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Tag Archives: TEOTWAWKI
When I look at today’s young people, majoring in things like video game design and gender studies, I have to shake my head. Many expensive degrees today almost guarantee a life spent as a Starbucks barista. As well, in a post-SHTF world, those degrees will be worse than useless. The years spent in classes such as “Games and Culture”, “Gender and Representation of Asian Women” and “The Invention of French Theory”…oh, my. Those hours could have been so much better spent studying things that are real, meaningful, and have true significance in the world around us, as well as having practical applications that might be of some actual help.…Read More...
If you are watching the news and following events you know that the country could be in major crisis with very little notice. The average citizen in Venezuela had little time to prepare for the collapse of their economy, and the author of this book lived through Argentina’s multiple collapses and can give you tips for preparing and surviving.
An economic collapse, an EMP, war — these worst case scenarios are part of the reason we all prep, so that we can handle the unexpected. But suppose you have a few hours notice? What are the 10 last minute things that are most important?…Read More...
The following is a list of ten non-food items that are currently inexpensive and easy to get, but will be in demand after TEOTWAWKI.
Matches – You cannot have enough of these. They are cheap and easy to get. Stock all you can they will be a good trade item and a real convenience. You can start a fire without them but it takes more effort.
Cloth diapers – Today it seems like everybody use splastic throwaways. When these run out you will need cloth diapers.
Water filters – Most families do not own a good quality water filter. If you have extras they will be very valuable. …Read More...
Regardless of how much food and preps we store it is possible to lose it all in an instance, tornado, flood, fire, or thieves. The only knowledge we can truly count on is what is in our heads. Today I am going to recommend a excellent medical book. But don’t just get a copy and file it away, read it. Even through you will not remember it all, you may remember enough to save a life.
The book is “Where There is No Doctor, a village health care handbook” by David Werner. It is written for third world countries (which we seem to be becoming). …Read More...