The list author says: "Get the gear. Get provisions. Be safe! Adapt / improvise to your surroundings and situations. Stock pile food / H2O and ammo. Protect yourself and family from threats and the unimaginable.
Disasters happen, be prepared. In the meantime, you will have some great camping gear and tools to survive a few nights in the wild by yourself or family."
""you and you're f***ing rope.."- Boondock Saints. This is heavy duty first created for WWII paratroopers. It can be used for a number of things and can save you in even more ways. Unravel the cordage to access smaller cords."
"Besides "courage," whiskey is the most important thing you can carry into the wilderness. I prefer single malt Scotch. Kentucky Bourbons are also acceptable. Blended whiskeys are not. Do not ever drink a blended whiskey. Blended whiskeys are for the cowardly and feeble-minded."