Survival Thinking: Thai Flood Hacks

26 February, 2012
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I found this Tumblr page a little while back. It’s amusing, albeit about a not-so-amusing topic, but for our purposes demonstrates something I want everyone to develop: good survival thinking skills. This Tumblr page is a collection of photos from south-east Asia, primarily Thailand and some of the clever ways that locals have come up with to deal with flooding. Almost none of these require thousands of dollars in fancy survival supplies or extensive training. They’re just clever.

Anyway, no heavy lessons today. Just enjoy some entertaining photos. 🙂

http://thai-flood-hacks.tumblr.com/

 

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One Response to Survival Thinking: Thai Flood Hacks

  1. 27 February, 2012 at 6:51 am

    Adversity brings out the best (and worst) in humanity. Also, as whacky as some of these might seem, remaining positive, active and productive is a key survival trait from a morale point of view, though you probably want to stop short of wasteful expenditures and unnecessary risks.

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