A Question for Our Readers.

Periodically I like to ask my readers what they want to see in this blog.  Since its conception, we have posted almost 900 articles on a variety of subjects.  Some time it is a challenge to find subjects that we have not covered in the past.  We try not to duplicate information and avoid writing on subjects that have been covered in the past unless we get new information.

A few times, I have had to go back and change my position on various subjects as I find new information.  It is our goal to give you the best and most reliable information that we can find.  We would like to hear from you on what would help you.  What do you want to learn about?

You can either post your comments to this article or write to us directly at PreparednessAdvice@gmail.com.

Don’t hesitate to ask what is on your mind, sometimes it is easy to forget to cover the most basic of things.  I have always believed that the only dumb question is the one you don’t ask.


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3 Responses to A Question for Our Readers.

  1. peanut_gallery says:

    How about how to grow tobbaco? Also how to cure it. It would make a great trade item in a SHTF senario. I bought seeds to barter, but I would also like some insight into growing it.

  2. david says:

    Don’t feel the need to post every day. Also there are new readers, so a repost or update from the archive would be ok.

  3. ke4sky says:

    What I find most interesting is people sharing their experiences, lessons learned, things learned from Depression-era parents or grandparents, the synopsis of “real life.” Reality is not found on television, but on the farm and in the community. There are success stories and joys to be thankful for, as well as admonitions and cautions to be aware of.

    I have studied preparedness since I was a terrified kid in the DC Metro area during the Cuban Missile crisis when most people thought we would be obliterated at any moment. Dad was a WW2 vet who knew that knowledge and understanding vanquish fear. He told my brother and I that if war came unexpectedly that there was nothing we could do about it. But most likely there would be some warning, and we could use that time to prepare and survive. He put my older brother in charge and we cleared an area under the basement stairs as a shelter. We covered the basement window wells with 2×4 timbers and stacked sandbags over the openings. We gathered canned food, sanitary supplies and water cans. We kept busy. Mom had been an air raid warden while Dad was away in the ETO during the war and she knew the drill. Taking action put us in control of the situation. It all worked out in the end.

    Those lessons stood by me during hurricanes, floods and hazmat releases which required us to evacuate, and during the Beltway Sniper incident post 9/11. Don’t cower in fear of the unknown. Learn how to improve your chances, confront the devil and spit in his eye. Never surrender!

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