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Saturday, August 4, 2012

Homemade Apple Jack, 20 Legitimate At-Home Work Resources


Bruce’s Poor Man Survival Bulletin
A Digest of Urban Survival Resources
For Independent Minded People!
ISSN 2161-5543
In This Issue:
1.       Homemade Apple Jack
2.      20 Legitimate At-Home Work Resources
3.      Militarization of local police forces
4.      Get Free Conference Calls

“Laws disarming honest citizens proclaim that the government is the master, not the servant, of the people."
-- Jeffrey R. Snyder
American attorney, author
Source: A Nation of Cowards

You don’t have to own a business to work from home. Although there are plenty legitimate home-based businesses you can start, existing companies will pay you to help them from the comfort of your own home. So get your home office set up, here are 20 real companies that will pay you to work.

Real Companies that Will Pay You to Work from Home
Love to write? Are you an expert in your field? You can share your tips with About.com readers and make money per article you produce. There are a wide variety of topics that you can write about (pun not intended).
Did you know that Amazon.com is hiring? They advertise work-from-home jobs in their virtual customer service center. Technical support your thing? They have openings for that too! Expect pay to be around $10/hour. Amazon.com is well-known for their Kindle eBook reader and low prices on everyday merchandise.
If you have at least two years of experience as a medical transcriptionist, this job is for you. You’ll receive competitive pay rates, premium weekend and holiday pay, and best of all: you’ll be able to work from home!
If you have a graduate degree, consider joining Brainmass.com. Brainmass uses online teaching assistants to help students solve all kinds of problems. How do you get paid? Students purchase credits to have questions answered, and as a teaching assistant, you’ll be paid a portion of the credit.  Find the rest or the resources at:

It’s possible to start a business for less than $100 and the ones most likely to be successful are those who sell information products.  What information, skill or specialized knowledge do you have which can be turned into a profitable venture?

Swap fabric softener for vinegar.  Fabric softener will yellow clothes over time.  Use ¼ to ½ cup of white vinegar during the final rinse cycle.


PM’s Compendium of Useful Resources

Home Made Apple Jack

Applejack is a drink once popular in the colonial times. It is mentioned throughout
historical literature in connection with American heroes such as George Washington and Benjamin Franklin. The drink is a strong
alcoholic beverage derived from fermented apple juice or cider. The water is driven out of the cider leaving a highly alcoholic beverage behind.

The good thing about Applejack is that you can make it with normal household
equipment. No stills, open flames, or specialized brewing equipment is necessary

Things You'll Need
A fermentation vessel (i.e. a plastic bucket w/lid , glass carboy, plastic water bottles or whatever)
A mesh kitchen colander
A FERMENTATION LOCK (A device that allows air to escape when fermenting, but does not allow bacteria to enter. Can be purchased at a homebrew supply shop for about $1.)
A funnel
A couple empty milk jugs or similar containers
A freezer
1 gallon water
1 gallon apple juice
4 pounds of brown sugar
1-2 packs of wine or champagne yeast

Boil 1 gallon of water. Turn off heat and dissolve the brown sugar in the water. Allow the sugar and water mixture to cool to about 80 degrees
2
Combine apple juice and sugar water mixture in a clean fermentation vessel of your choice. Add yeast and attach fermentation lock.

3
Wait for a few weeks or until fermentation is complete. If using a fermentation lock, watch for the bubbling to slow down to 1 bubble per minute or so.
4
Put the fermented cider into a container or containers of your choice.
Place the cider in the freezer and leave it alone for a few days.
5
Once the cider turns to slush, using the mesh colander, start draining the apple beverage from the ice. The white slush should be removed.
6
Using the funnel/ colander combination carefully collect the runnings into a milk jug or similar vessel.
7
Repeat steps 4, 5, and 6 until it no longer freezes.

Some cider or apple juice contains chemical preservatives. Read the label and do not use this type of juice.
Read more:
How to make Applejack | eHow.com http://www.ehow.com/how_4701397_make-applejack.html#ixzz1q9LAwt91

Lease Solar Power
Despite government energy credits, solar is still rather expensive.  Lease terms vary widely so it pays to investigate before committing and bear in mind, you don’t want to shell out $25,000 and up to buy or install equipment.  Most leases last at least 15 years and have substantial penalties for early termination.  Make sure the firm pays for the maintenance and repair expenses.  Here are a few companies worth looking at:
Solar City - www.SolarCity.com
888-765-2489

800-786-7693

855-478-6786

Sun Gevity - www.SunGevity.com
866-786-4255

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First Aid guide online at: MayoClinic.com - Click on Health Information, then First Aid.

The Nanny State Updates…

The Feds Are Road Testing a National Internal Passport System

The Transportation Security Administration's (TSA) now has a covert and systematic expansion into covering "all forms of ground transportation... complete with traveler checkpoints and individualized tracking of cars, trains, telephones, and computers."
This means the imposition of airport-style "security" screenings upon travelers opting for various forms of ground transportation. What future generations of Americans will be conditioned to expect as "normal" should be seen by more of us for the historic milestone that it really is: The birth of a Soviet-style internal passport system where individuals could someday be blocked from travelling if they don't have official permission.

Forbes reported in March 2011 that documents obtained through Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) requests show the Department of Homeland Security, under whose jurisdiction the TSA falls, has been testing pilot programs to "deploy mobile scanning units that can be set up at public events and in train stations along with mobile x-ray vans capable of scanning pedestrians on city streets."

The Parting Thought-Bad boys, bad boys, whatcha ya  gonna do when they come for you?
The militarization of US police forces is ongoing and escalating. Many cities and towns now own tanks, armed personnel carriers, even attack helicopters, and almost all are outfitted with military weapons not available to the general public.

And, they are not just arming cops and weekend warriors for domestic purposes. Active duty Marines are now being trained for law enforcement operations all over the world (of which the US remains a part) specifically to deal with civil uprisings, and the US government knows that civil uprisings are coming to a town near you just as soon as the fantasy of a healing economy is shattered, the US dollar fails, and unemployment goes to 30%+ in real numbers.

So what will you do when they come for you after declaring all citizens must give up their weapons for ‘the public good.” There’s no way you can fight against this with a hunting rifle.

According to Public Intelligence:
"...for the last two years, the President's Budget Submissions for the Department of Defense have included purchases of a significant amount of combat equipment, including armored vehicles, helicopters and even artillery, under an obscure section of the FY2008 National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA) for the purposes of "homeland defense missions, domestic emergency responses, and providing military support to civil authorities." Items purchased under the section include combat vehicles, tanks, helicopters, artillery, mortar systems, missiles, small arms and communications equipment. Justifications for the budget items indicate that many of the purchases are part of routine resupply and maintenance, yet in each case the procurement is cited as being "necessary for use by the active and reserve components of the Armed Forces for homeland defense missions, domestic emergency responses, and providing military support to civil authorities" under section 1815 of the FY 2008 NDAA." (Emphasis supplied.)

“Until the next revolution”, the Poor Man
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3 comments:

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Anonymous said...

in re to nanny state post. in the town JUST ACROSS the river{bridge is what seps the towns) they are building something with chain link fence all around the parking lot of the local cop shop. popul. 10,000 there 9,000 here. really got me wondering whats goin on. scary thought.....

escapeartist said...

the Poor Man is like the modern day Paul Revere, but too many dumb citizens don't listen.. Too busy watching some so-called reality show while they ignore the reality of what's going on around them.