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Sun Jun 20, 2004 12:10 pm

Right, hypothetically speaking, warm clothes just in case.

Hypothetically, would your sister know that you would hypothetically save her? And would she want to be saved? Hypothetically speaking?

Also, are you thinking of the hypothetical consequences for both you and your sister if you do manage to hypothetically save her?

Sun Jun 20, 2004 12:16 pm

Hypothetically I forgot to add burlap sack onto the hypothetical list of things you should take on your hypothetical excursion. In all sense of Hypotheticalness, won't the old man just drive over to your house and take her back...?

Sun Jun 20, 2004 12:25 pm

Hypothetically, I would advise you to not hypothetically try to do that because it is hypothetically against the law and you could hypothetically get hurt. Hypothetically, if you have a hypothetical problem with your dad, you should hypothetically call the police if he is hypothetically hurting your sister. Hypothetically.

Sun Jun 20, 2004 2:23 pm

Hypothetically, I wouldn't go it alone. If you have proof that your father is instable to then degree that he is physically absuive, go straight to the police.

Sun Jun 20, 2004 3:05 pm

List of things:
Duct tape (comes in handy)

$100

pocket knife

sleeping pills

cell phone

good shoes for running

easy way to transport sister (rental car?)

sunglasses, many alternate outfits, so if someone chases after you, you can disguise yourself.

food

water



make sure you don't break many laws

Sun Jun 20, 2004 3:10 pm

We all know this isn't hypothetical and you're willing to attempt to get your sister back from your father. :roll: How old are you again?

Sun Jun 20, 2004 3:16 pm

Hypothetically:
-cell phone
-rope
-crow bar
-something like a bat to be used to knock people unconsious (hypothetically, and the crow bar can probably be used too)
-paper clip (for locked doors)
-duct tape (for tying people up and sticking stuff together)
-money (for food, gas for a car, bus fares, etc.)
-good shoes (two pairs, possibly)
-anti-sleeping pills (or a lot of caffine, though the latter isn;t recommended as it would make you more easily frightened and jittery)
-disguises, even hair dye if necessary
-food and water

And yes, don't go alone. If you have solid proof that your father is (hypothetically) abusive, contact the police. If not, at least have back-up of some kind.

Sun Jun 20, 2004 3:26 pm

Bring more than $20, because there can be a lot of accidents and you'll need the extra money.

EDIT: Hypothetically, of course.
Last edited by Sakura on Sun Jun 20, 2004 3:32 pm, edited 1 time in total.

Sun Jun 20, 2004 3:30 pm

Hmmm:

Chinese throwing stars
Ninja suit
and a fold-up football pitch.

That's the key to everything. Or you could just follow someone else's plans.

Sun Jun 20, 2004 3:46 pm

I agree with everyopne. Take a lot more than $20. Hypothetically, I would also take a cell phone with at least $20 in it. I would also take lots of soda& diluting juice and, if attainable, freeze dried food (like space food). I would also take a backpack to store stuff in, and I would also take a panic button or panic alarm, y'no, those things that make a loud piercing noise when you remove the pin. I, hypothetically, wouldn't take anything really heavy as it would only slow you down. Also take a Grappeling hook if possible. It's a rope that makes it easier to climb up and down things. I would also take a sleeping bag and running shoes. And wear your lightest clothes, but pack warm clothes for at night..... hypothetically.

Sun Jun 20, 2004 5:10 pm

Also, if you do plan to take your sister away from an abusive parent, try not to snatch her. See if you could take her shopping or something, and once you're out of the parent's line of sight make a break for it. And keep in mind that what you will be doing can (and probably will) be considered kidnapping by many, especially your father, who'll use that to his advantage and get you punished and custody of your sister (again).

Sun Jun 20, 2004 5:39 pm

You forgot to add "hypothetically," to follow suite.

Sun Jun 20, 2004 5:44 pm

Hypothetically, I have nothing to suggest, but good luck with whatever you plan to do and take care. *hugs*

Sun Jun 20, 2004 6:28 pm

162 wrote:
Christopher wrote:Hypothetically eh? Yeah right

All I can recommend is a Cellphone to call the cops if it gets messy.


Well, so far (hypothetically), I've got:
A pocket knife, in case it gets messy.
A cell phone.
$20.
Warm clothes.
Running boots.
Rope.
Sleeping pills.
Gloves.
Bobby pins (They come in handy- a lot.)

Of course, this is all hypothetical.


Extra clothes for her, non-perishable food, MORE than $20 (gas prices!), and depending on what age she is, something to keep her busy.

Sun Jun 20, 2004 6:43 pm

162 wrote:It's only a hypothetical public bus!
And hypothetically, I'm leaving Friday next week, so in my hypothetical wallet there's only 20 hypothetical dollars.
Hypothetically.


Hypothetically, I would steal more from my mother. Since it is for a hypothetically good reason, I doubt my mother would hypothetically angry.

Hypothetically, I might take a voice recorder. To record any hypothetical threats from a hypothetical angry/violent father that I'd hypothetically encounter. Hypothetically, it might come in handy in the future should you have to go to court concerning the hypothetical angry/violent father.
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