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About HarshGeometry

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About HarshGeometry
Location:
Chico, California
Interests:
computers, shooting, exercise

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12-18-2012 01:01 AM
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  1. The Fark Knight
    The Fark Knight liked post by HarshGeometry On thread : how did you get your screen name?
    well i know the solution is Energy... 750 edit: drunk
    Liked On: 04-01-2013, 11:34 AM
  2. Rogue_Scout
    Rogue_Scout liked post by HarshGeometry On thread : Moonshine uses.
    Moonshine (assuming homemade what ~190 proof?) Would be extremely useful as a fuel source for cooking and heating. While it is not very efficient compared to gasoline it can still power an engine...
    Liked On: 12-04-2012, 07:29 PM
  3. RaigenB
    RaigenB liked post by HarshGeometry On thread : Real Day Preppers
    I really enjoyed watching this. (although i wished they showed more stuff he had prep wise) The guy he interviewed was GREAT! I'm much of the same mentality as him really great thoughts he has and I...
    Liked On: 12-01-2012, 07:58 PM
  4. Fuzzee
    Fuzzee liked post by HarshGeometry On thread : What are some of the toughest, long wear clothes out there today for the prepper?
    Having been a avid hiker in the scouts I never had a pair of pants last more than 40-100 wears until there is starting to show damage from just usual wear (when not climbing through trees, bushes,...
    Liked On: 12-01-2012, 08:01 AM
  5. Lattice
    Lattice liked post by HarshGeometry On thread : Moonshine uses.
    Moonshine (assuming homemade what ~190 proof?) Would be extremely useful as a fuel source for cooking and heating. While it is not very efficient compared to gasoline it can still power an engine...
    Liked On: 11-29-2012, 10:12 PM
  6. survival
    survival liked post by HarshGeometry On thread : Pipe Smokers, Cigarette Smokers, Tobacco/Snuff chewers
    I don't smoke tobacco as I'm very active and it isn't conducive to my lifestyle although I sincerely cherish the wonderful history of tobacco and it was one of the early vehicles driving the early...
    Liked On: 11-29-2012, 09:33 PM
  7. jgriner
    jgriner liked post by HarshGeometry On thread : Moonshine uses.
    Moonshine (assuming homemade what ~190 proof?) Would be extremely useful as a fuel source for cooking and heating. While it is not very efficient compared to gasoline it can still power an engine...
    Liked On: 11-29-2012, 09:23 PM
  8. survival
    survival liked post by HarshGeometry On thread : Moonshine uses.
    Moonshine (assuming homemade what ~190 proof?) Would be extremely useful as a fuel source for cooking and heating. While it is not very efficient compared to gasoline it can still power an engine...
    Liked On: 11-29-2012, 09:20 PM
  9. johnnyprepper
    johnnyprepper liked post by HarshGeometry On thread : Emp?
    What you should do to protect it would be to put it in a steel shed (any thing conductive that surrounds it creates a Faraday cage) A Faraday cage grounds out all the exterior electromagnetic...
    Liked On: 11-27-2012, 08:21 PM
  10. survival
    survival liked post by HarshGeometry On thread : A little game -- Post Apocalypse Jobs
    Give me a tower, rifle, potatoes, and whiskey and i'll keep you safe from as far that thing can shoot. edit: seriously though. I would most likely turn to my technical problem solving skill...
    Liked On: 11-26-2012, 09:05 PM
  11. PreparedTexan
    PreparedTexan liked post by HarshGeometry On thread : Building a home... Advice?
    Personally in tornado country i would want to have a cellar that can double as a fully functioning home under the home.. Since have designed several homes in the past I took it upon myself to...
    Liked On: 11-26-2012, 08:28 PM
  12. Rogue_Scout
    Rogue_Scout liked post by HarshGeometry On thread : Emp?
    What you should do to protect it would be to put it in a steel shed (any thing conductive that surrounds it creates a Faraday cage) A Faraday cage grounds out all the exterior electromagnetic...
    Liked On: 11-26-2012, 05:59 PM
  13. jc-hunter
    jc-hunter liked post by HarshGeometry On thread : There are Two kinds of Preppers
    From my short time in a prepper community I've observed that there are just two kinds of preppers out there. Now I'm certainly not talking about level of preparedness. What I mean is that there...
    Liked On: 11-26-2012, 09:50 AM
  14. Denton
    Denton liked post by HarshGeometry On thread : A little game -- Post Apocalypse Jobs
    Give me a tower, rifle, potatoes, and whiskey and i'll keep you safe from as far that thing can shoot. edit: seriously though. I would most likely turn to my technical problem solving skill...
    Liked On: 11-26-2012, 08:32 AM
  15. survival
    survival liked post by HarshGeometry On thread : There are Two kinds of Preppers
    From my short time in a prepper community I've observed that there are just two kinds of preppers out there. Now I'm certainly not talking about level of preparedness. What I mean is that there...
    Liked On: 11-26-2012, 02:24 AM
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