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Re: “A Charlotte "Prepper" Braces for the Worst

URGENT: People need to know this fact! If you have already been radiated Potassium Iodide or Iodine is totally worthless and this will most likely be the real situation! The best and most safe way to remove radiation from your body is with the natural ingestable mineral called Zeolite which is proven to safely remove both radiation and heavy metals from your body! If you have already been radiated you need to detox with natural zeolite! If you live close to a nuclear power plant or if your are preparing for a nuclear release or event you need to have a stock of micronized medical grade zeolite for human consumption! Not industrial or Agricultural Grade zeolite! For more information on this important detox do a search for the single word Zeolite!

Posted by Barry Cohen on 08/06/2014 at 11:42 AM

Re: “A Charlotte "Prepper" Braces for the Worst

I'm stunned he shared that he has a barn in Charlotte. How many barns can there be in Charlotte? 100? WTSHTF, people are gonna come a- knocking.

Posted by Tom A. on 07/28/2014 at 7:08 PM

Re: “A Charlotte "Prepper" Braces for the Worst

totally prepped here for any event. been preppers all my life.
DOG FOOD is the one thing that stumped me. tried everything i could think of to store it. nothing worked because the moisture in the dry dogfood settled in the bottom of the containment.
the only thing i have arrived at is store half dozen bags in upright position. every time i remove a bag i turn all the bags end over end.
if i don't the water starts running out the bottom after a couple months.

Posted by Steve LaFontaine on 07/24/2014 at 11:46 AM

Re: “Whiskey Tango Foxtrot: Why did American orphanages disappear, and where do orphans go today?

I am coming to this article four years later as I start to investigate how America started moving away from the orphanage system in the 40s and 50s. My father-in-law and his five sisters were put in a Methodist orphanage in PA when their mother died, and each and every one of them became a fully productive and useful member of society. That said, there were also horrendous abuses at orphanages which to me proves that as with everything else, there were good ones and bad ones. I am curious if you'd be willing to speak with me a little about your research on the topic? I am just getting my feet wet.

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Posted by UrbanExile on 05/15/2014 at 4:44 PM

Re: “Cold Comfort

Receiving vaults at cemetery's are a convenient way to store peoples loved ones while waiting for the snow to thaw out and melt. It saves people a lot of stress and worry about trying to plan out a funeral when its freezing cold outside and there's snow on the ground. These vaults both store the bodies in a respectful way, and gives families time to plan out a nice funeral for their loved ones.

Posted by Jason Strong on 05/06/2014 at 3:53 PM

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