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  • #16
    NASA, Homeland Security (to the in-crowd), CDC, FEMA, Joint Chiefs of Staff, and Norway, are either actively prepping or encouraging their employees to prep.

    What do they know that we don't?
    "If Howdy Doody runs against him, I'm voting for the puppet." - SkyOwl's Wife, 2012

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    • #17
      We are essentially headed toward the same situation Russia was in, in the early 90s....

      Broke....with horrific inflation

      You had to have a wheel barrel full of rubles to buy a potato....

      As folks made the transition....a lot suffered from malnutrition....mix that with bad hygiene and lack of good medical care.....and it was a disaster waiting to happen.

      Look on the bright side....The hierarchy of their gov't didn't have to suffer.....and they have almost made it back to a solid "poverty" level.

      Happy days ahead....
      Live like you'll die tomorrow, learn like you'll live forever.

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      • #18
        Originally posted by Echo2 View Post
        The Suburban will have the youngins and a trailer hooked to it....headed to the BOL.

        man that is hard core. I hope the kids get to wear goggles. LOL.

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        • #19
          I hate to re-rail, but I wanted to follow up with another mind numbing observation. As it turns out, folks who volunteered and "just showed up" to help with the clean up of the tornado's aftermath (see original post video - page 1)... well guess what... many were not "registered with the city's clean up efforts" and "they were fined hundreds of dollars for their efforts." Further, the local press (mouthpiece) indicated "no more volunteers were needed."

          Can somebody tell me when and where local government was granted the authority to tell me when and where I can and can't help out my fellow citizens/neighbors?

          RA

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          • #20
            its in paragraph ten, section c, sub section 1-2 " we have the power to do what we want regardless of common sense. "

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            • #21
              Originally posted by TennOutdoors View Post
              its in paragraph ten, section c, sub section 1-2 " we have the power to do what we want regardless of common sense. "
              Live like you'll die tomorrow, learn like you'll live forever.

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              • #22
                I watched a whole slew of interviews with the financial "Know-it-alls" who have ALL said we are in for the great depression come Fall. Donald Trump is warning everyone quite a bit, but it doesn't hit mainstream news because if everyone in a city knew this, the grocery store aisles would be cleared in less than an hour. Stock up NOW. The food prices are going up, but it will hit BAD in the fall, when the flooded farmlands do not produce the yield and the reserves we are supposed to have are gone. There is going to be a food problem.
                All the farmers know it (including me). This month it is time to plant broccoli, cucumber, more beans and next month garlic and lettuces. You can plant a lot in a small area. We are learning to can and buying extra at Farmer's Markets and putting it away. We just starting getting dairy goats. There are so many things we can all do to have a little extra stored and then you have something to trade. Maybe I have beans and you have medical supplies. i just believe that if everyone does their best, we will be able to support ourselves and each other. The worst has not come yet. I am trying to think differently and be inspired by the creativity and survival of those who became great people during and because of the depression and to embrace living a new way before it hits us and we are not ready. A few items I have discovered to be of great comfort are: a woodburning stove that we can also cook on, mushroom water purifiers, DIY's build your own solar panel site and Grit magazine.

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                • #23
                  Originally posted by campholly View Post
                  I watched a whole slew of interviews with the financial "Know-it-alls" who have ALL said we are in for the great depression come Fall. Donald Trump is warning everyone quite a bit, but it doesn't hit mainstream news because if everyone in a city knew this, the grocery store aisles would be cleared in less than an hour. Stock up NOW. The food prices are going up, but it will hit BAD in the fall, when the flooded farmlands do not produce the yield and the reserves we are supposed to have are gone. There is going to be a food problem.
                  All the farmers know it (including me). This month it is time to plant broccoli, cucumber, more beans and next month garlic and lettuces. You can plant a lot in a small area. We are learning to can and buying extra at Farmer's Markets and putting it away. We just starting getting dairy goats. There are so many things we can all do to have a little extra stored and then you have something to trade. Maybe I have beans and you have medical supplies. i just believe that if everyone does their best, we will be able to support ourselves and each other. The worst has not come yet. I am trying to think differently and be inspired by the creativity and survival of those who became great people during and because of the depression and to embrace living a new way before it hits us and we are not ready. A few items I have discovered to be of great comfort are: a woodburning stove that we can also cook on, mushroom water purifiers, DIY's build your own solar panel site and Grit magazine.
                  yup....you have reached the same page...:)

                  you'll not find a lot of sheep here....I've found that most here share the news....but nothing really suprises them any more.

                  Cause and effect....cause is over....brace for effect....:(
                  Live like you'll die tomorrow, learn like you'll live forever.

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                  • #24
                    I used to have some very basic supplies on hand, but then Katrina hit and so many other natural disasters took place. That was the big Flashlight in the face for me. We live within the city of Decatur, so we are limited to what I can do as far as livestock etc. I can guarantee you that when and if the shtf, game rules are off. I'll do what I need to do to get the job done. The plans are in place. I know exactly where my chickens and rabbits are coming from. Our garden is good size for our space available and my wife has been canning since she was a kid so thats under control. dry stocks are well stored and critter free. I pretty happy at this point with the changes we have made in our lifestyle. Happy prepping!

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                    • #25
                      I have run many senareos through my mind many times. One thing I am certain of is this, if you have a bunch of food and medical supplies stocked up for you and your family and a large group of people see you doing well when they are hungry and hurting they are coming for your stuff. Another thing I am certain of is this, ther is always life by the water. By water I mean rivers and streams. Every animal has to drink and they will come to a river or stream to do it not to mention the fish. In my opinion you get your supplies and get as far away from the general public as possiable. Hunger, loss of services, disease, anarchy, looting, killing are just some of the things that will come with economic collapse. Remember to check the experation dates on your medical supplies.

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