Posted by: cranky | July 4, 2008

4th of July Fireworks Safety

First of all, God bless America.  We are very, very fortunate to live in this wonderful country. 

The Hostages’ have in their sidebar an admonition to not place lit firecrackers in your ass.  Because maybe this might happen.

Speaking of pain.

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  1. BTW, cranky, you mentioned over at my place, you were interested in MREs for emergencies. Here you go.

    http://www.mreinfo.com/civilian/mre/civilian-mres.html

  2. Thanks man. I checked the link and followed the one for MREs C (contractor version). Twelve meals for $80 seems like a really good price. The meal choices are far superior to anything they had back in my day. If you ate three a day you’d be consuming more than 4,000 calories.

    Do you know how long MREs are good for? Would they still be safe to eat after a few years?

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  4. BILLY MAYS HERE!!!

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  5. BILLY MAYS HERE!!! WITH OXY NUMBERS!!!

    Fixed it for you. You’re welcome.

  6. Thanks.

  7. You’re welcome.

  8. Cranky, generally, 3 years stored at 80F is the standard. In a cool dry place? I’ve had luck with 12 years. Since they are cheap, I’d plan on rotating every 18 months or so, by using them for camping or some such thing.

    When I came back from Saudi in 91, I was feted at a party hosted by a Cordon Blue grad. He asked me to serve MREs. I did, and it weren’t too bad.


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