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The Worst-Case Scenario Survival Handbook by Joshua Piven
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Nov 30, 09

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Read in November, 2009

A fun reference with lots of practical advice for survival in various situations. I liked the scope of the book, which ranged from detailed instructions on how to land a plane and cross a river infested with piranhas. It had a fun humor to it as well, with advice on how to ditch a meeting at work and still get credit for being there, how to escape from the trunk of a car, and how to find out the name of someone you wake up next to after drinking too much. All directions were very specific. For example on the how to land a plane section, step 1 was remove the unconscious or dead pilot from the seat.

This is a nice book for my reference collection.

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