Wednesday, February 1, 2012

The Top 100 Things to Disappear First

     This is a list that pops up everywhere, and I have seen it on probebly half a dozen different websites. Still this is a good list so I decided that I would put it up here at the Paracord Project as well, because its always a good list to have around and keep in mind.

So here are the first 100 items to disappear during a disaster scenario:

1. Generators
2. Water filters/purifiers
3. Portable toliets
4. Seasoned firewood
5. Lamp oil, wicks, lamps, lanterns
6. Camp stove fuel
7. Guns, ammunition, pepper spray, knives, clubs, bats and slingshots
8. Hand can openers and hand egg beaters, whisks
9. Honey, syrups, white and brown sugar
10. Rice, beans, wheat
11. Vegetable oil
12. Charcoal, lighter fluid
13. Water containers
14. Mini ehater head (without this item, propane won't heat a room)
15. Non electric grain grinder
16. Propane cylinders
17. Survival guide book
18. Lantern mantles
19. Baby supplies: diapers, formula, ointments, asprins, ect
20. Washboards, mop buck and wringer
21. Propane cookstoves
22. Vitamins
23. Propane cylinder handle-holder
24. Feminine hygiene, haircare, skin products
25. Thermal underwear, polypropylene
26. Bow saws, axes, hatchets, wedges
27. Aluminum foil
28. Gasoline containers
29. Garbage bags
30. Toilet paper, kleenex, paper towels
31. milk, powdered and condensed
32. garden seeds
33. clothes pins, line, hangers
34. Coleman's pump repair kit
35. Tuna fish
36. Fire extinguishers (or... a large box of baking soda in every room)
37. First aid kits
38. Batteries
39. Garlic, spices, vinegar, baking supplies
40. Big dogs, and dog food
41. Flour, yeast, and salt
42. Matches
43. Writing paper, pads, pencils, solar calculators
44. Insulated ice chests
45. Workboots, belts, jeans and durable shirts
46. Flashlights, lightsticks, torches, lanterns
47. Journals, diaries, scrapbooks
48. Garbage cans
49. Hygiene: shampoo, toothbrush, toothpaste, mouthwash, floss
50. Cast iron cookware
51. Fishing supplies/tools
52. Mosquito coils, repellent, sprays, creams
53. Duct tape
54. Tarps, stakes, twine, nails, rope, spikes
55. Candles
56. Laundry detergent
57. Backpacks, duffel bags
58. Garden tools and supplies
59. Scissors, fabrics, and sewing supplies
60. Canned fruits, veggies, soups, stews, ect
61. Bleach
62. Canning supplies
63. Knives, sharpening tools, files, stones, steel
64. Bicycles, tires, tubes, pumps, chains
65. Sleeping bags, blankets, pillows, mats
66. Carbon monoxide alarm
67. Board games, cards, dice
68. D-con rat poison, mouse prufe II, roach killer
69. Mousetraps, ant traps, cockroach magnets
70. Paper plates, cups, utensils
71. Baby wipes, oils, waterless and antibacterial soap
72. Rain gear, rubberized boots, ect
73. Shaving supplies
74. Hand pumps and siphons
75. Soysauce, vinegar, bullions, gravy, soup base
76. Boy scout handbook
77. Chocolate, cocoa, tang, punch
78. Survival in a can
79. Woolen clothing, scarves, ear muffs, mittens
80. Reading glasses
81. Window insulation kit
82. Graham crackers, saltines, pretzels, trail mix, jerky
83. Popcorn, peanut butter, nuts
84. Socks, underwear, tshirts, ect
85. Lumber
86. Wagons, carts
87. Cots and inflatable mattresses
88. Gloves, work, warming, gardening ect
89. Lantern hangers
90. Screen patches, glue, nails, screws, nuts and bolts
91. Teas
92. Coffee
93. Cigarettes
94. Wine, liquors
95. Paraffin wax
96. Glue, nails, nuts, bolts, screws
97. chewing gum, candies
98. atomizers
99. hats and cotton neckerchiefs
100. goats and chickens.

     So there it is. What do you guys think about the list. Should something be added, or should some things be taken off, or is it just right?


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