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Terrorism & other Man made disasters • Re: Newly Imposed Immigration Ban

February 1, 2017 Blondie 0
RayMac1963 wrote:

LetsPrep11 wrote:If I had a time machine, I’d go back to the 50’s. :D

Not me. Bad as the world is today, most of U.S. history was not a very fun time for black folks. I’ll just tune out the noise and sit tight right here… :shakeno:

Not very fun for a lot of folk. Your boss could put his hands on a woman and she best be quiet if she needed a job. Jobs were help wanted/women help wanted/men.

A man was free to slap around his wife. Women were labeled divorvee’s. No mention of a man being the divorcer. Child support enforcement was unheard of. A married woman couldn’t get her own credit until 1978.

My aunt was telling me that a woman needed her husband’s consent for access to a diaphragm for birth control.

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Personal Safety and Home Security • Re: Dakota alert

February 1, 2017 hancockcounty 0

You’re welcome. I will give more feed back soon as to how well it works. I live far down a dirt road and have people snooping around and thought this would help to know when anyone crosses the point of entry. I bought 4 of them for shtf that i will use in different places to help know if people cross through the woods. It will pick up deer also. I will use one full time to help out now pre shtf and get use to it and ward off the unwanted. :tank:

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Gardening • Re: Security help for my garden

February 1, 2017 JayJay 0
Illini Warrior wrote:

JayJay wrote:Poster’s second post with link to sell us something??
Puh–leeze!!!

their BS could use an intelligence input …

I don’t click the links any longer–learned long ago if first post…don’t.

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Kansas Meetups • FSP Certified Wichita Page!

February 1, 2017 KansasPrepperExpo 0

Good Day Preppers!

We are excited to announce that our Wichita Certified FSP Page is up and running. We already have successful pages in Topeka and KC, and now Wichita is added to our sphere.

Equally exciting is that Craig Fisher, our founding member, who had moved out of state for work, is back and running the Wichita page.

If you live in Wichita or the surrounding 30 miles or so, please go like the page and become an active member of the Wichita preparedness community!

https://www.facebook.com/groups/1118307821576452/

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Stories and Fiction • Re: Homeless? Life After a House Fire.

February 1, 2017 rj5156 0

Been doing some handwork for occupational therapy between rounds of typing up Dad’s work. I’m taking that at a pretty slow pace, as I can enjoy doing it. If I start with that facial tic I will slow down further, or space out the work. Good to know what my stress indicators are. It’s going pretty well though.

It has always been good for me to do non-thinking hand work, and I am NOT going to wait until so late to start making gifts this year! Since I’m sick, these are for us. I usually get mine last, if I get one at all when I make gifts. This time we’ll get ours first!

Scrubbie washcloth. I used a size H hook for these. Materials shown. Just chain 27, turn, double crochet in third stitch from hook and each stitch across. Chain 3 and turn, skip stitch at base of chain 3, double crochet in each stitch across and in chain 3 from previous round. I keep going until it’s square. Usually 12-14 rows. Tie off, work end in.

Then join contrast color with a single crochet, working over the end as I go. One single crochet in each stitch at top and bottom. Two single crochets in the post of each double crochet along the sides. Three single crochets in each stitch at the corners.

Could do two single crochets in stitches at corner and chain one between, at the corner itself. I had worked into the strands of the stitches on the sides, I generally do. The fuzzy yarn does not leave visible gaps when I tried just doing 2 single crochets in each double crochet post. It’s a lot faster that way and looks great so I’m going with it.

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I had made “bag lady” by middle school, dragging around whatever I happened to be working on. I used whatever bags I had, usually recycled plastic shopping bags. Finally decided I might be able to do better than that. Found this at the goodwill. Plenty of pockets, one long one with a zipper keeps hooks, scissors and such from falling out.

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I’ve always worked on a slick towel to keep it clean, never-ending battle with pet hair is not a new thing in my life. I just bundle whatever I’m working on in the towel, snap the top and I’m a styling bag lady! Or maybe not? I like it anyhow. Been stopping to visit friends some when I get out lately and it’s nice to have something for my hands to do.

I sometimes make smaller items and just hand them over when I finish them, when I visit. Sure feels good to be back at it. I cannot believe I went so long without any hand-work in my life.

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Got a couple more gift projects in line. We picked up supplies some time ago on a day outing. Yeah, it’s easy to drop a pretty big pile of cash on materials nowadays. I figure it’s a good investment at the rate stuff keeps going up!

For years I just bought what I could budget out each week or month. It IS nice that we’ve worked up to a position where we can just get it all in one trip, had to drive a good ways to the big city to find everything we wanted.

I’ll post pics as I get to the different projects.

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Gardening • Re: Security help for my garden

February 1, 2017 Illini Warrior 0
Fullmoon wrote:
Do you have a fence around your garden? A family sized garden plot is easy to fence in to keep the deer away. Mine is 6′ high “no climb” type fence material and it keeps most critters on the outside looking in. I still have potato’s in the ground under 6″ of straw and dig them up as we need them.

???? … it’s a con posting wrapped around an ad link for camera systems ….

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Gardening • Re: Security help for my garden

February 1, 2017 Fullmoon 0

Do you have a fence around your garden? A family sized garden plot is easy to fence in to keep the deer away. Mine is 6′ high “no climb” type fence material and it keeps most critters on the outside looking in. I still have potato’s in the ground under 6″ of straw and dig them up as we need them.

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Stories and Fiction • Re: Homeless? Life After a House Fire.

February 1, 2017 rj5156 0

Having something to occupy my attention when I don’t feel well really helps – to a point. I have been working steadily at typing up Dad’s manuscripts as I feel like it. Given my gift of task-focus, I am absolutely oblivious to everything when I am working on something. I can literally go all day long, forgetting even to eat. I need to step back oftener and take more care to fight the bug instead of using my ability to focus to ignore its’ effects!

It’s been a good decision to work on the two I chose at the same time. Balances out some. It’s all uphill going with Clank!, but it is starting to get easier. I’ve read it before so it isn’t news but it sure is hard to see someone we love suffer… Even after the fact.

Dad had that focus too. He was, at heart, a process engineer with a marvelous gift for designing and building the things necessary to that process. He saw the ENTIRE process too, and the people who would ultimately use the machines he designed were the most important consideration in the whole thing for him. His analytical approach, and his ability to see the whole picture make for a remarkable document in Clank!.

He observed that the prison experience was unique for the innocent and most were guilty. I’m not so sure. I suspect that the whole grief process he talks of is common to all inmates and unless and until we deal with what we do TO inmates in our prisons, we are never going like what we get when we let them back out. Keeping them all in jail forever isn’t working out for us.

Remember that experiment done by a college class where they divided the class up into “prisoners” and “guards” and played out a prison? They had to end it of course, it got much too far out of hand, much too quickly, for them to be able to continue it ethically. See if I can find info about that one. I do not understand why we fail to learn from making the same mistakes that are not giving us the results we want, over and over and over – and generally at great expense.

I suspect the percentage of innocents is a lot higher than we might want to think about too. I remember one of the Bush’s was pushing to just kill off all the dirty-rotten, low-down, no-good prisoners on death row. His task force came back to him and told him they could not speed the process of execution up any more because there were far too many people on death row who were actually innocent. I don’t recall the percentage but it was staggering to me at the time.

At any rate, I’m not bored although my projects of the moment are not helping me be better in social situations. That’s ok. My contagious misery would be less popular, I am sure. I’m hoping to get through the worst of it all at about the same time. Might be resisting doing things to speed my recovery so that I can work undisturbed on things that I know will take pretty much all I’ve got? Hmmm. Ulterior motives are always a possibility. The stress of it all might also be costing me in my immune response, stress does that. There’s a pretty little tiger to hold by the tail.

Here’s the info about that prison stody. It was done by Stanford University in the 70’s.
http://www.prisonexp.org/

“How we went about testing these questions and what we found may astound you. Our planned two-week investigation into the psychology of prison life had to be ended after only six days because of what the situation was doing to the college students who participated. In only a few days, our guards became sadistic and our prisoners became depressed and showed signs of extreme stress. Please read the story of what happened and what it tells us about the nature of human nature.”

–Professor Philip G. Zimbardo

http://www.prisonexp.org/the-story

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Stories and Fiction • Re: Homeless? Life After a House Fire.

February 1, 2017 rj5156 0

I want to re-visit the reason we started this thread and are continuing it. In ANY preparedness plan, mental hygiene and health are probably the most important issue – and one I have NEVER seen discussed.

While our issues are peculiar to us, the processes I am sharing about here are THE ENTIRE POINT OF THIS THREAD! The topics I use to illuminate the point are deeply personal of course, and I certainly do not always enjoy the level of success I want for me with them, but what I am really talking about is how to navigate through really rough mental and emotional waters.

If we form good habits of thought, self-awareness and discipline, introspection and honesty with ourselves, and strive to see what is really going on both inside ourselves and in any given situation, we’re a lot more likely to make it in a SHTF situation of any nature. If we have not bothered to learn these skills in easier times, how on earth can we survive a situation that depends upon them?

Unresolved issues create stress and take away from our abilities on all levels. Enough of them will kill us. If we’re interested in some sensible level of personal responsibility for our own well-being, come what may, we need to consider mental topics and gather all the tools we can before our lives might depend upon them.

Our tools might not look like yours, but we hope by showing we are searching out and using tools for mental hygiene, you might at least consider what tools would suit your needs now and also in desperate situations.

I try hard not to make it all work for you to follow our efforts. We need breaks too. This represents another important point of course. If we learn to enjoy things that might save our butts in hard times in addition to taking reasonable steps to provide for our future, come what may, well, we’re doing all we can.

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General Family Preparedness • Re: I saw that Trump’s Cabinet’ net worth is = to a third of

February 1, 2017 Lance 0
Gunns wrote:

RayMac1963 wrote:

Gunns wrote:
The top 25% pays the majority and that wage is at $98,000. Top 10% which is still a vast majority of taxes is at $200,000.

So the poor really and majority of the middle class don’t contribute that much.

What is considered middle class? A couple both making 45k to 50k each is living, but they ain’t breaking down no bank doors.

They can’t live and save on $98K. I say BS to that. Too many want the latest iPhone, latest Big screen TV, latest four wheel drive, all the trappings of a credit based society. Plus if you noticed I put in the $200K, top 10% paying the lions share.

So no matter how you slice it the middle class is not being over taxed, well any tax is over taxation. What did I just say? Ahhhhh

You…and only you…can change your station in life. There is no glass ceiling. If you are not making enough to support your life style and savings goals only you can do something about it. Step out and start a new business…add a product line…beat feet on the pavement to find more customers…get more education…or job hop regularly taking advantage of new hire make more money because of a tight job market.

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Terrorism & other Man made disasters • Re: Newly Imposed Immigration Ban

February 1, 2017 LetsPrep11 0

Ain’t that the truth! Someone needs to lock him out of his Twitter account. His lack of filter and emotional responses are detrimental to the success of his administration and causing further divide. The man needs to THINK and get good council before he opens his mouth or taps his fingers! I have never see this country in such a mess and never thought it would go down hill this fast.

If I had a time machine, I’d go back to the 50’s. :D

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Books • Re: Cyberstorm

February 1, 2017 LetsPrep11 0

Didn’t even know I had this book on my kindle but, after a search, I found it. Started it last night and am about 1/4 of the way through. I love it. The story captures your attention and it’s hard to put down. Looking forward to getting back into it, after chores! Great story!

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Prepper Fiction • Re: The Fall

February 1, 2017 Cast Iron 0
handyman777 wrote:
Keep go’in C.I. its a good read…

Thank you HandyMan.

Unfortunately I may have painted myself into a corner.

I never developed the character Dan. And now Jack asks what his story is, and I suddenly had to come up with one.
Still working on it.

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Stories and Fiction • Re: Homeless? Life After a House Fire.

February 1, 2017 rj5156 0

We are not much on “news” as the major networks use the term, but we are trying to figure out what sources might offer us accurate, fact-based information from an objective or multiple viewpoint, about current events. The decline in journalistic research and accountability depresses us.

The New York Times, The Washington Post, and Reuters come up consistently as highly rated sources. We like to check out several and compare. Brian has found a talk radio program that works hard to represent all sides of a matter and let listeners draw their own conclusions, which would be our preference.

Anybody got a news source they have bothered to check out and know is a good one? We don’t often do TV, nature and nova once a week is about our speed and we rarely manage that. We do not have enough bandwidth to stream video. Print works for us.

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Stories and Fiction • Re: Homeless? Life After a House Fire.

February 1, 2017 rj5156 0

Looking good! BBQ, peppers and onions with cheese, baked in a hot oven until hot and crispy.

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Celery for Syd. She does not like BBQ.

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Trying to save room for dessert… Of COURSE I ate my celery! Peeled the strings and played with it for cockatoo entertainment too. I like celery, had four stalks with my BBQ. Syd ate a lot of hers. Whole stalk is a lot for a little bird.

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Black walnuts and a drizzle of hershey syrup (canned. It is so much better) topped it off perfectly!

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Statistics: Posted by rj5156 — Wed Feb 01, 2017 10:54 am


Gardening • Re: Security help for my garden

February 1, 2017 handyman777 0

I use a browning dark ops. It has the no-glow IR flash.
Colored pictures for day and black and white at night, it takes pics. out to 70 ft +/-
It worked great for night time surveillance, play the card back in my tablet and save the pics. I needed.
Whats nice is you can set this in different locations, where you think you may need it..small, compact and easily concealable. not like a permanent set up on your home and if you have an intruder they may be able to pick up on your surveillance system attached to your home.
Both are good but a trail cam is mobile.

Statistics: Posted by handyman777 — Wed Feb 01, 2017 10:49 am


Stories and Fiction • Re: Homeless? Life After a House Fire.

February 1, 2017 rj5156 0

I know I have not been able to NOT speak my piece any time I’ve had the opportunity. It was extremely helpful to me when I got the chance to speak to the (now) Judge who suppressed evidence that I can prove he had, that would have cleared my Dad before he even went to trial.

I had been called for jury duty a few years ago, and I’m not sure who was more surprised to see the other, him or me. He was so gobsmacked to see me again in public that he was not able to collect himself fast enough to stop me before I got out what I wanted to say. I’d begged him to do the right thing in his office, in private, at the time he could have spared my Dad, years ago. He told me then to leave or he’d call the cops.

I got to bring this up in his court. I told him that I figured restitution was only fair, and investing that in our community would be acceptable to me. I didn’t know if he was threatened or involved and I didn’t care. There is almost ALWAYS a way to do something to mitigate the damage. I added that due to my previous experience with the Judge’s failure to do the right thing and uphold the law I did not feel I could serve in his courtroom and since I held proof of our law enforcement manufacturing evidence, I was quite sure I was biased and could only consider them all liars.

EVERYONE present knew exactly what I was talking about. They were all in shock, I actually had all the time I wanted to speak my piece. I felt much better having done so. Once they recovered, they hustled me right on out and told me I would be excused. I have not been called for jury duty since either…

I do not know if it is about feeling less like a “victim”? Taking control of a situation so we don’t feel completely powerless? Facing our demons? For some folks the act of confronting their darkness gives relief. Others are able to look forward and move on without doing this? I cannot know about that because I’m the sort who HAS to speak out and I always prefer to say it to the person whenever possible. I cannot NOT speak about it either. Not sure what is wrong with me.

I thanked my friend for bringing it up. I think I will be thinking about it and this might help me to do more good for the children in the end.

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Stories and Fiction • Re: Homeless? Life After a House Fire.

February 1, 2017 rj5156 0

A friend on another forum asked why the kids would want anything to do with the guy who killed their Mom.

There are a few people in our history I’d like to speak a few words to… I think it is a closure thing? I know it is a lot harder if we can’t be there to see a trial.

It might be enough for them to know they COULD if they wanted to? I doubt it though. Remember they KNEW this guy. He was part of the family’s life for many, many years. I expect they want to holler at him but won’t. Mostly I think they want to know why and I doubt Gene can even answer that question to himself…

There were some experiments and studies done in a Vermont prison many years ago. Child molesters were put into therapy WITH the children they abused. I know this because my roommate at my first station in the military participated. She was older when she participated, number of years after the fact.

It helped her TREMENDOUSLY, according to her own evaluation. Studies showed that this is the ONLY thing that helped these offenders too. It actually cut down on re-offending rates and dramatically. That wouldn’t apply here of course.

Based on this I do think that seeing this guy might possibly help the kids. I am quite sure he is sorry on every level. Hearing him say it, if he can, seeing that he suffers, might be some very small comfort to the kids? One of the kids DID speak on the last day. He told Gene he should kill himself and do them all a favor.

I think it can be an important part of our ritual of justice – and I do think it just that the boy was allowed to speak his mind. He gets to know Gene wears his dead mother’s teeth prints in his arm and I have a feeling he will never forget that as long as he lives… He wanted to add his bit to the punishment, and I am quite sure it hit home.

Not very Christian of me but I am glad he got to speak because I saw that it hurt Gene. I am not convinced that allowing citizens to escape the consequences of their actions is Christian either.

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Standard Catalog of Winchester Firearms

February 1, 2017 Prepper Bot 0

Price: $20.17Standard Catalog of Winchester FirearmsAuthor: Joseph M. CornellBrand: Gun Digest BooksLabel: Gun Digest BooksManufacturer: Gun Digest BooksPublisher: Gun Digest BooksStudio: Gun Digest Books

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Gardening • Re: Security help for my garden

February 1, 2017 DR1VENbyKNOWLEDGE 0

Hmmmm….Greenery Grabbers! Rhubarb Robbers! Tomato Thieves!!! Pumpkin Pullers!….I could go on, but wont. :p

A security camera system is never a bad idea…There are hundreds out there with the different recording options and cost.

Are you sure you need that level of security just from the garden incident or do you want whole house coverage anyways?

There’s always a trail cam to just keep an eye on things…..You can put it up at night and leave it, not drawing attention to the location until you notice your next Artichoke Abductor(couldn’t resist :p ) and then pull the card to see if you know the perp. It’s most likely a local resident if happening repeatedly…..If it was just a one off situation the trail cam will cost you much less…

I had a brand new lawn that kept getting dug up in the middle of the city here in CA and large clumps of the new sod being left on my rear patio…strangest thing…..Couldn’t figure it out for weeks. Got the camera, watched the lawn, checked the card, and WHAMO…Critter ID’d. Raccoon’s were coming out of the sewer and digging up grubs….lol…Made for some pretty funny images actually. Then I approached it and solved it from the right direction knowing it was the raccoon I had to target.

Here’s the 2016 reviews and cost you might want to consider… http://www.trailcampro.com/collections/trail-camera-reviews

Statistics: Posted by DR1VENbyKNOWLEDGE — Wed Feb 01, 2017 10:21 am


Gardening • Re: Security help for my garden

February 1, 2017 Illini Warrior 0
lowan1 wrote:
Hello guys,I have a garden at my home.I love gardening and would love planting small flowering plants and vegetables.Two days back when I got up in the morning I came to see that my garden was clumsy.Some of the plants were cut down and I feel so sad.But somehow I manage to keep my garden in the original state and I don’t know who have done this.So now I am thinking of installing a outdoor camera so that I would monitor the garden.I heard about http://cspalarms.ca/cctvsecuritycameras/and hope it would meet my requirements.I would like to get a lot more suggestions on this.Any insight on this would be great.Thanks in advance.

????? … what was cut down in an Iowa garden in February? …. what’s to mess with?

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Wilderness Survival • Re: For a challenge try this out

February 1, 2017 Photon Guy 0
oldasrocks wrote:
I’ll go as long as there is a place to park my motorhome.

You can drive your vehicle to the school location I believe and I would think that would include motorhomes but if you take a BOSS field course you are going to be out in the woods for 7, 14, or 28 days depending on the course you’re taking. You will be deep in the woods, you will hike for miles every day, and you will be far away from any vehicles, motor homes, or other signs of civilization.

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Guns • Re: My ‘from the box user ready’AR-15 thread

February 1, 2017 handyman777 0

ajax-get the tools you need for the job…barrel wrench, torque wrench(for barrel nut)…etc. , and a good schematic for the build. Its easy and a good learning experience.Watch some you tube videos.

I’ve made special tools-“that 5/64 roll pin on the front sight for the gas tube is not easy to install”, same with that little C-clip on the rod for the dust cover door. If you have old eyes get a pair of 3X glasses.

So over time I’ve made a few tools to make the job easier.

My last “upper” build, and this was completely stripped (lots of parts)…I went “old school”-used an A2 upper (permanent carry handle-not flat top). Barrel- m4 1:7, 16″ mid-length gas block and iron sights–interesting rifle — old tech – met – new tech.
Only problem I have found with this build was the m4 feed ramps did not want to work with the A2 upper (hit and miss – feeding issue) so I used some small round jewelers files and round stones and opened up and polished the feed ramps on the receiver. some mags worked some didn’t and i want every mag to work. Seems to work on a dry run still have to check under fire.

I know some people don’t care for the (a2 style – carry handle but this was something I wanted…nice lite rifle,just over 6 lbs.

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Terrorism & other Man made disasters • Re: Newly Imposed Immigration Ban

February 1, 2017 dmwalsh568 0
Illini Warrior wrote:

BK in KC wrote:

RayMac1963 wrote:And the’re getting motivated. IF you could accomplish the same thing without energizing your opponent then why not take tactical advantage and do so, unless part of your motivation is to outrage them and egg them on.

Absolutely egg them on! How many people whose travel plans were disrupted by these jackholes protesting at airports have decided to support their cause? Not many. They do their cause much more harm than good and their violent intolerance is on full display for everyone to see. Trump comes off as the adult against spoiled children. They are losing and they are losing badly. Two more years of this and Trump has a 60 seat majority in the Senate.

it’s totally understandable why some of these dissenters are sooooo freaking stupid & acting childish …. just watch the various DC press conferences – it’s just amazing HOW freaking stupid these newspeople really are … it’s been stated hundreds of times that it’s not a “travel ban” – first dumbazz female up with a question comes out with it again – at least didn’t call it a “muslim ban” – had to explain it ALL over AGAIN – just amazing ….

News reporter asked that question because our fearless leader used the word ban in a tweet. Words matter when you’re the president. Lack of precision can lead to misunderstandings or worse.

While I’m nervous about trump, I could get behind him if he’d just stop tweeting. Let his minions do the outreach, but his off the cuff tweets are ulcer inducing.

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Gardening • Security help for my garden

February 1, 2017 lowan1 0

Hello guys,I have a garden at my home.I love gardening and would love planting small flowering plants and vegetables.Two days back when I got up in the morning I came to see that my garden was clumsy.Some of the plants were cut down and I feel so sad.But somehow I manage to keep my garden in the original state and I don’t know who have done this.So now I am thinking of installing a outdoor camera so that I would monitor the garden.I heard about http://cspalarms.ca/cctvsecuritycameras/and hope it would meet my requirements.I would like to get a lot more suggestions on this.Any insight on this would be great.Thanks in advance.

Statistics: Posted by lowan1 — Wed Feb 01, 2017 4:20 am


Disaster Prep Guides Inaugural Show!

February 1, 2017 gman 0

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Introduce Yourself • Raymond in West Texas

February 1, 2017 Raym0nd 0

Howdy folks. I found this site to continue reading some of the great PAW fiction. But I am amazed how much other factual stuff there is to read about. Thank you for being here.
I’m an old fart. Retired once and am still working for 13 years full time in my hobby which is ‘locks’.

Statistics: Posted by Raym0nd — Tue Jan 31, 2017 11:31 pm