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Natural Disasters • Re: Earthquake insurance?

December 24, 2017 Illini Warrior 0

JamieMprep wrote:I know it’s not a big, sexy topic when it comes to prep. I’m wondering how many of you in tremorland buy earthquake insurance? I’m in relatively low-risk Norcal area (central valley), but still consider it. Read a guide I saw on a Fac…

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Natural Disasters • Re: Earthquake insurance?

December 24, 2017 Illini Warrior 0

JamieMprep wrote:I know it’s not a big, sexy topic when it comes to prep. I’m wondering how many of you in tremorland buy earthquake insurance? I’m in relatively low-risk Norcal area (central valley), but still consider it. Read a guide I saw on a Fac…

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Natural Disasters • Earthquake insurance?

December 24, 2017 JamieMprep 0

I know it’s not a big, sexy topic when it comes to prep. I’m wondering how many of you in tremorland buy earthquake insurance? I’m in relatively low-risk Norcal area (central valley), but still consider it. Read a guide I saw on a Facebook posted in a…

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Natural Disasters • Re: Thoughts on these guys?

November 20, 2017 3ADScout 0

Risky for someone to depend upon a service like this for your survival. In many disasters officials put in an air space restriction as to not to interfere with public safety operations. But as the saying goes- a fool and their money . . .Statistics…

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Natural Disasters • Thoughts on these guys?

November 20, 2017 dreggie 0

These guys are offering rescue services, starting mid-2018.US Navy SEALs and people of similar skillset are running it.California is their first target, then people in Hurricane zones.https://www.valhallacoin.comWhat are your thoughts? They are aiming…

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Natural Disasters • Re: Mother Nature Strikes Again

October 3, 2017 Illini Warrior 0
PatrioticStabilist wrote:
And here in southern Indiana we need rain desperately.

We have had maybe an inch in the last 2 months. For the farmers its good they are
harvesting like crazy, but in big clouds of dust, looks like a dust storm. But my shrubs
and trees are suffering, big limbs breaking off.

Our grandson has breathing problems and right now we can hardly let him out doors,
the pharmacists said they are covered up with sick folks. For him its breathing treatments
when we can get him to take them or prednisone. But its effecting all of us DIL and DD
are both sick too.

So I sure hope we can get some rain, maybe this weekend. We will take some of yours.

we are getting some rain for the first time in 5-6 weeks – it’s officially a drought ….

no harvesting yet this far north – another couple of weeks – probably rain like crazy for the poor farmer SOBs ….

Statistics: Posted by Illini Warrior — Tue Oct 03, 2017 8:23 am


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Natural Disasters • Re: Mother Nature Strikes Again

October 3, 2017 PatrioticStabilist 0

And here in southern Indiana we need rain desperately.

We have had maybe an inch in the last 2 months. For the farmers its good they are
harvesting like crazy, but in big clouds of dust, looks like a dust storm. But my shrubs
and trees are suffering, big limbs breaking off.

Our grandson has breathing problems and right now we can hardly let him out doors,
the pharmacists said they are covered up with sick folks. For him its breathing treatments
when we can get him to take them or prednisone. But its effecting all of us DIL and DD
are both sick too.

So I sure hope we can get some rain, maybe this weekend. We will take some of yours.

Statistics: Posted by PatrioticStabilist — Tue Oct 03, 2017 6:57 am


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Natural Disasters • Mother Nature Strikes Again

October 2, 2017 LetsPrep11 0

Wow, Mother Nature needs to give it a rest! We just got over hurricane Irma then got 10″ of rain yesterday!!! It filled up two 30 gal. trash cans I’d left out and flooded the lanai, side and front yard. We’re scheduled to get rain every day this week. Holy smokes! I Just spent 2 days, and a considerable amount of money, loading chemicals into the pool to get it rebalanced after Irma. Guess we’ll be making another trip to the pool supply store. Ugh!

Oh well, it could be worse. The folks 10 miles south of us were told not to flush :shock: , do laundry, or shower as the sewer system couldn’t take any more water.

Statistics: Posted by LetsPrep11 — Mon Oct 02, 2017 12:10 pm


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Natural Disasters • Re: Cash demand soars in Puerto Rico

September 28, 2017 MrDanB 0

I haven’t heard anything on pm use in PR, but my neighbor survived The Bosnian war. He told me that there are plenty of folks who wanted pm’s, but getting there to do the deal was treacherous. Here in the states, if you can get to an area that wasn’t affected by shtf, you can exchange pm for cash or bitcoin. It all depends on the circumstances. I believe that people in PR are helping each other the best they can. I haven’t heard anything on looting or crime yet.
So many reasons to hunker down and shelter in place if you can imho.

Statistics: Posted by MrDanB — Thu Sep 28, 2017 6:45 pm