Posted on 29 November 2013
I am also aware that there are some respected and recognized survival experts who claim that a big blade is rarely if ever needed and that a small cutting tool is better to have. It’s lighter, can handle a wide variety of cutting chores and is easier to keep about your person.
Posted on 28 November 2013
Thanksgiving is, as far as I can tell, the oldest holiday we celebrate and although it’s not specific to a given religion, religion is almost a prerequisite to celebrate it. After all, we’re all expressing our thanks to something.
Posted on 22 November 2013
All of that BS that the mainstream media feeds us so regularly only distracts us from what’s important: what’s being done around us that has a direct impact on our liberties and our quality of life.
Posted on 20 November 2013
It strikes me as unacceptable that we live in a society that has grown so politically correct… so intensely aware of POTENTIAL offense… so set on cowtowing to whiny mouthed people – that an honest, educated, law-abiding, responsible parent has to worry about some pictures put on Facebook.
Posted on 11 November 2013
Let’s recognize reality: survival is all about knowledge, skill and preparedness. You have to have a good balance of all three to survive. The best tools in the world are of no use to you if you don’t know how to use them. The greatest ideas in the world are of no use to you if you don’t have the tools to bring them to fruition.
Posted on 01 November 2013
The point is that the more variety you put into your day-to-day activities that mimic the activities you think you’ll have to perform in a survival situation, then the greater your chances will be of actually surviving.
Posted on 30 October 2013
Think about your own choices and how affected they are by YOUR sentimental attachments. Give it a second thought and make sure that you’re equipping yourself as best you can.
Posted on 08 October 2013
I realized through the course of the discussion was that there wasn’t a lot of disagreement about the personality characteristics. The disagreements arose as to what actions would be spurred by those desired personality characteristics.
Posted on 02 October 2013
So I had this half-insane idea… I started thinking about the house I want to have built – somewhere in the midwest. I was pondering size, shape, necessities, etc. I was pondering “off grid,” meaning that I wanted it to be self-sufficient in electrical production and water supply. I wanted to have a gardening capability year round. I wanted sufficient outdoor space for live stock – but not in huge quantities.
Posted on 28 September 2013
Thinking ahead means identifying the short-comings in your knowledge and skill sets NOW and remedying those short-comings as time and finances permit. Thinking ahead means mental rehearsal and emotional commitment to your intended plan of action.