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Anyone here wish they had stored some water or other preps for the power outages that hit the northeast during the recent snowstorms?
Being on a property with a well, no power means no running water. Having water stored in WaterBricks along with a Berkey Water Filter meant that I was good for water for a long time. I could even pour the stored water down the toilet to flush. What did you experience?
Get off the internet and start prepping. Why? Things are more risky and crazy than ever.
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An interview with James Wesley Rawles of SurvivalBlog on how to survive a nuclear war. Crazy concept, but there's some good information to know here: http://mikedillard.com/how-to-survive-nuclear-war/
Bugging in versus bugging out? It may be much smarter to stay put than bugging out and becoming a fugitive. Nice article with some helpful tips.
Might be a good time to look at your stocks and 401K to see what risks you are taking in your investments. No one can ever be sure of the timing, but when it goes bust, it's gonna be bad. Get a safe and hold several months living expenses in physical cash. Consider gold and silver too.
The current bubble is just as insane as in 2008... except MUCH bigger.
Solid article about becoming a prepper.
In the words of my friend the survival mom, "Keep on Prepping".
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Lets put our national debt in perspective...
A thousand seconds is about 16 minutes.
A million seconds is about 11 days.
A billion seconds is about 32 years....
And one trillion seconds is about 32,000 years.
Holy crap! A trillion is a lot.
And we have over 18 Trillion in debt as a nation. That's simply unsustainable from a purely mathematical perspective.
Economic collapse is one of my biggest concerns.
What's yours? Comment below.
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