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    Prepare for Doomsday! :P

    So I saw this commercial on the tube for the first time today:



    I remember seeing these on one of those documentaries a while back with all the people who lived and breathed disaster readiness.
    I way actually surprised they were able to get away without the commercial being too cheesy.

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    Going to have to turn my boxers inside this time, darn it :banghead:

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    It's like Y2K all over again.
    4k mmmkay

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    This is legit product placement for the Doomsday Preppers tv show.

    Also, if I had a Titan Vault, I wouldn't call it that. I'd call it VAULT 101 and I would hope it would come with a pip-boy and some Rad-X.


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    Ima get one of these!!!




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    Who care's, time has a start and an end...
    Plato and Aristotle, a detail of The School of Athens, a fresco by Raphael. Aristotle gestures to the earth, representing his belief in knowledge

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