Prepairdness information sources

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posted on Oct, 2 2007 @ 11:50 AM
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Everybody has there little secretes on information sources. I will share two of my favorites. If we all give one or two sources we will all know more then the average survivalist.

1: The public library.
2: local retirement village.

many years ago before I joined the service us kids would volunteer at the local old age home (as we called them back then). you would be surprised how much those old times taught us.




posted on Oct, 2 2007 @ 03:10 PM
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The three years before I went in service I was a barber in an old type barber shop. The old men used to hang out in there sometimes all day and "swap lies". They were very entertaining but if one listened it could be an educational experience. I learned early in life to put myself where the old folks are and listen. Most of them are aching to leave behind as much as they can of what life has taught them. A willing ear will keep them going for hours. OP already said old folks though so:
(1) Buckskinning Rendezvous
(2) Indian PowWow
(3) The Homeless
(4) Farmers CoOp or Farmers Market (truck farmers)
Generally speaking, the more "laid back" an environment you can find, the more you'll pick up on old ways.





 
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