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For Pollyanna and others. I dont log in often. Here is a couple of good food storage and prep sites

 
zazzman
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For Pollyanna and others. I dont log in often. Here is a couple of good food storage and prep sites
[link to www.pleasanthillgrain.com]


[link to www.standeyo.com]


[link to solarcooking.org]


[link to www.backwoodshome.com]

This is several really good sites, and the solar cooker with the 5 gallon bucket and the sun shield really works...My wife didnt believe it would after I tried it camping out and I did it in the backyard...Take it for whats its worth and always remember the saying that I say to people when things come up or go wrong and I am prepared....(I just tell them I was always a good Boy Scout,,,the same can be said of the ladies out there, that stay prepared you are a good girlscout...you dont need to brag...just be prepared))) book
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tic toc tic toc tic toc tic toc scumbag
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Yes A/C 24270 TIC TOC TIC TOC, but the question are you prepared if the ballon goes up,,,or do you be one of the sheeple that will die because you expect the goverment to come to the rescue or try to take someone else's food and stuff that was ready and has the arms and knowledge to protect it...so I might be a scumbag...but if you are even a quarter of the above,,,you are worse,,,what is called a stupid dumbass!!! bushfing
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24270 why do you think Zazzman is a scumbag?
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I can tell you...Its because I used to get on here a lot and abuse the left leaning (ohhh lets turn the other cheek crowd) I still do sometimes, but not as much as I used too...Sometimes you just have to realize dead dogs dont learn anything anymore...LOL But I do like Pollyanna, even though we have had a word or two every now and then...and its my feeling that there is a lot of folks out there that can use a bit of the information I have access to,,,esp after what happened down south in MS. LO. and FL this year even when they had 3/4/5 days warning and then Cancun Mexico and the same thing 3/4 days warning...Its best to be prepared...

IE a story (REAL)

I met my wonderful wife on the internet around 7 years or so ago. FOr 4 or 5 years (our primary home was on the Chesapeake bay in Norfolk, a condo) Every time I would get in our shed...if you could call it that under the condos...lol I would have to move my small generator 1800 watts and sometimes my big generator 4500watss (that one is a bear) to get into the shed. SHe told me a few times,,,you never use that thing, why dont you get rid of it or sell it...I would always grin at her and tell her,,,I was always a good boyscout and I might have them for 20 years and only use them once but it will be worth the hassle. Hurricane Isabel came through and we were without power for almost 2 weeks. A friend and I was able to go in the next morning,,,had to chainsaw through a few trees etc with his jeep. Get power up and running. hook up 2 fridges his and mine,,,he lived 2 doors down. Bring over 2 of the neighbors freezers, for everyones frozen stuff. run fans for our two places...and have hot coffee for everyone in the condo each morning...(God its amazing how many amps/watts a coffee pot will take...had to unhook a fridge or freezer from the generator each time to be able to sustain the pull from 2 coffee makers LOL) The wife (Sandi) is like Emril in the kitchen and loves to kick it up a notch,,,and I always had her keep a good supply of foodstuffs on hand...just in case...one of our closets in the small conco was reserved for stuff like that. Well she doesnt tell me to sell my generators anymore. Didnt complain when I got a complete backup generator for our place in the country, with enough fuel for 2 months going full bore without wood stoves etc. and found out that she actually likes to go camping now with me,,,because she can cook just as mean a meal in the outdoors,,,on a coleman stove or whatnot as she can in a full kitchen with power...
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A good outdoor recipe when you go out camping etc...

dig a hole, just a bit deeper than a big pot with a lid...one of the big round ones with the flush lid with the handle in the middle. Start a big roaring fire in the pit around 5am and let it burn down to pretty much hot embers. 3 or 4 inches deep. Make a stew mix...with the veggies/potatoes/meat spices and all just like you would for a crock pot at home. While you have this going on, just burn a good size early morning fire...like always to burn the chill off and it just feels good first thing in the morning. When the fire is banked down in the pit,,,an hour or so...just around the time start thinking about doing breakfast before cgoing out on the river fishing or hunting or whatnot. Put the pot with the lid...oh and aluminum foil over the lid,,extra heavy duty, put it in the middle of the pit on the live coals. t5ake coals form the other fire pit and chuck them in the pit around the pot about a third of the way up, the sides,,,Take the loose dirt and bury the rest and heap the dirt in a mound on top of the pot...yes thats why its good to have some heavy duty aluminum foil covering the top...go out and about and have a great time tubing, rafting, hunting, whatever enjoying the day...when you get back and settle down for dinner around 5 or 6 that evening you will uncover a great stew that will melt in your mouth...one hint I like to not totally rough and cheat with a couple of Mccormick stew mixes stireed in and a carton or two of chicken brough for liquid...
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That's a neat story zazzman, thanks for the links.
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Heat the water on the muffler of the genny. Little jimmyrigging you can make a small level platform that's a makeshift stove. : )
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01/20/2006 11:57 PM
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Zazzman!

I just saw your post, and I want you to know that I copied all the addresses and I'll be spending some time at them tomorrow.

Thank you, so very much for offering the info from these sites.

I've come to realize that there are many good people on the internet whom we may never meet, but they kindly share their knowledge.

You're a good man, Zazz.

Thank you, again.

flower
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Thanks Polly, THey are good links and not trash. We have butted heads a couple of times in the past...but that is the thing with folks with different views...ahhhh different strokes for different folks...but I do like your posts and thought I might be able to help out on this one...Good Night ...

COOP
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Zazz, I don't remember "butting heads"!

But, thank you, again.

It's so important to share this type of info.

hugs
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Just search dutch oven cooking on the net!
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jizzman is such a great guy he lets the entire neighborhood screw his slutty wife up the ass while he watches and sucks off his brother in law.
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Thanks Zazz.

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Pollyannuh, you may also want to check out www.frugalsquirrels.com. Those boys over there can answer any questions about survival/outdoor living you may have.
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Always a good idea to be prepared. We saw how much the Gov. will do for us when we examine how they handled New Orleans after Katrina - How effective do you believe they would be if there was a EMP nuclear bomb detonated over the US?

It was over a year ago when I read that Iran was test firing their long-range scud missiles from their naval ships and exploding them at high altitudes. You donít have to be very smart to figure this one out the only reason for exploding scud missiles at high altitudes is to get ready to use a nuclear bomb for EMP. For those who donít understand what a EMP nuclear bomb would do to the US I will tell you. It would destroy every computer chip in the country, completely close down the electrical grid across the country. All commerce would stop the groceries in you supermarket would be the last they receive for a while maybe a year or more. All public transportation and every car build in the past 20 years that has an electronic ignition or a computer in it would not run. And there would be no communications to amount to anything anywhere in the country.

If that isnít bad enough add to that at the same time the possibility of a few nuclear bombs well placed across the US going off at the same time. And for anyone who thinks this canít happen please tell me why not, with the US borders wide open, and God only knows what is already in place in the country. The one thing the FBI and CIA has been saying for years now is that there are Islamic Terrorist cells all over the United States just waiting for the orders.
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Well, in davy crockett days, they felt it was unfair to pay for tragedy out fo public funds, rightully so. They weren't taxed out the ass, either.

I pay at least 30% of my earnings in taxes and if you add on cig, gas, this that and th nother tax, I bet it is close to 50%.

I deserve something in return for that, I think, not just be told to piss off, don't expect anything, I should have prepared better.
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If an EMP was to hit Atlanta, how far of a radius would the effects go?
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good stuff. thanks OP.
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Here is a few more sites... I actually have dealt with Pleasant Grains at one of the above links. Good Folks. Mostly the rest just for reading and printing out copies of stuff for my binders.

[link to alpineaire.com]

[link to www.foodreserves.com]

[link to www.longlifefood.com]

[link to theepicenter.com]

[link to store.preparedness.com]

and this site and the books are worth there weight in gold. I actually have the first 5 that was published (originals, that my brother gave me back in late 70's). I also have a box of the magazines...From around 1967-1969. I found the magazines of all places in 1985, (I remember the year very well LOL) taking trash out to a dumpster, just outside of Narrows Virginia heading out I believe Route 58 to Perisburg. The dumpster was empty, except for several boxes on the bottom. National Geographics from the 60/70's, the Foxfire Magazines, and a butt load of Mother Earth news magazines. Which I still have all of them.

[link to www.foxfire.org]
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Meant to say, that the foxfire books are cheaper to buy on Amazon,,,but if you want a good clean copy,,it is worth buying one new. As they say you get what you pay for...
Pollyannuh

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01/22/2006 11:24 PM
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Tox, Zazz!

Thanks for the additional info.

Copying links!

grouphug
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Your welcome Pollyanna...I just hope that a few people take the time to stock up on a little extra stuff...I started years ago, when I was in the Military and only had $20/30 a month to spare. My wife laughs, because I worked for the goverment for 20 years and dont trust them as far as I can throw them...I believe that everyone has the responsibilty to try to take care of themselves and their loved ones for at least 2 weeks,,,if something happens...I dont blame the goverment but, everyone needs to do this at least...so they give the time needed to their goverment no matter who's to get the relief effort started up and going...We have seen it in spades the last couple of years, and I shake my head when people complain and blame the goverment.
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ohhh goodnight
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01/23/2006 12:01 AM
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Zazz, I agree completely.

We HAVE to take care of our own.

I've been involved with emergency managment for a couple of years, took some courses, and a lot of reading on my own.

The hype about y2k started me thinking seriously about emergency preparedness and I decided then to take certain steps.

Your additional info is much appreciated, Zazz.

Thanks, again.

hugs

And, good night!
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bump to the top
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BUMP
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to the ac with the question on atlanta,,, it depends on a lot of factors, kiloton of the payload, altitude

i have read that four well placed emp's would shut down the entire country
"By way of deception, thou shalt do war."

Israel's Mossad

"The truth shall set you free."

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[link to www.pleasanthillgrain.com]


[link to www.standeyo.com]


[link to solarcooking.org]


[link to www.backwoodshome.com]

This is several really good sites, and the solar cooker with the 5 gallon bucket and the sun shield really works...My wife didnt believe it would after I tried it camping out and I did it in the backyard...Take it for whats its worth and always remember the saying that I say to people when things come up or go wrong and I am prepared....(I just tell them I was always a good Boy Scout,,,the same can be said of the ladies out there, that stay prepared you are a good girlscout...you dont need to brag...just be prepared))) book
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And this one....

[link to journeytoforever.org]

There is literally TONS of other extremely useful information on that site.





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