On the 2012 Presidential Election, My Personal Thoughts, More Emotional Than Not

by suburban November 7, 2012 Politics

A few thoughts on the election: I try to avoid the politics, but this morning I feel compelled to speak out. I stayed up late last evening to watch the election results in disbelief. Being a conservative. Being a person who just wants to be left alone to work and live. Being a person who […]

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The SHTF Is Here – Hurray (NOT!!)

by ST December 27, 2011 Economy

That title caught your attention for sure! But believe it or not, there are people out there who actually want and hope for a massive, national SHTF event! You can see it in the way many people on a large number of prepper sites write or the videos they produce. They are outright gitty at […]

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Saturday Videos

by suburban October 8, 2011 Politics

2 Activists Not Sure on Communist Solution SHTF CREW TAG The Day of Darkness Came Surviving Hypothermic Conditions Live, Laugh, Prepare… WROL Spring Development    

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Saddened, Stupidity, and Concerned. The Occupy Wall Street Protest(s)

by suburban October 3, 2011 Civil Unrest

It’s Monday morning.  I am working from home, and I just have to get this off my chest before I actually start working.  This has been burning all weekend long in my brain…  I was going to wait to post this until later in the week, but just couldn’t  Had to get published now… I […]

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September 11th – 10 Years Later

by ST September 6, 2011 Airport Security

This 9/11 marks not just another passing year but an anniversary. It’s been 10 years since that fateful day in 2001. I was working in lower Manhattan off Wall Street at that time. The whole thing unfolded before my eyes. But this day isn’t about me. It’s about three things: One – The 3,000 American […]

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Important Lessons From the S&P Downgrade and Market Reaction.

by ST August 16, 2011 Economy

Not even a week after the S&P downgrade of American government debt, and the financial market reaction to it, and a very clear set of lessons for preppers is emerging clearly. As the scenario unfolds more analysis can be applied and more conclusions drawn. But right now there are a few lessons that are glaring […]

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by ST July 12, 2011 Civil Unrest

Famine – a severe shortage of food, as through crop failure or overpopulation. (“famine.” Collins English Dictionary – Complete & Unabridged 10th Edition. HarperCollins Publishers.) More than merely a shortage or higher prices, “famine” is the extreme low end of scale. It is a systemic problem, not merely a matter of poor distribution or lack […]

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Would YOU be a shelter? (Remembering Anne Frank)

by ST June 21, 2011 Crime

Everyone loves a scapegoat. Throughout history whenever something terrible happens either for reasons too complex for the common person to grasp or just the culmination of many other events people as a whole try to seek out someone, some group of people, to blame for the problem. Rarely do they see themselves as a cause […]

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Mom, Dad, Prepping, and Politics

by suburban November 1, 2010 Politics

This weekend I admitted to my parents, who frankly, would think I was a bit of a wacko if I fully admitted I was a prepper.  I admitted to them that I had about three months worth of food in my apartment for any hard times ahead.  They both, surprisingly thought that was smart.   […]

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Saturday Videos

by suburban October 30, 2010 General

How To Lash a Tripod for Wilderness Survival Adam’s Ramblings: Glenn Beck, Jon stewart, and the Preppers, Equip 2 Endure Nalgene Multi Drink and OTG Bottles The Common Man’s Blow Gun, Dave Canterbury Semi-Permanent Shelter

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