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35 excuses that will doom the non prepper.
6 May 2013, 09:18,
#1
35 excuses that will doom the non prepper.
http://www.shtfplan.com/emergency-prepar...r_05052013
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6 May 2013, 10:15,
#2
RE: 35 excuses that will doom the non prepper.
http://www.shtfplan.com/emergency-prepar...t_01172013
Woe to those who add house to house and join field to field, Until there is no more room, So that you have to live alone in the midst of the land!
Isaiah 5:8
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6 May 2013, 21:22,
#3
RE: 35 excuses that will doom the non prepper.
I have now given up trying to explain this to the brain dead.....its just to much of a effort for me ...I just get on with what ( I DO ) ....what can I tell you...but I must say I am still amazed by what THEY tell me , and what they see as important issues.....like holiday choices......new car.....dull as f.ck ......and that's family .
To take a look back in times past, its easy to see future direction you need to be.
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7 May 2013, 02:39,
#4
RE: 35 excuses that will doom the non prepper.
I have never attempted to convince anyone they needed to prep.

Anyone that does not have enough sense to do what common sense tells one they should do has no need to survive in a crisis and pass their genes to the next generation.
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7 May 2013, 06:37,
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RE: 35 excuses that will doom the non prepper.
(7 May 2013, 02:39)Mortblanc Wrote: I have never attempted to convince anyone they needed to prep.

Anyone that does not have enough sense to do what common sense tells one they should do has no need to survive in a crisis and pass their genes to the next generation.

Darwin Awards springs to mind haha
Dissent is the highest form of Patriotism - Thomas Jefferson
Those who sacrifice freedom for security deserve neither - Benjamin Franklin
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7 May 2013, 09:05,
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RE: 35 excuses that will doom the non prepper.
(6 May 2013, 21:22)Straight Shooter Wrote: I have now given up trying to explain this to the brain dead.....its just to much of a effort for me ...I just get on with what ( I DO ) ....what can I tell you...but I must say I am still amazed by what THEY tell me , and what they see as important issues.....like holiday choices......new car.....dull as f.ck ......and that's family .

couldnt agree more SS!
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7 May 2013, 17:28,
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RE: 35 excuses that will doom the non prepper.
But... but... but... the government will save us. There's nothing to worry about...
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If at first you don't secede, try, try again!
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7 May 2013, 17:44,
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RE: 35 excuses that will doom the non prepper.
(7 May 2013, 17:28)Jonas Wrote: But... but... but... the government will save us. There's nothing to worry about...
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yeah right! i dont know about your govt but ours couldnt find their arses with both hands.
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8 May 2013, 09:59,
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RE: 35 excuses that will doom the non prepper.
(6 May 2013, 21:22)Straight Shooter Wrote: I have now given up trying to explain this to the brain dead.....its just to much of a effort for me ...I just get on with what ( I DO ) ....what can I tell you...but I must say I am still amazed by what THEY tell me , and what they see as important issues.....like holiday choices......new car.....dull as f.ck ......and that's family .

Thanks SS, I have confided and convinced a select few of my need to prep. 'How can I buy all these extras' is the common question. I tell them to look on prepping as insurance.. a few extra tins thrown in with weekly, monthly shops, BOGOF items, grow more in the garden.
At best they have extra supplies for any emergency which may arise and that could be a big bill landing on doorstep, a sudden invite to something or just shtf.. its an insurance policy.. At worst, they dont have anything to fall back on and are totally unprepared.
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8 May 2013, 21:44,
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RE: 35 excuses that will doom the non prepper.
(8 May 2013, 09:59)PaulandNell Wrote:
(6 May 2013, 21:22)Straight Shooter Wrote: I have now given up trying to explain this to the brain dead.....its just to much of a effort for me ...I just get on with what ( I DO ) ....what can I tell you...but I must say I am still amazed by what THEY tell me , and what they see as important issues.....like holiday choices......new car.....dull as f.ck ......and that's family .

Thanks SS, I have confided and convinced a select few of my need to prep. 'How can I buy all these extras' is the common question. I tell them to look on prepping as insurance.. a few extra tins thrown in with weekly, monthly shops, BOGOF items, grow more in the garden.
At best they have extra supplies for any emergency which may arise and that could be a big bill landing on doorstep, a sudden invite to something or just shtf.. its an insurance policy.. At worst, they dont have anything to fall back on and are totally unprepared.

Don't forget to guide them to this site, they dont have to post, but it will do a lot more in the way of explanations
A major part of survival is invisibility.
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