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Emergency Bag(sugggested Contents By The Red Cross).

Discussion in 'Equipment' started by lonewolf, Oct 12, 2017.

  1. lonewolf

    lonewolf Administrator Staff Member

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  2. Prime

    Prime Well-Known Member

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    interesting Post by the Mail - I wonder what prompted it for UK directed audience.
     
  3. ystranc

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    Storms, flooding, rioting or possibly just a Daily Mirror reporter wanting an easy pay packet by cutting and pasting off a disaster resilience plan.
     
  4. lonewolf

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    i think the point is whether this article in a national paper will prompt some people to assemble an emergency bag or whether they just ignore it? as usual.
     
  5. Barbara

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    For many years l have kept what l called my "grab bag" in the bottom of the wardrobe in case l had to leave home in a hurry. l don't need someone else to tell me what to put in it! lt always just seemed to me to be a sensible idea. Now l have discovered other people do the same and l have been calling it by the wrong name for years.
     
  6. lonewolf

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    grab bag, emergency bag, bug out bag, it really dosent matter what one calls it.