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  • Survival Uses: Butter Tubs

    Butter is a staple in almost every cooking dish, whether it be greasing up a pan, side ingredient, or the main component, America loves butter. Butter is a very simple food; it consists of milk protein (butterfat), salt, and water. In the 1800s butter was used for all sorts of things such as fueling lamps […]

  • Survival Use: Empty Aluminum Soda Pop Cans

    I love soda pop! Since 2013 soft drinks have been America’s number one beverage. 6 in 10 children, and 5 in 10 adults consume soft drinks daily. The soft drink industry makes $75 billion a year. Part of this is the 582 cans that drink each year by each consumer. This accounts for 200 billion […]

  • Survival Uses: Toilet Paper Rolls

    It’s the end of the world people. Cities are being plunged into chaos. The National Guard is being called in to help. We the people are left to figure things out on our own. Today, we begin our two-week segment on how to use everyday items for survival purposes. To begin we will start with […]

  • Funny Shows To Watch While In Quarantine

    With the whole country planning to go into lockdown, people are trying to decide what to do for the fourteen days indoors. What a better way to keep back and enjoy some TV time. But, what to watch? With so many choices on so many platforms, it’s hard to pick where to begin. These are […]

  • My Favorite Pandemic Documentary

    The following video is a link to my favorite doc-drama on pandemics. It was made by the History Channel around 2010. It follows the life of a family in Los Angeles struggling to survive during an (at the time) hypothical influenza pandemic. While we watch the family go through the ups and downs of survival, […]

  • Assembling A Sick Day Tote Bag

    Eventually, you will get sick. Whether it be the Coronavirus, Influenza, or a Common Cold, you will get sick at least once this year. I have learned over the years that not only being sick sucks but having to go outside and get supplies makes it worse. You have to deal with traffic with a […]

  • Stuck In Quarantine

    Quarantine is a very scary word. When I say quarantine you probably drum up images of men in white HAZMAT suits with tinted masks hulling you off into a locked, sterilized hospital room. Or you think of scenes from the movie Quarantine. I have been in quarantine and it is far less scary than how Hollywood […]

  • OH NO! It’s sold out!

    Over the last couple of days, mass hysteria has erupted across the notion. It’s not a matter of if it reaches you, it a matter of when. The general public is freaking out and for good reason. We depend on China for a lot of things like rubber, plastic, and latex. Most of our medical […]

  • Survival Foot Care

    Eventually, there will be no more gas to keep the cars rolling, your bike chain will rust, and you won’t be trained enough to ride a horse. At one point during the disaster, you will have to walk. The average American walks 4,000 steps a day, which is roughly 1.5 miles. That puts a lot […]

  • Why The Toilet Paper?

    As of 2020, the Coronavirus has been officially declared a pandemic. Rioting has begun in many major cities, as supplies dwindle in these areas. People haven’t seen a pandemic at this scale since The Swine Flu Pandemic in 2009. This is led to a multitude of questions as panic and uncertainty sweep the country.   […]