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Prepper Tip of the Week #3

Posted by Tanner Stoker on

Prepper Tip of the Week #3

I've run out of gas once in my life. Luckily, I was only at the gym and a gas station was right around the corner. But my brother made sure to let me hear it on how irresponsible it was to even put myself in position where I could run out of gas. Not only was I embarrassed, but it left an impression on me that has lasted till this day. I will never let that happen again. Never let your tank get below half was his advice. I've done my best since then to make sure that whenever I...

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Prepper Tip of the Week #2

Posted by Tanner Stoker on

Prepper Tip of the Week #2

     #PrepperTip of the week! For those with children under 1, it is not enough to simply have a long term supply of freeze dried or dehydrated foods. That will not provide a baby with the necessary nutrients needed to grow as they should. Consider stocking up on formula (even if you breast feed) so you'll be able to rest assured that your baby will be taken care of and their needs will be met. In a shtf scenario, people will go to great lengths to get formula. It will be gone quick!      Costco has an affordable...

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Prepper Tip of the Week #1

Posted by Tanner Stoker on

Prepper Tip of the Week #1

     #preppertip of the week. Consider stocking up on a form of multivitamin as part of your emergency supply. If you get to the point where you have to rely on your food storage supply alone, you'll want to make sure your body is making up for any nutritional deficiencies that may exist in your food (vitamin C is commonly lacking in food storage, our Orange Delight Drink can help though!).      Labdoor.com recently performed a study analyzing various multivitamins and ranked them in order in terms of label accuracy, product purity, nutritional value, ingredient safety, and projected...

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Five Reasons The U.S. Power Grid Is Overdue For A Cyber Catastrophe

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Five Reasons The U.S. Power Grid Is Overdue For A Cyber Catastrophe

Of the many potential ways a man made disaster could be brought about upon the United States, one of the most overlooked yet most dangerous is an attack on our power grid. There are currently a total of 3 grids in the entire United States which provide power to fuel our economy and our everyday way of life. As experts from Homeland Security have noted however, these grids are incredibly vulnerable. Successfully attacking these grids would result in widespread chaos and disaster. Here are the top 5 reasons the US Power Grid is overdue for an attack, provided by Loren...

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15 Reasons Why You Need Food Storage

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15 Reasons Why You Need Food Storage

September 3, 2014, by Ken Jorgustin Do you need food storage? Here’s a list of 15 reasons why you need food storage – to get you thinking about it… What are some of your reasons for storing extra food? In no particular order, Severe Weather events: A major snow or ice storm, floods tearing out roads, hurricane damage, etc. will leave people isolated until rescue or repair efforts are successful. This can take days, weeks or longer. Power and utilities are often damaged while roadways and distribution hinders emergency response and supply of food and goods. Earthquakes: Building and infrastructure damage...

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