Storytime. The time I brought B-2 units to School.

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Storytime. The time I brought B-2 units to School.

Postby roncamp » Tue Nov 14, 2017 8:18 pm

So this took place 2-3 years ago in a tiny tiny town called Coleville. In this town lies a High school with 60 kids in it. I was a Senior and I brought to school a Can opener and 20 B-2 Units. And I was like. COME ALL COME ALL BOYS AND GIRLS FEAST ON CRACKERS OLDER THEN ME OLDER THEN YOU. And i literally dared my classmates/teachers to eat the crackers. some kid ate 3 whole cans. None of the B2 units were earlier then 1976. The cans were stored quite nicely in a garage and in coleville its quiet cold so they were nicely preserved. Only 2 teachers ate them. One was like. OH GOD C RADS. we had to eat the old stock of these before we got the new MRE's.
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Re: Storytime. The time I brought B-2 units to School.

Postby Telemachus » Wed Nov 15, 2017 3:57 pm

roncamp wrote: None of the B2 units were earlier then 1976.


Does that mean no kid could sample an olden days smoke? I ask that as I'm not entirely sure when smoko's were taken out of US rations!
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Re: Storytime. The time I brought B-2 units to School.

Postby Simon2002mre » Wed Nov 15, 2017 9:17 pm

Telemachus wrote:
roncamp wrote: None of the B2 units were earlier then 1976.


Does that mean no kid could sample an olden days smoke? I ask that as I'm not entirely sure when smoko's were taken out of US rations!

To your first question, I don't know if anybody had any, but the smokes were taken out in 1975.
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