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July 16, 1986

For $79.15, John Stalcup of Sausalito will sell you a duffel bag containing a flashlight and batteries, first-aid items, a radio, water bottle, water purification tablets, knife, blanket, compass, matches, stove, gloves, wire handsaw, tube tent, mess kit, cutlery, rope and food. Just in case the big one hits. Stalcup calls it an earthquake preparedness kit and claims that it will keep two people alive for at least three days. He predicts that more than 10,000 of them will be bought by year's end.

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