What's your desert island list?
You get one movie, one book, one album, one drink and one weapon.
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Movie=Superman
Book=The Story of King Arthur and His Knights, Howard Pyle
Album=Pink Floyd, Dark Side of the Moon
Drink=Water
Weapon=Spear
The Ten Commandments
The Bible
Just about any Chet Atkins will do
A large water
My largest Leatherman

Gee, hope this doesn't date me or anything!
Movie: Tombstone
Book: Hunting with Hemmingway
Album: Pink Floyd Ummagumma - if you are going to be stuck by yourself on a desert island, might as well have some crazy fun.
drink: water - give me water, I will brew beer.
Weapon- 10 inch knife
Movie = Who cares, there is no electricity. Although a well edged DVD may make a good weapon
Book = Some sort of exhaustive survivalists guide
Album = To be played on what?
Drink = Vodka tonic W/ Lemon. Served so cold it almost hurts the back of the throat.
Weapon = Compound bow.
Dude obviously there will be electricity in the underground science bunkers!
My bad.

Movie = The Quiet Man
Album = Soundtrack to Braveheart
yeh, weren't underground bunkers implied?
Movie: The Warriors
Book: The Bible, just because Im going to have a lot of time to sit down and actually read it.
Album: The Offspring: Smash
Drink: water if its a survival thing. otherwise Havana Club rum
Weapon: Machete
Movie: The Goonies
Book: The Art of Manliness book, of course ;)
Album: Rolling Stone top 500
Drink: A nice scotch Glenfiddich, Glenlivet...any Glen
Weapon: Can't go past a Machete
Movie: Dr. Strangelove
Book: The Swiss Family Robinson
Album: Tommy
Drink: Water
Weapon: Francisca (throwing axe)
Movie - Casablanca
Book - The Hitchhiker's guide to the galaxy 5 book trilogy collector's edition.
Album - Nivana Unplugged in New York
Drink - Water
Weapon - The most famous fixed blade knife in the World - "the KA-BAR" - was designed to serve our troops during World War II and is still doing its job, with honors, more than 50 years later.
Hmm.

Points for Ray "Chuck Norris" Daniels for choosing his bare hands as weapon of choice, but points also to TEK and the KA-BAR.

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