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Top 30 Black Friday Deals for Preppers

  It’s not all about toys and electronics on Black Friday, there are some great deals for preppers and survivalists too! If you are out standing in line and fighting the crowds you might as well pick up a few things to add to your preps and gear.  Check your local ads, your favorite stores […]

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Surviving a Mob Protest

The Occupy Wall Street movement has spread to other states and is now spreading to Europe and Asia. We have seen civil unrest in Egypt and London in the past year. Thanks to social media it has become even easier and quicker to organize a protest. I think we will continue to see more social […]

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Do You Know Your Passwords?

Last weekend my credit union went to a new online system. When I tried to log on to my account it wasn’t accepting my password. After a couple more failed attempts it locked me out! I had to wait until the next day to call them when they opened at 9am  to have my password […]

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32 Events You Should Have Been Prepared For This Year

On this 10th anniversary of 9/11, if you need a reminder of why you should prep and be prepared for the unexpected here is a list of 32 events you should have been prepared for so far this year. January: New Year’s Eve, 2010 more than 5,000 dead red-winged blackbirds and starlings were found in […]

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Don’t Touch That Doorknob!

Saw the movie Contagion yesterday. Must see movie for all preppers.The movie is similar to other pandemic movies, starts out in Hong Kong and spreads quickly around the world. The threat is very real. We saw with swine flu how quickly the virus can spread. A more deadly virus could easily be far more disastrous […]

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Tornado Preparedness

Memorial Day is usually considered the kick off to summer and also tornado season. We have seen the death and destruction left by the tornado’s path the past couple of weeks and over the next few months we will probably see additional destruction by new tornado’s. But you don’t have to be a victim. Being […]

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America’s Middle Class Crisis

Came across this interesting article on the America’s Middle Class Crisis: The Sobering Facts. The first sobering fact is: “There are 8.5 million people receiving unemployment insurance and over 40 million receiving food stamps.” The first thing I think of is what do 40 million people do when there is no food to buy with […]

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A Dollar for a Can of Soup!

Stopped at the grocery store earlier today for a few things, a few things always turns into $50. I noticed they had soup on sale 10 for $10. Really? A buck each for a can of cream of mushroom soup? It doesn’t seem that many years ago a can of soup was .29¢. I have […]

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Zombies-Oh My!

Zombies are a great theme for a post apocalyptic world. There are websites devoted to zombie survival, zombie guns and how to kill zombies. But if you are preparing to take on the flesh eating undead you may be wasting your time. Or are you? There may be a different type of zombie you need […]

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The $100 Prep Challenge-Part 1

Many people are aware they should stock up on food and supplies just in case, but most are not sure where to start, how much they need or what to buy. Others think they have to spend thousands for a years supply of dehydrated food so they never start. Others say they don’t have any […]

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