Tag Archives: Survival

How ready are you right now?

My first encounter with “prepper” life was reading a book by secretive author Claude Hopkins called, The Lost Ways. For its worth, an excellent read stocked full of recipes, anecdotes, and tech. from old times still applicable today. It was … Continue reading

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The day the US dollar dies

I’ll be the first one to tell you that I am no economic expert. Nor do I completely understand the way the US dollar functions in relationship to the global economy other than its dominant role in international commerce. However, … Continue reading

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Pitch black and terrified

Earlier this morning I was reading a creepy story about a man camping and his son camping on a lake for the night. After a long day of outdoor activities, fishing and eating chow by the campfire the two tuckered … Continue reading

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It was hell down there

I was reading about huge underground tunnel systems under major cities across the United States and questions about what they were originally designed for and in the case of fallout as to whether or not they would be good as … Continue reading

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Don’t let the Poo hit you where it hurts

Natural disasters produce results. Some good some bad, I’ll lead with good. People come together, help each other, forget “differences,” and pray (more). I’ve heard it said that in war, even the atheists pray (“God if you’re out there….”). When … Continue reading

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Government crack-down on “bad apples” exposes its true nature

Anyone who thinks a strong central government is a great idea is nutzo. I’ll tell you why in two words, no, actually three words. First two words, human nature. The third, sin. People (e.g., humans nature) always get their kicks … Continue reading

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Remarkable off-grid pioneer makes homemade toothpaste, bread, and brew-haha

I don’t know, but you may have heard of the man Mark Boyle, living in the rural outer reaches of Ireland’s countryside. My kind f guy, this bloke gave up his well educated, up-and-coming-professional lifestyle and profession, as an organic … Continue reading

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