Monday, November 19, 2012
Is this vital container missing from your urban survival bug-out bag?
If you've ever read my e-book Invisible Money (currently being revised), you know what vital container is missing from this partial list for your urban survival bug-out bag.
No, it’s not food, rigid water containers, flashlights, batteries, two-way radios, a multi-tool, paracord, or mylar blankets. Neither is it maps, water proof matches, a signal mirror, safety whistles, hand sanitizer, a first aid kit, or ponchos.
What’s missing is a can of fruit cocktail that does not contain any fruit. Instead, it should contain cash in various denominations. Depending on the domination, a hollow can safe with a screw bottom can contain anywhere from $200 up to $5,000 or more. So here are two questions about the contents of your urban survival bug-out bag:
1. Does it contain an ample supply of cash? If not, why not?
2. Is this cash well-hidden in a can safe of some kind? If not, why not?
Add these to your urban survival bug-out bag:
A small marine air horn, some whistles, and a Kubotan. For details, check out Dirty Tricks for Savvy Chicks. The information in this newly-revised ebook on self defense applies to guys as well as gals, and especially to senior citizens.