Reality Check

Reality Check with: “Micheal Kline”
Listen & Chat HERE on Fridays 9:00pm/Est 6:00pm/Pacific
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This week: “Reality Check”  8/24/18

You Need More Discipline Part 3!

You Need More Discipline. Part 3

In this week’s show, we are continuing our series on Sight, Smell, and Sound OPSEC discipline. Last week’s show was about minimizing or reducing the light that you give off as well as your appearance to others. If you missed that show, we covered no smoking or campfires, using a Dakota Hole or rocket stove, and how to conceal flashlights by using lenses or cat-eyeing them. Then, we touched on reflective surfaces and how to conceal the lights inside your house. Finally, we talked about your appearance and how you need to look thin and gaunt as well as making your home look unappealing.

This week, we are continuing with the appearance aspect for your home. We have already covered trash and junk being strewn around the house, but what about making the structure itself look unappealing? We will cover the use of gang signs and tagging and how you can spray paint different gang signs on your house to discourage people from checking out your home. We talk about the gang signs you will want to mimic or avoid depending on your situation. We will also cover ideas of using trash and junk furniture like a cheap chest of drawers or nightstand, yard sale clothes, luggage, and costume jewelry. When you have to bug out or even if you are bugging in you can toss these out into the yard. Anyone passing by will see dressers, drawers, and clothing strewn in the yard and think the house has already been looted. Seeing actual furniture in the yard sends a more powerful message than just common bags of garbage. Next, we will cover using Search and Rescue signs as well as making your home look burned out.

Finally, we will be covering an article titled “Make Your Survival Shelter Invisible with These 10 Tips.”

Curious to learn more and actually hear my take on the 10 tips? Join us this Friday for the live show.

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        About: Reality Check

Reality Check with Micheal Kline is a meat and potatoes kind of show. Each week we will tackle tough subjects that people will likely deal with during a major event. This show is not about making sure you have a food or water source or that you bought that cute little radio. We will be talking about advanced subjects and topics that are not always covered in other mainstream preparedness shows. Some show content might not be for everyone, but these will be topics and subjects that everyone is going to experience at some point in life.

Host Bio:

Allow me to introduce myself. My name is Micheal Kline and I began my prepping journey with Y2K. I have a background in commercial two-way radio communications, antennas, RF, and the like; telecommunications and the telephone infrastructure, cyber-security and the dark art of hacking; computer and network system administration, and general prepping experience. I have worked with Emergency Management, the American Red Cross, and various local and state government agencies. I have experience with Disaster Response, Damage Assessment, Communications Security (COMSEC), and Operations Security (OPSEC). I am not a subject matter expert and do not claim to have all the answers, but I did stay at an Express hotel last night.

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Archived shows for Reality Check:
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8/10/2018 More Discipline Part 2 – Sight and Appearance

8/3/2018 Celebrating Our One Year Anniversary!

7/20/18 Robert Bratyanski on Survival and M.A.R.S. Tactical

7/14/18 Sepsis – Fast Lane to Death

7/6/18 Dealing with Drought

6/29/18 Craig LeHoullier, North Carolina Tomatoman

6/15/2018 Off Grid Air-Conditioning

6/8/18 Getting Caught Off-Grid

5/18/18 Harvesting Rainwater

5/1218 Learn Your Country’s History

4/27/2018 Tracking For Survivlal

4/20/18 Tactical TV Remotes for SHTF

4/13/18 Apocalypse News Network

4/6/18 Survival Groups: Who’s In Who’s Out

3/30/18 Properly storing fuel for the Apocalypse

3/23/18 Places to Avoid in SHTF

3/16/18 Winning the Prepper Lottery

3/9/18 Alternate Sources of Power in Grid Down

3/2/18 Lack of Family Contact after SHTF

2/23/18 Workplace Preparedness and Uncommon EDC Items

2/9/18 G.O.O.D. Game Bugging Out!

2/2/18 Dealing with Survivor Guilt in a Disaster

1/26/2017 Comparing Water Filters for SHTF

1/19/18 Using SDR for SHTF Information Gathering

1/5/2018 A Case for Williamsburg “Bugging Out”

12/21/17 Grid Down Figgy Pudding

12/15/2017 Amateur Night at the Dipole. Part 2. Safety Dance

12/1/17 Amateur Night at the Dipole

11/25/17 Don’t Thread on Me, Fabrics for Survival

11/17/17 The Dying: Knowing when to let go! 

11/10/17 SHTF Pest Control

11/3/17 Death and Dying

10/27/17 Defending Your Home. Part 2

10/20/17 Defending Your Home

10/13/17 To bug, or not to bug: that is the question part 2

10/6/17 To bug, or not to bug: that is the question

9/29/17 Dealing with the elderly and the disabled

9/22/17 What’s up with Prepper Camp

9/8/17 Harvey and Lessons Learned

9/1/17 “Eating Bugs and Offal”

8/25/17 Dark Humor and Coping Mechanisms

8/18/17 Solar on a Budget

8/11/17 Communication Security practicing through obscurity!

8/4/17 OPSEC and how your crumbs can add up to Cake

Disclaimer… The content contained in these shows has been compiled from publicly available sources. If something that I cover is verboten, blame the search engines, not me. By listening to my show you agree that I am not responsible for anything you say or do as a result from any ideas that you glean from this show. I am not a professional at any of this and do not claim to be. Topics discussed are hypothetical and should be only used as fodder to generate ideas. Everyone is strongly encouraged to do their own research on topics and ideas discussed and come to your on conclusion, your mileage may vary, void where prohibited, rebates cannot be combined, and consult your doctor if symptoms persist. That being said lets ride.