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Or we could just use the harness. We could be safety minded when we do things. My brain runs on "what ifs" especially when there is no one to help. But I guess we all learn at some point. I too am collecting braces and splints the Sam splints are pretty cool.
 

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A major injury post SHTF - TEOTWAWKI is a death sentence.
I broke my back and right heel bone this week. I went to the hospital got X-rays- CT scans and sent home with pain meds.
Basically I am useless. I can’t put weight on my right leg and I can’t bend, twist, or lift.
If this had happened to me post WOTROL I would be toast.
Laying on your ass gives you too much time to think. All my preps, guns, ammo wouldn’t do me a lick of good.
Food for thought - BoF
Prepping means nothing if your health goes south. You then have a huge supply for someone else to take. Medical supplies and health maintenance is the most overlooked part of prepping.
 
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