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2Cool4Ice 9 year s ago
After 10 years Do your fucking garden !
       
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crispy 9 year s ago
Not a single picture of the inside of the bunker?
       
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Mr. Ree 9 year s ago
The people that owned the house previously must have been stocking that thing up until the 1970's because that packaging is from the late 1960's.


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Peanut 9 year s ago
They stocked it full of junk food?
       
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bob.james.5454021 9 year s ago
Oh sure you complain now, but when you're looking for junk food as the world dies around you, they'll be smiling
       
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Fats-T 9 year s ago
Junk food is high in calorie to size ratio versus more healthy options. It also has a long shelf life. It would make sense for a shelter where you would spend only 2-3 weeks until the worst of the radiation subsided.
       
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gigantes 9 year s ago
yea it's not the worst choice. powdered stuff and hard candies makes some sense. anything with oils in it (which is most food) would go rancid.
       
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