August | MTF Training Exercise #8
Getting rest is a key component to survival. In order to stay sharp for moments of intense fight or flight, you have to periodically give your mind time to completely check out and unwind. But, how could you possibly find a way to relax when the world you've come to know literally begins to fall apart? Don't worry. This month, we provide you with the prefect relaxation toolthe soothing yin to the yang of the apocalyptic new world.
Congratulations, you're now the owner of the absolute best 3D home entertainment system money can buy…that doesn't require electricity! Sure, the View-Master 3D seems to pale in comparison to those fancy, behemoth flat screens that fill department stores. But once the looting begins on December 21, those same high-priced electronics that are so coveted today will be collecting dust on the shelves, as there won't be electricity to power them. In fact, don't be shocked to see that the cardboard used to package those TVs will be in greater demand than the TV itself.
But I digress. Back to the star of the month! Let's highlight the apocalyptic features of the View-Master 3D:
- No electricity required
- Ultra lightweight
- Uber portable
- Life-like 3D images
- Most Disney movies are available in View-Master 3D format
- No sound to give away your position to potential predators
That's right, we've come full circle back to the View-Master as an entertainment solution. Originally making its debut in 1939 at the New York World's Fair, the View-Master was intended as an alternative to the scenic postcard. The main subjects of View-Master disks were Carlsbad Caverns and the Grand Canyon. …This one has pictures of Dora the Explorer and some parrots…Learn more about the evolutoin of the View Master.