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Books • Re: That ONE Must-Have Book?

May 23, 2017 Illini Warrior 0
angie_nrs wrote:
Reviving this thread to add another book….

The Doomsday Book of Medicine by Ralph LaGuardia. It’s a bit pricey at around $40 on Amazon but so far I think it’s well worth it. It’s huge! It weighs over 2.5 pounds and has around 900 pages! Considering what college text books are going for these days, this is a steal. Thus far I have only gotten through the first 100 pages but I really like it so far. Just when you start getting bored with a particular topic he switches it up. Plus, you can always jump to whatever topic you need immediate info on…..I just prefer to read as written. It’s written in laymans terms and he also injects a few little stories here and there to keep things fresh. Although, if you are a liberal or left leaning in any way, be prepared to get a poke here and there. :p I just grin and keep reading but he probably could have written this without offending the lefties out there…..not that many of them will read it. To each his own and I actually find it quite amusing. :evil:

I’m just starting to get interested in researching essential oils, tinctures, and plants/herb uses and he does touch on these subjects. He also covers natural foods and remedies since it is a “Doomsday” book after all, where we could be left with just our knowledge and mother earth. He gives suggestions on stock piling useful supplies but also offers ideas on alternatives when the stock eventually runs out.

I probably shouldn’t be raving about this book until I have read more of it, but I can already tell that this was worth the money for me. It’s probably going to take me a while to get through this whole book (especially at this busy time of year) but I’m glad I have it in my library.

https://www.amazon.com/Doomsday-Book-Me … f+Medicine

Statistics: Posted by Illini Warrior — Tue May 23, 2017 1:07 pm


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Books • Re: That ONE Must-Have Book?

May 23, 2017 Illini Warrior 0
angie_nrs wrote:
Reviving this thread to add another book….

The Doomsday Book of Medicine by Ralph LaGuardia. It’s a bit pricey at around $40 on Amazon but so far I think it’s well worth it. It’s huge! It weighs over 2.5 pounds and has around 900 pages! Considering what college text books are going for these days, this is a steal. Thus far I have only gotten through the first 100 pages but I really like it so far. Just when you start getting bored with a particular topic he switches it up. Plus, you can always jump to whatever topic you need immediate info on…..I just prefer to read as written. It’s written in laymans terms and he also injects a few little stories here and there to keep things fresh. Although, if you are a liberal or left leaning in any way, be prepared to get a poke here and there. :p I just grin and keep reading but he probably could have written this without offending the lefties out there…..not that many of them will read it. To each his own and I actually find it quite amusing. :evil:

I’m just starting to get interested in researching essential oils, tinctures, and plants/herb uses and he does touch on these subjects. He also covers natural foods and remedies since it is a “Doomsday” book after all, where we could be left with just our knowledge and mother earth. He gives suggestions on stock piling useful supplies but also offers ideas on alternatives when the stock eventually runs out.

I probably shouldn’t be raving about this book until I have read more of it, but I can already tell that this was worth the money for me. It’s probably going to take me a while to get through this whole book (especially at this busy time of year) but I’m glad I have it in my library.

https://www.amazon.com/Doomsday-Book-Me … f+Medicine

Statistics: Posted by Illini Warrior — Tue May 23, 2017 1:07 pm


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General Family Preparedness • Re: Burying a tank for storage

May 17, 2017 Illini Warrior 0
tucker0104 wrote:
I am all about listening to some old timers advice, but I can also think for myself. A tank that is guaranteed to not collapse when buried stands a pretty good chance that it won’t collapse when buried. Also, why would it pop out of the ground if I am buying it to stuff it full of stuff.

it’s a cork – it’ll float out under the right conditions – even if “loaded” – your idea of weighted down and real physics of buoyancy are two different things ….

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General Family Preparedness • Re: Burying a tank for storage

May 17, 2017 Illini Warrior 0
tucker0104 wrote:
I am all about listening to some old timers advice, but I can also think for myself. A tank that is guaranteed to not collapse when buried stands a pretty good chance that it won’t collapse when buried. Also, why would it pop out of the ground if I am buying it to stuff it full of stuff.

it’s a cork – it’ll float out under the right conditions – even if “loaded” – your idea of weighted down and real physics of buoyancy are two different things ….

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General Food Topics • Re: looking for mylar ziplock bucket bags

May 15, 2017 Illini Warrior 0
dmwalsh568 wrote:
I’ve used mylarbagsdirect.com for 1 gallon zipper top bags, but I’m not sure they have 5 gallon zipper tops.

I prefer to have a bunch of 1 gallon bags in a bucket myself, so I have less open at any given moment, but to each their own.

as far as I know the only zipper bags that Bags Direct has are their “stacker bags” – not listed as zipper bags but they have that option …..

http://mylarbagsdirect.com/stmyba.html

Statistics: Posted by Illini Warrior — Mon May 15, 2017 9:58 am


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General Food Topics • Re: looking for mylar ziplock bucket bags

May 14, 2017 Illini Warrior 0
broden wrote:
been a while since i’ve been here been really busy with life.. but you all know how that gets some times

anyway i am looking for good mylar 5 gallon ziplock bucket bags..

want to store some things but be able to keep them in the pantry in buckets for use as needed also .. rice sugar salt things like that.

if anyone can point me towards ones they have gotten and been happy with it would be really appreciated.

you do know that for long term storage they still need to heat sealed closed – the ziplock feature is only for pantry use after you crack open that food bucket (great combined with a Gamma lid) …. there’s no real value to using a mylar bag for everyday type food storage ….

http://www.discountmylarbags.com/5-gallon-mylar-bags/

http://packfreshusa.com/5-gallon-hd-ziplock-mylar-bags/

https://mylarpro.com/product/5-gallon-e … ombo-pack/

50 bag bulk buy only:

https://www.usaemergencysupply.com/emer … Mylar-Bags

Statistics: Posted by Illini Warrior — Sun May 14, 2017 3:25 pm


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General Food Topics • Re: looking for mylar ziplock bucket bags

May 14, 2017 Illini Warrior 0
broden wrote:
been a while since i’ve been here been really busy with life.. but you all know how that gets some times

anyway i am looking for good mylar 5 gallon ziplock bucket bags..

want to store some things but be able to keep them in the pantry in buckets for use as needed also .. rice sugar salt things like that.

if anyone can point me towards ones they have gotten and been happy with it would be really appreciated.

you do know that for long term storage they still need to heat sealed closed – the ziplock feature is only for pantry use after you crack open that food bucket (great combined with a Gamma lid) …. there’s no real value to using a mylar bag for everyday type food storage ….

http://www.discountmylarbags.com/5-gallon-mylar-bags/

http://packfreshusa.com/5-gallon-hd-ziplock-mylar-bags/

https://mylarpro.com/product/5-gallon-e … ombo-pack/

50 bag bulk buy only:

https://www.usaemergencysupply.com/emer … Mylar-Bags

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Terrorism & other Man made disasters • Re: FARADAY CAGES

May 10, 2017 Illini Warrior 0
hancockcounty wrote:
Hello all…

What do you all think about using the aluminum trash cans lined with cardboard and then putting them in an underground storage container… say a bunker type burried with 3 feet of dirt?
Would they need to be grounded?

the Faraday has to be an effective protector – need to follow ALL the requirements pointed out thru out the posting – 3 foot earth overhead isn’t EMP protection (gives you bare requirement for radiation) …. NORAD is buried under a granite mountain and just spent $$$ BILLIONS $$$ on updating their EMP protection ….

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Construction Cornerstone • Re: Phillips screws vs regular screws

May 8, 2017 Illini Warrior 0
Photon Guy wrote:
The screw is an ancient invention. Supposedly there’s evidence that there were screws around as early as the 3rd century B.C. Anyway, from what I know sometime in the mid 20th century they came out with the Phillips screw. The Phillips screw was a new and improved design and its distinguishable with its cross head design. So I was wondering why today all screws aren’t Phillips screws? Its supposed to work better than the old fashioned single slot screw so I don’t see why they still make the old single slot screws. I particularly find this frustrating when I need to turn a screw and its an old single slot screw and all I’ve got are Phillips screw drivers. You can sometimes use a regular screw driver to turn a Phillips screw but you can’t use a Phillips screw driver to turn a regular screw. So like I said, its frustrating.

then a square drive or clutch head is really going to pizz you off …

Statistics: Posted by Illini Warrior — Mon May 08, 2017 6:41 pm


Construction Cornerstone • Re: Phillips screws vs regular screws

May 8, 2017 Illini Warrior 0
Photon Guy wrote:
The screw is an ancient invention. Supposedly there’s evidence that there were screws around as early as the 3rd century B.C. Anyway, from what I know sometime in the mid 20th century they came out with the Phillips screw. The Phillips screw was a new and improved design and its distinguishable with its cross head design. So I was wondering why today all screws aren’t Phillips screws? Its supposed to work better than the old fashioned single slot screw so I don’t see why they still make the old single slot screws. I particularly find this frustrating when I need to turn a screw and its an old single slot screw and all I’ve got are Phillips screw drivers. You can sometimes use a regular screw driver to turn a Phillips screw but you can’t use a Phillips screw driver to turn a regular screw. So like I said, its frustrating.

then a square drive or clutch head is really going to pizz you off …

Statistics: Posted by Illini Warrior — Mon May 08, 2017 6:41 pm


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Guns • Re: Boycott Springfield Armory, Rock River Arms

May 2, 2017 Illini Warrior 0

I can’t for the life of me figure out why the guy got in bed with the Chicago DemoCraps – it took all kinds of arm bending to get a Senate vote – it’s not passing in the House … and Governor Rauner is a lifelong NRA member and sportsmen – he’s not signing it no matter what ….

the guy shot himself in the foot for nothing ….

Statistics: Posted by Illini Warrior — Tue May 02, 2017 6:47 am


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Guns • Re: Boycott Springfield Armory, Rock River Arms

May 2, 2017 Illini Warrior 0

I can’t for the life of me figure out why the guy got in bed with the Chicago DemoCraps – it took all kinds of arm bending to get a Senate vote – it’s not passing in the House … and Governor Rauner is a lifelong NRA member and sportsmen – he’s not signing it no matter what ….

the guy shot himself in the foot for nothing ….

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Terrorism & other Man made disasters • Re: EMP-Korea Concerns & Discussions

May 1, 2017 Illini Warrior 0
Mollypup wrote:

Illini Warrior wrote:

the guy was dictator – of course “he can hold it together and keep it behind closed doors.” …. he didn’t even consult his cabinet – absolutely refused to listen to career EXPERT professionals on that exact subject under consideration – he was that fricking conceited – then he’d blame some underling for his failures – the man has HUGE mental & emotional problems ….

if you don’t like him Tweeting – YOU come up with a method of communicating THE TRUTH to people that are following him – follow the truth from CNN or The New York Times?????? …. do you see any confidential info or secrets being revealed? …. did he say anything in advance of the Syria Tomahawk launch? …. is he all over Tweeter about North Korea? – if there’s EVER been a better prez at playing his cards close – it’s Prez Trump – Obammy didn’t even have a deck of cards much less EVER play the game … that’s why we have the HUGE Middle East problem and it’s down to the 2 minute warning with North Korea and they are on the 1 yard line ready to score the win ….

Obama may have tried to act like a dictator, but he wasn’t. Not by a long shot. If he were, Trump wouldn’t be sitting in the White house & this discussion wouldn’t even be happening. As for Trumps tweets? What you’re getting is just His version of the Truth. May be true, may just be a twisted view of the truth, may not be truth at all. His words aren’t any more golden than anyone else’s words.

I find it interesting that people get so twitchy at the notion of being Objective. I’m not going to argue over it.

he wasn’t a dictator? …. just because the democratic system wouldn’t allow him to continue his reign? …. because he couldn’t completely take over the military to the point of a coup on the country? … the question isn’t whether he was a dictator – acts & facts prove that out – YOU need to present some proof that he WASN’T a dictator – since he continues his reign thru the backdoor – that’s almost impossible ….

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Terrorism & other Man made disasters • Re: EMP-Korea Concerns & Discussions

April 30, 2017 Illini Warrior 0
Mollypup wrote:

Illini Warrior wrote:

Obammy more mentally stable than Prez Trump? … where exactly have you been the last 8 years? …. he has more mental & emotional issues than any modern president – including Nixon and Johnson – and that taking Kennedy’s drug issue into account …

there’s all kinds of “tell all” books coming out – I’d be reserving anything positive about Obammy until you see behind the Wizard’s curtain …

Trust me. I’m not saying anything positive about Obama. Nor will I ever. I wasn’t even claiming the man is mentally stable. I simply said more stable than Trump. Why? Because he can hold it together and keep it behind closed doors. Trump can’t or won’t. His Twitter account is one example.

And I will state for the record that I truly wish conservatives would take a step back and at least try to be more objective where Trump is concerned. I’m not condemning the man, but he’s no one’s savior any more than Obama was for dems. I seem to recall conservatives faulting dems for the same behavior. Even the best leaders have their faults, some worse than others.

The American populous has got to lose this “all or nothing” attitude or our leaders are just going to get worse & worse because we’re going to keep making the same mistakes over & over again.

the guy was dictator – of course “he can hold it together and keep it behind closed doors.” …. he didn’t even consult his cabinet – absolutely refused to listen to career EXPERT professionals on that exact subject under consideration – he was that fricking conceited – then he’d blame some underling for his failures – the man has HUGE mental & emotional problems ….

if you don’t like him Tweeting – YOU come up with a method of communicating THE TRUTH to people that are following him – follow the truth from CNN or The New York Times?????? …. do you see any confidential info or secrets being revealed? …. did he say anything in advance of the Syria Tomahawk launch? …. is he all over Tweeter about North Korea? – if there’s EVER been a better prez at playing his cards close – it’s Prez Trump – Obammy didn’t even have a deck of cards much less EVER play the game … that’s why we have the HUGE Middle East problem and it’s down to the 2 minute warning with North Korea and they are on the 1 yard line ready to score the win ….

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Terrorism & other Man made disasters • Re: Is this the end?

April 29, 2017 Illini Warrior 0
ReadyMom wrote:

Illini Warrior wrote:the darkside is buzy – people with proven previously good intel are saying to spend the weekend getting ready …. go thru your “last minute” shopping list” and get ready to button stuff down ….

Illini … can you share some of what you are hearing … what these folks are expecting? I’m trying to follow updates, while away from home, the past couple of days. Can’t ‘research’ like I want. One thing I heard from an ‘expert’ interviewed on The Blaze, was we’d have 12-18 mos before anything significant happened (at least that’s what I thought I heard … I was listening while riding in the car :blush: ). I wish I could upload that Blaze program it was VERY informative. Helped me to get a better grasp on the current concerns. -k

that’s all I can say – what’s said on those closed sites stays there ….

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Terrorism & other Man made disasters • Re: Is this the end?

April 29, 2017 Illini Warrior 0
ReadyMom wrote:

rebnavy1862 wrote:There have been no postings on APN since 4:21 this morning. Rickdun was the last to post. Readymom hasn’t posted a Korea warning all morning. :D Is everyone else gone and I am the only person left on Earth :?:shock:
Well, my wife is still here. There are cars passing the house. A plane flew overhead. The phone rang. Robo-call, not a real person.TV still works.

Nevermind :blush::'(:'(

False alarm.
Reb

That’s because I was up till nearly 2am and got up late, this morning :blush: . We’re visiting our soccer-player-son, in Texas. There’s a 1 hour time change and I wasn’t adjusting well, last night … so I was scouring the internet for Korea updates. Just got finished checking again, with my wake-up coffee and nothing new to report this AM. So … onward with life … go out and clean the yard. It’s going to be 104, down here, in Texas (vs cool Penna temperatures for April), so I’m going to find something cool to do, before game time, tonight. Maybe include a good Tex-Mex Margaretta in the day’s plans. -k

the darkside is buzy – people with proven previously good intel are saying to spend the weekend getting ready …. go thru your “last minute” shopping list” and get ready to button stuff down ….

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Terrorism & other Man made disasters • Re: EMP-Korea Concerns & Discussions

April 27, 2017 Illini Warrior 0
Mollypup wrote:

rebnavy1862 wrote:For a moment there, when you said: “mentally unstable psycopathic narcissist with zero diplomatic and military experience” I thought you were talking about Obama.
Reb

It’s not my fault the voters voted in two of them in a row. While I greatly dislike Obama, I have to say he was more mentally stable than the current occupant in the white house. I can’t say at this point either of them are much different in decision making. Trump hasn’t been in office long enough to give him a fair shake down.

As for the drills………I know they take planning & budgets & lots of coordination. I’ve taken part in them. That there are disaster drills doesn’t heighten my alertness, they happen all the time. That it is for something rather specific, nuclear attack, is what got my attention. They’re usually just generic disaster type themes. This country has not worried about a nuclear threat in many decades. Now suddenly we’re having nuclear disaster drills. Yup. That’s going to cause me to stop & consider why. And the theme could’ve have been made more specific within a short time frame as it still would involve the same people & much of the same equipment just some detail alterations & a more specific focus.

Obammy more mentally stable than Prez Trump? … where exactly have you been the last 8 years? …. he has more mental & emotional issues than any modern president – including Nixon and Johnson – and that taking Kennedy’s drug issue into account …

there’s all kinds of “tell all” books coming out – I’d be reserving anything positive about Obammy until you see behind the Wizard’s curtain …

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Terrorism & other Man made disasters • Re: EMP-Korea Concerns & Discussions

April 27, 2017 Illini Warrior 0
Mollypup wrote:

rebnavy1862 wrote:For a moment there, when you said: “mentally unstable psycopathic narcissist with zero diplomatic and military experience” I thought you were talking about Obama.
Reb

It’s not my fault the voters voted in two of them in a row. While I greatly dislike Obama, I have to say he was more mentally stable than the current occupant in the white house. I can’t say at this point either of them are much different in decision making. Trump hasn’t been in office long enough to give him a fair shake down.

As for the drills………I know they take planning & budgets & lots of coordination. I’ve taken part in them. That there are disaster drills doesn’t heighten my alertness, they happen all the time. That it is for something rather specific, nuclear attack, is what got my attention. They’re usually just generic disaster type themes. This country has not worried about a nuclear threat in many decades. Now suddenly we’re having nuclear disaster drills. Yup. That’s going to cause me to stop & consider why. And the theme could’ve have been made more specific within a short time frame as it still would involve the same people & much of the same equipment just some detail alterations & a more specific focus.

Obammy more mentally stable than Prez Trump? … where exactly have you been the last 8 years? …. he has more mental & emotional issues than any modern president – including Nixon and Johnson – and that taking Kennedy’s drug issue into account …

there’s all kinds of “tell all” books coming out – I’d be reserving anything positive about Obammy until you see behind the Wizard’s curtain …

Statistics: Posted by Illini Warrior — Thu Apr 27, 2017 7:22 am


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Terrorism & other Man made disasters • Re: EMP-Korea Concerns & Discussions

April 27, 2017 Illini Warrior 0
Mollypup wrote:

rebnavy1862 wrote:For a moment there, when you said: “mentally unstable psycopathic narcissist with zero diplomatic and military experience” I thought you were talking about Obama.
Reb

It’s not my fault the voters voted in two of them in a row. While I greatly dislike Obama, I have to say he was more mentally stable than the current occupant in the white house. I can’t say at this point either of them are much different in decision making. Trump hasn’t been in office long enough to give him a fair shake down.

As for the drills………I know they take planning & budgets & lots of coordination. I’ve taken part in them. That there are disaster drills doesn’t heighten my alertness, they happen all the time. That it is for something rather specific, nuclear attack, is what got my attention. They’re usually just generic disaster type themes. This country has not worried about a nuclear threat in many decades. Now suddenly we’re having nuclear disaster drills. Yup. That’s going to cause me to stop & consider why. And the theme could’ve have been made more specific within a short time frame as it still would involve the same people & much of the same equipment just some detail alterations & a more specific focus.

Obammy more mentally stable than Prez Trump? … where exactly have you been the last 8 years? …. he has more mental & emotional issues than any modern president – including Nixon and Johnson – and that taking Kennedy’s drug issue into account …

there’s all kinds of “tell all” books coming out – I’d be reserving anything positive about Obammy until you see behind the Wizard’s curtain …

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General Food Topics • Re: HONEY: powder

April 27, 2017 Illini Warrior 0
AuntBee wrote:
Augusson Farms sells powdered honey. Since real honey doesn’t spoil, why would anyone store honey powder? Unless it’s b/c the powder weighs much less? Or is there a secret recipe?

Aunt Bee
Mildly insulted at the very idea

just like anything else concentrated – more in a smaller space – from what I see the usual reconstituting mix is 50/50 with water ….

users seem to be referring to it as “honey syrup” – some aren’t pleased with that and the sweetner additives ….

Statistics: Posted by Illini Warrior — Thu Apr 27, 2017 7:12 am


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General Food Topics • Re: HONEY: powder

April 27, 2017 Illini Warrior 0
AuntBee wrote:
Augusson Farms sells powdered honey. Since real honey doesn’t spoil, why would anyone store honey powder? Unless it’s b/c the powder weighs much less? Or is there a secret recipe?

Aunt Bee
Mildly insulted at the very idea

just like anything else concentrated – more in a smaller space – from what I see the usual reconstituting mix is 50/50 with water ….

users seem to be referring to it as “honey syrup” – some aren’t pleased with that and the sweetner additives ….

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General Preparedness Discussion • Re: EMP strikes

April 26, 2017 Illini Warrior 0
Halmic73 wrote:
An EMP will damage electronics while a Solar Flare will damage the electrical distribution system (Hi th tension power lines/transformers). Either way there are enough people scattered with enough knowledge to generate localized power out of the scraps they can find.

I think the danger lies in a societal collapse whereas everything that is produced by electricity in mass becomes scarce; i.e. commercial farming, commercial water supply, gasoline powered equipment, etc.

if an enemy attacks the US with an enhanced nuke device – the concentrated destruction will be on the same level of a major solar flare – they’ll be looking to knock out protected gear buried in Cheyenne Mountain and elsewhere – it takes power to override the protection … there won’t be much left that’s unprotected or moderately protected …

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General Preparedness Discussion • Re: April 2017 – What Did You Do To Prep Todayhis Week?

April 26, 2017 Illini Warrior 0
dmwalsh568 wrote:
Sealed up some of my moderate use electronics in expedient faraday shielding. Separately wrapped old iPhone, a portable DVD player, a Kindle that has my prepping library in it, plus my wife’s old Kindle in paper, then foil, then another layer of paper before placing into an aluminum chafing pan, then covered that with heavy duty aluminum foil. Hopefully that’s enough if NK’s weight challenged leader :crazy: really does have an EMP device….

Oh, and I sealed my last trash can faraday cage with aluminum tape, again same reason. Other cans had been sealed for months, but last one had battery packs that I charge periodically. Sealed for now, until latest crisis blows over or the balloon goes up.

Heading to market on way home to top off some canned goods I used this weekend. I want to be as buttoned up as I can be for April 25th, since it’s a military holiday for NK.

you should go to steel wool instead of the aluminum tape – having to replace it everytime you access the Faraday Cage …. in a SHTF with EMP/solar flare potential you’ll be in and out constantly ….

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General Preparedness Discussion • Re: EMP strikes

April 26, 2017 Illini Warrior 0
IceFire wrote:

daaswampman wrote:

Illini Warrior wrote:the lesser gender of the “in betweens” will suffer more also – going to be a male world ….

Surely it will be different this time “we have Safe Zones” and we will not return to normal human behavior! I am certain the “In Betweens”, as well as women and children will be treated as they are now in all areas of conflict!

One BIG difference in those areas of conflict and here…in those areas, the average person (female or otherwise) is NOT armed, and therefore hove no good way to defend/protect themselves. Here, on the other hand, quite a few women are VERY well armed, and know darned good and well how to use those arms. Especially in my area.

the very few women and angry tough old people that can take care of themselves will skew the percentages ever soooo slightly …. it’s still the old and the young dying off …. females will die in bigger number than males – it’ll 5-6 guys or more per surviving female

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General Preparedness Discussion • Re: EMP strikes

April 26, 2017 Illini Warrior 0
Blondie wrote:

Illini Warrior wrote: going to be a male world ….

I’ve known many guys who can’t cook a meal nor find their way to a grocery store let alone carry a set of jumper cables.

and known plenty of women totally useless for everything – especially in bed ….

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Terrorism & other Man made disasters • Re: EMP-Korea Concerns & Discussions

April 25, 2017 Illini Warrior 0
theoutback wrote:

rickdun wrote:

theoutback wrote:the big question is what will that crazy little fat kid do???

Outback, I was down at our local VFW, there’s a sign behind the bar, with his picture on it with a scope/cross hairs on his face
and it say’s :

“(LFDR) – LITTLE FAT DORM REFRIGERATOR”

:rofl:

It’s pretty interesting how this has become such a big topic world wide. It’s not just the US having a problem with this little porkball!

North Korea is a huge exporter of weapons to the highest bidder – no limits on who gets what …. they are responsible for a great number of the 1,000s of short & medium range missiles now aimed at Israel …. they are also cooperating with Iran on their nuke program …. on conventional criminal side they smuggle narcotics and counterfit US and British bills ….

when NK gets the long range ballistic missile developed – expect it to start showing up around the world …. and wouldn’t think twice about selling a nuke to any terrorist willing to pay ….

it’s wayyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy past the time that these guys got taken out – it’s now or face a mad man with nuke tipped missiles ….

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Terrorism & other Man made disasters • Re: EMP-Korea Concerns & Discussions

April 25, 2017 Illini Warrior 0
theoutback wrote:

rickdun wrote:

theoutback wrote:the big question is what will that crazy little fat kid do???

Outback, I was down at our local VFW, there’s a sign behind the bar, with his picture on it with a scope/cross hairs on his face
and it say’s :

“(LFDR) – LITTLE FAT DORM REFRIGERATOR”

:rofl:

It’s pretty interesting how this has become such a big topic world wide. It’s not just the US having a problem with this little porkball!

North Korea is a huge exporter of weapons to the highest bidder – no limits on who gets what …. they are responsible for a great number of the 1,000s of short & medium range missiles now aimed at Israel …. they are also cooperating with Iran on their nuke program …. on conventional criminal side they smuggle narcotics and counterfit US and British bills ….

when NK gets the long range ballistic missile developed – expect it to start showing up around the world …. and wouldn’t think twice about selling a nuke to any terrorist willing to pay ….

it’s wayyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy past the time that these guys got taken out – it’s now or face a mad man with nuke tipped missiles ….

Statistics: Posted by Illini Warrior — Mon Apr 24, 2017 9:53 pm