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    You are in: Home / Community Forums / Emergency Food/Supplies / If you're here, raise your hand!
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    Kickapoo
    Thu Dec 30, 2010 2:56 pm
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    I'm here! I'm here! I've been working on food storage for about 6 months now. Have about 6 more months to go to get a one year supply of basic foods for my family. Then I'll be working on supplemental foods, condiments, spices, etc. Food storage rotation systems will eventually be started too. It seems most food storage recipes are either breakfast or dessert. I'm exploring for more main dishes.
    Bunkie
    Mon Jan 31, 2011 12:08 pm
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    I'm here! icon_biggrin.gif My husband and I are trying to build up an emergency supply of food and provisions, in the event of job loss/bad weather/the country eventually going to hell in a handbasket. I'm just getting started, and I'll raise questions as they come up. Right now, I'm doing a lot of reading.

    Lisa
    ala-kat
    Sun Apr 10, 2011 4:54 am
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    Hi there. I'm new and have started looking into all this stuff. Guess I've been living in a cave icon_eek.gif Saw some friends tonight that I've not seen in quite some time, and this is something they are actively doing. Made for great conversation. Some of it I was somewhat aware of, but only in passing. I'm one up in one respect, I have two backpacks ready and waiting to be useful icon_biggrin.gif It's a lot to take in, but I feel worth the effort.
    CONCHOBOR99
    Wed May 25, 2011 4:39 pm
    Regular "Line Cook" Poster
    I just came out of my bunker for a quick look see. Man, am I pasty white! See you when the dollar crashes!
    Isabella's Can Opener
    Sun May 29, 2011 6:49 am
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    Hi all. I just stumbled upon the forum and raising my hand yo be counted.
    charlie #5
    Tue May 31, 2011 12:30 pm
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    I'm here in SE, KS working on being more self sufficient every day. Moved to the country a year ago, bought chickens, and lovin' country life.
    Cinisajoy
    Tue May 31, 2011 5:27 pm
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    Hi! I have just been away the last couple of years, but I am back now.
    Veggie_Cook
    Sat Jun 04, 2011 11:06 pm
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    I'm here! icon_lol.gif icon_biggrin.gif icon_smile.gif icon_razz.gif icon_cool.gif
    arum
    Fri Jun 17, 2011 11:59 am
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    Yip! Im a South African "existing" in Germany. I´ve also just found this thread, in fact, this whole site. Still have to explore everything, but definitely interested in "alternative" food sources, which, for me, include emergency foods.
    cjmobxnc196327909
    Tue Sep 06, 2011 8:45 pm
    Newbie "Fry Cook" Poster
    I'm here.... raising my hand....

    reading to see what else I can learn on here, which might be a lot...

    do we have any other T2 insulin-dependent diabetics on here? If so, I'd love to hear your ideas on what to put in a ready kit...

    putting my hand back down... then hearing Pink's "Raise Your Glass", raising it back up with my glass of water in it....

    it's been a long week, so I'm gonna lurk and learn more now.
    ava&jacksmummy
    Sat May 05, 2012 11:43 pm
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    here! icon_lol.gif
    Amberngriffinco
    Fri May 18, 2012 11:46 am
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    I do, but I'm not on weekly anymore.

    I have PT jobs and I feel stalked by someone so I usually will NOT sign in.

    But, I 'listen.'

    a
    OH, let me try that!
    Sun Jun 17, 2012 6:45 pm
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    Howdy, folks. While I don't rely on this spot for anything, I will often check in with a thought, perhaps a thread, or maybe just something that was on my mind at the time or just to read. I don't do this very often, and I doubt most folks do. As a species, we humans are more reactionary than proactive. 9-11 happens and we all get skeert and start thinking. Y2K happens and we all get skeert and start thinking. Bird flu, we get skeert and start thinking. Most of us, though, aren't thinking about this sort of stuff 24/7.

    Thing is, that's cool. I don't think we're built well to give ourselves constant stress about a thing as nebulous as disaster. I DO think we can be as good or better than squirrels for thinking beyond today's meal when there may be an oncoming Winter.

    And folks, please.... Being prepared doesn't mean craziness and zombies and end of the world stuff. For me, the worst disaster I could think of would be losing my steady job, so I try to prepare on that level. Having 6 months of foodstuffs on hand while I try for another job is one less bill, and possibly the most important, given you can't get a job as a corpse or a skeleton after 3 months of beating bushes with no job and the rent and bills taking up monetary assets. Yes, I save that as well, but the thing I save most of all is my peace of mind. I'm a modern man, though, so I'm not one that will be satisfied by beans and rice and wheat and a grinder. While that's intriguing, because I know I could do it, it isn't how I plan for disaster.

    The latest is Dec 21, 2012. Mayans from many thousands of years ago predicting the end of the world. First, their world ended long ago, so they were wrong. Second, I think they were thinking more transition than end of days. The media of today certainly likes to hype such things, don't they?

    Still, in a more global world, we're subject to the whims of economy, and it's prudent to hedge against that with tangible assets. It won't save the world, but it could stand you in good stead if you're prepared.

    I don't know... These are the things I think about when I think of being prepared.

    I guess you could count this as me checking in, heheh.
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