I was doing some work on Part III of the EMP series when my wife called my attention to an insidious problem. “Unsorted Bag” of our medical preps had become contaminated. This was a small bag plastic /vinyl bag about 15″ long, 7″ wide with a zipper closure along the top, and two flexible handles. [...]
There is a definite increase in interest for bomb /fallout /blast /weather /bio-chem attack shelters this last year. Doomsday Bunkers helped raise general awareness among the average Joe and Jane. Prepper interest, though, seems to have leaped from “I’d like to….” to “Maybe we can sell off a few things and get on board. People [...]
My dad ran this as one of his antennas in the 70s. A Hy Gain Super Penetrator. It claims great range. Well, we chatted with people across the country under skip conditions – really! We did! Amazing antenna.
Cost him $110 then at Radio Shack. Here it is for $149. NOS. I almost did it….. [...]
A reply to a series of videos from a YouTube user by the name of StankMouthCharlie.
Stank Mouth posted a quartet of videos with the title “Why Most Doomsday Preppers Will Die.” They can be found here:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=R1bch3BVgl4 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HVodljGX5wg http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BLSmP-WGv-U http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sEhWw6YbQgQ
In Charlie’s series, he covers a number of issues relating to the foolishness of [...]
Pulled from a post on a forum, and cleaned up for usage here.
Your generator can give away your state of preparedness to lots of people at just the wrong time. To keep it and your other supplies from being borrowed, you need to keep it quiet enough so that only the closest people can [...]
Localized or even regional disasters have a shelf life. After a while, they aren’t such a big deal any more. But while they are here, the loss of power that sometimes comes with them should be something you include in your planning.
The news reports leading up to expected trouble, such as we see with [...]