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: "Castaway" - Might help me keep a grip on reality, while sustaining hope. Book: The Bible - Anything else would just get old real fast; at least re-reading the Bible over and over would be good for me. Album: "Beach Boys 20 Greatest Hits" Drink: Fine. WATER. (I tried to find some way around this, some way to bring my Dew. Maybe if the island has some sort of spring or regular rainfall; then I would choose Mt. Dew.) Weapon: Nuclear submarine. What? That's cheating? Fine, I'll also choose Herb's monster Leatherman.
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.
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
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