I don't understand what either of those words mean.


    They mean "Pure hotness."
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    Quote Originally Posted by Aleksei View Post
    They mean "Pure hotness."
    I think you're confusing "Eliza Dushku" with "Summer Glau" - which truly does mean "pure hotness."




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    Nah, it's just in a different language.
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    Quote Originally Posted by yvonne View Post
    i'd rather someone else make the list and especially the calculations first. then i'd go through it and make suggestions. if i had to spend a year in a room i think some of the things you listed in the OP would be unnecessary and i'd probably replace them with something else.
    It's a good idea to let someone else calorie-count for the food you and your family would be eating. Pretty much the only information youíd have to offer is what your height is, what your weight is, and what your age is.

    (So for example, a 130 pound 20 year old man who stands at 5 feet 5 inches needs 1522 calories a day to maintain his current weight [granted heís not burning calories though exercise])

    You can have your survival rations planned down to the calorie without you yourself lifting a finger.

    The only thing I suggest you do beyond this would be to tell the person who is drafting up this massive grocery list what you and your family likes to eat. If you absolutely hate pinto beans and any food that was made with them, then tell the person who is shopping for you not to get 50 pounds of pinto beans.

    Other than those two things, itís a pretty good idea to have someone else figure things up while you are busy with work or school.
    Q: "What is the process of seeking the truth?"
    A: "Distilled liquor"

    Q: "If you could live anywhere in the world, where would it be?"
    A: "Between a starving prostitute and a steak sandwich."

    Q:How would a mathematician capture an elephant?
    A:He would build a cage, step inside, and rename his new location as "outside."

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    Quote Originally Posted by Aleksei View Post


    They mean "Pure hotness."
    So I should hire a beautiful, big breasted woman to keep me company for my year long stay? Okay. Just so long as she leaves the gun behind.

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    Wait no, I'm a girl. I'd rather have a handsome brad shouldered doctor with curly red hair and a flowing doctorís coat spend a year with me. That would be AWESOME!
    Q: "What is the process of seeking the truth?"
    A: "Distilled liquor"

    Q: "If you could live anywhere in the world, where would it be?"
    A: "Between a starving prostitute and a steak sandwich."

    Q:How would a mathematician capture an elephant?
    A:He would build a cage, step inside, and rename his new location as "outside."

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    Quote Originally Posted by ObeyBunny View Post
    So I should hire a beautiful, big breasted woman to keep me company for my year long stay? Okay. Just so long as she leaves the gun behind.

    ---edit
    Wait no, I'm a girl. I'd rather have a handsome brad shouldered doctor with curly red hair and a flowing doctorís coat spend a year with me. That would be AWESOME!
    Sure, I was just mentioning what I'd bring, myself.
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    I thought someone was taking their one year old on a trip and wanted to know what to bring. I finally just clicked on the thread, I'm like.. who needs all that crap for a 1 year old??

    Reading comprehension FTW.

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    If internet isn't viable, I assume?

    Well considering I've already spent months without human contact and barely noticed, I think I'd be okay going in by myself.

    I already spend a large portion of my mental energy training myself to be perpetually happy regardless of circumstances, as well as other types of mental shaping and training. That is what would shape my perceptions of this event.

    As such, I'd take whatever would give me a good balanced diet, with exercise, throughout the year. Exercise would be things like jump rope and free weights.

    Anything for toiletry and smell reducing requirements, since hygiene won't matter too much beyond dental health. Antibiotics and such for basic health maintenance, especially considering exercise. Waste disposal in general would be nice, if possible. Lighting would be important, if not provided already. I've heard there's some efficient lighting out there.

    Clothes don't seem necessary, depending on the temperature, though shoes could be important. A few sets of minimalistic bedding.

    The other things would be backups in case of impending insanity. Simple entertainment like fiction books, decoration, porn, computer games (think DS games with a supply of batteries), stuff to draw with, puzzles, lego etc.

    I imagine I would spend a huge amount of time writing my own books, introspecting, meditating, exercising, eating, reading non-fiction, and sleeping. Not too much else required.

    I just psyched myself up for a fictional event

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