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Monday, January 5, 2015

Private Networks for Your Community, DIY Solar Powered Cabin for $2K

Poor Man Survival

Self Reliance tools for independent minded people…


ISSN 2161-5543

A Digest of Urban Survival Resources

"Nothing so needs reforming as other people's habits."
-- Mark Twain

21 Things You Should Throw Away Right Now

You’ll be amazed at the number of things you’ve never thought about throwing out which now just sit about catching dust and cluttering up your home.

Everyone has a few items on this list they should throw out immediately! It costs nothing and will make a big impact on everything from space to cleanliness.

For the full post head over to here…

How To Build A Solar Powered Off Grid Cabin for $2k

Going off the grid can seem like a daunting task but the initial cost can seem even more intimidating!

With this amazing post you’ll find out how you can easily and affordably go off the grid with your own land, solar powered cabin and everything you need in place for your comfort! This guide is a must see for everyone!

The full video and post can be seen over at here…


Nextdoor is a free private social network for your community.

The Nextdoor website cut the digital red ribbon in 2012.

And, upon opening they almost instantaneously assembled a lockstep of users from 3,500 neighborhoods across 48 U.S. states.

Fast-forward two years, a representative recently told PBS NewsHour that Nextdoor has been adopted in over 40,500 communities in the U.S.

That's more than one in four communities in the U.S. An incredible figure if you think about it.

It's clearly an idea whose time has come.

Without Nextdoor, these neighbors probably wouldn't know one another. They'd just be strangers on the streets…a private social network for your neighborhood.  Learn more here:


1,400,000Thanks in large part to unchecked illegal immigration, there are now 1.4 million members of criminal gangs living in our cities.


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