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Old March 10, 2022, 08:44 AM
Dien Rice Dien Rice is offline
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Default Re: Life inside the bunker.

Hi Gordon,

Sorry for my slow response, I'm currently in hospital related to diabetic foot problems... I just entered today... (I will probably have to have some surgery...)

Which makes me think, many of us have health issues, which doesn't go well together with bunker living in WWIII...

Hopefully it won't come to that!

Best wishes,


Originally Posted by GordonJ View Post
Not any long term experience in a bunker, BUT, a few 2 month patrols on a nuclear submarine gives me a certain expertise.

Longest was about 75 days. Locked in a submersible bunker. Hopefully, your bunker will be coed, and have your loved ones inside with you.

The pic in the article shows electrical outlets, where is that electricity coming from? Sheesh.

Two and a half months with out fresh air, sunshine, mobility, tight spaces, stench of human beings, let alone any pets you hope to have...well, those bunker pics in the article are pretty, pretty, pretty (in my best Larry David voice) pretty, unlikely.

And food? Again, I have a lot of experience with long shelf life food and cooking and meal prep in a bunker isn't going to be an Olive Garden experience.

Anyhow, it is a good time to be an affiliate of vitamins, emergency gear, etc., etc.

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