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Fake TV For Home Security

August 16, 2014, by Ken Jorgustin


During the night, a TV appears as a flickering shimmer of colors and hues against a window, shade, or curtain, as viewed from the outside. It sends a message (to the outside) that someone is home, watching TV. A home burglar looking for a vacant home to burglarize – will move on…

Home security and burglar deterrence should be thought of in ‘layers’. In addition to deterrents such as outdoor motion lights, security stickers & placards, deadbolts, bump-proof locks, long screws in your door strike-plate, an x-large dog bowl on the front porch, a real or fake security camera, etc., consider what the INSIDE of your home looks like as viewed from the OUTSIDE to a potential burglar.

I came across the following ‘Fake TV’, which I now use as part of my overall home security plan when I’m away from home. It is very effective…

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Dehydrator Onions For My Food Storage

August 15, 2014, by Ken Jorgustin

some of my Vidalia onions

During the time of the year when the harvest is plenty, it’s time to preserve the bounty.

I have preserved batches of (Vidalia) onions with my dehydrator for my food storage, and here’s why and how…

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Cities Are Artificial And Only Exist At The Expense Of Resources From Elsewhere

August 15, 2014, by Ken Jorgustin


Cities are not natural in that they are artificial unnatural centers of human existence.

Cities rely upon energy and resources from elsewhere to enable their existence and survival. The problem is – the sheeple have no ‘real’ fathom-ability that these resources come from mostly invisible and intertwined complicated ‘just-in-time’ distribution networks and systems, and they do not realize that they will likely die without them.

Systemic risk? I say yes, very much so…
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Wheat Storage: Hard, Red, White, Soft ?

August 14, 2014, by Ken Jorgustin


What’s the difference between -Red -White -Hard -Soft -Summer -Winter WHEAT?

Wheat is one of the basic dry foods that preppers keep in their food storage, and is the most common grain consumed in the United States.

One reason that wheat is chosen for food storage is because wheat has a very long shelf life if stored properly (decades). The ‘goodness’ remains in the wheat (berry) until you mill it (grind).

There’s more than one kind of wheat, and you may have heard some of the name variations – varieties. Here’s a short and simple description:

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10 Benefits And Reasons For The LifeStraw Drinking Water Filter

August 13, 2014, by Ken Jorgustin


LifeStraw is a compact portable drinking water filter that safeguards your travel such that you will have instant access to safe drinking water.

You can drink straight from rivers and lakes, or from your filled water bottle. It’s simple – just put the bottom part of the LifeStraw in the water, and sip through the other end.

Here are 10 benefits to having your own LifeStraw drinking water filter:

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People Don’t Even Notice They’re Bound In Chains Of Debt, Laws, And Regulations

August 13, 2014, by Ken Jorgustin


Most people are in chains, and they don’t even know it.

‘The system’ has trapped most people in chains while at the same time cleverly distracting them (the sheeple) from this reality.

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Nuclear Power Plant Meltdown – 50 Mile Radius

August 12, 2014, by Ken Jorgustin


Have you wondered where the safest or safer place would be from a nuclear power plant – given that a SHTF collapse ‘might’ lead to nuclear meltdown and disaster ‘if’ the power grid were to go down?

You better be at least 50 miles from a nuclear power plant, and preferably not in a downwind location based on the prevailing winds (which are typically west to east – with variations thereof)…

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