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Doctor Prepper™ interviews a new author in the preparedness non-fiction genre, Cal Wilson.
Cal is a Christian, a patriot, a gun-owner, and a prepper. He is also a practicing attorney and has been involved in law enforcement for more than 20 years. He lives in an undisclosed location west of the Mississippi River with his wife and various family members.
Wilson’s first book is entitled Dirt Cheap Valuable Prepping, which has been a very successful seller inpaperback and in Kindle formats. The complete title is: Dirt Cheap Valuable Prepping: Cheap Stuff You Can Stockpile Now That Will Be Extremely Valuable When SHTF.
Dirt Cheap… assumes the average family will not be able to stockpile everything needed for enduring a worst-case scenario. Rather, it suggests increasing the amounts of certain items for barter for other needed items when the need arises.
Prepping needn't be expensive. By knowing some of the tricks of the prepping “trade,” you can save lots of money by just being aware of some of these tips:
Dryer lint––makes an easy fire starter component so you can cook, purify water, or take a bath Salt––one of the most common kitchen products, but is worth its weight in gold in making food tasty and preserving meats when there is no refrigeration Bottled water––essential for short-term disasters when there is no tap water Used milk containers––use for non-potable water storage, such as flushing toilets or watering plants Used bottle drink containers––use for potable water storage, or for storing dried foods Addiction items––what items (tobacco, liquor, etc.) to store for barter in case of a longer-term disaster
EPAC engineering assessment and trial use of Harvest Right Home Freeze Dryer. Personal endorsement and experience with this product. Why the expense is worth it? Some ideas for use! Help yourselves, family, and neighbors! Help America prepare to stand against hard times!
Understanding scope of freezedrying: Check out multitude of research articles http://usdasearch.usda.gov/search?utf8=%E2%9C%93&sc=0&query=+freezedried+vs+dehydrated+food&m=&affiliate=usda&commit=Search
On this episode of Real Food Living, Vickilynn Haycraft welcomes Rick Austin, known as The Survivalist Gardener. Rick is the author of the book, The Secret Survival Garden, How to Grow a Camouflaged Food Forest, and was recently featured on the popular National Geographic Channel show, Doomsday Castle.
For Vickilynn’s book review, and links to Rick Austin, visit the Show Notes page.
Humans, by nature and rite are survivalists. We have survived millenia upon this planet in its harshest and most dangerous conditions. As well as within recent centuries, ralaxed and lavished in its most comfortable setting. Why is this? Why as humans do we choose to survive? Could it be something as simple and primal as instinct? or perhaps a more specific reason, that calls a little closer to home?
Well join me Florida's Tactical Fatty as I talk about the different reasons there are to prep and ready yourself to survive!
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This week we are going to review some of Preparing for the Worst, Hoping for the Best ( https://www.facebook.com/groups/preparingfortheworst/ ) top posts and mention some of the better comments- so be listening and maybe we will share your comments!
We will also be covering storm safety some too, as Houston will be most likely flooding this week again. Aren't you tired of this crazy weather, too?
Do you know what a militia is? I discuss militias as well as why we need them today.
1. I will discuss the Islamic State and the FACT that they have camps in Mexico and sleeper cells in most major cities.
2. Are Militias legal? I will answer that.
3. What kind of gear should you have? I'll do an entire show just for this, but I'll briefly cover it here.
I will take all calls, but militia members get priority, as a precaution, all militia members are asked to refer to themselves by callsign and not real name.
Homestead Technologies started by Justin Kitch is one of America's biggest success stories. Kitch started Homestead Technologies in a spare room while living with 5 roomates at college. Homestead technologies sold to Intuit for $176 million dollars. Intuit kept Kitch on as an adviser but in 2012 sold Homestead Technologies to EIG Endurance International Group. EIG is a giant among cheap hosting companies with 35+ companies owned by EIG worldwide.
When EIG bought out Bluehost and Hostgator they moved them to SERVER FARMS. The move took nearly 4 days and created numerous technical problems. EIG moved Homestead Technologies to a Server Farm on November 19th 2014 and has shut their 70k users out of their Sitebuilder LPX/Desktop. Service interruptions were mounting as an alternative to Sitebuilder LPX/Desktop was offered with much slower speeds namely homestead Techologies Sitebuilder Plus.
Personaly I don't blame EIG for trying to update a 15 year old product that has been neglected for years. Simply put you can't expect to design todays websites with your grandparents sitebuilders. At some point needless and outdated products need to be discarded and new and improved service needs to be added.
From a Flashprepper point of view this is a disaster. It's an online disaster but a disaster none the less. The disaster which is now an online super storm of sorts started 15 years ago with neglect. No money was ever put into Sitebuilder LPX/Desktop. Now 15 years later it as a breaking point. Hosted on old outdated unstable servers EIG made a bold move to update service to Homestead customers.
EIG was quick to call this anything but a disaster and in fact are calling it a MIGRATION. It is a migration to faster speeds, more security, and a better product. Many Homestead members call this migration the worse upgrade EIG could have made and with really bad timing Cyber Monday 2014.
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