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Will you be ready when "they" come? It's unsure what will happen when disaster strikes. The economy might take us all down, nature might strike back, another country can attack...who knows what will happen. There are however only three important questions: 1. Will you be ready when it happens? 2. How will you protect yourself and your loved ones? 3. Are you sure you've Will you be ready when "they" come? It's unsure what will happen when disaster strikes. The economy might take us all down, nature might strike back, another country can attack...who knows what will happen. There are however only three important questions: 1. Will you be ready when it happens? 2. How will you protect yourself and your loved ones? 3. Are you sure you've got everything covered? This book will teach you 7 catastrophic mistakes most preppers make. Be sure to avoid them! Prepping and, by effect, preppers, have become a common topic in recent years. This is partially due to the influence of the media and the influence of television shows depicting survivalists or promoting survival tips. The general public has one of two possible images in mind when they think preppers. Either they think of people sitting in a basement huddling around a camping stove wearing a tin-foil hat or they think of scruffy mountain men outfitted with enough firepower to start World War III. Neither of these images depicts the real truth about preppers or their culture. The primary concern with preppers is not to abandon society but, rather, to be as prepared as possible for scenarios that could result in the destruction of the current social structure. Prepping can be defined as simply being prepared for the future. The uncertainty about the future is generally what most preppers worry about when they make their preparations. What will there be to eat? Where will I stay? What will I do if the electricity is out? These types of questions are of the utmost importance to people who are concerned with prepping and survivalism. There are, generally speaking, three major steps that are involved with prepping. The first step is to acquire supplies. The supplies, of course, all depend on the person doing the prepping but generally include food, tools, and weapons. The second step is to learn skills involved with surviving. These can be urban or outdoor survival skills and can range from fire starting to weapon maintenance. Finally there is a level of importance that is placed on the community aspect of survival. No man is an island and, thus, it only makes sense to include others in your plans. At the very least a person should include family and close friends in their plans. After a catastrophe there is really no telling who is worthy of trust and who isn't.


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Will you be ready when "they" come? It's unsure what will happen when disaster strikes. The economy might take us all down, nature might strike back, another country can attack...who knows what will happen. There are however only three important questions: 1. Will you be ready when it happens? 2. How will you protect yourself and your loved ones? 3. Are you sure you've Will you be ready when "they" come? It's unsure what will happen when disaster strikes. The economy might take us all down, nature might strike back, another country can attack...who knows what will happen. There are however only three important questions: 1. Will you be ready when it happens? 2. How will you protect yourself and your loved ones? 3. Are you sure you've got everything covered? This book will teach you 7 catastrophic mistakes most preppers make. Be sure to avoid them! Prepping and, by effect, preppers, have become a common topic in recent years. This is partially due to the influence of the media and the influence of television shows depicting survivalists or promoting survival tips. The general public has one of two possible images in mind when they think preppers. Either they think of people sitting in a basement huddling around a camping stove wearing a tin-foil hat or they think of scruffy mountain men outfitted with enough firepower to start World War III. Neither of these images depicts the real truth about preppers or their culture. The primary concern with preppers is not to abandon society but, rather, to be as prepared as possible for scenarios that could result in the destruction of the current social structure. Prepping can be defined as simply being prepared for the future. The uncertainty about the future is generally what most preppers worry about when they make their preparations. What will there be to eat? Where will I stay? What will I do if the electricity is out? These types of questions are of the utmost importance to people who are concerned with prepping and survivalism. There are, generally speaking, three major steps that are involved with prepping. The first step is to acquire supplies. The supplies, of course, all depend on the person doing the prepping but generally include food, tools, and weapons. The second step is to learn skills involved with surviving. These can be urban or outdoor survival skills and can range from fire starting to weapon maintenance. Finally there is a level of importance that is placed on the community aspect of survival. No man is an island and, thus, it only makes sense to include others in your plans. At the very least a person should include family and close friends in their plans. After a catastrophe there is really no telling who is worthy of trust and who isn't.

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  1. 5 out of 5

    Nicholas Maulucci

    annoyingly simple booklet. the title is almost as long as the actual book. the book talks about preparing for the apocalypse or something like that. mercifully short, this booklet poses as a serious piece of work. the concepts are sub-simple half the time and paranoid the other half. only store non-perishable items and be careful who you tell. mmmmmmmwoooooohahahahaha!

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