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Red Cross Blackout Buddy Emergency LED flashlight two for $14 @ Amazon

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This is a solid deal. I owned this and also bought them as gifts. Two for $14, Prime shipping or free shipping if >$25.

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Perfect for all your bombogenic storm needs!

Just kidding OP. I'm buying these for the inevitable zombie apocalypse.
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Just kidding OP. I'm buying these for the inevitable zombie apocalypse.
I'm sorry, but I am not seeing how these could be used in any helpful way against a zombie attack force.
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I'm sorry, but I am not seeing how these could be used in any helpful way against a zombie attack force.
Somebody's been watching too much Walking Dead.

Sure crossbows and pistol caliber carbines get all the attention, but when the grid goes down as society collapses, how do you think people are going to see to find those weapons on those first critical nights?

And don't get me started about wet wipes and granola bars ...
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