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Welcome New Members / Re: Hi from Chicago
« Last post by Bill Quick on Today at 09:16:52 PM »
If I can choke it down, I'll order up some lard and follow your recipe to make some of my own.
Thanks, cremes!

I just ordered another 5 gal tub of grass-fed lard.  That makes five I've got squirreled away, in sealed tubs with oxy absorbers inside.  Should last virtually forever.
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Welcome New Members / Re: Hi from Chicago
« Last post by 9thInfDivRvrRat on Today at 08:54:36 PM »
Welcome.
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Welcome New Members / Re: Hi from Chicago
« Last post by cremes on Today at 04:40:05 PM »
Bill, I'm still an avid reader of your site but I haven't commented in a while. You are getting all of my Amazon purchases though so hopefully that makes up for my lack of participation!

Just ordered some pemmican from US Wellness to see just how bad/good it tastes. If I can choke it down, I'll order up some lard and follow your recipe to make some of my own. Also ordered a few Aqua-tainers to supplement my water storage.

I've only been poking around for a few hours and already I am learning a bunch. When I reread Lightning Fall in August I'll be sure to write up a review for you on Amazon.
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Welcome New Members / Re: Hi from Chicago
« Last post by Bill Quick on Today at 12:29:05 PM »
Hi, Cremes!  I've missed seeing you around!  Welcome!
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General Discussions / Re: You Might Be A Prepper If:
« Last post by Langenator on Today at 12:23:26 PM »
Quote from: Bill Quick on July 28, 2014, 02:53:04 PM
YMBAPI:

4.  You never met a gun you didn't like - or want.


Well, there's always the Nambu...which I'd only want if I needed it to complete my "Firearms of WWII" collection...and I still wouldn't really like it.  Actually, pretty much any Japanese military firearm would fall into that category.

And anything by Lorcin, Jennings, et al...only if it was the choice between that and no gun at all.
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Scenarios / Re: Re-Starting the world
« Last post by Carolynp on Today at 11:11:25 AM »
I gave this some thought in terms of what my "dream team" would be in a SHTF situation.  If we're talking general types of people, I'd pick a group of farmers, missionaries, and either current or ex-military from my church.  These folks, by the nature of their jobs, learn how to "make do" in a pinch; they aren't afraid of hard work; they generally understand equipment; and they get the concept of you could die if you get this stuff wrong.  Also, I think having a basic adherence to Christian faith will keep them from tossing the pres and his minions off the island, though, that may be a bad thing...
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Welcome New Members / Re: Hi from Chicago
« Last post by Carolynp on Today at 10:59:01 AM »
Welcome!!
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Welcome New Members / Hi from Chicago
« Last post by cremes on Today at 08:25:59 AM »
I'm a long time Daily Pundit reader and now a budding prepper. My reasoning for getting interested all of a sudden is the Ebola scare that's been in the news for the last few weeks. When I saw that doctors who were working on these patients in moon suits started contracting the disease and dying, it sent a chill up my spine. I regularly enjoy the various post-apoc novels that I pick up cheap on Amazon (and Kindle Unlimited is a god-send) and so many of them begin similarly to what we are reading in the news RIGHT NOW.

I'd be a fool to ignore it.

I'm here to start learning the basics (beyond what I've already picked up in those novels plus our host's own excellent Lightning Fall). I already have some Life Straws and some Potable Aqua tabs, but I'm pretty thin for food with any kind of good shelf life. I'll be scouring the forums and FAQs over the next few days and plan to make a few purchases soon.

So, hello!
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Scenarios / Re: Re-Starting the world
« Last post by Bill Quick on July 28, 2014, 03:16:58 PM »
For starters, no welfare recipients.

And no machinists named "Huff", either.

I'm sure if I have the name or rate wrong, someone will be long to correct me...

He's already said the President and Cronies get sheltered, so...welfare recipients are baked into the cake.
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