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General Food Topics • Re: hi how do i get golden apples

August 31, 2017 DR1VENbyKNOWLEDGE 0

OK, first thing…

Go to the secret fairy in the Red Glen south of the troll bridge. Don’t forget to promise the troll a golden feather or he wont let you pass!!!

Then when the fairy queen appears in the Red Glen tickle her left toe with the “Everlasting Tickle Rod” you get at the beginning of the game from the fairy lord when he appears in the kings chamber.

The fairy queen will then transport you to the “Fields of Forever” and you’ll find the Golden apple orchards there.

Sleep there three days and there will be some Golden apples to harvest. Punch the trees 20 times to harvest them. Watch out for any that have the green Worms of Woe in them. Those ones are poisons.

This should work……. If it doesn’t, try going to a gaming website instead of a preppers forum. You might have better luck there. :rofl:

Happy elf smashing…
~D

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General Food Topics • Re: hi how do i get golden apples

August 31, 2017 DR1VENbyKNOWLEDGE 0

OK, first thing…

Go to the secret fairy in the Red Glen south of the troll bridge. Don’t forget to promise the troll a golden feather or he wont let you pass!!!

Then when the fairy queen appears in the Red Glen tickle her left toe with the “Everlasting Tickle Rod” you get at the beginning of the game from the fairy lord when he appears in the kings chamber.

The fairy queen will then transport you to the “Fields of Forever” and you’ll find the Golden apple orchards there.

Sleep there three days and there will be some Golden apples to harvest. Punch the trees 20 times to harvest them. Watch out for any that have the green Worms of Woe in them. Those ones are poisons.

This should work……. If it doesn’t, try going to a gaming website instead of a preppers forum. You might have better luck there. :rofl:

Happy elf smashing…
~D

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Natural Disasters • Re: Gulf Coast Hurricane

August 31, 2017 ReadyMom 0

Harvey flood survivors are setting up tents on their roofs
http://nypost.com/2017/08/29/harvey-flo … eir-roofs/

ImageDesperate times call for rooftop tents.

Williamson County, Texas, Sheriff Robert Chody tweeted a photo of a Houston house deep in flood waters — with residents making their emergency home up on the roof with tents.

“The total loss our team is seeing in indescribable,” he wrote. “Pitching tents on roofs.”

Chody’s tweet confused some residents of Williamson County, which is north of Austin and hasn’t been hit by torrential rains of Tropical Storm Harvey.

His department sent deputies to Houston to help first-responders here.

“The image of tent on roof is not in Williamson County but in Houston just to be clear taken from my deputies in Houston,” Chody wrote.

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Washington Discussion, News and Weather • Re: Its a mistake….

August 31, 2017 ReadyMom 0
handyman777 wrote:

idahobeef wrote:Wow, I think we as a prepper family have made a huge mistake. I have been reading a bunch of post-EMP books lately and never considered the HUGE numbers of hungry hoard people who’d attack and wipe out entire towns. This can include your neighbors! Our family has stocked up on way too much to really flee the area to safety. In addition, we’ve told neighbors, friends, and distant family to “prep” and now they KNOW we have lots of extra food. Your neighbor or friend may HAVE to kill you to keep their kids from starving; what a thought. I wish we hadn’t told everyone to prep, I bet 90% of them haven’t. We’d been much better off if no one knew what we had. In hindsight, that was pretty foolish.

You need to go (gray), tell any who ask about your prepping that you quit and you sold most of your goods: (LIE) You Know; ;) nothing has happened, nothing is going to happen and I’m done prepping. :nervous:
Just keep your inner most circle close and on the same page. OR MOVE and stay quiet.

Tell them that since nothing happened, you donated it to the texas flood relief! :ninja:

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Prayer Requests • Re: Update on Rebnavy

August 31, 2017 roger o 0

Hearing news like this is both sad and sobering. It really puts in perspective what’s really important.

May God take care of you and your family Bill. Our thoughts and prayers are with you, you’ve been a friend and inspiration to us all.

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Guns • Re: Where I learn to shoot

August 31, 2017 Photon Guy 0
ajax727 wrote:
Photon Guy
Sound like a time share , you pay for limited use . Also they could sell out at anytime and you would be SOL .But to each his own .
I know I am kinda blunt .

So ajax727 are you a member of Front Sight?

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Water • Re: Survival Filter better than LifeStraw

August 31, 2017 Cast Iron 0
whitebear54 wrote:
Cast Iron,

Hope you got your hay in before the rain. Sounds like you’ve got it figured out. Ever thought about a bicycle instead of hoofing it?

Got the hay in yesterday.
Today it is raining.
Good to go.
Thank you for asking.

The drought made me reassess my situation/plans.
A bicycle is a good idea. Maybe one of those folding types. The hills would be tough. There is about a six hundred foot elevation change from town to home.

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Natural Disasters • Re: Gulf Coast Hurricane

August 31, 2017 TRex2 0
anita wrote:

I, for one, am impressed at how much better Houston is handling this, compared to New Orleans after Katrina. Granted, NO isn’t much of a city compared to Houston, but there is a big difference in mindset about taking care of yourself and helping others, rather than waiting for some government entity to take care of you.

That mindset is everything. A video clip my wife and I still talk about is a guy sitting on the windowsill of a house with water almost up to the windowsill. The video was taken from a boat picking people up to move them to higher ground or to the evac center. They asked if he wanted to go and he said: “No, I don’t want to go, I want someone to get all this water out of here.” And he wouldn’t even get in the boat.

That would have been the defining picture of New Orleans, if it had not been for the defining picture turning out to be “Looter Guy”
http://knowyourmeme.com/memes/lootie

IceFire wrote:
We’ll be giving through our Church…the Presbytery there will make sure that the money goes to the people in their Presbytery who have suffered loss. (AND they will report back to the Synod as to where the money went, which will in turn be reported back to the churches!)

That, in my opinion, is the right way to do things, and that method accomplishes several good goals:
1. Researching and finding out which charity to give the money though is only done once by one person (or committee, if they follow the standard Baptist model)
2. The Charity only gets one large donation, linked to one address, so they only have to track one item instead of dozens, and for follow on, they don’t spend their future resources sending their literature to dozens of people.
3. It lets whoever is the recipient know why the money was donated.
It is donated in the name of the Church, which donates it in the name of Christ.

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Washington Discussion, News and Weather • Re: Its a mistake….

August 31, 2017 handyman777 0

That’s an option, but how many others will be heading to the storage unit ?

Do you have 24hr access.

By week 2, after SHTF people will be looking at storage units-probably easier to invade than a fortified home.

Would you have an escape route if needed, or only one way in.

If funds are there and this is your only option, consider a BOV locked in your storage unit loaded with all the things you need or an “enclosed trailer” not travel trailer, that can be hooked up and hauled out in a hurry, a trailer might be the way to go because people won’t know whats inside, also can be used as a shelter if needed.

(paint “BILLY-BOBS” or what ever, landscape service on the side and no one will know the difference)

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Washington Discussion, News and Weather • Re: Its a mistake….

August 31, 2017 handyman777 0

That’s an option, but how many others will be heading to the storage unit ?

Do you have 24hr access.

By week 2, after SHTF people will be looking at storage units-probably easier to invade than a fortified home.

Would you have an escape route if needed, or only one way in.

If funds are there and this is your only option, consider a BOV locked in your storage unit loaded with all the things you need or an “enclosed trailer” not travel trailer, that can be hooked up and hauled out in a hurry, a trailer might be the way to go because people won’t know whats inside, also can be used as a shelter if needed.

(paint “BILLY-BOBS” or what ever, landscape service on the side and no one will know the difference)

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A.N.T.S. • Prepper Camp-Meet & Greet

August 31, 2017 Cadit 0

OK guys: next week is Prepper Camp, I’m going, are you? Hoping to meet-up with a few of you, and chat, introduce myself, put a face to the name and all that. Need a way to ID other member at the P camp, like a red bandana or something that only we would know. Any Ideas?

Well: hope to see you there, sounds like a fun week-end, my first time going. Looking forward to some of the talks and training.

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A.N.T.S. • Prepper Camp-Meet & Greet

August 31, 2017 Cadit 0

OK guys: next week is Prepper Camp, I’m going, are you? Hoping to meet-up with a few of you, and chat, introduce myself, put a face to the name and all that. Need a way to ID other member at the P camp, like a red bandana or something that only we would know. Any Ideas?

Well: hope to see you there, sounds like a fun week-end, my first time going. Looking forward to some of the talks and training.

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A.N.T.S. • All the Fluff

August 31, 2017 Cadit 0

Greetings All:

With all the news on NK and the Hurricane, makes me wonder what our government is up to. seems like every time that a conflict or disaster or some other emergency arises, our government gets busy doing something to take a little more of our freedoms away. So; with all that going on now in our country and around the world, what are they up to?

Signing the UN Gun Treaty? Fighting Trump, dividing congress? What? Your guess is as good as mine, but if history is right, they are plotting something in the mist of all this mayhem. Sound off and let us know your thoughts on the matter.

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A.N.T.S. • All the Fluff

August 31, 2017 Cadit 0

Greetings All:

With all the news on NK and the Hurricane, makes me wonder what our government is up to. seems like every time that a conflict or disaster or some other emergency arises, our government gets busy doing something to take a little more of our freedoms away. So; with all that going on now in our country and around the world, what are they up to?

Signing the UN Gun Treaty? Fighting Trump, dividing congress? What? Your guess is as good as mine, but if history is right, they are plotting something in the mist of all this mayhem. Sound off and let us know your thoughts on the matter.

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A.N.T.S. • Re: The Fun Stuff

August 31, 2017 handyman777 0
IceFire wrote:

Photon Guy wrote:

IceFire wrote:Yes, I mean other types of art, such as drawing, painting, etc. I also do “theater arts” (acting) and costuming…which can be considered yet another type of art.

Wow. I used to be into drawing and painting too. My mom was really big into art and was a graphic designer by profession. Its just that its very time consuming and you need lots of stuff. I’ve also got a small guitar collection and I’ve taken some lessons but I’ve never become proficient with the guitar. Costuming is fun and I sometimes do that and acting is fascinating too. Interestingly, much of this stuff, art, painting, and particularly theater arts such as acting is generally very liberal stuff. This forum is the kind of forum that mostly conservatives would post on I would think. So, we’re discussing activities that are generally liberal on a forum that is generally conservative.

Hate to dash your preconceptions, but politics has NOTHING to do with it. Art, music, theater, etc. can (and DO) cross political boundaries. The bunch that I perform with, in fact are mostly all either conservative or Independents. VERY few libs in my little corner of the world.

:thumbsup: Well said ICEFIRE

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Washington Discussion, News and Weather • Re: Its a mistake….

August 31, 2017 idahobeef 0

Instead of moving (which we have pondered), I WAS thinking of moving it all into a storage unit. Ours has brick walls, steel bars, and barbed wire at the top, so it’d be a great place to bug out too, haha. Plus they are very well insulated and air conditioned (we live in a desert), and have low access routes. I honestly dont think anyone will be looking for FOOD at a storage unit place. Well its cheapert than moving and I can rent a HUGE one for just $80, hehe. Thoughts? Comments?

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Natural Disasters • Re: Gulf Coast Hurricane

August 31, 2017 Mollypup 0

Chemical Plant Near Houston Warns It’s About to Explode

A fire or explosion in the next few days at a flooded chemical plant on the outskirts of Houston is virtually inevitable, its CEO warned on a call with reporters Wednesday.

The Arkema Inc. factory in Crosby, Texas, 20 miles northeast of downtown Houston, lost power early Sunday, which it needs to refrigerate volatile chemicals. Those chemicals ignite if they get too warm ― something likely to happen in the next six days, Arkema North America CEO Richard Rowe said.

“Materials could now explode and cause a subsequent intense fire,” Rowe said. “The high water that exists on site, and the lack of power, leave us with no way to prevent it.”

“We’re really blocked from taking meaningful action,” he added.

The company powered its coolers with backup generators at first, but they were overwhelmed by water and have failed, leaving the chemicals to warm.

Residents living within 1.5-mile radius of the plant were evacuated Tuesday, along with a skeleton crew of Arkema workers who had stayed behind during the storm in case of an emergency.

Arkema manufactures organic peroxides at the Crosby plant. According to a safe storage manual by AkzoNobel, a rival chemical manufacturer, that class of chemicals is considered “highly combustible.” At high ambient temperatures, “a violent combustion or thermal explosion” is possible, the manual says.

Arkema is among dozens of chemical plants and refineries in the Houston area, many of which have sustained damage in this week’s flooding, causing harm to residents’ health and the environment.

This article originally appeared on HuffPost.

Like these people don’t have enough problems already. :shakeno:

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Natural Disasters • Re: Gulf Coast Hurricane

August 31, 2017 Mollypup 0

Chemical Plant Near Houston Warns It’s About to Explode

A fire or explosion in the next few days at a flooded chemical plant on the outskirts of Houston is virtually inevitable, its CEO warned on a call with reporters Wednesday.

The Arkema Inc. factory in Crosby, Texas, 20 miles northeast of downtown Houston, lost power early Sunday, which it needs to refrigerate volatile chemicals. Those chemicals ignite if they get too warm ― something likely to happen in the next six days, Arkema North America CEO Richard Rowe said.

“Materials could now explode and cause a subsequent intense fire,” Rowe said. “The high water that exists on site, and the lack of power, leave us with no way to prevent it.”

“We’re really blocked from taking meaningful action,” he added.

The company powered its coolers with backup generators at first, but they were overwhelmed by water and have failed, leaving the chemicals to warm.

Residents living within 1.5-mile radius of the plant were evacuated Tuesday, along with a skeleton crew of Arkema workers who had stayed behind during the storm in case of an emergency.

Arkema manufactures organic peroxides at the Crosby plant. According to a safe storage manual by AkzoNobel, a rival chemical manufacturer, that class of chemicals is considered “highly combustible.” At high ambient temperatures, “a violent combustion or thermal explosion” is possible, the manual says.

Arkema is among dozens of chemical plants and refineries in the Houston area, many of which have sustained damage in this week’s flooding, causing harm to residents’ health and the environment.

This article originally appeared on HuffPost.

Like these people don’t have enough problems already. :shakeno:

Statistics: Posted by Mollypup — Thu Aug 31, 2017 2:42 am


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Twisting The Power of Words!

August 31, 2017 gman 0

Twisting The Power of Words! James Walton “I Am Liberty” Audio player below! Even respectable right wing outlets like the Drudge Report are falling into the dialogue trap. I am a writer and to me words are very important. We are lumping people into categories that are extremely dangerous, not just to the person but … Continue reading Twisting The Power of Words!

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Prayer Requests • Re: Update on Rebnavy

August 31, 2017 Floridaclipper 0

Father, look upon those who are ill and their caretakers in the midst of illness and pain may they be united to Christ, who heals body and soul; may they know the consolation promised to those who suffer and be fully restored to health through Christ our Lord. Amen

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Prayer Requests • Re: Update on Rebnavy

August 31, 2017 Floridaclipper 0

Father, look upon those who are ill and their caretakers in the midst of illness and pain may they be united to Christ, who heals body and soul; may they know the consolation promised to those who suffer and be fully restored to health through Christ our Lord. Amen

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Guns • Re: Where I learn to shoot

August 31, 2017 ajax727 0

Photon Guy
Sound like a time share , you pay for limited use . Also they could sell out at anytime and you would be SOL .But to each his own .
I know I am kinda blunt .

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Guns • Re: Where I learn to shoot

August 31, 2017 ajax727 0

Photon Guy
Sound like a time share , you pay for limited use . Also they could sell out at anytime and you would be SOL .But to each his own .
I know I am kinda blunt .

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Guns • Re: Where I learn to shoot

August 31, 2017 ajax727 0

Photon Guy
Sound like a time share , you pay for limited use . Also they could sell out at anytime and you would be SOL .But to each his own .
I know I am kinda blunt .

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Natural Disasters • Re: Gulf Coast Hurricane

August 31, 2017 ajax727 0

Anita your son had a good leader you , you did an excellent job on getting him prepared . That is my main point on the above , food water and a dry place . If others would have done the same things would have been a lot better for them .
I did sent some money but to a couple of friends to use as they seen fit , for gas for boats , gas for their trucks or meals . I sent it to his bank account from mine it was simple and easy all I need was the bank location I know his name .
I also agree the church will do a better job helping than any other group . There will be a lot of fraud with the fly by night money grabbers .
I lost my company when a hurricane came by destroyed my production building and three other buildings and two shelters . I did ask for help to rebuild but was turned down for funding . From that point on I refuse to ask for help from the state government or any group or person . It was a hard lesson but I learned from it .

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Natural Disasters • Re: Gulf Coast Hurricane

August 31, 2017 ajax727 0

Anita your son had a good leader you , you did an excellent job on getting him prepared . That is my main point on the above , food water and a dry place . If others would have done the same things would have been a lot better for them .
I did sent some money but to a couple of friends to use as they seen fit , for gas for boats , gas for their trucks or meals . I sent it to his bank account from mine it was simple and easy all I need was the bank location I know his name .
I also agree the church will do a better job helping than any other group . There will be a lot of fraud with the fly by night money grabbers .
I lost my company when a hurricane came by destroyed my production building and three other buildings and two shelters . I did ask for help to rebuild but was turned down for funding . From that point on I refuse to ask for help from the state government or any group or person . It was a hard lesson but I learned from it .

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Natural Disasters • Re: Gulf Coast Hurricane

August 31, 2017 ajax727 0

Anita your son had a good leader you , you did an excellent job on getting him prepared . That is my main point on the above , food water and a dry place . If others would have done the same things would have been a lot better for them .
I did sent some money but to a couple of friends to use as they seen fit , for gas for boats , gas for their trucks or meals . I sent it to his bank account from mine it was simple and easy all I need was the bank location I know his name .
I also agree the church will do a better job helping than any other group . There will be a lot of fraud with the fly by night money grabbers .
I lost my company when a hurricane came by destroyed my production building and three other buildings and two shelters . I did ask for help to rebuild but was turned down for funding . From that point on I refuse to ask for help from the state government or any group or person . It was a hard lesson but I learned from it .

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Check In Here Oregon Preppers • Hi

August 31, 2017 Jerrbear 0

Hi people! Totally new to this site, so im not really sure how to use it to its full potential yet. Im looking to find like minded people in my area to possibly team up with and make a bush camp. I have some skills and am working on building up some supplies, but i own no land to bug out to. Is there anyone out there interested in teaming up?

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Check In Here Oregon Preppers • Hi

August 31, 2017 Jerrbear 0

Hi people! Totally new to this site, so im not really sure how to use it to its full potential yet. Im looking to find like minded people in my area to possibly team up with and make a bush camp. I have some skills and am working on building up some supplies, but i own no land to bug out to. Is there anyone out there interested in teaming up?

Statistics: Posted by Jerrbear — Wed Aug 30, 2017 10:25 pm