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Thread: When a panic room is no longer enough: The ‘billionaire bunkers’ in America

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    Stupid! Hell no! My parents KNEW the russkies had their sights set on the the rural town I grew up in.ha! Lmao. Growing up in the 60's was something.

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    And in the 70's we were taught to throw our m16a1's down and lay on top of them during a nuclear blast so we could charge what had been just been blown up in our last few minutes.WOW!

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    Fryed I know what ur saying.we grew up in an interesting time didn't we?

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    Quote Originally Posted by stalker1 View Post
    Fryed I know what ur saying.we grew up in an interesting time didn't we?
    Oh heck yes. I don't believe any generation will see the turmoil, change, and fear, that ruled our time as kids growing up in the 60's and into the 70's.

    When was the last time you walked up to a building with the yellow fall out shelter plackard stuck on the wall? I remember going into the basement of the bank to use the restroom and seeing those big green cans of food and water and other supplies for those that "suvived" the nuclear attack.

    I missed the Viet Nam war by 2 years. I graduated high school in 1976. I had my mind set on a military career but a woman got in the way and I never enlisted. I only lately have wondered how my life might have turned out if I had followed that path instead of the one I did. But you can't go back and life is what it is.

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    Signed up in 74 for 11b1.dumb ass me.not nam.got talked into it by a recruiter. Had been accepted into small arms repair building nm 45's and m14's for competition .dumb ass me.I survived just take my ptsd meds at night so my wife can get some. Rest.love that woman.

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    Quote Originally Posted by stalker1 View Post
    Signed up in 74 for 11b1.dumb ass me.not nam.got talked into it by a recruiter. Had been accepted into small arms repair building nm 45's and m14's for competition .dumb ass me.I survived just take my ptsd meds at night so my wife can get some. Rest.love that woman.
    Seriously, from the bottom of my heart, Thank You for your service. I know that coming back was rough for you guys. No parades, no civilian support, no thank you's back then. I knew that soldiers never pick the war, they just do their duty. I think the majority have come around and some even feel a sense of shame or guilt for the way you veterans were treated.

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    No! I did not go to Vietnam! South America yes.hell is where it is. No.I swore I'd never go where
    I couldn't walk back to where I couldn't walk back from.glad to get out with an honorable discharge.

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    Oops, sorry my mistake...

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    wonder if its fire proof =)

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    One fine day, the need for all we have done will eventually come to pass. It is then what you may have to to really do won't be so easy for you to swallow?

    However, hiding in a secret room won't be a good solution if a hoard of dedicated raiders is digging through everything they can in a panic. It will be this time that you will have to deal with these gangs or raiders forcefully.

    Just hiding in a so called safe room will be pointless.
    M U S I B I K E

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