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I did dry fire drills with my handguns, and worked in my garden - right now just herbs and some small veggies, but it is growing.

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I purchased a 2nd bread maker. Going to make some this weekend with the kids.
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I bought 5k rounds of .22 LR for my stockpile.

I rotated/replaced the water supply and all the batteries in the flashlights in our BOBs.

Later this week I plan on "rotating" the emergency water supply in our 55 gal drums.
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Reading the 700+ page LDS book on the topic. They offer some very honest, reality based advice.
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I learned how to change a diaper and make a bottle, the nurses also say I'm one of the best new swaddlers they've seen ( my Wife just gave birth to our first on 12/31).
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Added 4 cans of Chef Boyardee to the pantry.
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I learned how to change a diaper and make a bottle, the nurses also say I'm one of the best new swaddlers they've seen ( my Wife just gave birth to our first on 12/31).

now, that's prepping.

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Picked up two ways to pump gas out of all the abandoned cars that will be left when the government takes every penny we earn!
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Told all my friends and co-workers that my place got broken into the other day and among the many things that got stolen, all my ammo, camping items, plus most of my food and water items.
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Reading the 700+ page LDS book on the topic. They offer some very honest, reality based advice.

i've heard they have some great info on this... where do we get that book?
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Yesh, the fact that you wanted to punch him, man... So do I. Of course, I would've made them (both) walk from somewhere cold and desolate, not really hit him.
He's just an all around self-centered insecure d-bag, and his attitude toward guns and prepping was just one thing he did that was annoying. When him and his wife started mocking my 6 year old daughter and made her cry when she fell at the park, is when I almost punched him.

Also today I searched in vain to find some affordable 9mm and 22 ammo around town, and there is none left unless I want to bend over and buy it from Big 5 or Dick's.
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Today I made a alcohol penny stove. Finally made the holes correctly spaced and sized so this one works great. 20 min of cook time with 1.5 oz of rubbing alcohol 70%. I typed the wrong alcohol percentage, it was not 70% it was 91% my apologies for that.

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This. I unfortunately spent the weekend out of town with my ultra-lib brother-in-law and his wife. They both openly mocked me when they saw our BOBs and gun in the car. Tried to talk to them about why I do it but all they would do is mock me and tell me guns have no place in a civilized world. I argued with them point for point and tried to talk sense into them about guns, but being the raging moron liberals that they are, you can't talk logic and fact with them. It's a miracle that I didn't punch my pompous brother-in-law in the mouth over the weekend.
Been there.
I don't bother to tell anyone about BOBs or trunk guns anymore.
It's a need-to-know basis. They don't need to know since they aren't going to benefit from it.
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I bought 100 rds for my 7mm mag 20 for my 30-06

My wife bought a waterproof case for some of her essentials and a road map for all of the us.
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Now that's prepping!!!
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Told all my friends and co-workers that my place got broken into the other day and among the many things that got stolen, all my ammo, camping items, plus most of my food and water items.
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Bought some buckets of the wise dehydrated food.
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What do you folks recommend for an all purpose water filter of good quality.
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What do you folks recommend for an all purpose water filter of good quality.
Depends on the purpose. The MSR MiniWorks EX Microfilter works great for around 2000 liters on each filter. That's over 1 year of filtration for one person. Can filter water for any use.

The Lifestraw is my filter of choice for hiking, backpacking, BOBs, etc because of the price. For $25 you get 1000 liters of drinking water. They were designed for use all over the world in disaster areas and third world countries, but available to the general public for sale. If anyone can find a system that works better, in that price range, I'd love to see it.

There's 2 I have experience with, I'm sure others will chime in with their filters of choice.
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i've heard they have some great info on this... where do we get that book?
http://www.tacticalintelligence.net/...-version-8.htm

Also, (back on topic) bought a couple cases of water, tested my latest batch of handloads at the range, collected a bunch of brass, found kerosene for the old army surplus lantern I got last weekend, and reading up on canning. I'm set for dry goods for a couple months, but it would be nice to have meat and veggies stored that don't require refrigeration.
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I learned how to change a diaper and make a bottle, the nurses also say I'm one of the best new swaddlers they've seen ( my Wife just gave birth to our first on 12/31).
Congratulations!!!
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I have been using Katadyn filters in the field (Desolation wilderness/Sierras) for a few years
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Wife bought a 20lbs bag of rice and some disinfectant wipes.
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Purchased 4 more 55 gallon water barrels, putting me over 600 gallons of water on hand, time to build another shed, and a mobile water pump system to collect water remotely. Started the frame work for a SS tumbler for all my brass, it will be able to support 8 and 10" drums that are 25" long. Weeded the area around my fruit trees and one section of my garden. Started shredding old papers, bills and junk mail to turn into brickets, need to build a press.
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Just bought $300 in food to add to the stash. Some from safeway, including dog food, and $200 in #10's online. Don't forget you'll need to feed your dog in an emergency situation.
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1. Woke up
2. Brush teeth
3. Took a dump
4. Shower
5. Had coffee

Thanks for the paranoia, hmmm I mean prepping.
Now I know where to go with 20 friends if we needed something.
BTW, make 20 tinfoil hats for us too. Keep them in a safe spot.
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1. Woke up
2. Brush teeth
3. Took a dump
4. Shower
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Thanks for the paranoia, hmmm I mean prepping.
Now I know where to go with 20 friends if we needed something.
BTW, make 20 tinfoil hats for us too. Keep them in a safe spot.
Ha Ha Ha That's awesome
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Thanks for that 4D, it's good to know that we'll never have another earthquake in california, and that the world economy will be perfectly harmonious for ever.

Now I don't have to think about all my neighbors in Oakland, and what they'll do if they have to make it solely on their own hard work and intelligence, without the government teet for more than a few days.

Sweet!!

On topic- To advance my preps today, I took a dump too, I wouldn't want to crap my pants while trembling in fear.
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If your home do not have food in the fridge for at least 1 week, something is already wrong there. Instead of wasting money on canned, dried food, I highly suggest stocking your refrigerator to begin with so your everyday life would be easier.

Besides canned and dried food are already bad enough, rotating them by eating them make it even worst.

In the worst case scenario, has it ever crossed your mind that if for some odd reason that you survived and some of your neighbors won't.

To all you wackos out there, all you need is a good generator to keep your fridge running and a good size rock to smash your neighbors window.

Waaallaaaaaa, food, first aid, water!

Canned food, dried food, water, bug out this , bug out that. Idiots!
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Today I made a alcohol penny stove. Finally made the holes correctly spaced and sized so this one works great. 20 min of cook time with 1.5 oz of rubbing alcohol 70%.
How about the plans/directions?
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This. I unfortunately spent the weekend out of town with my ultra-lib brother-in-law and his wife. They both openly mocked me when they saw our BOBs and gun in the car. Tried to talk to them about why I do it but all they would do is mock me and tell me guns have no place in a civilized world. I argued with them point for point and tried to talk sense into them about guns, but being the raging moron liberals that they are, you can't talk logic and fact with them. It's a miracle that I didn't punch my pompous brother-in-law in the mouth over the weekend.
So, where did you find your way into a "civilized world"??? cause the one I see around me surely does not meet that standard!

best choice of all is to not see the moron... problem solved.
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You'll probably laugh, but I vacuum sealed one pair each of clean of underwear and socks. The rain reminded me that walking in wet socks is the worst. Having a guaranteed dry pair of either is like heaven after a long, wet day.
Don't know why I never thought of this! I just finished vaccum selaing all of the clothes in my GHB. now I have more room!
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Sorry I forgot to post instructions for this project. Not very useful without them.Here we go.

1
Hold a piece of fine-grit sandpaper in one hand. Hold one clean, empty aluminum soda or beer can in the other hand. Twist the bottom of the can against the sandpaper so that the lower two or three inches of paint is removed from the metal. Repeat for a second can.

2
Place a thick, heavy book on a flat work surface. Stand a ruler next to one end of the book. At the one-inch mark, insert a utility-knife blade between the pages of the book. The book acts as a holder for the blade.

Press down on the book cover above the blade with the palm of one hand. Hold the blade in place with your thumb against the dull side of the blade. With the other hand, rotate one of the empty cans against the sharp side of the blade to cut the bottom one inch off. Sand the cut edge to dull it.

4
Press the bottom of the second can into the cut bottom of the first can to widen it slightly. Remove the second can and place a wad of fiberglass insulation into the cut bottom of the first can. This is the bottom of your penny cookstove.

5
Repeat Step 3 for the second can. Turn the cut bottom piece over so that the former bottom of the can is now the top. This will be the top of your penny cookstove.

6
Make a group of five small holes in the center of the top of the penny cookstove with the pushpin. These are the fuel fill holes. They should be close enough together that a penny can cover them all.

7
Fit the top of the penny cookstove inside the bottom piece and work with it until you can get it to slide all the way down into the bottom half. You will need patience for this step because the pieces are nearly identical in diameter. If you have trouble, cut a small piece of metal from one of the discarded can tops and slide it between the stove pieces to help work them together. The top piece should be level.

8
Make 16 evenly spaced holes around the top of the penny cookstove outside the raised rim. These are the flame jet holes. Your stove is ready to use.

9
Place the penny cookstove on a flat, level surface. Set it inside a can or tin lid with raised edges. Squeeze about 2 tablespoons of alcohol slowly into the fill holes and wait for it to drain into the stove. It will be absorbed by the fiberglass insulation inside. Squeeze about a teaspoon of alcohol into the lid under the stove. Place a penny over the fill holes and squirt a few drops of alcohol on top of it. Light the alcohol that is in the can lid, and this will catch the alcohol inside the stove on fire. Jets of flame will then issue out from the jet holes.

Now you are ready to cook. I slide this in the bottom of a canteen cup stand and it works great. Also if it is made thin enough it will work in an esbit stove also, use 91% Alcohol ....

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Collected a bag of drier lint, got a hatchet and sharpening stone.

Not much, but what can I say, I'm a rookie. And we are camping in a few weeks...

Anybody want to trade me a dime for a nickel?
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