Drew Peche

Feb 22

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131 :名無しさん@十周年:2009/07/20(月) 11:12:01 ID:F9JibGu+0
こんなときの対処法

1.とにかくくっつく。南極のペンギンよろしく、とにかく密着して体温の低下を防ぐ。
  体力がある人間が外側になり、ローテーションで交代する。
2.寝ない。寝ると体温が劇的に低下し、回復が難しくなる。ナイフで斜面の側壁に穴を掘るなどすればよい。
  汗をかかないように注意。ただし、食料の残量に不安がある場合はこの限りではない。
3.2で掘った穴入る。かなり暖かい。
4.靴を脱ぐ。靴を脱いでタオルなどで捲く。このほうが体温を維持できる。
5.枯れ枝などがあれば、地面に並べてマットの代わりにする。大地との接触は体温を失う大きな原因。
6.騒がない、叫ばない。しかし励ましあうことは忘れない。人間は心が折れなければ意外と強い。
  大抵の人間は3~4週間くらい食べなくても死なない。重要なのは、そのくらいでは死なないということを知っておくこと。

乾燥した替えの下着、寝袋、コンロ、水・食料、そして肉厚で中型のシースナイフ一本は、必ず個々人が携行すべき。
非常事態では緊急事態で役に立つ道具をしっかりと装備していることが、精神的な支えになる。
それから炎には人の心を奮い立たせる不思議な心理的効果があるので、とにかく非常事態には火をたくこと。
当然後始末には気をつけて。

” — 複数客が出発前に「中止した方がいい」とガイドに 出発後も「引き返したほうがいい」と訴える★2 (via reservoir) (via pcatan) (via petapeta) (via tnoma) (via tohya) (via otsune) (via gkojax)
2009-07-21 (via gkojay) (via mnak) (via iyoupapa) (via leditor)

“Life would be dull without creepers.” — Fear and Gaming: Being and Nothingness and “Minecraft” (via solipsism)

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2310) I go through my submitted secrets and look at the likes and reblogs, and I send them anonymous love. Half because I want them to know they’re not alone, half because I wish there weren’t others like me.

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“A number of you that are reading this might be thinking that we’d have to be crazy to think that our small team can actually re-invent television and compete effectively against a landscape of distribution giants like cable companies, satellite companies, and huge online companies. We are crazy. All entrepreneurs need to be. If it was easy, everyone would be doing it and there would be no naysayers. We are nothing if not a team that believes in the value of convictions, thoughtful stubbornness, and the relentless pursuit of better ways.” — Jason Kilar, Hulu CEO.  Though it may have well been me. (via danspinosa)

(Source: blog.hulu.com, via femmebot)

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If you could make one person fall in love with you who would it be?

kateheatherfay:

Hmmp! Genie ka ba? Hindi kita papatulan, baka maniwala ako.

Ask me anything

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Anonymous asked: <p>I find, among other hoarding behaviors of mine, I hoard images. I&#8217;m forever downloading online pictures that appeal to me.</p>

ifiwereahoarder:

This, I think, is where hoarding and tumblring intersect… 

"You’re on the internet all the time."

castieltakethewheel:

I know, I should use my time more wisely with underage drinking and having sex with complete strangers while hopped up on drugs.

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Man on the Train

netflixmoviesthatdontsuck:

Fabulous French film about a bank robber taken in by a local retired poetry teacher in a small town.  A friendship ensues  with each man getting a glimpse of the life that he would have liked to have had. 

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Anonymous asked: <p>WHERE WOULD YOU MOST LIKE TO VISIT ON YOUR PLANET?</p>

gelou:

paris :)

Cinch -

jemerick:

macappsthatrock:

($6.99) – Cinch gives you simple, mouse-driven window management by defining the left, right, and top edges of your screen as ‘hot zones’. Drag a window until the mouse cursor enters one of these zones then drop the window to have it cinch into place. Cinching to the left or right edges of the screen will resize the window to fill exactly half the screen, allowing you to easily compare two windows side-by-side (splitscreen). Cinching to the top edge of the screen will resize the window to fill the entire screen (fullscreen). Dragging a window away from its cinched position will restore the window to its original size.

SizeUp by the same developer is also pretty awesome but it is not on the mac app store yet.

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