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    And the Surprises never cease!

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    I'd bring most of the the same stuff as the OP + 24-jars of crunchy peanut butter, and 1-spoon yums

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    ...and that too.

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    chicks
    They double as food
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    Quote Originally Posted by niffer View Post
    If that happened to me, so many brix would be coming out of my anus that they would be feeding my family for quite a while.
    Wow. Talk about keeping together a houshold on such a tight budget that they have to eat your own shit bricks.

    Quote Originally Posted by niffer View Post
    I would get a huge freezer that could be powered with a foot pedal electrical generator. I would put a shitload of flash-frozen nutritious foods [and grains to be stored there too preferably in case mice get through the air vents to us], as well as blocks of ice (which can be thawed out for use) in here, and everyone can take turns pumping electricity to keep the freezer powered. Screw growing my own food, because irrigation of the crops will use up a lot of water.
    Very good point. That would give every one a chance to exercise as well as keep things such as meat, milk, nuts, eggs, and certain types of medications (like insulin shots, I think) available to you and your family for a longer period of time. Not to mention that Ice is the greatest fever reducer.

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    Um, waste disposal will be a problem. How about this: I'd bring aluminum foil to wrap the waste in and put it into the freezer, replacing what we take out, in order to save room and not pollute the living environment! Lolol ICE PEE!
    I'd rather store waste elsewhere- perhaps in a well sealed plastic container full of poo eating bacteria that will turn my poo into top soil or something.
    There are too many reasons why I don't like using the fridge as waste disposal.

    1 The fridge is like a very small cabinet that is the optimum place for keeping foods fresh. Sense you’d be spending an entire year inside the room, you should probably fill every last centimeter of your fridge with food that would spoil. Only when the fridge has been depleted of food should you start freezing poopoo and peepee.

    2 What happens if you get tired of peddling and the ice melts? If you sprain your ankle, or if the others are too tired or sick or weak, Everything in your fridge will begin to thaw and spill out onto the floor. This would make the air foul if not toxic, and disease could quickly spread do to the lack of sanitation.

    3 Not to mention that your drinking water would be ruined. Poo and Pee would contaminate the otherwise clean ice that you were storing in there.

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    I think we would have to get used to being around each other naked, because it's kind of a hassle to have to do the laundry in this case. Any female with their period can use strap-on pads! Also, sex is forbidden!
    Very good point. Washing cloths would be a waste of water. and wearing cloths without washing them would invite nasty smells and germs.

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    Anyone with urges can wank off into the freezer.
    I don't like seamen in my soda

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    We will need medical manuals. Hmm.. and pens so that we can do a huge mural covering all of the walls as an artistic project to keep us busy for the next year!
    Very good idea. I'd go further and bring staples and huge rolls of blank fish rap paper. We can constantly replace the paper on the walls when ever we want to- draw backdrops and put on little plays, that sort of thing.

    Another thing I'd like to bring Is large mirrors! They'd make a small space seem huge.
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    Default Yum. Eating boobies.

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    chicks
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    Big breasted, tiny waisted chicks with long flowing hair and tiny feet. If only I were a guy, I’d enjoy those things in other members of my gender. *Sigh*

    But if you’re going to eat them, I suggest bringing along puppies and babies. They don’t eat much and they’d make at least one good meal. And since you probably wouldn’t have any means of refrigeration, you need to kill small animals.
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    Hey, I’m adding a few more items to my list of things to bring into the room
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    I’d like to get a giant exercise wheal for Humans (rather than a treadmill that wastes electricity)

    A shower head that’s hooked up to a metal funnel so that I can poor water down the funnel from up top some high place and make (sort of) a functional shower.

    A car battery, an alternator, and steal wool. (easy way of starting a fire.)

    Text books and dictionaries (I could do a year of self study. I hate the feeling of my IQ getting lower- and yes. It is a physical sensation that feels very similar to mild caffeine withdrawal)
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    Yeah i know, but i just don't like mole rats in the same way
    ps: the big breasted thing is for guys with mommy issues
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    I'd just bring Eck.



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    ps: he didn't say anything about the size of the room did he?

    Then i'd bring the solar system inside the room
    (and i don't want to hear about relative velocities of the 2 constructs )
    Expression of the post modern paradox : "For the love of god, religions are so full of shit"

    Theory is always superseded by Fact...
    ... In theory.

    “I’d hate to die twice. It’s so boring.”
    Richard Feynman's last recorded words

    "Great is the human who has not lost his childlike heart."
    Mencius (Meng-Tse), 4th century BCE

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    Quote Originally Posted by EcK View Post
    ps: he didn't say anything about the size of the room did he?

    Then i'd bring the solar system inside the room
    (and i don't want to hear about relative velocities of the 2 constructs )
    That's the spirit!

    In that case, I would bring DisneyWorld, my 5 favorite restaurants, my gym, a movie theater, a karaoke bar, and a Best Buy, and the power grid for LA and whatever reservoir in Nor Cal that provides SoCal with water.

    All of the above should last me 1 year.

    I've decided that this room is some kind of time space dimensional warp alternative reality thing.
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