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fishing pole
by: zane

As far as the fishing pole go's its a bulky item i would leave at home in a survival situtaion u can tie the string onto a stick and off u go.
and dryer lint makes a excelent fire starter.

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Kit
by: Anonymous

I think everyone should bring a small container filled with tinder and kindling, for fires. You could easily get sick looking for it in the cold, and fires should be able to be built fast. I made my own, with lots of sticks and twigs at the bottom, and dry pine needles and such at the top. It was also small enough to fit into your pocket!

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Salt
by: Tom

Salt is rare in most inland areas and essential to health - even life where sweating is profuse. Include some salt in your survival kit. It can also be used to attract wildlife. (It can also be obtained from animal blood.)

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Neosporin
by: Todd Owen

Who has never heard of this product ? You can not go into any drug store ,Wal Greens,Target,gas station, anywhere in the US and not find this product.Doctors have recommended this product so often for YEARS and YEARS that its a house hold name. IMO !!!!

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Neosporin
by: Anonymous

I would change "neosporin" to "Triple antibiotic ointment" to have more recognition. In addition to that, some people are allergic to a component in neosporin, so "polysporin" is a hypoallergenic substitute.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Neosporin

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?????
by: Anonymous

What on earth is "neosporin'? You in Florida may know it well, but we folk in the real world have never heard of that Brand Name. It ought to have a real name.

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