And had a kanife
@Drunk Pantless Uncle, he was a man.
For real tho: I highly recommend carrying a tourniquet everywhere you go if you can. Just an inch of sharp metal can open a vital artery; WAM- More than 1/2 of your blood is on the floor around you, while you slowly fall asleep- It can be as quick as 30 seconds depending on the veins but that's irrelevant. You wouldn't be able to do anything anyway without the right tool. Better to have it and never need it, then never have it and need it.
@FlyingLegHair, great idea, is a belt enough or maybe something smaller?
@FlyingLegHair, yes!! But also, if you don’t have one with you, make shift ones can help. Piece of fabric, belt, etc. everyone should get trained in first aid and CPR. Even if you never use it, it will give you confidence in scary situations.
@megamanx181x, as a last resort a belt will work better than nothing but an actual tourniquet with a windlass is best. The CAT and SOF-T Wide are the best, simple to use, and can be found for $30 or less. Just be careful buying on Amazon because people will sell fakes
@alphy616, awesome info, I’m going to try and make this an everyday carry on me.
@megamanx181x, that's a great idea. The two tourniquets I mentioned are pretty compact and easy to carry but I know there's places out there that make belt and ankle carriers for them. For anyone who is interested https://stopthebleed.usuhs.edu is a good website to learn the basics on controlling bleeding and applying tourniquets
@alphy616, they look very easy everyday carry, I carry a knife on my everyday as a tool and last means of defense. Be wise to also carrying something like this just in case.
@megamanx181x, I carry a knife too and have thankfully only ever used it for opening boxes and cutting desserts.
@Fairy Squad Mother, ditto
He probably hates puppies too
@crazysheep, Cop: We're gonna beat and rape him for that one no one can legally hate puppies anymore
Mhm that narrows it down to a lot
"I know exactly who did this" *points at Greg*