beschizza at January 29th, 2014 11:26 — #1
nnonno at January 29th, 2014 11:39 — #2
Wow, a lot of unnecessary items here...
jared_kaufman at January 29th, 2014 11:44 — #3
Seriously? My back-of-the-napkin calculations put the full retail value of the contents of this thing at maybe 5 grand, tops. That must be a hell of a cabinet to be worth the $9000 difference.
Not sure who their target demographic is, but I'm guessing that the target demo could pay for this with all of the overpriced gold coins that they have been hoarding while hiding from "the chemtrails" in their foil-lined root cellars...
incarnedine_v at January 29th, 2014 11:45 — #4
no miniature combination Russkie phrase book and Bible?
salgak at January 29th, 2014 12:08 — #5
Hell, a guy could have a pretty good MONTH in Vegas with all that. . . .
Not to mention, a bug-out CABINET ?? The idea of a bug-out bag is grab and go in case of emergency, not saunter to the garage (or the Bunker. . .), unlock, unload, start packing, and about that time in the process, the zombies attack and it's all over. . .
And hideously over-priced to boot. Perfect for the Yuppie Prepper. . . .
Metacomment: The point of ANY tool set, for whatever end, is that you build it and evolve it over time. Relying on someone ELSE'S idea of a toolset, will inevitably prove you have stuff you don't need or can't use, and are missing something you need. . .
retchdog at January 29th, 2014 12:17 — #6
it comes bundled with a sixty-year Mathematica license.
old at January 29th, 2014 12:36 — #7
170 items critical to human survival
Like an extension cord and blaze orange work gloves.
themetalpedant at January 29th, 2014 12:37 — #8
You can tell how totes serious it is by the inclusion of Starbucks coffee.
jehbaker at January 29th, 2014 12:38 — #9
ten nine year pro license.
bryanschuler at January 29th, 2014 12:45 — #10
jandrese at January 29th, 2014 12:49 — #11
Yeah, I'm confused how it can be a bug out cabinet when it doesn't even have wheels.
salgak at January 29th, 2014 12:50 — #12
Sorry, can't handle clams, they give me gas
It's just this. . .item is dead in the middle of the intersection of "stupid" and "survivalism". .
leicester at January 29th, 2014 13:00 — #13
Looks like an excellent way to separate fools and money.
nixiebunny at January 29th, 2014 13:03 — #14
Humans survived tens of thousands of years with zero of the enclosed items. I wonder how they did that?
dan_century at January 29th, 2014 13:04 — #15
I am in your panic room stealin yer road flares & iodine tablets.
warrenterra at January 29th, 2014 13:10 — #16
It includes a 6-outlet power strip and a 12-foot, 20-amp extension cord (and no significant electricity-generation equipment, just a solar charger and a hand-cranked radio). I'm pretty sure that if either the power strip or the extension cord is useful to you, the apocalypse has been cancelled and you don't need the rest of the cabinet's contents all that badly.
Also in the vital survival equipment: a "Wolfram Decal for Doors". And a 100 foot bundle of 3/8" Roap,
s2redux at January 29th, 2014 13:24 — #17
Kitchen Towells, Paper Towells, Vice Grip, bundle of 3/8 roap, Collapsable...bucket, XRP sawsall -- apparently when the end times come there will be no dictionaries.
incarnedine_v at January 29th, 2014 13:52 — #18
Yeah, and where are they all now? Dead. What a surprise!
cservant at January 29th, 2014 14:04 — #19
I guess they were also planning to sell generators, but ran into problems.
And 750$ for a brief case that contains emergency planning papers for 5 people? Shoot, if it's that important, you might as well make those 5 people to remember the information instead of depending on a briefcase where you may not be able to retrieve in time. Time is not wasted finding/reading those documents.
daemonworks at January 29th, 2014 14:51 — #20
A "bug out" cabinet that is too large to take with you when you bug out...
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