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August 24, 2014 at 2:03 pm #23134
Interesting this post. I was woke up by a 6.0 at 3:20 in the morning last night. Shook for about 20 seconds which doesn’t seem like long but by earth quack standards it is. Some areas out here got quite a bit of damage.August 23, 2014 at 5:30 am #23044
Well at least this should give us over the hill folks some job security! I remember members of my family talking 30 years ago about getting pushed out of a job by the younger generation. I’m 43 with a strong work ethic and resume at least I won’t have to worry about getting pushed out since the younger generation doesn’t want to work!August 22, 2014 at 4:04 pm #22976
We should all be very worried, you have to realize that ISIS as a group of people are use to living in substandard conditions a grid down situation followed by some ISIS beheadings here on American soil would turn this country into chaos and the terrorists would not be bothered by the lack of power like everyone here would be.August 14, 2014 at 5:40 am #21936
<div class=”d4p-bbp-quote-title”>74 wrote:</div>This will take a while to develop.
It has been developing for decades, I think we are far closer than any of us are comfortable thinking about. We prep we go about our daily lives but in my opinion it is time to put your preps into high gear. With all the horrible things going on in this world TODAY we are ripe with false flag opportunities. Why wait for the collapse when you can pick the time and the right circumstances? Just my 2 centsAugust 9, 2014 at 3:45 pm #21446
Welcome, it is nice to see that there is at least one person your age that understands.August 9, 2014 at 12:05 am #21408
I’ve had two attempted break ins and at odd times of the day. The first was at 5:30 in the morning. My wife was already up getting ready for work and our bulldog went nuts downstairs. By the time I got down there 1911 in hand the back door was open but they were gone scared off by our dog. After that I got alarms for all the doors in the house (simple wedge alarms) and two weeks later my wife called me at work (which is one block away from were I live) telling me that the alarm in the garage was going off. I was home in about a minute and the alarm scared them off. This time I contracted with a security company and the stickers and yard signs I guess have been enough that whoever it was has not been back.August 8, 2014 at 3:28 pm #21384August 8, 2014 at 3:26 pm #21383
There is no doubt that this has the potential to start a panic here in America even if not truly warranted.August 8, 2014 at 4:21 am #21370
I live in the east bay area of San Francisco and I can tell you that not enough people here are taking it seriously. I have a very good friend who has a well on her 5 acres and she doesn’t seem to understand that it may well run dry. If this persists we could be in some big trouble. Fortunately I’m outta here next June when my wife gets orders and we are off to our next great adventure!August 7, 2014 at 2:24 pm #21321
<div class=”d4p-bbp-quote-title”>freedom wrote:</div>I just wanted to add one more thing. It is easier to be a complainer then a doer. The complainers can come to the website everyday look and say wow only news and complain. The doers do something about it by posting or re-posting.
I find the news very interesting to SHTF and see many members do to. So stop complaining and do something about it. But don’t come to the website everyday to just look at what everyone is posting because we are the one’s posting everyday and keeping the website interesting. If we didn’t do that there would be one post a day. Not very interesting right.
So do something about it and stop complaining.
I agree the news is a big part of being aware of what could be coming.August 7, 2014 at 6:49 am #21276
<div class=”d4p-bbp-quote-title”>undeRGRönd wrote:</div>Kewl Stuff, MATT!<br>
Don’t you love it when they line up?
No revolvers of my own, but Dad has a few.<br>
I round out the armory with the autos
I’m gonna guess you are younger and I mean no offense but revolvers have real advantages over semi-autos in a life or death situation. I have people come in everyday looking for there first gun and it amazes me when a little ole lady comes in and wants a Glock! 9 outta 10 times there grandchild told them that is what they needed. I own semi-autos, Ar 15’s, shotguns…. and a revolver sits on my nightstand at night and there is one on my wife’s as well. In a life or death situation revolvers don’t jam and in a real world situation you can cause your semi-auto to jam. Nervous, scared and when you fire you limp wrist it and the ejecting case stove pipes and now you are trying to clear your gun when you should be firing your second shot. Revolvers don’t jam. Glocks are not cool they are very reliable guns if they fit your hand and you have practiced with that particular gun. Brand envy will kill you, I know I have gone off on a tangent but people need to be aware that brand and type are not relevant, this is not a designer pair of shoes. This is a weapon that will save your life or get you killed. The right gun for you is the gun that fits your hand the best and you shoot the best with.August 7, 2014 at 5:59 am #21274
Ruger GP100 VS the 686 I’d take the GP100August 7, 2014 at 1:20 am #21261
Well that started a debate!August 7, 2014 at 1:19 am #21260
I’d love to know how much of that money was spent in ways that they weren’t suppose to spend it and that is why it was not reported. Great to see our hard earned money wasted!!!August 6, 2014 at 5:15 am #21189
and this guy is the one developing the treatment for ebola….Holy ****!