Fire in the Sky! Lessons Learned From a Real Life Wildfire Event
Ryan Buford “The Next Generation” Audio player below!
Wildfire season is fast approaching. Like any small flame, there is a possibility of the uncontrollable force that follows.
Tune into this show as we explore the responsibilities you have as a parent and a prepper to convey the importance of camp fire safety, firework safety, and respect for the natural forests we rely on to bug out, escape, or just get away. There’s not much of a cabin in the woods if the woods are reduced to ash and soot. And food? Good luck bagging that deer, elk, or even a rabbit for that matter. Read more “Fire in the Sky Lessons Learned From a Wildfire.”
Harvey and Lessons Learned
Micheal Kline “Reality Check” Audio player below!
In this show we are preaching to the choir and beating a dead horse. However, only through repetition do we build muscle memory. We will be reviewing some of the lessons learned from the devastation caused by Hurricane Harvey. One of the biggest issues people had was the lack of time. People were caught completely off guard and did not have the time to gather clothes, medicine, or valuables. A lot of people were in a state panic Read more “Harvey and Lessons Learned”
Five Survival Lessons We’ve Learned From Natural Calamities
Since the dawn of man, there have been countless natural disasters responsible for taking innocent lives and causing quite a bit of both material and emotional damage. Fortunately, since technology is so advanced nowadays, we are much better equipped to deal with this kind of scenario than we were a few centuries ago. Read more “Five Survival Lessons We’ve Learned From Natural Calamities!”
‘Those who cannot remember the past are condemned to repeat it.’ – George Santayana
This week on Surviving Dystopia stop into the chat and share your thoughts as we touch on a few factors in the past and examine how they relate to our future. Have you ever Read more “Historically Speaking!”
This week we take a journey into the past, an exploration of how things were done in “The Old Days.” For some of us when we consider things the way they were, sometimes it is with nostalgia or with a whimsical smile it brings warm fuzzy thoughts. For others of us it may make us cringe at the thought of chopping wood or hanging the laundry outside on a cold winter’s day. No matter the feelings we get when thoughts of these days are running through our mind. There is much to be said for “the way we used to do it.” Read more “Lessons of generations past!”
Welcome to our initial outing on “The Road Less Traveled.” On this first excursion airing Saturday 1/25/2014 9:00pm/Est. 8:00pm/Ct. 6:00pm/Pt. we’ll introduce ourselves and discuss our expected encounters along “The Road” as we progress from week to week.
We’ll discuss our origins, lessons-learned, and our view of the future. We’ll discuss the impact of post-modern information flow and how many overlook the significance thereof. We’ll discuss what we believe is most important in Prepping or any aspect of life. We’ll discuss what we believe is at the core of successful living and what is most important about developing self-reliance. We’ll share some of the personal discoveries we’ve made over many years of study and experience and how they relate to understanding the world in which we live. Read more ““The Road Less Traveled” Initial Outing”
In my mid 20′s I bought myself a 1965 convertible Impala and I fixed it up and started hitting all the local car shows. I had a pair of 13×7 Dayton’s, so if you don’t know, it’s a low rider. But that didn’t stop me from going to low rider shows, and hot rod show’s so people could appreciate the hard work that I put into it. In Clovis California one of the car shows is called the Strawberry Festival, show and shine and this is what happened. There were lots of nice cars throughout the show. A father and son were coming in the direction where me and my car were at, the little boy got really happy and said “ooh dad look, it’s a low rider”, as he ran towards the car. His dad answered back “no we are not going to look at that car, let’s go over here”. So the question I ask, what lesson did that father teach his son on that day? There’s a lesson here and if you would like to know my opinions tune in this Friday to Charlie in the Box “Lessons Learned”.
Other lesson’s to be discussed, being the better man., forgiveness. Saying you’re sorry, admitting your wrong, love, courage, faith…etc..
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“The Gun Show” with David Womach starts Monday 7:00pm/Et 6:00pm/Ct 4:00pm/Pt
Tonight: 2/25/2013 on The Gun Show! “The Gun Cherry”
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How to go home with your very first gun, without getting shot down. (Rated G)
Ever walked into a gun shop and been completely confused on what gun to get, only to have the man behind the counter treat you like an idiot? We’ve all been there. Whether you already have a gun, or are looking to add to the ever growing collection, join us on “The Gun Show” this Monday to learn what gun is best for you, and why. Join us for live listen and interactive chat on day and time listed above Go Here http://prepperbroadcasting.com/listen-chat/
About: The Gun Show!
Ever had to use a gun for self defense? I have… From learning which gun to buy your wife, or how to carry concealed, to moving and shooting or training to become a soldier. The Gun Show is about my constant journey in pursuit of excellence, and the lessons along the way. I’ve learned the hard way… then I trained with hardened military combat vets – And you get the benefit of learning from my mistakes as well as life lessons along the way. Learn more about our host go here!
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On this episode of “Preparing For Life’s Storms” “Preparing to Homestead” What should you be considering when you preparing to homestead, without going into dept. Come join BexarPrepper’s journey and lessons learned preparing to homestead, while living in the city. Share lessons you’ve learned during on your path to self sufficiency.
This Friday on “In Time of Disaster” we will discuss humanity, or the lack thereof in the aftermath of a major disaster and how it will not only affect your family but all of humanity as society begins to fall into the depths of despair and manufactured hate as a lack of everything brings out the worst in people.
As gangs form and become organized, the rest of society begins to come together in an attempt to protect what little they have and as a means to protect each other from what could become something worse than the disaster which triggered man’s inhumanity to man in the first place.
In an attempt to see what possibilities the future could hold for all of us, we will look into the past to see what lessons history can teach us about the way we have treated each other when we have nothing left other than our humanity. Listen to this show in player below.
We all learn lessons in life and the prepper’s life is no different. As we are skipping down “The Crooked Path to Preparedness” we find that sometimes we trip and fall off the path. That is what we call learning as you go and living as you learn. The key is to not get discouraged by our mistakes or trips and to pick ourselves up by our overall straps and keep going. Listen to this inspirational show in player below!