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Livestock and more • The perfect bee!

November 6, 2017 eochief66 0

Not sure where to put this site about bees, but here it is!I have been reading this course since it started. Check it out if you are interested in bees.https://www.perfectbee.com/learn-about- … -genetics/Statistics: Posted by eochief66 — Sun Nov 05…

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General Canning Topics • Re: Vinegar

November 5, 2017 eochief66 0

I cannot help you on using it to can with. Don’t throw it out use it to clean your house. It is supposed to work on cleaning bathrooms and such.Statistics: Posted by eochief66 — Sun Nov 05, 2017 5:54 am

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A.N.T.S. • Re: How Will You Cope In a Long Term SHTF

October 31, 2017 eochief66 0

Viet Nam vets know that old tires make great sandals. The Vietnamese made sandals from tires and I believe they lasted a very long time! I do not see why they would not make good soles on boots. The problem would be how to adhere them to the boots….

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A.N.T.S. • Re: SHTF – Training and Pratice

October 24, 2017 eochief66 0

"On another note that is related to comms; Founderant has moved all CommAnts info to the map. It make it easier to find a Comms person in you state or area. Check it out, and think of becoming a CommAnt. We need more so we have greater coverage a…

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A.N.T.S. • Re: SHTF – Training and Pratice

October 24, 2017 eochief66 0

"On another note that is related to comms; Founderant has moved all CommAnts info to the map. It make it easier to find a Comms person in you state or area. Check it out, and think of becoming a CommAnt. We need more so we have greater coverage a…

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A.N.T.S. • Re: SHTF – Training and Pratice

October 24, 2017 eochief66 0

"On another note that is related to comms; Founderant has moved all CommAnts info to the map. It make it easier to find a Comms person in you state or area. Check it out, and think of becoming a CommAnt. We need more so we have greater coverage a…

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A.N.T.S. • Re: Technicians License

May 14, 2017 eochief66 0

Had a class for the tech license. Studied alone for the General and it was a pain for me!
When I have a question I need an answer, was much easier with an Elmer teaching the class.

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A.N.T.S. • Re: Technicians License

May 14, 2017 eochief66 0

Had a class for the tech license. Studied alone for the General and it was a pain for me!
When I have a question I need an answer, was much easier with an Elmer teaching the class.

Statistics: Posted by eochief66 — Sun May 14, 2017 10:22 am


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Economic Disasters • Re: So for investors who hold physical gold and silver, 2017

February 17, 2017 eochief66 0
daaswampman wrote:
Gold has held value in all of human history. Even when the human population was a tiny fraction of what it is today. Nor is there a documented period in human history, when some type of monetary system did not exist.

It is fiat currencies that lose value. After the fall of Roman Empire, it’s coinage was widely used for hundreds of years. There is ample evidence that even its non silver or gold coins were used, because there were few if any alternatives. That makes a good case for saving copper pennies and nickels which can still be had for face value.

Few people have ever experienced barter. Exchanging a few things with friends and neighbors is not real barter. Try getting fair value or making change using eggs or vegetables. The biggest problem is finding something they want for something you need! Chances are most people will be looking for the same things and will not have anything you need. Swamp

Thanks Swamp! That is what is being forgotten here, gold, silver, copper and even paper are a medium of exchange! The guy you want to trade with might not need your potatoes, ammo, or grains. But he knows others that will take a recognized medium of exchange for what he needs, and so on and so forth!

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Economic Disasters • Re: Interesting article on the next few years!

February 9, 2017 eochief66 0

I post articles such as this one to make people think! As others here, I read a lot about finances, state of our country etc. I do not and hopefully others do not take one persons article as gospel. I glean from these articles what I deem relevant and dismiss the rest as propaganda.
Over the past years many of the ideas of these authors have come to fruition, many have not.
Keep an open mind, and always think out of the box!

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Economic Disasters • Re: Interesting article on the next few years!

February 7, 2017 eochief66 0

This quote pretty much say’s it all!

“Which Assets Are Most Likely To Survive The “System Re-Set”?
Your skills, knowledge and social capital will emerge unscathed on the other side of the re-set wormhole.
Your financial assets held in centrally controlled institutions will not.” – Charles Hugh Smith

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Economic Disasters • Re: A man of wisdom and truth

February 5, 2017 eochief66 0
daaswampman wrote:
It all comes down to where you are in life and what your needs are. I need ways to preserve wealth and ways to pass some to my children. My current needs were met long ago and I sure don’t need any more land, supplies, etc. It was either the markets, the banks, or hard assets. I choose number three and it turned out to be a good decision for me.

Nobody knows exactly what the future holds, but gold and silver has a proven track record for all of human history! And right now today – gold is buying people their freedom, safety, or food, in places like Syria, Venezuela, Iraq, etc., etc. I do not see PM’s as the one answer, but rather an option and I am all about having options! Swamp

Swamp sums it up the best, this was not a one or the other article!

Statistics: Posted by eochief66 — Sun Feb 05, 2017 8:35 am