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  • beebopcop
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    Nakadnu, I agree completely. I would say that the answer is "nobody". It hurts to say that, but we just don't know how people will act in such a situation. I lost faith in humanity a long time ago. I am nice to people and will do what I can to help in any bad situation. I will keep doing that as long as someone doesn't try to hurt or take from me or mine. I had just as soon be vaporized in the first nuclear blast than to have to face the aftermath, but that is up to God I guess.

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  • nakadnu
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    Originally posted by beebopcop View Post
    I just watched it. The most depressing damn thing I have ever seen. Two bullets? Like you said, makes you glad to be a prepper. After I watched I started polishing my guns and being thankful.
    BBC
    After watching this movie and seeing what the "gangs" are doing to survive I have begun to look closer at the people around me. I am really wondering who would be friend or foe in a SHTF situation. When there is no law and order and it is survival of the fittest who can I trust ? Did not do much for my faith in humanity.

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  • beebopcop
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    I just watched it. The most depressing damn thing I have ever seen. Two bullets? Like you said, makes you glad to be a prepper. After I watched I started polishing my guns and being thankful.
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  • neverknow
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    Is mags still alive? (jk)

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  • Apocalyptic_Sojourner
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    Yeah the book was definitely better. Either way though, definitely shows you why you might wanna spend a little time prepping. I think Mags might've done a little better than Vigo Mortenson did in that movie.

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  • Apocalyptic_Sojourner
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    Yeah the book was definitely better. Either way though, definitely shows you why you might wanna spend a little time prepping. I think Mags might've done a little better than Vigo Mortenson did in that movie.

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  • Brother Bill
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    I made my wife watch it so she would have a better understanding of what I'm trying to do. Don't know if she got it, but I have to try.

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  • prkchp76
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    wow if it meant my son might be able to go on i would because there had to be more but the movie sucked the book was awsome

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  • neverknow
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    Im with you ive seen it but will never watch it again. The most shocking part is how possible that could happen. Who wants to live with that shit

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  • nakadnu
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    The Road, Movie

    If you still have any of those Mad Max tendencies or romanticised fantasies of action adventure, honor and glory in the post SHTF world this movie will put them to rest.
    A father and young son journey to the coast in search of "something" trying to avoid roving gangs and looking for the most meager scrap of food. Very depressing and dark.
    I will not watch it again, but I do reccomend you watch it. Probably as realistic as it gets.
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