According to the report, residents of Taman Sri Titingan, a government housing project, are demanding compensation for the “trauma” of knowing that they had been consuming befouled water and they also want all the pipes supplying water to their homes and water tanks replaced. The story goes that the dead guy went into the tank to swim in the middle of the night when the grim reaper decided that he shall die there.
Hilarious, but looking at the picture, something else came to my mind.
How big is the water tank?
Can I afford to buy one?
Unlike a shipping contenna, plastic water tank is fairly easy to get from nearby hardware store. Any person can buy large water tank priced under a thousand or two ringgit. Below are some images I found in the internet of large water tanks affordable by any middle income preppers.
Forget about buying shipping contenna. There's not much time left and definitely not enough money in the savings account for me. I need something cheap and fast.
Burying a metal shipping contenna underground would be great for any preppers. Having an underground bunker is like a wet dream come true for most. But shipping contenna is so damn expensive and attract too many unwanted attention. Just imagine paying the truck driver to haul your recently bought contenna to a middle of nowhere and then told him to put it down into a huge hole so you can bury it.. in Malaysia that will definitely get people talking.
Being pathetic and poor, I don't need a bunker capable of withstanding a nuclear explosion. I just need a foxhole large enough for me to hide during civil unrest until members of society come to their senses.
So my question is, will the illustration below work in real life?