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Thursday, April 9, 2015

Survival Fishing Guide, DIY Solar Pump, Free DIY Resources


Poor Man Survival

Self Reliance tools for independent minded people…


ISSN 2161-5543

A Digest of Urban Survival Resources

"Anyone who tells you 'It Can't Happen Here'
is whistling past the graveyard of history.
There is no 'house rule' that bars tyranny coming to America.
History is replete with republics whose people grew complacent
and descended into imperial butchery and chaos."

-- Mike Vanderboegh

Survival: 10 Ways to Catch Fish in an Emergency

Catching fish can be a fast way to an easy meal. Fish live and thrive in many large bodies of water, including alpine lakes, ponds, and rivers. Knowing how to catch fish in an emergency can save lives. Some survival fishing methods are illegal, however in an emergency when your life is on the line, survival comes first.



The Solar Water Pump System can be used for residential water requirements and also for commercial uses. This system can also be used for irrigation of Agricultural Land. The Solar Panel Array can also be used without the water pump and can power your house or apartment.


Edie Shares Her Best Shave Ever

This time of year, my legs are really dry, so shaving is always hard. I read that a 50/50 mix of glycerin and water in a spray bottle was good for dry skin. For extra moisturizing, I add a few drops of jojoba oil to the bottle. I ran out of shave cream and decided to give my mixture a try. It worked great! Shaving was painless, and my skin felt smooth as silk after. I'll never buy shave cream again!


Slideshow: An Unaffordable Emergency Room Bill
Imagine you are in a life or death situation. You visit the nearest ER where numerous tests are done. You have to stay for 24 hours. You go home, feeling better, until you receive an $18,000 bill that is almost more than your total yearly income. You don't have health insurance and you can't afford that emergency room bill. What do you do?

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