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Evan
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Posted - October 10 2008 :  09:22:26 AM  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
I haven't been shy about my membership in the Church of JESUS CHRIST of Latter Day Saints, more commonly though inaccurately called the Mormon Church.

We are well known for food storage. If you'll go to LDS.org and search for Proivdent Living you'll find alot of extremely valuable info. Whether you're a Mormon or a Muslim we are going to need to be self sufficient very very soon.

The Bums in Washington are pandering for votes and with the exception of those who voted against the Bailout the second time they're all a bunch of cock roaches, who scatter when the lights are turned on.

I love this country dearly and I think that it's time to start taking it back-with the ballot and not the bullet.

"The greatest thing a Father can do for his children is to love their Mother."

Harold B. Lee

pbass
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32 Posts

Posted - November 30 2008 :  1:34:24 PM  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Yeah. The idea of becoming a political activist is nauseating, but it finally got to me this month that the consequences of being politically inactive are too expensive.

I live in suburbia in a rented town house. Pretty much no room for food storage. Then there's the problem of defending a food stash (no doubt word would get out somehow). And rotating it.

All I've found do-able so far is keeping 4 handguns and 340 oz of silver. Getting a smallish insurance settlement soon. Guess I'll put it in T-bills using Treasury Direct.

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Sleepless
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1 Posts

Posted - October 21 2009 :  12:26:13 AM  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Actually Evan if you want to make it easy for yourself you can just go to http://www.providentliving.org/ instead of first going to the LDS.org website and then try to find the link for the website.

Hope this helps.

John Lang

Emergency Preparedness Specialist

Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints

Montreal, Quebec, Canada
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Adj1
Senior Member

USA
502 Posts

Posted - October 27 2009 :  12:49:19 PM  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Just a few random thoughts regarding emergency preparedness.
Words of Counsel from the Kimball boys: Spencer W. and J. Golden: Do It, Darnit! (Or words to that effect.Rule #1, you know.)

I was suck and sealing some of the staff of life...steak and chicken for the freezer, 'cause me wife is out of town today, and I got to thinking...a dangerous habit of mine, according to She Who Must Be Obeyed!

Freezers: It is good to have one, but timing is everything.
Stock it in the autumn/fall, watching the sales,and hoping for a successful deer/elk/antelope/pig hunt. Then, for those in colder climates, when the power fails, and if the freezer is in an unheateed portion of your house like ours is, the door can be left open at night, and below-freezing temperatures will perserve the stored goodies.

KNOW what and how much you have in there, and eat it!

In the late spring and through the dog days of summer, the contents will be approaching their lowest, with the potential for less spoilage. And you can have the neighbors in for a whale of a barbecue, if the worst happens! Do I even need to say, "Use the oldest stuff first"?

Food storage has saved us a couple of times.

Now, I am going downstairs to the man cave, and work on the knives I am putting together for my sons-in-law for Christmas. 2 down, 1 to go! And then...

Democracy is two coyotes and a sheep debating the dinner menu. Liberty is a well armed sheep, willing to contest the outcome of the vote.

Edited by - Adj1 on October 27 2009 12:50:31 PM
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Taylor
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Posted - October 13 2010 :  03:43:41 AM  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Friend of mine went with me today for our first trip to a Provident Living Center cannery located near Nashville , Tenn. in Hendersonville. Nice people and very helpful with information. We hauled back 600 lbs of food for our homes.

Pat Taylor
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