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Collect pennies and invest in copper: here's why...
Penny for your thoughts on copper? You may be thinking that
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Ten Totally Free Survival Apps!
There are survival apps in your cellphone waiting to be unleashed.
One of many ways your cellphone can help you survive is a
survival app. The downside of any survival app is that they're
electronic. These apps will help you get through a crisis as long
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in life are free. Add to your list the
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Pretty Little Prepper Lies.
Lies: preppers tell them. It's human nature. It's instinctual.
People, preppers or not, tell lies for many reasons. They tell lies
to keep a secret, to hide something, to avoid hurting someone's
feelings, to fit in, to brag, to sound important or to appear more
knowledgeable. The list of lies is endless. Whether lies are
secretive, boastful, or come from the misinformed, preppers need
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caution before accepting and acting on survival ideas. Prepping is
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pretty little prepper lies, so you don't fall victim to bad advice.

Survive an Economic collapse.
Are you preparing for a stock market collapse? Are you taking
precautions to insulate yourself from an economic depression?
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metal assets you can liquidate to get you through hard times?
An economic collapse is imminent—whether it happens in 2021 or
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us upon our society. Everyone will be scrambling when the day
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Lessons from The Great Depression.
How did people survive the financial apocalypse when the stock
marked took a dive in 1929 and economic hardships ensued for
ten years. The Great Depression caused an economic collapse,
but the good news is that most people didn't starve. Certainly
there were times when people went hungry, but it was not for a
lack of food available. The people who survived the Great
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lessons of the Great Depression.

50 Survival Tools you Forgot to Buy.
Do you have all the survival gear you need? Purchase prepping
and survival gear as though they are the last items you'll ever
own. If you've been prepping for a while you may think you've
thought of everything.
Read 50 survival tools you forgot to buy
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Top Ranking prepper sites.
With hundreds of really good prepping Web sites, it's hard to
know which are the ones to spend your time. It used to be that
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they've decided to hide their ranking data from the public. As
preppers, we grow as a community by sharing our expertise and
ideas, which is why we assembled this list of more than one
top ranking prepper Web sites in the United States. A
few Web sites from Canada are on here because they have gained
interest from American preppers.

Prepper's pantry.
Food is essential if not crucial to your overall survival plan. Take
time to learn how to stock the prepper's pantry so you and your
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Ten habits of happy preppers.
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Prepping Secrets about Silver.
Silver is hiding in your loose change! Many people know that 1964
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older is 90% silver. But in that magic year when the government
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half dollar composition still had some silver! It went from 90%
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How to keep Cool without Electricity.
Stay cool during a power outage. Plan ahead, before disaster
strikes, particularly if you live in extremely arid or humid
conditions―Florida and Arizona come to mind. A hurricane could
leave the power out for days, and a blackout would be
devastating for Arizona much of the year. Here are ten ways to
stay cool in your home without electricity.

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Ten things to know about Bleach...
Preppers are fascinated by bleach, but there are 10 things to
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