PJ

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Date registered: September 1, 2012

Latest posts

  1. 5 Preps That Made My Trip To A Remote Cabin Successful — December 20, 2014
  2. Back to the Future: Before Prepping Was Cool. — December 17, 2014
  3. Being A Prepper: To Advertise Or Not? — December 13, 2014
  4. Stupid / Ignorant People Look For Trouble — December 9, 2014
  5. Fish Antibiotics In Your Medical Stockpile — December 4, 2014

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  1. 7 actions to take immediately following an EMP strike — 65 comments
  2. Ebola in the US….the inevitable has happened. — 61 comments
  3. Ham Radio, The Only Form of Communication After T-SHTF — 35 comments
  4. What happens when you bury a shipping container, a cautionary tale. — 33 comments
  5. Canned Food Expiration Date MYTH — 32 comments

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Dec 20

5 Preps That Made My Trip To A Remote Cabin Successful

First we need to define what remote is.  Am I attempting to describe a place in the middle of the Alaskan tundra which requires an aircraft to gain access to?  No I’m not quite that hardcore, however this isn’t your cabin posted up 1/2 mile off of the go kart / candy shops / ma …

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Dec 17

Back to the Future: Before Prepping Was Cool.

My oh my.  The more things change the more they stay the same.  Back when the financial crisis hit people started prepping in droves, the need to be prepared for the unknown sparked a surge in the community.  After all the market was crashing and people were losing their jobs left and right, the gubmit …

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Dec 13

Being A Prepper: To Advertise Or Not?

By Philip. In 2012, the National Geographic Channel has partnered with Kelton Research and conducted a survey which gauged Americans’ preparedness level and mindset for the potential end of the world scenario. Out of the 1,007 men and women who answered the survey, it revealed that 85 percent of the nation is unprepared and only …

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Dec 09

Stupid / Ignorant People Look For Trouble

I was recently on a forum and read about the ISIS threat to US Service members.  In the thread one poster mentioned how, when his subordinates found out that ISIS was targeting US Service Members they rushed home to post up maps to their own homes.  As if to entice ISIS members to attempt to …

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Dec 04

Fish Antibiotics In Your Medical Stockpile

By Red Beard. DISCLAIMER: I am not a medical professional. If possible, always seek professional medical help for diagnosis, medication usage and dosages. I am merely providing general information. No matter what event thrusts you and your family into a survival situation, illness and injury will always be a hazard. Obviously, if a war were …

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Dec 03

Reasons I Don’t Let People Borrow My Knife

There are two phrases I don’t like to hear: Can I borrow your knife? Do you have a knife I can borrow? Usually the answer to the first one is: “what do you plan to cut?” followed by “sorry, no.”  The answer to the second one is usually similar to my first answer.  Here’s the …

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Dec 01

Ask The Maj: A Simple Question [Firestarting]

From NRP: Ok, I’m an old fart (61, so maybe not so old) that seems to cut to the chase rather quickly. So here a question for Mr. Maj, or The or The Maj, still have not figured that one out yet… HAHAHA Fire; we hear a lot about the most important thing in survival …

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Nov 29

Valley Food Storage: White Bean & Lime Chili Review

I’m have a love hate relationship with beans, in that I can tolerate them but try not to go out of my way to enjoy them on any one occasion.  That stated I was willing to give Valley Food Storage a shot and post up a review, and I specifically requested that they send me …

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Nov 28

Black Friday Deal: Valley Food Storage (40% off)

Just wanted to pass this deal along, I recently reviewed some of their food and it was very tasty (write up coming).  I will tell you, it was better than any Mountain House or Backpacker’s Pantry meal I’ve had. Very short window on this opportunity to save big.  Check it out over at the Valley …

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Nov 26

Thanksgiving: 10 Things I Am Thankful For.

Just a brief rundown of my list, what is yours? 1- I’m a sinner, far from perfect, but thankful to have been saved by grace. 2- My wonderful wife who continues to put up with my ridiculous butt, she is crazy for doing so. 3- My daughter who is the light of my life, I …

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Nov 24

Ask The Maj: Question On Weapons Purchase

Note from PJ:  We are going to start a new segment here on the blog, where readers write in and ask long time contributor “The Maj” for advice on prepping issues.  If you have been a long time reader, you’ll recall that Maj recently conducted an actual bugout on foot and recorded the entire journey …

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Nov 22

Rainwater Harvesting Basics

Rainwater Harvesting Basics and Deviations for Various Situations and Needs By Ava. Many may take the water that flows into our taps for granted, but that mindset might go any time soon. Why? Right now, humanity is facing a global water crisis. The water that many of us are using right now is dwindling at …

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Nov 18

Clawhammer Supply 5 Gallon Still Review (Part 1)

By Geronimo. I was recently afforded the opportunity to assemble and provide a review of the Clawhammer Supply 5 Gallon Still for PJ and the great PrepperResources.com community. Let me put some disclaimers right out front. I come from a long line of Eastern Kentucky hillbilly moonshiners, I am a huge fan of whiskey and …

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Nov 15

Most People Aren’t Ready For T-SHTF

I’ve been incredibly busy lately.  The type of busy that involves being outside for 10 to 12 hours per day in very bad weather, wet / cold / hungry and generally wishing I was somewhere else.  For those of you that have been there before you know exactly the progression I’m writing about. Damn it’s …

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Nov 09

Distillation Equipment – An Essential Addition to Any Prepper’s Checklist

By: Kyle at Clawhammer Supply Why should distillation equipment be added to your prepper equipment checklist? Here are 3 excellent reasons, to name a few: distilled spirits, fuel alcohol, and antiseptic. These goods would be highly valuable during a SHTF event and can all be easily manufactured with simple, small-scale distillation equipment. As a bonus, …

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