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Guns • Re: Would you get this?

May 16, 2017 NJMike 0

No to the original question.

Problem with that “gun” is it looks like a gun, but doesn’t act like a gun. I wouldn’t want to have one and face someone else with a real gun who isn’t going to distinguish.

I also wouldn’t be a proponent of getting this product into common use either. It would be like the smart gun technology. I can see laws being introduced as a tactic to curtail already limited carry rights in states like NJ, or just 2A rights in general. Make people get permits for these, and then restrict or ban law abiding citizens from having actual firearms.

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Guns • Re: Would you get this?

May 16, 2017 NJMike 0

No to the original question.

Problem with that “gun” is it looks like a gun, but doesn’t act like a gun. I wouldn’t want to have one and face someone else with a real gun who isn’t going to distinguish.

I also wouldn’t be a proponent of getting this product into common use either. It would be like the smart gun technology. I can see laws being introduced as a tactic to curtail already limited carry rights in states like NJ, or just 2A rights in general. Make people get permits for these, and then restrict or ban law abiding citizens from having actual firearms.

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First Aid & Medicine • Re: Diatamaceous Earth

May 16, 2017 NJMike 0

Yes. Good stuff.

I’ve used the food grade DE in chicken feed I’d stored long term, and with some other bulk food items.

Tried it once in the garden as a small ring in the soil around some plants. I figured on the ground that wouldn’t mess with the bees as much, but might keep pests off.

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General Preparedness Discussion • Re: MAY 2017 – What Did You Do To Prep This Week/Month?

May 6, 2017 NJMike 0

Got divorced. Now I have the financial obligations set, so I can plan around that. :ouch:

Picked up some more unusual plants at an Asian market this week. Sunchoke aka Jerusalem Artichoke, Perila, Dropwort, and Aralia Root.

I found some great deals at a rummage sale yesterday. In addition to a dozen books on various useful topics, I picked up another recurve bow for $12, a camping shovel/pick for $6, two medical storage boxes for $13, arm sling, wrist splint and cervical collar for $6, two frame backpacks for $12 each and I happened upon a Condor sniper drag bag for…$6, a great deal for adding a range bag.

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General Family Preparedness • Re: Prepper Spending Challenge! How would you do it?

May 6, 2017 NJMike 0
DR1VENbyKNOWLEDGE wrote:
Nice Mike…Good preps.

I’m in a rental…4 bedrooms…..And while I garden(supplements a little, but it’s more about getting the experience) I’m very limited in my space and production…Almost nothing gets saved past the season.

With that, and needing the portability of a future move in there, and being in the middle of a huge city, the freeze0dried option was a no-brainer option for me to get an immediate 3 month jump start on my preps for a family of 3 and starting from scratch…

I started with a bulk order of Wise.(I know, THE SODIUM!) but it gave me a little room to breath…. Since then(years back) I’ve been able to supplement and diversify….I’ve spent way over this specific budget listed(Family of 3) but I’m up to a conservative estimate of 7 months breathing room if SHTF with heavy rationing…water included in that.

I really want more “real food” options but I figure I’ve got it better than 90% of the 5 million people I’m surrounded by…..

Sometimes on here I second guess my preps as being inadequate or the wrong items from seeing how far behind I am from others, but I guess I’m grading on a “real curve” in a prepper community and going to judge myself harsher than when talking with neighbors/friends…..There like stated I’m in the top 10% at a guess. ;)

Thanks. We all have to work within our space constraints. I totally get that. I’d share that I’ve currently been in a 2 bedroom rental the last few months. All the food I’ve listed I’ve found some space for. I have a coat closet that is packed up to 6′ with food for example. Once I move, and I’m looking forward to that, I’ll be able to expand more comfortably, and a coat closet can be a coat closet. Of course if you’re living with others, that space utilization matters more. A nearby storage unit is an option if you’re confined by rental space.

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General Family Preparedness • Re: Prepper Spending Challenge! How would you do it?

May 4, 2017 NJMike 0

I agree with the list/approach from Sageprice.

Looking at the Walmart/Augason deal- Averaged out it’s over 400 calories per dollar, 1975 calories a day for year. That might be hard to beat on dollar for dollar depending on approach, however it doesn’t include basic condiments and spices, and has many not-meat items with TVP.

I have over a year of food for myself. It’s a mix of Augason, Emergency Essentials, Mountain House, LDS canned goods, my own canned goods, 5 gallon pails of bulk items (like honey) and a variety of shelf stable grocery or discount club purchased food items. That’s provides greater variety to avoid diet fatigue. I just rotate through items with shorter shelf life.

Also, Not all my food needs hot water for reconstitution, which I think can be a huge drawback to the “year of #10 cans” dehydrated and freeze dried approach. There may be situations where water or fuel needs to be conserved. Canned vegetables and meats can be stewed in their own juices. Tuna fish, canned fruits, and other items are easily consumed out of the can without heating. I even have some B&M canned bread, as a carrying device for the Red Feather butter. :)

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

May 1, 2017 NJMike 0

Not a whole lot going on lately, mostly maintenance- keeping seedlings going before planting and the like.

I did make a call on my damaged food order and sent in pictures of the can dents and a mylar package improperly sealed. Waiting to hear back on that.

I was going through my communication equipment and making sure everything was fully charged. A pair of Midland radios in storage had both batteries low and they didn’t recharge properly. Ordered replacement batteries, and took the opportunity to add some short whip antennas for my other hand held radios.

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General Preparedness Discussion • Re: EMP strikes

April 25, 2017 NJMike 0

Ahem.

One thing to consider is not just the % of people who have guns but likelihood of running into someone.

Per 2015 info, Pennsylvania had 27.1% ownership, New Jersey had 11.3%
http://reverbpress.com/politics/firearm … -by-state/

However, per 2010 info, people per sq. mile in PA is 283, and in NJ is 1185.
http://www.netstate.com/states/tables/s … 10_psm.htm

So, just playing with the numbers above at hand, one might estimate 77 armed people per sq. mile in PA, and in NJ the land of gun control there would be potentially 134 armed people per sq. mile.

There are perhaps more armed LEO, Federal Agency, and Military in NJ per Sq. Mile too.

That will all make for an interesting time.

Good news is any international humanitarian aid from Western Europe might arrive in NJ more quickly than the interior, depending on if Ports Newark-Elizabeth or the airports are intact. Ha ha.

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

April 21, 2017 NJMike 0

Picked up some incremental purchase supplies like first aid and gadget batteries (regular and rechargeable Eneloop).

I also bought several useful medical references, used and new. For those interested, the newer pocket sized guides were:
Tarascon Pocket Pharmacopeia 2017 shirt pocket edition
Tarascon Adult Emergency Pocket Book (same size)
The Sanford Guide to Antimicrobial Therapy 2016

I do have to contact one of the leading makers of long term food storage. I received a delivery this week and two #10 cans were badly dented, and a mylar bag was not sealed properly leaving stroganoff flavored dust everywhere in another box. Hoping they’ll address that.

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General Food Topics • Re: storing food without climate control

April 21, 2017 NJMike 0

For smaller scale use, I’ve tried the clay garden pot within a much larger pot, with damp sand in between and a damp towel on top. It definitely keeps the items in the smaller pot much cooler in hot weather.

Found a related article (there are others out there too):
http://graywolfsurvival.com/2874/keep-f … zeer-pots/

In terms of commercial products, this is something to keep an eye on, although I’d almost bet it uses the science in the 3rd world example
http://www.telegraph.co.uk/finance/busi … -cool.html

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Terrorism & other Man made disasters • Re: If a Nuclear Bomb Hit NYC

April 18, 2017 NJMike 0

Nukemap3D didn’t work for me, so I went back to the v2. If fallout and radiation trend to NE, then CT is toast more than NJ. If there’s just a singular detonation in lower Manhattan, I’ll live unless I happen to be visiting. I’m only in that area a handful of times a year.

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

April 10, 2017 NJMike 0

Another congrats on the weight loss, Cin.

I did a little shopping this weekend.

Picked up an old radiation detection kit that I’ll be looking to get fixed up. There’s a place in Texas that calibrates and re-certifies these.

Also bought some more first aid items, new items, replacement items (e.g.-fresh hydrogen peroxide), and also additional fire extinguishers for home and vehicle.

Other than that, a relaxing weekend. My taxes are almost done. :)

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

April 10, 2017 NJMike 0

Another congrats on the weight loss, Cin.

I did a little shopping this weekend.

Picked up an old radiation detection kit that I’ll be looking to get fixed up. There’s a place in Texas that calibrates and re-certifies these.

Also bought some more first aid items, new items, replacement items (e.g.-fresh hydrogen peroxide), and also additional fire extinguishers for home and vehicle.

Other than that, a relaxing weekend. My taxes are almost done. :)

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Other weapons • chemical pest control

April 5, 2017 NJMike 0

I found this story earlier:
http://www.foxnews.com/us/2017/04/05/cy … s-use.html

The parents of an Idaho boy injured by a government-planted cyanide “bomb” have filed a petition calling on the White House to ban the controversial devices, used for decades by the Agriculture Department to control predators.

Here are the specifics on the device:
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/M44_%28cyanide_device%29

Doubt these are used in my area, but I was surprised a hazardous chemical agent like cyanide would be deployed for pest management in a projectile form, almost like a landmine. As the top story proves, the public can be exposed. Or someone with ill-intent could get access to these items.

Personally I think chemical projectors should be banned and instead more traditional methods should be used to cull predatory species. But while they remain in use, this could be a hazard to watch out for in a SHTF future, especially if the spider hole crowd or others re-purpose it.

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Other weapons • chemical pest control

April 5, 2017 NJMike 0

I found this story earlier:
http://www.foxnews.com/us/2017/04/05/cy … s-use.html

The parents of an Idaho boy injured by a government-planted cyanide “bomb” have filed a petition calling on the White House to ban the controversial devices, used for decades by the Agriculture Department to control predators.

Here are the specifics on the device:
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/M44_%28cyanide_device%29

Doubt these are used in my area, but I was surprised a hazardous chemical agent like cyanide would be deployed for pest management in a projectile form, almost like a landmine. As the top story proves, the public can be exposed. Or someone with ill-intent could get access to these items.

Personally I think chemical projectors should be banned and instead more traditional methods should be used to cull predatory species. But while they remain in use, this could be a hazard to watch out for in a SHTF future, especially if the spider hole crowd or others re-purpose it.

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For Sale & Trade • Re: More about military field phones.

April 5, 2017 NJMike 0

Agree with TSK’s response above. Tip and ring voice has been put on cattle fencing in the past as long as the wires were separated.

Not alot of cattle fence in my area though. I keep some CAT5E and CAT6 UTP on 1000′ spools, and a mix of connecting hardware and tools.

In regards to coax, not sure but it might be possible with a passive balun adapter to convert back over to line cord. Lots of different types. Examples:
https://www.walmart.com/ip/CCTV-Camera- … s/47603780
https://www.bhphotovideo.com/bnh/contro … pi=1876%2C{creative}%2C{keyword}&is=REG&A=details

Read specs/descriptions carefully, the Walmart example says CAT5, but doesn’t have a plug&play RJ45 connector, it’s 2 wire terminal. Also, transmission type is assuming CATV or similar if the distances appear short. It may possibly work longer for field phone transmission, assuming it works. I’ll have to give it a try though. It would be useful to keep a coax crimper and appropriate ends on hand if that’s the goal.

I do need to look at the sound powered units as options. That’s better than stocking more D batteries.

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For Sale & Trade • Re: More about military field phones.

April 5, 2017 NJMike 0

Agree with TSK’s response above. Tip and ring voice has been put on cattle fencing in the past as long as the wires were separated.

Not alot of cattle fence in my area though. I keep some CAT5E and CAT6 UTP on 1000′ spools, and a mix of connecting hardware and tools.

In regards to coax, not sure but it might be possible with a passive balun adapter to convert back over to line cord. Lots of different types. Examples:
https://www.walmart.com/ip/CCTV-Camera- … s/47603780
https://www.bhphotovideo.com/bnh/contro … pi=1876%2C{creative}%2C{keyword}&is=REG&A=details

Read specs/descriptions carefully, the Walmart example says CAT5, but doesn’t have a plug&play RJ45 connector, it’s 2 wire terminal. Also, transmission type is assuming CATV or similar if the distances appear short. It may possibly work longer for field phone transmission, assuming it works. I’ll have to give it a try though. It would be useful to keep a coax crimper and appropriate ends on hand if that’s the goal.

I do need to look at the sound powered units as options. That’s better than stocking more D batteries.

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Check In Here New Jersey Preppers • Re: Greetings from SNJ

April 5, 2017 NJMike 0

Greetings Jonawal1069,

Welcome. The NJ specific forums don’t seem to be too busy, but I do check in occasionally and just saw your note.

I’m up for meeting some time. Eventually I hope to find myself in PA, but for now I’m in central NJ (South Eastern part of Middlesex Co. aka NJ’s neck). I do get down to S. Jersey periodically. There’s some groups on Meet Up. I’ve gone to the Philly Survive & Thrive events when I can, and also to a group that meets in Deptford. Feel free to send me a PM.

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Check In Here New Jersey Preppers • Re: Greetings from SNJ

April 5, 2017 NJMike 0

Greetings Jonawal1069,

Welcome. The NJ specific forums don’t seem to be too busy, but I do check in occasionally and just saw your note.

I’m up for meeting some time. Eventually I hope to find myself in PA, but for now I’m in central NJ (South Eastern part of Middlesex Co. aka NJ’s neck). I do get down to S. Jersey periodically. There’s some groups on Meet Up. I’ve gone to the Philly Survive & Thrive events when I can, and also to a group that meets in Deptford. Feel free to send me a PM.

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

April 3, 2017 NJMike 0

Nice frog. Suppose if she loses her voice, she’s good for a single serving of frog legs too. lol

I had a few medical/first aid items arrive this past week, so I took an inventory of my medical supplies which has helped identify a few gaps to still fill in, and some expired items to replace.

Bought more books at the Thrift store. Books included an old ARC Advanced First Aid and Emergency Care, 2 books on basketry, a 70’s book on brick laying with more instruction than pretty pictures (the way I like books), and a two binder set from U of Nebraska Cooperative Extension – “Prevention and Control of Wildlife Damage”. This was a great find. It had habits and information on many kinds of animals, including specifics on how to bait and trap them. The previous owner also included in the 2nd binder two other publications on predation of livestock and dealing with aquatic rodents.

My seedlings are doing fine, but my peppers are a bit leggy. I should be able to fix that though. Picked up some more containers today for the container garden.

The last Radio Shack in this area (as far as I know) just went out of business and closed this weekend. I unfortunately caught wind of the closing sale too late to get electronics components (resistors, capacitors, etc. were all gone @90% off), but I did get some AA and 9V battery packs @70% off.

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

March 30, 2017 NJMike 0

True or not, it’s a bit irresponsible of our politicians to be personally insulting any world leader, especially someone who is unhinged, poisons his family and executes his generals in hideous ways, who has access to nukes.

I’m not just talking about McCain’s statement though. It’s a wider observation. Coming from our leaders, personal insults are schoolyard behavior, making us look less diplomatic on the world stage, and not being productive to reduce tensions in hot spots or resolve crises.

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General Preparedness Discussion • Re: Top 50 Places To Find Supplies After SHTF

March 30, 2017 NJMike 0

Agree with the prior comments.

More risky to go looking for stuff that one may/should already be prepared to have.

That said, it’s not a bad idea to consider local resources, or where to look for people to trade with, depending on the duration of an event and severity. In some cases, areas not emptied outright may be held. For example, if there’s a group held up in a machine shop/garage and you have a need for some equipment repair, then that’s something to keep on one’s radar. If there’s a group sitting on the roof of their store, perhaps bringing them extra water might be welcome and they might offer in exchange some goods they’re protecting.

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General Preparedness Discussion • Re: MARCH 2017 – What Did You do To Prep This Week/Month?

March 24, 2017 NJMike 0

I enjoyed the Kindle version of Survival Medicine so much I bought the paperback.

And that led to several other medical purchases.

My fish will be safe at least. ;)

Also completed the indoor seeding/transplanting to larger pots that I wanted to get done. I’ll be picking up remnants from two older portable greenhouses that have seen better days. I’m going to re-purpose just the shelf portions of the frame for stacking seed and pot trays for better vertical space use indoors.

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California Meetups • Re: Idea for a rendevous

March 24, 2017 NJMike 0
pathowes88 wrote:
So I have an idea to do a meet up with classes but I have no idea how to organize it. I would like some help with it. It would mainly be for South Bay Area people, but others would welcomed.
I don’t want to do anything big, maybe around thirty to forty people or so. For venue I’d go for a building like a community center or something that could hold the amount of people I’m looking for. Maybe just a single day event just to see if it would go well. Dollar admission to help with the costs. I’d like it to have some classes so people can learn hands on but not entirely sure though.

Sounds like a number of events I’ve attended or helped out with in the Northeast. Try using Meet Up, website version or App. You’ll cast a wider net in getting attendance. Meet Up does have a fee. You can ask for donations in the meeting to recoup the cost just like recovering the venue cost. You want to see an example, look up group “Survive and Thrive Philadelphia”.

Do you already have topics that you’re a subject matter expert on, that you can share? Any other co-organizers with other skills? First thing is to get a meeting planned with a useful or compelling (but not controversial) topic, then start up the group. That first meeting sets the tone, so be prepared to solicit ideas, and ask for people to participate.

Have the chairs out before people arrive if at all possible. That avoids people with different ideas on chair placement causing delays with re-arranging things.

Plan time for introductions. Some people will just give a name, some will want to lay out all their concerns. Allow a little time for that, if you’ve got that time budgeted.

Set some ground rules on use of photography or video that everyone is happy with.

Steer away from politics if you’re looking for inclusiveness.

Anyone providing a demo should ideally provide handouts. Finding a venue with a whiteboard, or projector is a bonus.

Understand and follow the venue’s rules on things like open fire, weapons, etc. that may curtail certain preparedness activities.

Run a giveaway of something useful, make it fun like a knowledge trivia contest.

See if there’s interest in book swaps, seed exchanges, etc.

If you’re not using Meet Up, you may want to set up a voluntary signup to be contacted for future meetings.

On class ideas, things that have happened locally across several different groups- water treatment, solar power, aquaponics, long term food and storage, fire starting, making alcohol stoves, canning and preserving, chicken raising, firearm basics and range time, making natural cordage, wild edibles, first aid, situational awareness, and communications.

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Gardening • Re: How to best take advantage of forest fire damage

March 23, 2017 NJMike 0

Not a farmer here, but some random suggestions…

If your focus of effort is mainly the one acre area for fruit trees, I’d suggest getting the soil tested in several spots to see what nutrient amendments are needed.

See if the local agriculture department has guidance. Example online resource:
https://www.nrcs.usda.gov/wps/portal/nr … RDB1259629

Do a cost/benefit analysis of investment to yield.

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Financial Issues • Re: Cryptocurrency for investments?

March 23, 2017 NJMike 0

http://www.businessinsider.com/bitcoin- … 017-2017-3

It can be manipulated or influenced by larger entities just like today’s currencies (ref:PBOC and SEC in link above).

It’s electronic and even easier for a nation state to freeze or seize assets, just like a bank account. (ref:PBOC in link above)

Governments can shut down exchanges or shutdown or isolate Internet traffic if/when/where they choose.

It’s more imaginary than physical fiat paper and coin currency.

In following several linked articles this one is interesting too. China plays a big role in Bitcoin.
http://www.businessinsider.com/bitcoin- … ibi-2017-1

To each their own. Personally, I’m a big No.

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Vacuum Sealing • Re: Hand Pump Vacuum Sealer

March 21, 2017 NJMike 0
SSPrep wrote:
I didn’t look at the price, but a $20 brake bleeder works fine.

Yes. And they often have a gauge too.

Another option are manual pumps used for Chinese cupping sets, but I think the brake bleeders would be better.

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General Family Preparedness • Re: Spreading Prepper Mentality—Pros Vs. Cons?

March 20, 2017 NJMike 0

My philosophy is I’ll tell people, if I’m comfortable with telling them. I’ll share information with them If I think it will be fruitful. 9/11 and Hurricane Sandy had local impacts. I know many people in different social circles who don’t or won’t self-identify as Preppers, but who definitely prepare to some degree. Curiously we don’t talk prepping in a formal manner. Most people only discuss preparedness in vague general terms. I think many prefer not to disclose too much information. I can respect that, given I’ve been outed by family to other family and their friends on things I kept in the house. I’ve even had a Prepper from a group out me in front of others as a Prepper at a non-prepping public event.

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A.N.T.S. • Re: What are you doing on this first day of spring?

March 20, 2017 NJMike 0

I have to container garden this year until I move again. However, it’s a bit cold today to do much outside, plus melting snow and ice, and then there’s being at work…

This past weekend, I started transplanting healthier seedlings from tray positions up to larger 3″ pots. I also split some existing Aloe into fresh pots with fresh soil.

Stopping by the old place tonight, so will probably pick up some more containers. Later I’ll probably do more seedling transplanting to 3″ pots. I have some lemon balm seeds to start as well.

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General Preparedness Discussion • Re: MARCH 2017 – What Did You do To Prep This Week/Month?

March 14, 2017 NJMike 0

Picked up some more canned goods.

A recent Home Depot trip had the grow your own mushroom kits for half off. I picked up two and will be starting one of them next week. I added some flashlights from the clearance section too.

I also finally began using the Kindle I’d picked up on a Black Friday sale. I’ve been downloading free books on various prepping topics. It’s another backup to the paper books and the PDFs I have on other electronic media.

One of the Kindle books I’ve added is the Survival Medicine Handbook. It’s been a good read so far. Excellent information for some medications needed for my fish.

Statistics: Posted by NJMike — Mon Mar 13, 2017 9:23 pm