Archive for the ‘Prepping’ Category

Kilauea earthquake overview

Posted: May 14, 2018 in General, Prepping

The reports out of Hawaii is not good and the island of Kilauea has been hit bad in recent weeks. To get a good overview of exactly what has happened so far check out this film.

Could get even worse.

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Hello Germany

Posted: May 5, 2018 in General, Magazines, Prepping

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German publication DWJ (May 2018). For people that enjoy their guns. I hope there is a lot of them over there.

Prepping should be through the roof by now…

Future Shock

Posted: April 29, 2018 in General, Prepping, TV & Movies

Saw “Humanity Bureau” on DVD tonight (in good company), and this one deserves some rather large thumbs up. Set in the near future in America, after all sorts of disasters that includes famine and civil war, a government worker (Noah Cross, portrayed by Nicolas Cage) discovers that all the people that are sent off to a place called the New Eden are exterminated. I will not tell you any more than that but I think this is one of the best dystopian films that I have ever seen.

Preppers take note.

Not good

Posted: April 14, 2018 in General, Prepping

They had to go there…

On very shaky grounds…

Against the will of the people…

Who is happy now?

Beefing up my stuff today – this is a dangerous game…

The Humanity Bureau

Posted: March 5, 2018 in General, Prepping, TV & Movies

I did not notice the December 2017 premiere of “The Humanity Bureau” here in Sweden but I will catch it on DVD. This is a dystopian film about life after the collapse. Nicolas Cage is always good so this should be OK.

Watch official trailer here.

The Backwoodsman 39

Posted: February 26, 2018 in General, Magazines, Prepping

Every now and then I add an issue of US publication The Backwoodsman to the old collection. Got issue 39 the other day and it features Stacy Lyn Harris on the cover.

Very nice.

Disasters ahead?

Posted: February 2, 2018 in General, Magazines, Prepping

Yet another Popular Mechanics issue (March 2018) that deals with impending disaster scenarios arrives. This is not what it used to be like, is it?

Am I wrong?