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Ladies Womens Concealed Carry Waistband Gun Holster

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Who would ever have thought that you could use a pencil trimmer for so many uses.

Doomsday Prepping

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Hazards on Flooded City's Streets Inforgraphic by Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Federal Emergency Management Agency (U.S.)

Flood Response: Life-saving Infographics

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Survival skills to teach kids

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Yes!

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7 Things Your Child Should Have in His Bedside Table

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List of ideas for getting off the grid one baby step at a time.

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If you're in an unsafe situation, hold your finger to the screen. When you're safe, let go and enter the 4-digit code. If you let go but aren't able to enter to code, help will be sent to your location.

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Life Hacks from 100 years ago

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Solar powered refrigerators and freezers

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Altoids survival tin

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Add solar power to your truck camper

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Wind Generator for a Camper

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Keep Parachute Cord Tangle-Free The best way to store 550 parachute cord is in an empty plastic peanut butter jar. Drill a 3⁄16-inch-diameter hole in the lid. Stuff the cord into the jar (careful not to overlap it), and thread the end about 4 inches through the hole you made. Screw the lid back on, and pull out as much cord as you need. Kiss tangles good-bye. —Jim Ratermann, Tipp City, Ohio

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In a emergency a crayon will burn for 30 minutes.

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Pet Evacuation Kit...very thorough information!

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Are your kids equipped to handle these 7 scary scenarios? - The Survival Mom™

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Super Grip Lock Deadbolt strap is a dead end for intruders! Door can't be opened, even with a key. Great for weekends home alone. I want one

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Alternative energy

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homemade solar jar

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32 Survival Skills Your Child Should Know and Be Able to Do: GREAT list for summer ideas with your kids!

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PET Balls - dryer lint and petroleum jelly - firestarters

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enough to heat a garage.....this site tells you how to do it with soda cans ... heat a greenhouse or coop

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