I would never advocate keeping a prisoner against his will, or putting anyone in restraints who does not WANT to be restrained. However, I must admit, many times I have beat off thinking about American prisoners of war in Vietnam, being kept tied up or locked in small, uncomfortable cages. Is that wrong?
A while back, CREUSS sent along a set of instructions on how to build a bamboo cage. Batard4skin writes:
Cages are a sort of cubic box. As you know, in tropical regions, bamboo grows fast, easily and is very solid. You can make many thinks with bamboo.
You cut the bamboo sticks first, and you make a sort of ladder crossing the two main bars with smaller ones, and you tie them all with leaves you pick up on some plants (can’t remember the name now). Those natural ties are really solid and efficient.
To prevent the bars from slipping, you make some cuttings in the bamboo, to keep it in place.
You make four equal panels like this, then two smaller ones. Then you build the box.
When you tie the panels together, they are firmly held. The bamboo is flexible enough not to break easily, or if you have some pressure on it.
As you are normally hands tied up in your back in such a cage, it is really escape-proof.
Thanks for the information, CREUSS!
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