Description These are the remnants of 1001 Survival Tips...And More! - a collection of tips and tricks concerning the skill of survival. It is often rather disjointed and confusing. All in all, it doesn't seem to be very reliable... or helpful in a survival situation. Some excerpts: Tip #71: Remember to always lead with the right hand when casting a nanoscript. The right hand is seen by almost all default NCUs as the lead, or "casting" hand, meaning that the action with this hand will ultimately decide the first real code within the script. Leading with your left hand simply builds up nanobots that, eventually, may just go to waste. This shaves off a precious millisecond which can mean the difference between survival and having a knife jammed into your ribs. Tip #129: Make sure that you always get them before they get you. Tip #302: When entering a new town, always make sure to head to the local bar first. This is before you sleep, before you get a shower, before you do anything else (unless you're bleeding profusely, in which case go visit the doctor first, THEN go to the bar). The local bar is always a wealth of information to anyone new in town, and will often serve as a fine place to find your next bit of employment. Tip #466: No matter what anyone says, there's no shame in killing giant rats. Everyone has to start somewhere, and no matter where you end up, there's always someone wanting a dead giant rat. Tip #563: Double-check your offensive programs before you leave the house. Too often scripts will become jumbled, lost, or otherwise messed up in your virtual folder. Always make sure that everything's where you want it to be, sorted to your preference, and laid out for maximum efficiency (see Tips #48 - #145 for more on nanos). Tip #743: As noted in Tip #244, tea bags have an infinite variety of uses. However, there's always one jerk who will want to give you crap over drinking tea. Particularly if in a new town, use this as an opportunity to assert yourself. Any drunken idiot can win a bar fight. It takes a real man to win a bar fight while enjoying a cup of Earl Grey. Tip #1000: There's only one more tip after this one, and this tip is devoted to that tip. If you haven't followed anything else in this book, follow the next tip (and this one, as this tip is telling you to listen to that tip, and if you ignored it then you'd ignore Tip #1001 and that'd make all of this kind of pointless). Tip #1001 is... The book stops there. The page containing Tip #1001 has been ripped out from the spine.
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