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A.N.T.S. • Re: E-Books

January 25, 2018 sageprice 0

Just a quick note Google "hack a Kindle" You can back up your books to a thumb drive and keep a spare reader in a tin with in a tin swap and charge alternately. Safe and dependable.Statistics: Posted by sageprice — Thu Jan 25, 2018 3:54 pm

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A.N.T.S. • Re: E-Books

January 25, 2018 sageprice 0

Just a quick note Google "hack a Kindle" You can back up your books to a thumb drive and keep a spare reader in a tin with in a tin swap and charge alternately. Safe and dependable.Statistics: Posted by sageprice — Thu Jan 25, 2018 3:54 pm

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Books • Re: No books to read

January 23, 2018 sageprice 0

Marcus Tullius Cicero “If you have a garden and a library, you have everything you need.”Statistics: Posted by sageprice — Tue Jan 23, 2018 2:51 pm

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A.N.T.S. • Re: E-Books

January 23, 2018 sageprice 0

Cast Iron wrote:I understand the idea behind a ebook reader: thousands of books in one small, lightweight package.As Cadit points out, in the event of a EMP, or just plain dumb luck, e.g. I dropped a brake caliper on my phone once, cracked the screen…

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A.N.T.S. • Re: E-Books

January 23, 2018 sageprice 0

Cast Iron wrote:I understand the idea behind a ebook reader: thousands of books in one small, lightweight package.As Cadit points out, in the event of a EMP, or just plain dumb luck, e.g. I dropped a brake caliper on my phone once, cracked the screen…

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A.N.T.S. • Re: Driverless Auto’s

January 23, 2018 sageprice 0

I suggest that colleges begin using this with driverless buses on campus with remote override and video surveillance. If it works there it can work anywhere.Statistics: Posted by sageprice — Tue Jan 23, 2018 2:07 pm

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A.N.T.S. • Re: Driverless Auto’s

January 23, 2018 sageprice 0

I suggest that colleges begin using this with driverless buses on campus with remote override and video surveillance. If it works there it can work anywhere.Statistics: Posted by sageprice — Tue Jan 23, 2018 2:07 pm

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DIY and How-To • Re: Best type of welding to learn

January 13, 2018 sageprice 0

oldasrocks wrote:Learn on a stick welder. From there its an easy jump to most everything else. Sure wire feed is easier but not necessarily better. A little wire feed welder is maxed out at 1/4 inch metals if you need penetration. Wire feed is sligh…

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DIY and How-To • Re: Best type of welding to learn

January 13, 2018 sageprice 0

oldasrocks wrote:Learn on a stick welder. From there its an easy jump to most everything else. Sure wire feed is easier but not necessarily better. A little wire feed welder is maxed out at 1/4 inch metals if you need penetration. Wire feed is sligh…

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General Homesteading Topics • Re: Co-op Farming

January 13, 2018 sageprice 0

Once again the two sides argue the same truths from a different angle. Any non-serious and clumsy clod can destroy a farm but serious conscientious farm hand is a valuable person to know. Some one you trained, who is willing to lend a hand when SHTF….

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General Homesteading Topics • Re: Co-op Farming

January 13, 2018 sageprice 0

Once again the two sides argue the same truths from a different angle. Any non-serious and clumsy clod can destroy a farm but serious conscientious farm hand is a valuable person to know. Some one you trained, who is willing to lend a hand when SHTF….

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General Energy Discussion • Re: Electricity

January 3, 2018 sageprice 0

I thought this forum was about electricity. On that pretense I will try to arrive on an understanding. You really do not need as much power as you are using now. Your total power draw should be in three areas. Lighting refrigeration and pumping. By st…

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How To Start Prepping (The Basics) • Re: WHY Prepare?

December 31, 2017 sageprice 0

Let me see if I can put a realistic view on this. 1. Now one wants to die, if you did, why prep?2. Frugality, is cheap, and you get more quantity and quality for your buck. You have more of what counts.3. You learn more about what is really going on a…

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Batteries etc… • Re: Long term battery packs

November 29, 2017 sageprice 0

All this about batteries, A lead acid will store forever so long as you keep the plates dry. Store the acid separately until needed, add acid, whahla instant power.Statistics: Posted by sageprice — Wed Nov 29, 2017 1:21 pm