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Anonymous 06/11/14(Wed)20:38 UTC+1 No.331317 Report

Could someone dump some info-graphics?
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Anonymous 06/11/14(Wed)20:40 UTC+1 No.331320 Report

I have 2...
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Anonymous 06/11/14(Wed)21:08 UTC+1 No.331337 Report

I have very few, but I'll help OP
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Anonymous 06/11/14(Wed)21:09 UTC+1 No.331338 Report

>>331337
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Anonymous 06/11/14(Wed)21:19 UTC+1 No.331339 Report

>>331338
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Anonymous 06/11/14(Wed)21:21 UTC+1 No.331340 Report

>>331339
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Anonymous 06/11/14(Wed)21:22 UTC+1 No.331341 Report

>>331340
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Anonymous 06/11/14(Wed)21:25 UTC+1 No.331343 Report

>>331341
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Anonymous 06/11/14(Wed)21:26 UTC+1 No.331345 Report

>>331343
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Anonymous 06/11/14(Wed)21:43 UTC+1 No.331357 Report

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Anonymous 06/11/14(Wed)21:44 UTC+1 No.331360 Report

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Anonymous 06/11/14(Wed)21:46 UTC+1 No.331363 Report

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Anonymous 06/11/14(Wed)21:47 UTC+1 No.331364 Report

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Anonymous 06/11/14(Wed)21:49 UTC+1 No.331365 Report

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Anonymous 06/11/14(Wed)21:52 UTC+1 No.331369 Report

very useful for US-residents.
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Anonymous 06/12/14(Thu)00:32 UTC+1 No.331459 Report

>>331360
That sumbitch never made a fire in a wind. Googled up pic related because I was too lazy to make one. Lean-to fire is also very good to cook over because it's easy to control the amount of heat you get to the pot/pan.
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Anonymous 06/12/14(Thu)00:39 UTC+1 No.331463 Report

>>331320
>NW England
>High quality wilderness
discarded
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Anonymous 06/12/14(Thu)01:07 UTC+1 No.331473 Report

>>331345

My sock elastic just started crying when it saw this picture. This is not normal behavior. Should I call someone?
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Anonymous 06/12/14(Thu)01:08 UTC+1 No.331474 Report

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Anonymous 06/13/14(Fri)07:19 UTC+1 No.332098 Report

>>331357
we can eat this shit?
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Anonymous 06/13/14(Fri)09:33 UTC+1 No.332129 Report

>>332098
Some of them? Really hungry people. Dandelion flowers are delicious, not bitter like the rest of the plant, Lambs quarters is fantastic. Amaranth (especially the seeds) is GREAT.

You don't like fucking onions? Asparagus? You've never had buckwheat pancakes? You don't like fucking MUSTARD? Grapes? blackberries? You've never cooked with sage? Had mint tea?

...you are one of those faggots who's never cooked in his life, aren't you.
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Anonymous 06/13/14(Fri)10:38 UTC+1 No.332141 Report

bootin'
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Anonymous 06/13/14(Fri)12:13 UTC+1 No.332167 Report

Anyone have OP's image for Britain?
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Anonymous 06/13/14(Fri)12:17 UTC+1 No.332168 Report

>>332141
>that lonely goat
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Anonymous 06/13/14(Fri)13:01 UTC+1 No.332187 Report

>>332168
It's OK, with a fence like that he'll be in with the cows as soon as nobody is looking.
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Anonymous 06/13/14(Fri)13:26 UTC+1 No.332204 Report

>>332187
Mr being there has never stopped a goat from jumping a fence. They'll do it whenever they damned well please.
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Anonymous 06/13/14(Fri)13:32 UTC+1 No.332207 Report

>>332167
What's the largest rural area in England?
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Anonymous 06/13/14(Fri)16:14 UTC+1 No.332253 Report

>>332167
This is Europe's population density
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Necromancer 06/13/14(Fri)16:18 UTC+1 No.332255 Report

>>332253

I live in a 500-1000 area but if I drove north for like an hour I'd be in a sub-20 area.
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Anonymous 06/13/14(Fri)16:29 UTC+1 No.332261 Report

>>332253
>TFW 2,500 area
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Anonymous 06/14/14(Sat)00:20 UTC+1 No.332462 Report

>>332141
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Anonymous 06/14/14(Sat)12:34 UTC+1 No.332720 Report

>>332204
Make him your friend and he'll stay there while you're watching to keep you happy. Goats are both friendly and intelligent.

>>332253
So your map made me curious, and I did some math. 5 people per km^2 in the county where I live. Staying in one of those orange to purple areas would probably make me nuts.
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Anonymous 06/14/14(Sat)12:37 UTC+1 No.332722 Report

>>332720
He will stay in the area. He won't stay in the fence. He will enjoy your garden.
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Anonymous 06/14/14(Sat)20:29 UTC+1 No.332890 Report

>>331369
>very useful for US-residents

i get the edgy political message you're going for, but this isn't as useful as you'd think.

EFPs are only applicable with high explosives like TNT or RDX, because low explosives like powder or ANFO don't follow shape charge rules.
In the ME, high explosives are readily available to insurgents because of all of the unsecured artillary in that region...in the US, we don't have random stockpiles of RDX and TNT sitting unguarded all over the place, so just teaching people how to employ EFPs is useless without teaching how to make high explosives first...
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Anonymous 06/14/14(Sat)20:34 UTC+1 No.332894 Report

>>332261
>tfw in 2500 area
>tfw will be in 20-50 area in less then a week
feels good
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Anonymous 06/14/14(Sat)21:56 UTC+1 No.332922 Report

>>332462
One day...
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Anonymous 06/15/14(Sun)14:11 UTC+1 No.333214 Report

>>332141
>>332462

What book is this from?
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Anonymous 06/15/14(Sun)14:55 UTC+1 No.333237 Report

>>331463
What is the lake district?
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Anonymous 06/15/14(Sun)15:19 UTC+1 No.333248 Report

>>333237
a shithole tourist trap for old people
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Anonymous 06/15/14(Sun)19:29 UTC+1 No.333348 Report

>>331338
That's an old one. The rainbow trout has a different scientific name now
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Anonymous 06/15/14(Sun)19:38 UTC+1 No.333353 Report

>>333248
bullshit mate
South lake district is shit, full of tourists, mid and north are wild as fuck
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Anonymous 06/15/14(Sun)21:24 UTC+1 No.333382 Report

>>332129
dandelion leaves are very good in salads and very nutritious
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Anonymous 06/16/14(Mon)19:10 UTC+1 No.333838 Report

>>333214
http://www.reading-everyday.com/15/The_Backyard_Homestead_split_006.html
Here you go, i think this is the source
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Anonymous 06/16/14(Mon)19:11 UTC+1 No.333839 Report

>>332253
up to 20 area everywhere around me except for one city
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Anonymous 06/16/14(Mon)19:15 UTC+1 No.333842 Report

>>333214
>>333838
Never mind, that was not the real deal.

Here some better stuff
http://www.amazon.com/The-Backyard-Homestead-Produce-quarter/dp/1603421386
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Anonymous 06/17/14(Tue)17:24 UTC+1 No.334280 Report

>>333842
Those are some rough reviews.
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Anonymous 06/17/14(Tue)18:45 UTC+1 No.334309 Report

>>331459
this shit right here is how i make all my ffires
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Anonymous 06/18/14(Wed)21:35 UTC+1 No.335096 Report

>>331473
Great for wool socks though as they tend to be tight and will retain their form when washed once.
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Anonymous 06/18/14(Wed)23:14 UTC+1 No.335134 Report

>>331317
how is that shit in the midwest possible?
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Anonymous 06/19/14(Thu)00:23 UTC+1 No.335172 Report

>>331357
ib4 some poor asshole tries to eat thistles and blackberries and ends up with datura and nightshade instead, just hope they die quickly instead of getting nightmarish hallucinations for 3 days then dying
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Anonymous 06/19/14(Thu)02:31 UTC+1 No.335208 Report

can anyone post some info on which tents are good ones, what to look for in a tent, etc?
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Anonymous 06/19/14(Thu)02:46 UTC+1 No.335217 Report

I'll contriboot a few
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Anonymous 06/19/14(Thu)02:49 UTC+1 No.335219 Report

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Anonymous 06/19/14(Thu)02:51 UTC+1 No.335220 Report

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Anonymous 06/19/14(Thu)02:58 UTC+1 No.335225 Report

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Anonymous 06/19/14(Thu)03:13 UTC+1 No.335233 Report

>>335096
Things you can say about your wool socks but not your girlfriend's pussy
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Anonymous 06/19/14(Thu)03:30 UTC+1 No.335250 Report

>>331360
oh wow i saw than info graphic soooooooo wrong at first glance

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