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Discussion in 'The Lounge' started by dontoe, Mar 2, 2006.
Some of their answers are just plain wrong, according to my training.
What the hell? They're all "be a victim and pray" answers
I'm pretty sure if a shark has me in it's mouth I'm ****ed anyways, can taking my aggression out on it really be all that bad?
Well, now I feel better about my 9/17 score!
...besides...they never account for you possibly having a weapon in any of these. I have a small knife on me most of the time just for utility but if it came to that...
12/17, but at least I'm alive. Who here swims in the ocean without a knife?
I do, on an almost daily basis during the summer. A dive knife would get in the way while surfing, and I'm not real worried about a shark attack. I got a 12/17, by the way.
You guys talking about how that quiz goes against your training - what training have you had and what parts of the quiz?
Training was USMC - as an example, I was taught to keep a snakebite below the heart, tie a semi-loose tourniquet between the bite and the heart, and keep activity (and therefore heartrate) to a minimum.
I guess a dumb girl without any training stays alive longer...
What do you call someone without a weapon?
There's another t shirt - "Where's the shoot it in the head option?"
10/17 i am screwed
alot were not right from what i have always been told
but hey whatever
I thought it was a joke when I saw the tornado Q's it looked like a giant ass...
That's a ****ed up question because I read a story a few years ago about a guy who got attacked by a shark and survived because he punched it in the snout.................................
If I was ever actually ttacked by a shark I would probably s**t myself to death anyway. I don't even like hooking the things, and thats in a boat with a club and a .45.
Never inflate your lifejacket before hitting the water.
Mythbusters proved that you should punch the shark in the snout.
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