In this weeks edition of
Monday Tuesday Mania: Every Day Carry: How Much is Too Much?, 40 Unique Places to Stash Firearms, Life on the Streets: 10 Lessons I Learned From the Homeless, How to Dress to Avoid Suspicion, Blend In During a Crisis: “Be a Grey Man”, Who Is a Threat To You? “Dangerous People to Avoid After the Collapse”, & 12 More
Monday Tuesday Mania – 3.15.2016
Well…I am sure it’s probably obvious by now but I missed my mark by not getting this post out yesterday. I wish I had a great story behind the reasoning for it but there were no zombies, no Sasquatch, and certainly not any aliens. I just plain got tied up with things and didn’t make it.
That said, this week is pretty brief.
I would really like to say thank you to all who have donated toward my goal of raising $500 to help prevent veteran suicide. It really means more to me than I could ever convey here.
Most of my week will be absorbed by work and medical appointments, as was last week. In my spare time this week my biggest goal is to spend as much time with my son’s as I can while they are on Spring Break.
I hope y’all have a great week!
MY FINDS FOR LAST WEEK:
Every Day Carry: How Much is Too Much? – This is a very individual question simply because what is too much for one, may not be nearly enough for another. That’s one reason you see Soldiers in combat dressed like modern day American police officers.
40 Unique Places to Stash Firearms – I have heard several of these before but I see a few new ones too. My favorite is probably either #9 or #13.
Life on the Streets: 10 Lessons I Learned From the Homeless – There is some great knowledge to gain from this short article. More importantly, take the time to consider those who are successful at living homeless and how they are able to do so.
How to Dress to Avoid Suspicion, Blend In During a Crisis: “Be a Grey Man” – Urban camouflage is always a good idea. If all you have in your SHTF inventory is military camo, what are you going to look like to everyone else? It will probably be either the enemy or the enemy, depending on which side you are on of course.
Who Is a Threat To You? “Dangerous People to Avoid After the Collapse” – If you know the enemy and know yourself, you need not fear the result of a hundred battles. If you know yourself but not the enemy, for every victory gained you will also suffer a defeat. If you know neither the enemy nor yourself, you will succumb in every battle. – Sun Tzu
My Prepper Evolution – From The Prepper Journal
MORE MADNESS IN THE WORLD:
“She’s a…liar”: Caitlyn Jenner Destroys Hillary Clinton on TV, Causes Heads to Explode – Finally something that I can agree on regarding the whole “Caitlyn” Jenner situation.
Twitter Goes off on Terrorist Bill Ayers After He Tweets a Picture of His Dining Room “Altar” – Spells It Wrong – A lifelong string of bad decisions. Good thing he is not in a position to spread his thinking to young minds! Oh, wait…
FDA wants new manure regulations for organic farms – Really? Most of the “organic” produce that is sold at grocery stores seems to be a scam anymore. I guess it makes sense that our government would take the last remaining produce that is untainted and try to regulate it out of existence.
Massachusetts gun grabber wants to start a national ‘revolution’ to eradicate semi-autos – The scary thing is that there are actually communities where they think this is a good idea.
U.S. Cyber Command: No question an attack will bring the grid down – It will happen, especially if the government keeps spreading the word about how vulnerable we are.
Ron Paul says coming collapse of U.S. empire will set the stage for a freedom revolution – And it might not be a bad thing!
TIN FOIL HAT TIME?:
INTERESTING READING: (FROM JWR’s Survival Blog)
That’s a wrap for me this week. As always, I hope that you all have a great week and keep getting ready for tough times. It seems like we get closer every day to something unfortunate coming along.
If you found something that you would like to share with the group or have any questions, don’t hesitate to email me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Come back next week for another edition of Monday Mania.
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