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As the mainstream media positively salivates over the anticipated civil unrest and rioting that’s expected following the release of the dual Grand Jury investigation and Department of Justice investigations that are expected to exonerate Ferguson Police Officer Darren Wilson in the shooting death of Michael Brown, a teenager of African decent we thought it might be a good idea to review tips on prepping for riots and civil unrest.  According to a knowledgeable multi-juristictional law enforcement analyst the law enforcement community is more concerned about the aftermath of the Ferguson shooting information release than any event since 9/11. A riot or period of riots/civil unrest is best avoided and the Prepping for Riots and Civil Unrest tips below should help you avoid or if necess […]

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Author: Andrew J. Jackson
Posted: November 21, 2014, 6:03 am

Pole Shift Survival Information – Survival Library Review This review is about a very interesting web-site that one internet denizen described as a “survival library on crack”.  We here at Prepography have to agree. Pole Shift Survival Information bills itself as being for “for those who wish to improve their chances for survival after the coming pending pole shift. ”  Don’t let that description fool you though.  The site is much more than that.  This site presents the online reader with a survival library that is a treasure trove of useful information.  Even if you aren’t worried about the potential for a pole shift the information presented would come in handy for any survival or TEOTWAWKI situation. Pole Shift Survival Information is a bare bone […]

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Author: Grumpy G
Posted: November 16, 2014, 6:03 am

Virus that makes humans more stupid discovered – Science – News – The Independent. Andrew’s Note:  That explains a lot…it must be incredibly contagious…

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Author: Andrew J. Jackson
Posted: November 13, 2014, 6:01 am

Why DIY Dehydrated Eggs Is A Good Option When looking for egg storage solutions, dehydrating eggs at home flies right past many people.  Eggs are one of the most nutritional and versatile foods around. From a remote homestead, to a backyard with a coop, they are easily accessible. Even without refrigeration they can last for weeks and still be edible. By refrigerating eggs that shelf life can be extended by several more weeks, maybe even a couple of months. For longer term storage some people freeze their eggs. By separating the whites and yolks, freezing them separately, eggs can last for up to 6 months. Still, for the long term Prepper that still isn’t an ideal situation. First off, freezing eggs is dependent on the electrical grid. If it goes down you loose refrigeration and the e […]

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Author: Grumpy G
Posted: November 12, 2014, 6:03 am

Andrew’s Note:  Today we take a step back from discussing preparedness and feature an article on Veterans Day Etiquette that I wrote several years ago.  Republishing this article has become an annual event here at Prepography in order to honor those who understand that selfless service is required to keep our Nation free.  Veteran’s Day freebies from retailers are nice but a heartfelt word of appreciation or recognition from our fellow citizens certainly means more to us.  Happy Veterans Day! For the first sixteen years of my military career there was little need for a primer on Veterans Day etiquette as there was little public recognition of the day other than a few restaurants that thanked our Nation’s Veterans with a free meal and a Federal holiday.  All that changed i […]

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Author: Andrew J. Jackson
Posted: November 10, 2014, 10:23 pm

After I submitted my article “How To Make Water Proof Matches,” Andrew asked me if I’d be willing to post some pics and descriptions of my home made fire making kit.  I said sure.  So, for your viewing pleasure and critique, here is my Home Made Fire Making Kit – Contents  Here is the kit itself.  The plastic container was purchased at Hobby Lobby for $1 USD.  It measures 5.5in x 5.5in x 1.5in, and has a hinged lid.  It is not waterproof; more on that later.  The next photo shows the kit opened up.  There are 5 compartments, 1 larger center compartment and 4 smaller ones.  I’ve numbered them for ease of identification in this article.# 1 A portion of the strike strip from a box of wooden matches.  I used spray on contact glue to affix it to the inside of the l […]

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Author: Grumpy G
Posted: November 10, 2014, 6:03 am

Spices are an integral part of cooking. Any one who cooks or eats knows how much better food is if it’s properly spiced.  Spices add more than flavor and complexity to foods they can also make a meal healthier or impart medicinal characteristics.  In a survival situation the food you are able to procure may be of lower quality, questionable freshness or maybe just monotonous. Spices can make these borderline foods more palatable and enjoyable.  Many Preppers lay in a good supply of spices in to their food preps but often overlook the health aspect of spices. Beyond sprucing up an other wise bland meal these spices provide additional health benefits. The multiple uses of these spices fit in to the core philosophy of Full Spectrum Preparedness. I have scoured the web and compiled a lis […]

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Author: Grumpy G
Posted: November 9, 2014, 6:03 am

In [President] Obama’s defense, he’s a liar. His core supporters believe him, who can ask for better evidence? No sense in getting all worked up about it. Some people are left handed, some people are short and others tall, some people stutter. Obama lies. It’s just his way. He can’t help it so let it be. Ol Remus via The Woodpile Report

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Author: Quote
Posted: November 9, 2014, 6:01 am

How To Make Water Proof Matches – Materials Needed “How To Make Water Proof Matches” Materials: Wooden Matches ($1 for three 300 count box-strike matches from Dollar General) Candles ($1 bag of cast offs from the thrift store) Small Pot (preferably not one used for cooking) Tin Can (large tuna/chicken can, free) Stove, or some other cooking heat source (free) How To Make Water Proof Matches – Instructions 1) Fill the pot with about 3/4 inches of water. Take the candle and put them in the tin can, and place it in the pot. Put the put on the stove and turn on to medium heat. Allow the water to heat up to a point right before it starts boiling, in order to melt the candles. 2) Once the candles have melted, take the matches and dip them head down in to the wax. The wax […]

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Author: Grumpy G
Posted: November 8, 2014, 6:03 am

Winterizing your garden for winter is a hot topic these days.  In fact there are a slew of on-line articles coming out right on the subject and it is an important step in making sure you have a healthy, vibrant garden come spring time.  The time and effort spent in the late fall/early winter in preparing your garden for winter will pay huge dividends come spring planting and harvest time.  We’ve already had our first hard frost here at Grumpy Acres, so we may be a little late to the party but like the old adage says, though, “better late than never” and we have a unique take that we call the 10 Tips To Winterize Your Garden: 10 Tips To Winterize Your Garden 1) Prune:  Trim back perennial plants, that’s a plant that lives for 2 or more years, to just above the soil w […]

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Author: Grumpy G
Posted: November 7, 2014, 6:03 am




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