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New Alternative For Firearm Video Enthusiasts

Gun Enthusiasts Unwanted On Youtube On October 1, 2017, 58 people were killed, and 413 wounded in Las Vegas in the deadliest mass shooting that ever happened in the United States. The shooting occurred at the Route 91 Harvest music festival, at Mandalay Bay Hotel, on the Las Vegas strip.  The shooter fired over 1,000 rounds, using bump stocks,  into the crowd from the 32nd floor of the Mandalay Bay, Hotel.  One result of this shooting was that bump stocks were banned, and also YouTube changed its policy concerning firearms videos.  YouTube Policy Change In April 2018, in response...

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WARNING: Stay Way From DIY Hand Sanitizer!

Don’t Try To Make Your Own Hand Sanitizer Along with toilet paper and other essentials, Covid-19 has brought about a shortage of hand sanitizer. Frequently, cleaning your hands and using sanitizer is one of the easiest, preventative measures to take for you to reduce the chance of getting infected by the Covid-19 virus.  So, why am I telling you not to make your own?  This article will tell you why it is not recommended. FYI-Even if you aren’t concerned about the Coronavirus, you should still practice proper hygiene and clean your hands regularly. Here Are The Reasons Why You...

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The Ultimate Survival Quotes

Best Survivor Quotes William E. Demming-(1900-1993)  Demming was a jack of all trades and master of all. He is known for engineering, professor, statistician, author, and also a  corporate consultant. Demming is perhaps best known for after WWIII helping Japan recover and become an economic superpower. In his 80’s Demming worked with Ford Motor Company and transformed their business culture. Author’s Note-Demming’s quote emphasizes that the ability to adapt or evolve is a survival mechanism. So, if you want to survive, you must change with the times. Viktor Emil Frankl-(1905 to 1997) Frankl was a neurologist, psychologist, and also a survivor of the Holocaust.  He was best known for the book Man’s Search For Meaning, a book written in 1946.  The main gist of  Man’s Search For Meaning was that if prisoners or others facing adverse situations have a positive outlook that the future will be better, and that you have something to live for you will have a better chance of survival.  Author’s Note: What preppers should learn from Frankl is that positivity and belief that it will eventually get better will significantly help increase your chance of survival.   Stephen Hawking-(1942-2018) Hawking was a physicist, cosmologist and is perhaps best known for the book a Brief History of Time.  Arguably, and unfortunately, Hawking is perhaps best known because of him being able to achieve success despite having ALS or...

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‘Preppers’ have their moment as coronavirus spreads – Washington Times

Historically, the disaster preppers have been looked down upon by general society.   To many, at best Preppers are thought of as being eccentric but mostly harmless.   At worst, preppers also are depicted as sociopaths that are waiting for armageddon to occur.   However, with the recent Covid-19 scare (and the lack of everyday commodities like toilet paper and hand sanitizer), the prepper community has recently gained a bit of new-found respect.   A short article from The Washington Times, in the age of Covid-19, shows how prepping has gained some respect from society They’re not laughing anymore amid panic buying that has cleared store shelves across the U.S. and growing fears that the new coronavirus will force many Americans to self-quarantine for weeks in their homes. This article also goes on to explain how the majority of preppers simply practice disaster prepping as  a means to survive until help can arrive: “The vast majority of this is ‘beans and Band-Aids,’ not ‘bullets and bunkers,’” Ramey said. So, who is getting the last laugh? now? This Post was originally published on www.washingtontimes.com   So, who is getting the last laugh...

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