In the event of, God forbid, a nuclear apocalypse, most people would be gravely concern about basic survival, but for some elite few, life is probably still about what movie to watch, whether to swim or hit the gym, because they will be snugging cosily in their impregnable underground fortress which was once an Atlas […]
as much as we love reminiscing about toys of the bygone era like M.A.S.K., He-man and even Barbie and Ken to some extend, it is always good to know that today’s toy designers are willing to take bold steps and steer away from the macho and the cute. if Nickolay can score with an average […]
though it might not be practically applicable to most of us, but having something that we use frequently in ‘tactical’ form seems like a very man thing to do. we have seen numerous tactical rendition of otherwise regular objects, including writing instruments, shot glass, ATV, flashlights, lamp and even BBQ apron – just to name […]
so the Mayans were wrong and the supposed apocalypse date are behind us now, but that doesn’t mean we shouldn’t be prepared (and so your million-dollar bunker is still useful. not to worry). though you might want to focus on real survival gear rather than one that specializes in cutting down the walking dead and for that, you
according to some, the world will not end with a bang but rather, the mankind will face the threat from the undead. you know, those flesh-eating zombies and stuff like that. in that case, you’d better be prepared to face the worst or risk…
Judging from the response of some people during this pandemic, we can safely assume that nobody even cares if there was going to be an apocalypse. But that’s just some people. In case you do care, you may want to be prepared like Colin Furze whom have built an underground apocalyptic bunker in his backyard.
The COVID-19 pandemic is not the end of the world. But it does set some people thinking what if an apocalypse occurs and the Internet is out? If that happens, whatever connected gadgets you have are pretty much useless.
Do you know that Iceland, the island country on the North Atlantic Ocean alongside Faroe Islands, has no McDonald’s? Well, it used to have until 2009 when the fast food chain decided to pull out of the country.
You can be prepared for an apocalypse by stocking up canned food, batteries and whatnot, but one thing preppers may not foresee is a flash flood or fire that will consume every thing in its path.
If weren’t for YouTube’s god-knows-how-the-heck-it-worked algorithms, I wouldn’t have discovered this wonderful gem, a custom ride by YouTuber Gingium, albeit it being more than a year late (it was a 2018 video, btw).