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Old 12-23-2020, 03:03 AM   #1
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Default 10 things you would take to the past if you were forced to live during the jurassic e

That "e" should be era...lol ran out of room

1. Jurassic Park Hat
2. Jeff Goldbloom shirt
3. Anti aircraft gun
4. Large R.V.
5. Solar panels
6. Large screen Oled
7. Film collection
8.fuzzy slippers
9. Jack in the Box
10. Dating book on How to attract neanderthal woman
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Old 12-23-2020, 03:43 AM   #2
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10 Survival kits I guess.
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Old 12-23-2020, 01:35 PM   #3
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10 Survival kits I guess.
That's Vlasic! Er, I mean classic!
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Old 12-24-2020, 10:47 AM   #4
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What, no fully functioning and independently powered home theater ?
Imagine how cool it would be to be watching an outdoor showing of Jurassic Park only to be interrupted by a real dinosaur and have to run for your life.
Beats 3d all to hell.☺
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Old 12-25-2020, 01:24 AM   #5
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What, no fully functioning and independently powered home theater ?
Imagine how cool it would be to be watching an outdoor showing of Jurassic Park only to be interrupted by a real dinosaur and have to run for your life.
Beats 3d all to hell.☺
Well, the surrounding environment would be my sound system
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Old 12-25-2020, 05:50 PM   #6
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10. Dating book on How to attract neanderthal woman
you do realize there was nothing resembling a human during the Jurassic era.

Jurassic: 199.6 million to 145.5 million years ago
Neanderthals 200k-20k years ago

here is my list of things
----- habitation
1) old Quebec city (it is not that I am in love with the place but it is the only place I know where I can get with one choice, fully enclosed fortification, cannons and buildings build to stand the test of time.



2) solar cells and large battery pack

3) my HT (projector, screen, speakers, UHD BD player, movies, PS5/Ps4...)

--- food -- we don't know what, if anything, is edible in the Jurassic era

4) the animals on my friends farm (he has sheep, cows, chickens, ducks, rabbits)

5) a family of pigs

6) proper seeds for food crops (depending on climate)

7) an old fashioned pull plow


8) a years supply of rations -- need something to eat until crops can be harvested and animals give birth

-- useful
9) a ton of hardenable iron billets and sheets --- to build and repair stuff that is needed

10) other people ---- let's face it who wants to be by themselves for the rest of their life.

--- except for my HT I would not go with anything too modern. What good is an RV without gas, a gun without ammo.... at some point what is needed for them to function will eventually run out
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Anti aircraft gun - for shooting at what?
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Anti aircraft gun - for shooting at what?
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anything trying to eat me lol, I figure it would take out a T -Rex easier than a 45. Most my list is for levity but I was curious to see others lists. Anthony had a fun list. Unfortunately that's as far as this thread has made it lol.
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1- Reynold's plastic wrap
2- Largest container of batteries Costco sells
3- Waterproof flashlight
4- One pot
5- The biggest, all encompassing survival kit that includes a bunch of stuff while still qualifying as one thing on this list.
6- The backpack to carry this stuff
7- Empty canister for holding liquids
8- Tent
9- JCPenny's women attire catalogue (for recreational purposes)

10- and of course
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Old 01-11-2021, 08:28 AM   #11
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1. Rambo knife
2. Machete
3. A grinder to sharpen knives
4. A sleeping bag with pillow attached
5. A Costco/Sam's Club bundle of matches
6. A small jug to fill up with water
7. A duffel bag
8. Pot
9. Compass
10. A small trailer that's about 10-12 feet in length. That way I can train a dinosaur to pull it for me. lol
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Old 01-11-2021, 03:35 PM   #12
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Not a bad idea, hadn't thought of using the dinos as beasts of burden.
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Old 01-16-2021, 03:46 PM   #13
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Not a bad idea, hadn't thought of using the dinos as beasts of burden.
there has been a lot of sci-fi where it has been done. The big question is whether they can be used that way.
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