Broadcasting network. We have to hit the reset button to create a true culture of preparedness, starting at a very young age and still train all the way up.
CBN family. What is up James Walton here we are experiencing preppers live at the moment. If you didn’t get the daily audio cash, the big heads up here is that we are effectively changing the name, which has been, you know, any kind of silliness that we wanted to call it on, on the sparse, Mondays that we show up and do our little COVID reports to a Prepper’s life. And I can’t tell you when they’ll be on or when they won’t be on.
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If we’ve got something pertinent to talk about, then we’ll be live and we’ll be live with a bunch of us. We’ll be live with a bunch of preppers. So not thinking too far out of the box with the name, but welcome in. We haven’t had your aunt. I don’t know how long what’s it been? Three, four weeks, probably three weeks. We’re knocking these things out every week. The numbers started climbing again, and I guess it made sense that we get back on live show. Chat room is open. I’m not over there yet, but I will get over there. And just a second again, we are an element.
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Now go to element.io to sign up element.io, join. It’s a little bit of a, of a, of a speed bump, but when you get back in, it’s going to look real familiar. If you were part of the EOC before you’ll get in there and you’ll see all your favorite, you know, your, all your favorite rooms that you can get into. We’re also doing our members only content through the element app. We’re doing our continuity room through the element app for those members of the continuity.
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You have to know next Monday, the 24th is meeting number two. And if you’re not in element.io, you’re not going to be able to be at the meeting. Okay. Cause we’re going to do it from that continuity room. It’s just better in a lot of ways, you know, aside from our first go round in zoom, which was kind of, you know, a shambles in many ways. So we’ll talk about the continuity updates and things like that on the, I am Liberty show this week.
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All I can tell you is pick out some of your favorite cookies if you have not been to a continuity meeting yet. Okay. For the, a very important induction ceremony. All right. So, well, I guess we should give you the breakdown for those of you who didn’t hear the daily audio cash, kind of what we’re looking to cover, what we’re looking to do tonight. This is the first episode of preppers live, Jay Ferguson, the live chat room, a rare occurrence lately. Great. We’ve probably got a bunch of people in there. Listen, if you haven’t signed up yet element.io, I’m telling you it’s worth it.
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It’s worth the hassle tonight. We’re talking first half versus second, half 2020. So we’re, we’re taking a look at first half 2020. What worked? Maybe what? Didn’t work. Okay. We’re looking at second half 2020. What worked, what, what we think is going to work. And most importantly, for the listeners out there, some key things that you should be after over the next two months. Cause I think as a whole, as a broadcasting network, I think we’re all pretty in accordance that it’s going to get rough.
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It’s going to get rough here in a few. So I know many of you are ready. Those of you that I know have been preparing for a long time, longer than me even. So you know, it is what it is, but there’s always new gems that can be pulled out of conversations like these tonight. We’ve got Samuel coper with us of the forward observer. A great, awesome doesn’t really get much better than that. From the Intel side of things. In my opinion, we got Dave Jones, the NBC guy who has been a, you know, a consistent guest slash host slash guest host here on whatever this is preppers live now.
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And we got Michael Klein with us from reality check. So big one, we were supposed to have Stephen man King. I don’t know if he’s gonna make it. And Ryan Buford had a bit of an emergency. Oh, Jordan is in the mix tonight. Okay. All right. That is even better. So we’ve got Jordan with us too sweet. Oh yeah. It’s going to be, it’s going to be a doozy tonight. All right. Well what I wanna do guys, since we got so many heavy hitters with us, I wanted to get a voice on that we haven’t had on the network in quite a while.
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For those of you don’t know, well, I’ll let him do his thing. I’m not going to sell him because he, he knows all his stuff better than I know. And I’ll just fumble and mess it up. We’re going to have Samuel coper on first to give us his kind of 2 cents on the topics. And also to tell you about man, if you’re interested in intelligence, if you’re interested in areas, study local intelligence networks, I’ll tell you what I learned from, from Samuel that has helped me sleep a lot at night. Last year at a prepper camp, I took his class on battle tracking and I’ve been doing that actively at these crazy Richmond protests and man it’s, it’s helped.
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So Samuel Copa, you still with us. I am I’m right. If you
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Can hear me, I can hear you. You sound great. So yeah, you could hit us quite honestly, with whatever it is, is on your heart and mind at the moment, we really are just kind of sticking to that concept of, you know, what’s worked in 2020 for you, if anything stands out. And what do you think is going to be the big help in the ladder run of this crazy ass year? And it has been crazy. Yeah. I’m I’m with everyone else.
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I think it’s going to get a lot crazier. You know, one thing that I’m I’m concerned. Okay. Let me, we’ll just start from the beginning. Yeah. Everyone’s concerned about what’s gonna happen in November. I definitely agree. I’ve been thinking a lot lately about what the second and third order effects are going to be. You know, for instance, what’s going to happen to the dollar. If we don’t know who the president is going to be for, you know, a month or maybe if this gets litigated up to the Supreme court.
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And I mean, if that happens, you know, if, if the Supreme court says Trump wins reelection, where everyone’s going to go, well, Trump’s stacked the courts. And you know, with this whole Merrick Garland thing that happened back in 20, 2017. And then if, you know, if they say, well, a Biden wins and everyone’s going to say, well, you know, John Roberts is closet liberal, initial never been appointed because he keeps ruling against Trump and it’s a partisan thing. And he doesn’t like Trump. And so they ruled against Trump.
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So obviously, you know, a third of the country, it’s probably going to be irate either way. And so what does that do to the dollar? What does that do to the economy? I think the left is planning on, they’re already planning on doing a mass mobilization protest, kind of like a Tahrir square or a Euro may Dawn, like we saw in Kiev Ukraine some time ago. And I think there’s going to be some pretty widespread economic disruption going on, especially if Trump wins.
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And so when we start to look at third or second and third order effects, it’s like, well, is there going to be another run on the grill at the grocery store? They’re going to be running the bank. I’m not predicting that, but we could get there. That’s what’s been on my mind. Good possibilities. Definitely. What do you thinking on, you know, one of the things that I think would help fuel all of that is if we’re, or at least some semblance of the country is in a lockdown version two point, Oh, do you think something like that’s going to kick off?
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Whether it gets colder, slew starts to kick in, everybody’s got a damn fever. Nobody knows what the fever is, you know, that type of thing. I know California’s still doing their thing, but it’s California. Does that spread East you think? Or do, or do you think we have skated and we’ll just do
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Our restrictions and masks thing and be okay through the fall?
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Yeah, I that’s, that’s another complicating factor for sh for sure. I don’t know. You know, a lot of people have been talking about a second wave in the fall. They’re now talking about the twin. Dimmick where you have a pandemic of COVID along with this pan flute, influenza, common influenza pandemic. I certainly do expect influenza to occur just like it does every year. So that could tax the hospital systems, you know, that could, it certainly could lead to further lockdowns, you know, Joe Biden and Kamala Harris had been talking about if, when their president or w I say, I didn’t mean to say there, but really it is when they are president.
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Cause I don’t think Biden’s gonna make it. The full term May’s will be voting for Kamala Harris if you’re voting for Biden. But you know, they’ve been talking about a national mask mandate and as we’ve seen in a lot of places, a lot of Americans are just not going to stand for that. And so now, now we get into the realm of more disruption and maybe political violence. So I look, I don’t know what COVID is going to do. And I, I think I just, I don’t even try to weigh into that stuff anymore other than to say second and third order effects, not looking real good.
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I like that take second. And third order effects, anything Sam that, and you’re welcome to say area study. I won’t hold it against you, but anything that you were sitting on as this thing broke out, you probably were on it. Like we were on it around January, February ish and, and maybe even making some purchases more related to pandemic preparedness, but anything come March, April when it was really hit and that you were like, it’s a good thing. I got this. Or it’s a good thing I had this already or something like that.
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Was there any prep that you really leaned on and were saying, this is, this is the one for this in particular,
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You know, probably just local community organizing, having contacts, you know, went out and I moved to a new place in a new town entirely in February, a way out of Austin and really great Tommy considering what the Austin city council just did. So, you know, the first thing I did, I got out and I beat feet and I started meeting my neighbors and getting to know folks and, you know, got plugged in to kind of the local scene here through a number of, I through a number of friends who had already lived in this area.
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And then some more friends that I made. So honestly I was kind of panicked buying like everybody else, not because I needed the stuff, but just like putting in orders for mountain house foods and all that stuff, just in case, you know, back then, we didn’t know where this thing was going to go. And it been massively. I just absolutely massively hyped up and so erring on the side of caution. So I guess the number one prep that I had is, is community. I mean, I, I spent, and I still am spending a lot of time building tribe here locally because no matter what happens, we have people, we have armed people and we have prepared people.
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And so no matter what happens, we have a team that’s, that’s up to tackle literally any issue. That’s my number one prep. Damn. Where did you move to if you don’t mind me asking if, and if you don’t mind sharing, because Austin, I know is the most liberal part of Texas you can be in. So where did you move to? Yeah, I am. I’m about one hour outside of Austin. And I’ll just say I’m, I’m still in roughly in commuting distance, but I’m outside the city limits.
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And what’s your zip code? I’m just kidding.
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You’re talking about, you’re talking about the, the prepping superpower, in my opinion, you know, unless you are, unless you’re the type of person who wants to live way out, you know, way out, far away from everybody. I think the prep or super power really is having a switched on community. And they don’t even have to be in my opinion, a community of armed people who are ready to go to bat, but I’m just having a switched on community that is, you know, clear-headed enough to say, I think shit getting crazy.
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We should probably do something we should probably up to auntie, you know? And that’s, that’s what I’ve been working on here in my community for a long time. And I’m glad to hear you got that going on in yours. That’s a big one. That’s a big one. So what, what do you think we got a bunch of preppers here in the audience. I don’t know that we have anything but preppers in our audience. I don’t think we have much of a one off audience that just shows up for the, you know, the personality of the host. So the government agency, well, that’s true. That’s true.
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I don’t know maybe, but what would you recommend? We’ve got a couple months left until probably less. I mean, my, I kinda think that the chaos will kick off probably in October-ish as far as what you’re talking about as a widespread sort of upheaval in the streets, pre pre-election. Cause I think something’s gonna go down pre-election that’s gonna really turn it on to say this thing is going to be corrupt and all that. And people be in Australia, yada, yada, yada. So in that short window, what’s something you recommend to the audience.
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Again, you can say area study. I have no problem with it.
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Yeah. You can’t go wrong by doing an area study. I too, I’m concerned about the October surprise. I mean, not every election, but almost every election. There is one and I’m certainly open to the possibility that this October surprise happens outside of the
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United States. I mean, you think about in Iran, North Korea, other countries that say, you know what the best, the, the greatest accelerators of the decline of the American empire would be is if they fight each other and now they’re no longer a problem in our backyard. Sure. And so, you know, I have noticed a cyber attack, a war or something, I don’t know.
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And it’s just conjecture, but you know, it was thinking about that the other day, you know, what could other countries do to say, you know, we sure are tired of these ships being in our backyard. You know what we’re trying to says, you know, we’re ready to, we’re going to move on Taiwan and take Hong Kong and expand in the South China sea. Yeah. I mean, you know, the United States has been at the forefront of so many cases of regime change. What if one of these other countries said, well, let’s, let’s work on a regime change of our own inside of the United States.
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And I don’t think it would take much cause I think we’re, I think both sides are pretty much at this point prepared for escalation. I agree. It’s a lot of pieces on the board at the moment, domestic and foreign, for sure. What Sam, I don’t know how long you plan on hanging out with us. We’ll probably do a little round table session here. And then in the latter part of the show, we’ll open it up to more of a open dialogue amongst everybody, but why don’t you go at let everybody know?
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Cause I think, you know, you have one of the best, really one of the best things to offer the audience right now. Because you know, though, I was kidding about the area of study right now is the well, to be quite honest, I think you’re running out of time to get your area study done. Cause it’s not cool. At least it wasn’t a quick process for me. I’m an idiot though. So it, it takes a, it takes some time and if you’re busy and you’re going to be busy with other things coming into the fall season, kids going back to school now probably is a time for you to start pedaling on that. And you’re going to be surprised at what you learn about your, your wonderful peaceful neighborhood and community around in most cases.
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So why don’t you tell everybody kind of your whole, your whole spiel, where you are, what you do, what they can get from you and that type of thing. Yeah. Thanks. Yeah. I appreciate the opportunity. Our website forward observed weekly blog posts about, yeah, you either still got me. You went out for us, right. As you said, my website is my website. I was say this forward observer.com. Perfect.
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And I see, you know, I do, I’m a huge advocate for doing an area of study and I would even go one step further if you haven’t already. I think now’s the time to start a neighborhood watch,
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Especially in urban areas. Crime is on the rise. The majority of Americans think that crime is rising all across the country. And there’s a lot of Americans are concerned about the future. You know, what a neighborhood watch it allows us to do. It allows us to develop sensors in our neighborhood. People who are concerned about local crime, local conditions. And the great thing is as we’re building this neighborhood, watch not only are we gaining access to more intelligence sources, but all of a sudden we’re building a team that we may be able to operationalize.
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If we need to like roof Koreans, for instance, in Los Angeles, you know, it’s like people say that this stuff not going to happen on our col-de-sac or it’s not going to happen on our street. And then you go out and you make sure that the looting and crimes and things don’t happen on your street. And I think if you start a neighborhood watch, there’s a lot of good things. I’ll leave it at that for now. But there are a lot of good things that could come from that. That’s that’s my number one thing I think everyone should work on in addition to an area of study.
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I agree with you. I agree with you 100%. And if you’re looking to do it cheap and easy guys, I know I’ve been saying this for years, but there is a lot to be gained through the next door app. There’s a lot to be gained through to signing up, getting on there. In fact, they’re already set up for posts about crime and safety in the neighborhood. It’s the, you get like a few different options when you create a post. One of them is crime and safety. And I can’t tell you how many videos, detailed descriptions license plates that we have got from just from the next door posts in our neighborhood.
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You know, this happened, they looked like this, did this, went this way, went through that neighborhood. The whole thing. I mean, it’s just, you get, you don’t even need everybody involved. You get the right people switched on. And the funny thing about neighborhood watches, it’s like moths to the flame. There’s people in your neighborhood who are just gravitate towards this kind of stuff. And they’re already good at it. I don’t know if it’s genetic or what the hell it is, but there’s people who pay attention. And when you offer it up and people sign up and it’s free to sign up and all that go to nextdoor.com I think is the website.
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Look it up. If you haven’t already, and I’m telling you, you can start communicating as a community through that app and you can start your own sort of digital community watch through that as well. And it’s easy and it’s already set up and ready to go for you. So, but that’s a big one. That’s a great, that’s a great prep moving forward because then you know, all of that stuff is built into and I’ll tell you what right now, if you’re, if you’re a member and you want a digital copy of community community, then just let me know, shoot me a and I’ll get you that digital copy because it’s that book.
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It’s all about setting up these community networks. One of them being the neighborhood watch. So yeah, definitely do it. I want to talk to Jordan. I want to talk to Jay Fergie. What is up? Did she leave?
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Not much. No, no, no. I had to get to the mute button.
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Oh, I got ya. Yeah. We are excited to have you tonight.
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Yeah. I got the email that everybody in the house I’m like, okay, I need to be there. And then time got away from me.
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I appreciate it. That’s awesome. We’ve been missing J Ferg for sure. So you, well, most of the hosts that PBN answered the call, but you really answered the call to this thing. I remember when it first started, you were, you were super switched on, you were on all the COVID casts. I think you came with tons of information because of what you do for a living. And I wanted to know because you, you made a lot of moves. A lot of prepper moves. I remember I won’t divulge them
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Actually. Yeah, no, I actually, some of the same tips I gave y’all on like the prescriptions. I was able to give to a fellow brand at another pharmacy. And I actually got thanked for it by her and her manager this month because of how hard it was just to get those antibiotics because she both bought so quickly. She did.
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I’m telling you, I’m telling you. So what did you think, Jordan, that per on a personal level now that, that you got either already had, or, or tethered into your preps speak for this whole pandemic situation that really helped you sleep at night? In the first half of 2020,
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The big thing was probably like my household items, my cleaning stuff, my bleach and vinegar and all the things that became really hard to even obtain. I was, I, you know, my food was my biggest one because then I wasn’t out there trying to scratch the shelves, but I’m still thankful for like, I still have the big jugs of bleach that you can no longer get. Cause if you look in the store, it’s small jugs. So for me, it’s nice to still have the means of stuff to be able to claim and deal with just your common cold on top of someone getting sick with the flu or, or anything.
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All right. That’s a good one. That’s a good one. Cause that stuff went out quick. Well, everything went out quick.
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Well it still hasn’t quite came back.
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How did you feel about this is something that I thought was a great buy and, and thank God nobody really used it that I know. But I remember we all talked about getting pulse-ox emitters. When you got yours, where you, like, you felt, feel a little better about having that thing on hand, just in case something went down with this breathing issue.
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Yes. And I’m also one of those people who probably is a little higher up on what all is in my kit. So, you know, it’s not uncommon. I have a pulse socks. I have pressure cups, you know? I mean, I, I deal with the fact that if someone gets sick in my house, that’s not just a small sickness. So no, I don’t regret that. I, yeah. I feel like a little more at ease having things in my house that may eventually, I mean, even still now you can’t get thermos the monitors.
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So I mean, I’m, I don’t regret it. If anything, I’m thankful that I have additional items in my emergency kit. Yeah. It may not be something that I use right now or right the second, but that’s like gauze, you don’t need it to, you need it. And then you’re going to be out of it.
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I’m thankful you brought it up. Cause it never crossed my mind. It was just never one of those things that, for some reason, it didn’t cross my mind until you and Dave got on the whole thing. And then I was like, Oh yeah, I guess, you know, then you can know what’s going on without, you know, having to take somebody to the hospital immediately. Definitely a good deal. So here you are. You’ve got your, your work crew in front of you or whatever group you would have approach. And you want to give some advice to them for the next two months, what should be done within the next two months to get people prepared?
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Obviously you don’t have to go down the litany of items, but what’s something that you would recommend to some people who are coming to you for advice about, you know, I think it might get, I think you might be right about this crazy stuff, Jordan, what should I do?
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You know, the biggest one I tell people is always to make sure you have food in the house. I see so many people still, still, even through COVID shopping week to week paycheck to paycheck, they’re not keeping food in the house. That, that one is a big one that I try to tell people to go ahead and get extra food in your house, get food that will last get through that. You know how to cook? You know, I, big one is healthcare items.
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I probably still have way too many, but I’d rather have too many and not need it than needed, not have it. So I have several boxes of toothpaste. If you have children, you know, usually the toothpaste ends up decorating the sink more than it decorates your kids. Pete,
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You have no, you have no idea artistry.
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Yeah. So I have extra bottles of shampoo and toothpaste. And for me it’s like during those hard times, it was nice not having to go out for your menial items, but still being able to keep and maintain your normal life. So, you know, first aid, food hygiene, those are probably my three biggest that I try to point people towards. I’m already planning to save and feed for next year. But that’s the more advances people go. If it’s just basic. I mean start with the basics.
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No, I liked that. I liked that. All right. I’m going to jump to Michael Klein. What is going with the reality check mastermind? How are you?
5 (26m 47s):
I’m pretty good. I’ve got through four or five glasses of my, a affirmative grain-based beverage. So this ought to be a lively conversation.
1 (26m 56s):
Grain-based beverage. I like it. Is that a yes,
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I can’t. I can either. Well, let’s see here from my previous days and a three letter agency, I can never see. I can neither confirm nor deny that accusation.
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Yeah, I like it. I like it. So yeah, man, it’s good to talk to you. I feel like I haven’t talked to you in person in a while. I’ve been listening, but I haven’t said
5 (27m 23s):
Yeah, I haven’t done a live show in a long time. So you know what? Let’s shut this shit down.
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You can have a talk, I’ll get a grain-based beverage myself. And I’m just kidding. So, you know, round one, you went through round one, you N E K and I wanted to know same thing that I was asking everybody else. Kind of, what were you guys sitting on it? You felt like, yeah, I’m glad I got this right about now with this crazy pandemic thing going on.
5 (27m 54s):
Yeah. So one of the things that we thought of right out the bat is the supply chain disruptions. So people get sick, truckers get sick for whatever reason. That’s the first thing that I thought of is that the truckers are going to get sick or the warehouse staff are going to get sick or they’re going to shut down the ports and the ships won’t be able to come in. And that did happen to some extent, but we started that. That was the mentality we were going off of. Is that okay? We won’t be able to get any of these supplies or if we do get them in, there’ll be, you know, grossly expensive.
5 (28m 26s):
We didn’t actually have to buy a lot. I’ve been, I did the whole Y two K thing. I’ve been doing this since like 95, 96. So not a whole lot that I had to change. Not a whole lot. I had to do more of, Hey, I’m, you know, we probably should go ahead and buy another 5,000 rounds of ammo. Yeah, let’s do that. Hey, you know what? A, Costco’s got 16 cases of toilet paper. Let’s go ahead and get it. Okay. Let’s do that. And we were doing that in January, February when it wasn’t weird. You know, when anybody looks at me and he goes, what do you need that much toilet paper for Moscow?
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Oh, it’s taco night. And though, okay. No problem. And they didn’t question it and you just, you know, you kind of roll it off. And it was really, really early before anybody really got anything or figured anything out. Well then of course, you know, by the end of February, it’s you couldn’t have done that. But I already had toilet paper on hand. I had food on hand. I had everything that I would’ve needed if I had, if the world had stopped on March 1st, I’d have been okay because I have everything. But for the first half of the co Corona year, we were just looking at what can we do different?
5 (29m 33s):
What let’s do? How do I want to word this? What can we do different? What should we do next time? Just doing lack of better term, doing a risk analysis. You know, what, what was our risk versus our benefit? What can we buy? How would it benefit us? You know, the cost of it. And then making sure that we had some of our staples done up. So did we have enough toilet paper? Did we have enough toilet not to pull the paper, paper towels? Did we have enough rice?
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Did we have enough beans to go with the rice? Do we have me? Do we have energy drinks? Do we have all the other kinds of things for the staples? You know, do we have candles? Do we have lamp pole? Are the batteries charged up? Just to make sure that at any moment, if things go South, we can handle it. Cause we didn’t know. We were thinking maybe the guy down at the electric plant gets sick. He gets COVID and he’s out for two weeks. And nobody turns the dial that keeps the power plant running. You know, that kind of thing.
5 (30m 34s):
I know I’m weird. No. So those are the kinds of things we were thinking of. And I really didn’t have to buy a lot or really didn’t have to do a lot of what we Mo more did is just go into what do we have, what we should, we use more of go through all of our inventories, figure out, okay, this stuff’s expired. We need to get some more of that. And then I just poured a lot of my resources into freeze drying. I have a freeze dryer and that’s kind of been my task. I’m actually working from home. I Bower on the 1st of March, my company said, go home, just work remotely.
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And I said, okay, fine. I’m not, don’t hurt my feelings sleeping late every day. Right. So I get to work remotely. And so I’ve poured my stuff into doing the freeze dryer. That’s kind of, my job is prep out the food, put it in the freeze dryer, keep track of it. As soon as it’s done, take it out, bag it, tag it, change the oil, you know, rinse and repeat. And that’s what we’ve been doing.
1 (31m 33s):
I liked the maintenance. I liked the maintenance aspect of your game plan and definitely the sort of a thoughtful padding of the stats, you know, like, like adding to the stockpiles, but doing it in a way where you’re sitting down and talking to it with someone else who, who has that’s so important, man, talking through it with someone else’s, that’s one of the best ways or someone to pump the brakes and go, Oh yeah, you’re right. You’re right. We should go in this direction. Instead of that, I’m scared. I watched too many YouTube and now, now I want to go by this crazy CZ scorpion, what would we really need to do is buy some buckets of food or whatever.
1 (32m 12s):
I like that. Michael that’s good stuff.
5 (32m 14s):
That’s exactly right. Because there have been some high dollar items that I’ve blown it. One of them is some new batteries for my solar system. So I was wanting to get, I originally had put together a solar panel system and I was running 12 Trojan, T 1270 fives. I think they are. They’re 12 volt batteries that deep cycle, the whole nine yards. But if, if anybody out there actually listens to my old shows, they would have listened to my solar panel on the cheap or a solar on a budget show.
5 (32m 48s):
That’s the name of it, solar on a budget. And I’m talking about those batteries. And I talk about how the specific gravity on them was being affected and what I had to do to change that. Well, I’ve noticed that they’ve, they’ve kind of gotten to their end of life, so to speak. And so one of the high dollar items that I was looking at was investing in new batteries and I kind of hemmed and hawed about it from all of 2019. And most of this year was, do I need to get new batteries? Nah, I can just let me buy some more rice or do we need batteries, man, I’m going to go ahead and get a new round of fish antibiotics.
5 (33m 25s):
And that’s another thing we did. We got all new fish antibiotics of every time there have, I won’t tell you where I got them from. Went through a lot of our medical stuff just to make sure that everything is still has a O week. I can tell you this Jordan helped me out here. It’s where it’s still sterile. The sterile field, intrinsic sterility. I don’t know what it’s called, but anyway, making sure the package is,
4 (33m 57s):
Are you talking about sterile packaging?
5 (33m 59s):
Yeah. Making sure that hasn’t failed. It’s still sterile. Is there a word for that?
4 (34m 4s):
There is that now that you I’m Johnny on the spot. Let me come back to you on that. Yeah.
5 (34m 12s):
Sorry. I’m a little Jack Sparrow here. The rums gone, so yeah.
4 (34m 15s):
Yeah. The fill or broken. Yeah. So you, Oh Lord.
5 (34m 20s):
Anyway, the moral of the story is that we went through to make sure that all of our sterile packaging is still sterile. That it is actually, you know, there was no breaks if there’s that the seal hasn’t failed, that everything is still there. Still the sterile field is there. And if we opened up the gauze, if we open up whatever else we have, that it’s still going to be sterile to apply to the wound. Yeah. There you go. James Dave. So that was most of what we did for the first half was inventory.
5 (34m 53s):
And what do we got? Where are we at? Because we, we were prepared. We knew we didn’t get prepared coming into COVID. We got prepared years and years and years ago for all kinds of things. I mean, I think about things of, you know, if the power goes out, well, why does the power go out? Is it some, is it a cyber attack? Is it an EMP going off? Or is it someone going Dukes of Hazzard off into a substation? And do they destroy a transformer? You know, that’s the kind of thing I think about the supply chain, like I said, is the, one of the things we were worried about is how has our supply chain can be affected?
5 (35m 27s):
What all is being delivered by our supply chain. And it was kind of actually interesting to see some of the items in our local stores that went out that went missing and they said, Oh, well, we don’t actually those from a local farm, they actually come from California. Or actually they actually come from, you know, South America. And it’s like, well, it says local grown. And they’re like, yeah, it says local grown. It says you’re supporting local farmers, but you’re supporting farmers in South America. Oh, okay. Thank you very much. I’ll go somewhere else.
1 (35m 59s):
Not so low. So round. So round two, Michael, would, what would you recommend?
5 (36m 6s):
Well, so first half was inventory and stocking up and before getting into that, if you’re a new prepper. So I sent you to a list. I think I, and Dave sent you a list of some of the things. One of the things I had, if you’re listening to the show for the first time, and you’re a brand new prepper and you’re hearing all of those talk and you’re like, I don’t know where to start. I know I need to get food. Here’s what you can do. Basic minimum. If you do this, you will be better prepared. The 90% of the people around you get 10 pounds of rice and 20 pounds of beans and a couple of cans of chicken and you will actually have a food source that will serve.
5 (36m 42s):
That will be better than anything around you. And you’ll be able to eat. You’ll be able to survive. It’s not going to be perfect, but you will be able to live and you can do something as basic as that and be better prepared than the people around you. Now, for those of us that are all prepared and ready for the end of the world, I’m getting more ammo. Yes. But I’m not going crazy because too expensive from a yeah. Well it’s expensive. But from a realness standpoint, I’m not trained in tack nickel.
5 (37m 17s):
I’ve never been in the military. My hats off to the military. Thank you, Sam, for your service. I don’t know how to do patrols. I don’t know how to do an attack. I don’t know how to do an ambush. I don’t know how to do any of that. My stuff is in communications. Now I can pull a signal out of the air and I can decrypt it from any radio anywhere in the world. That’s transmitting kind of thing. I can gather intelligence if it’s transmitting in the air, but I can’t do. I can’t fight. So I can’t run and gun. I can’t do that kind of stuff.
5 (37m 48s):
I can’t be tactical or tactical. So I know that I’m going to have guns. I know that I’m going to be able to defend my family, but I know if there’s a giant hoard of 20 people, my best bet is to fall back or just do what I can and go out in a blaze of glory. So I love the honesty. I have a little bit of ammo here and there, but not that’s a rarity in this. The other thing is I am perfectly. I mean, dude, I weigh 240 pounds. I am fat. I am overweight. I am not going to outrun somebody.
5 (38m 19s):
I can out. Thank you. You know, I can, I can devise very ingenious ways to torture. You would get information out of you now. I mean, I can, I can torture a man, a hundred different ways with a paperclip and a rubber band, but that’s beside the point. I know where my strengths are. I know where my weaknesses are. And maybe something that, that we can do right now, you know, talk about Sam’s area study. That’s something you need to do is you need to do reflections. What can you do? Good. What are you bad at? If you’re not good at something, then you’re not gonna be able to do that. If you’re good at medical, like EK thing is medical, she does medical.
5 (38m 53s):
My thing is communications and intelligence. That’s what I do. You know, we both can run and gun to some extent, but that’s not us.
3 (39m 1s):
Well, you know, Michael, you bring up, maybe one of the best points of the night right now is amen. Amen. You know your limitations. Well, not just that day, but also we were talking two months now. So the, the, as Jordan would say prepare for your family, not your fantasy. If you’re not a running gunner, you’re not going to be, you know what the skill set that you have right now in Mo. And I mean, unless you have the ability to say, take classes every week from now until election day, whatever it is.
3 (39m 36s):
But for most people, if you’re really sitting down and assessing what you got and what you are at this point, like you’re right. One of the most powerful preps that you can have, or one of the most powerful things that you can do right now is to be dead honest with yourself, you know, because you’re not going to change that much in this short period of time. And that’s a great point, man,
5 (39m 57s):
And do the same thing with your family. You know, if it’s, if mom and dad are not on the same page, thankfully me and EK think a lot of like, and I’ll think, you know, sometimes I’ll say, you know, maybe we should get some of that and she’ll go, well, why don’t you go ahead and buy it? Cause if we can use it for this, this and this, and I’m like, okay, I love you so much. But sometimes you have a husband and wife that are different or you have kids that are, that are Lew different. If you’re the prepper in the family, maybe you should take an inventory, a serious real inventory, truthful inventory of what your family can.
5 (40m 30s):
And can’t do. Maybe you have someone that’s got, you know, add or they’re talkative. Maybe you have someone that that’s got a mental issue or, you know, they’ve got a problem or they’ve got a physical issue or a disability of some sort, you know, you think about what, what are my options to survive? Or what would I do if I, you know, if I did see someone, a roving band of, of the NT folk coming down the street, what am I going to do? Am I going, just going to get in the car and run and just leave it all behind?
5 (41m 0s):
You know, that’s the better option because you always want to choose human life over property. It’s just things. And you’re not going to have it when you leave this world. So the better thing is to protect and stay alive. Or can you realistically say, you know, look, put a gun in Junior’s hands and tell him, aim small shoot, small kind of thing.
3 (41m 19s):
That’s it? I know,
5 (41m 22s):
Unfortunately that’s what reality check is, is I don’t sugar coat it. I know we do. You know, I know people that have autistic children and the kid count to two, he can’t tie she license. He can’t say his name, but you put a rifle in his hand and say, shoot the bullseye. And he can hit it at a hundred yards every time. That’s just, that’s one of his quirks of being an idiot savant. You know, that’s, that’s one of their skills that of a family that I know. And so that works for them.
5 (41m 52s):
That doesn’t work for me. I can’t shoot the broad side of a barn with a missile. So get back and what I’m going to be doing the second half. So still looking at inventory, still freeze drying. That’s the main thing is, is bulking up food, food, food, food, food, food, and having a way to purify water. So I kill it. I collect rain. I do have filter systems. So that’s not a huge thing of getting water. And plus I’m on. I don’t think that they’re going to turn off utilities.
5 (42m 24s):
I don’t think you’re going to lose utilities in the form of like electricity and food and water for the most of the country now, California and the Northwest, they’re their own animal. And we’re not talking about, you know, tornadoes, DeRay, Joe’s blackouts, even a cyber attack. That’s, you know, black Swan event kind of thing. You can’t plan for that. Most of the people status quo. I don’t think they’re going to turn off the utilities so you can plan on having electricity and air conditioning. Thank God. And you can plan on having gas and water and sewer and whatnot.
5 (42m 55s):
But for the preppers out there that are wondering, what do you need to do for the second half of the coming up the elections, understand that it’s going to be at bad. It is going to be a poo storm. You know, we have the moniker SHTF for a reason because that’s, what’s going to happen. In my opinion. I think that whether the left does something to try to take over the country or whether the right does something to try to take over the country or whoever does what I don’t care the end result is that it’s going to be bad.
5 (43m 28s):
You know, someone’s going to try to come out as a tyrant. Now the weather that’s in the next four years or the next eight years, whatever. So plan that things are going to be bad. And what would you do with that? And let’s see, how do I want to word this for those Elysium in a hurricane or tornado Valley, if you live in tornado alley, or you have a hurricane coming, you know, the storms coming, you know, there are certain things that you need to do before the storm gets here because once the storm gets here, it’s too late.
5 (43m 60s):
And then after the storm has gone two or three, sometimes a month or two months afterwards, if your hurricane Michael, you’re not going to have stuff out in California, wildfires, you see the wildfire coming, you know, the wildfire is going to get you, you know, that you either need to evacuate. And so you need to take time to get all your valuables, put them in the car and drive them somewhere and put the bed or dorm coming. Whether it’s a firestorm, a tornado or a hurricane coming, the people that live those areas.
5 (44m 32s):
I know what I’m talking about. Same with the snow storm. If you live in the North, you don’t want to blizzards come and you know how the blizzard is going to go because you live through it last year. If you’ve lived in the same area for more than two or three years, you know what the weather is like, you know what to expect more or less, you know what to do. This is kind of going to be no different. There’s a storm coming. It’s going to be bad. You don’t know how bad it’s going to be until it gets here. But you know that you’re probably not going to have basic necessities. So you need to have a way of food that can be rice and beans, and a couple of cans of chicken.
5 (45m 3s):
You need to have water that can be a saw your water filter or a Berkey or something else or rain catch. You need to have some form of security, whether that’s grandpa’s shotgun and a few things, a buck shot for someone that gets close, whatever. And if you’re not into guns, use fireworks, go, you know, it’s kind of late now, but if you can get fireworks, go get you some fireworks that you know, the South Carolina con that leave the ground and go up and explode or Roman candles, that kind of thing. If you don’t like that, get a shot, a sling shot with the round ball hit you.
5 (45m 39s):
That was like the five out of you. And it’ll go through a lot of metal or it’ll go through a lot of padding to get you. If you don’t like that idea, get a paintball gun and free some paint balls or get you some pepper balls or something, you know, have some way to protect yourself. And if you’re not, if you’re against guns, then go pepper spray, go with a taser, go with a paintball gun, get an airsoft gun or something, a BB gun, whatever, you know, have a way to do food, have a way to do water. Do I think that’s going to do, I think we’re going to lose that before November.
5 (46m 8s):
No. Do I think we’re going to lose that in 2020 personally? No, but I think in 2021, it’s going to get a lot worse, but I would just treat this as there’s a hurricane coming or there’s a tornado coming, or there’s a firestorm coming and you know what you need to do to be able to live comfortably for two or three days or two or three weeks after the storm passes, that’s kind of what we’ve been doing. And that’s kind of why I’m thinking about it for the second half of 2020 is what do I need?
5 (46m 40s):
What do I need to stock up on? What do I need to top off? You know, what have I been laying around? Not doing that. I need to do. I’ve put off doing this, that and the other. Well, now’s the time to get around to it out of the, out of the drawer and start using it. I love to procrastinate. God. I love to procrastinate. I will do tomorrow of what should be due today. And then I’ll set a reminder to do it and then move my reminder just so that I don’t have to do it. But unfortunately we have to get off our butt and have to do it.
5 (47m 11s):
You know, there, we have to prepare and do things for us. Lord says he takes care of those who take care of their own kind of thing. That’s unfortunately what we have to start doing is just getting ready, whatever you feel comfortable with. If you’re a Democrat. Yeah. If you’re a Democrat and you don’t believe violence and you believe the country
6 (47m 30s):
Is going to heck because the Republicans are going to trash it. Great. That’s cool. Why don’t you prepare for the Republicans taking over the country and making it a tyranny. If you’re a Republican, why don’t you do the same thing for the Democrats? Make them, you know, think that whoever wins is going to ruin the country, because either way the country is going to go through some rough times in the next either next few months or the next few years, it’s going to get worse. It’s going to get a lot worse, I think before it gets better. So anyway, I’ll shut up.
1 (47m 57s):
I appreciate it. Michael client, not the shut up part, but I appreciate all the other information. Now we’ve got to hear from the NBC guy, David Jones, what is up? I don’t a record. We’re 49 minutes in here. And we haven’t heard from David Jones, but a couple of people,
6 (48m 13s):
What? No, we haven’t even started yet. You give me to go last. And I listened to all these guys and I got, I got no, the guy he wrote a book. Oh my gosh, I’m so inspired. This, this needs to be, there needs to be a part two to this because this is just too much good information. Oh my gosh. So going all the way back, if you remember how we were back then, we didn’t know what the heck was going on.
6 (48m 46s):
And, and like Michael Klein was saying, we didn’t know if the guy was going to get sick at the power plant and not produce power. So what was interesting in my family was Maria says, Oh my gosh, a pandemic who thought there’d be a pandemic? And I said, I did not. I’m the guy I had all the Pete P E that we did want, I had bought like a gross of N 95 masks.
6 (49m 22s):
It was to the point where we were surgical masks instead of in 95, because we didn’t want people to think, Oh yeah, you got, I mean, you’re not donating them to the hospital.
1 (49m 34s):
Oh yeah. There was that time. Right. He bought them all up. We’re coming to your house to take them.
6 (49m 39s):
Yeah. The thing was, I bought them in like 2000. There was, there’s no expiration date on these things. I mean, they do put an expiration date on, but it’s not valid. They just want you to buy more. So we had all this stuff, we had the gloves, we had the sanitizer Clorox.
1 (50m 2s):
Well, you guys were sitting on tomorrow’s DL too. I’m sure.
6 (50m 5s):
Yes, we had that too, if we need it. So when you’re talking about early on, and then as things developed, you know, then, then I said, well, we found out it was pneumonia. So I got an oxygen concentrator. And this was, this was really on because you, you had to be able to a pneumonia, patient needs oxygen. So I got this oxygen concentrator and I actually got a backup one.
6 (50m 38s):
Okay. Because I always wanted to be able to administer oxygen. If someone needs it, you know, shock, any kind of thing, administer oxygen. It’s better. The pulse ox that those 20 bucks, you know, I got two of them. I found one that was a little more fancy. So I got two of them. And that’s just to determine if you’re getting enough oxygen in your blood. So that that’s always good.
6 (51m 11s):
You know, food. When you put up food, you have a certain comfort.
1 (51m 17s):
No man. It’s it’s to date. One of probably my favorite prep to date is when I really started stacking food, it was like, Oh, I’m gonna sleep good tonight.
6 (51m 27s):
Yeah. And you, you have said this several times, you’re talking about food and you’re in your videos and stuff. And that is true. Last Thursday or Friday, I went up to Pennsylvania. I scored 150 pounds of popcorn for $109.
1 (51m 47s):
No, Dave is talking about unpopped popcorn, just so you know, there may be some people out there going, what the hell are you going to do? Is stale 150 pounds. Yeah, that’s it.
6 (51m 59s):
This is organic too. So it was under a dollar, a pound. And you can grind that up. You can make corn meal, corn muffins. It is fantastic for corn meal. It’s a whole grain. And right now it’s cheap. Right, right. This second, I think it’s relatively cheap. So food makes you feel really good when you can put some food up on the shelf and you say, everything goes to crap.
6 (52m 34s):
At least I got this. Now I don’t have a freeze dryer, but I have freeze dried fruit. Sure. Yeah.
1 (52m 44s):
So Dave, you’ve been hustling. You’ve been hustling probably. I mean, if I had to lay out three of the biggest hustlers in the first half of 2020, you’d be definitely one or two. So of all the things that you have done, I don’t know how much you’ve divulged at people, how much you want to, but of all the things that you have done is food. That, that biggest one is food. The one that in the first half you felt like this is what we need to focus on. Or was it something else?
6 (53m 13s):
Yeah. Yep. Food. Even before the stories came in about the food shortage and stuff like that. Because if you look at it from a purely economical stance, because happens, okay, there, there, there were shortages during the pandemic. People were going crazy there wasn’t chicken. So the ability to generate your own food, we have chickens now, too damn many chickens.
6 (53m 49s):
And we can w we’re going to butcher some tomorrow, tomorrow. So if you can generate your own food, no matter how small it’s, you know, quail or easy, easy, quiet, they pop out these eggs. You know, we wanted to, we wanted to call our older quail, but they’re, they’re laying so darn good. It’s hard to justify it. So they pop out these eggs for two years, one egg a day, every day for two years.
6 (54m 22s):
I mean, they’re, they’re great. They’re like a food production plant. They, they eat the chickens, eat everything. I mean, next to pigs, I think chickens eat everything. Yeah. There’s no scraps. The scraps go to the chickens. If you have expired food or old rice or something like that, the chickens will eat it and only get bigger and make you more food.
6 (54m 54s):
So water, we we’ve secured water and we’ve put rain barrels up. So now we have even more water than we did before. Cause we had that long period where there was no rain. What else can I tell you? Geez, I took so many. I have questions for Sam. You know, Sam, you know, he’s talking about the dollar. I know the dollar is going to go. The dollar is going to go.
6 (55m 23s):
It’s it’s, it’s unavoidable. That the question is I have is when and how you know how bad. Yeah. I mean, it’s going to be massive inflation before it collapses.
1 (55m 42s):
Okay. Shane, we don’t have Steven with us.
6 (55m 44s):
I know. So with gold going crazy and silver going crazy. I’m thinking it’s only a matter of time before the massive inflation, the inflation is already happening. If you’ve, if you’ve noticed anything about prices with everything, but petroleum, you know, gasoline, it’s, it’s eating up, but it’s not skyrocketing up. So I mean, food, food prices, everything’s going up.
1 (56m 16s):
Yeah. Well there’s a supply and demand thing happening now, too, right? Yeah. It’s affecting price for sure. You know, nobody,
6 (56m 25s):
You will not know what the hell you bought from trying to last year until Christmas of this year, Trump, that Trump is pissing them off so bad that they may not make the GI Joe with the Kung Fu grip anymore. They’re just say, screw you. And so
1 (56m 47s):
Dad’s out here. Dad’s a better invest in a, a widdling set. You might be whittling the old Christmas presents for the kids this year, the dolls and the toys. Yeah.
6 (56m 59s):
I mean, looking forward to Christmas, the, the electronics and all that stuff, you can’t, you can’t re you can’t relocate a factory like that. I mean, you can’t bring them back to the United States instantly. So if the, if the trade war continues and everything like that happens because you know, Trump is going to hold China accountable. He’s already building his coalition.
6 (57m 32s):
Australia’s onboard. Japan’s on board, South Korea. It’s it’s happening.
1 (57m 38s):
Yeah. I mean, there was no doubt that there’s going to be there. They’re going to have to open the checkbook. I think, you know what I mean? Yeah.
6 (57m 48s):
And with, you know, when chin and I did the show a couple of weeks ago and the fourth turning every one of the, the fourth turnings ended in a war. So the last one was world war two. So the difference between this warrant, that war, we all have nuclear weapons. Now
1 (58m 11s):
That, yeah. That’s the big one, right?
6 (58m 17s):
Yeah. So in the South China sea, you know, you know, okay, I’m going to put my tinfoil hat, conspiracy theory thing on now.
1 (58m 27s):
That’s fine. Hey, feel free to interject guys. I think we’ve reached that point in the night where a, we can talk amongst ourselves at this point, but go ahead.
6 (58m 38s):
So let’s say this whole virus thing was planned. I’m not saying it was, but let’s just say what if this was planned and it was planned to try and take Trump out. Who’s to say that the next move isn’t the war in the South China sea. And, and that is the October surprise
1 (59m 7s):
Operation South China sea Sam says he’s got a, he’s got an answer on the dollar. I don’t know if you want to expand on that date range. You just saw up there, but from an audio perspective of they won’t get your, they
3 (59m 22s):
Won’t get your date range that you threw up. If you want to speak to it, if not, I’ll say it, but
2 (59m 28s):
Sure. Yeah. Well actually JP Morgan did a study and it was about the lifespan of currencies as the world reserve currency. And then go back to the 14 hundreds. The Portuguese rail lasted about 80 years and it goes all the way through the middle of the 20th century, roughly until the end of the British pound is the world reserve currency, which lasted over a hundred, a little over a hundred years now to the U S dollar. And you look at every transition.
2 (59m 60s):
You look at the lifespan of world reserve currency, it’s between 80 and 110 years. And so I said in the chat, it’s likely the, maybe the dollar is going to crash. Maybe there’ll be a soft landing. I have a couple of points on that. But if history is any clue over the past 600 plus years, then the us dollar is going to be replaced as the world reserve currency, sometime between 2024 and 2054.
2 (1h 0m 35s):
Now, in terms of who replaces the U S dollar, I dunno, that could go one of several ways, but I think we’re already in the dollar decline phase and the writing’s on the wall, like David said, we know the dollar is going to be replaced as the world reserve currency, looking back at what happened to the British pound in the 30 years that followed the end of world war two, when you have all these revolutions and independence movements in British colonies around the world, the British found was 50% of its purchasing power over the course of 30 years.
2 (1h 1m 18s):
And so what would the United States look like if the dollar over the next generation lost 50% of its purchasing power? I mean, this place would be unrecognizable from where it is today.
3 (1h 1m 31s):
No doubt about it. It’s terrifying. Yeah. Either way
2 (1h 1m 36s):
Even. Yeah, just the last, yeah, right. Just the last thing I’ll say is how to get that range. Bretton woods, 1944, beginning of the new international monetary system, essentially based on the dollar 1944. So you get, you go 80 years, you get 20, 24, you go 110 years, you get 20, 54. And somewhere in that range, I think that’s very likely.
3 (1h 2m 1s):
Yeah. Yeah. Google coin, Google currency. Exactly. That’s Amazon money. There you go. So let me ask you this, Sam, you think the actions that Trump is taking now, it seems that
2 (1h 2m 20s):
He wants to get us back on the gold standard. He doesn’t seem to have any fear about deficits and stuff like that because he knows there’s going to be a reset back to the gold standard. What do you think about that? Well, I know that he tried to add a board member to the federal reserve who was pro pro gold standard. I don’t think, I don’t think that’s, I don’t think that happened where I don’t think that’s going to happen.
2 (1h 2m 51s):
What I think more is more likely than moving to a gold standard is adopting a new monetary program called modern monetary theory in which we, we can’t afford universal healthcare. We can afford universal basic income because under MMT, modern monetary theory deficits don’t matter. The national debt doesn’t matter. Here’s this is, this is why. According to the, I am not a proponent of this. This is just what they say. They say, well, look, as long as the dollar has rolled reserve currency status, there’ll be international demand.
2 (1h 3m 27s):
And as long as there’s demand for the dollar, you can run up deficits. And actually they say you shouldn’t be deficit spending. And what you should be doing is we know the bottom quintile of the, of the class, right? The bottom 20%, they are so poor. They don’t say they can’t save money. They, every dollar they get just about, they go out and spend. And this is where universal basic income comes in because they say, look, you funnel money down to the lowest classes.
2 (1h 3m 60s):
They’re not going to save that. They’re not going to invest it. They’re going to go out and spend it. And that’s put that puts those dollars into the us economy. And now all of a sudden now business, this is demand side economics, as opposed to supply side. Now, all of a sudden there’s growing aggregate demand. So it increases economic transition transactions that increases economic activity. And you, you give people money to spend. And that’s how you have this near permanent cycle of economic growth. This is what they say.
2 (1h 4m 31s):
We are going to have modern monetary theory as the basis of our monetary system in the next 10 to 20 years. Easy. Maybe before that,
1 (1h 4m 42s):
I don’t think we have a choice, right?
2 (1h 4m 45s):
That’s right. Yeah. Another stimulus.
1 (1h 4m 48s):
Yeah. I mean, we’re gonna, we’re gonna keep spending that ain’t stop. And, and, and there’s probably not enough gold on the planet to cover the debt that we’ve run up thus far.
2 (1h 4m 58s):
No, but there’ll be a reset, which there’ll be a devaluation of the dollar, but we sure about buy gold. I mean, I, it just seems like all the actions Trump is taking is going down this path. And this is Jones. I am not the financial guy. I am NBC guy.
6 (1h 5m 18s):
So there you go. Hey, so Michael Klein, jeez, I got notes on everybody denied everybody, but Jay Fergus, she didn’t talk long enough. You got to get her back on. We need to do a part two to this. We need to do a part two anyway, capabilities and limitations. Every thing amen, everything that you do, you need to know capabilities and limitations. And you have to be honest about each. So when he says I’m not the runner and gunner, okay.
6 (1h 5m 53s):
He knows his limitations. So we have one simple rule in the Jones household run and hide.
4 (1h 6m 3s):
6 (1h 6m 4s):
We are not, we’re not doing any of that special forces shit. We, and, and I know all that stuff. I know tactical movement. Hey, I am teaching it at four to dude ranch at the end of this month. So if you’re out there listening and you’re in the Colorado area for the dude, ranch is having a tactical movement.
6 (1h 6m 34s):
It’s all about prepping, how to get to fortitude ranch. If everything goes to crap and you’ve got to actually go there, you know, we’re opening up for the election first time ever. First time ever that fortitude ranch, all locations are opening up for their members to come. And so we’re activating. We’ve never activated before.
6 (1h 7m 5s):
Okay. So if you’re gauging your decisions on what preppers are doing, okay, this is it. This is an organization nationwide that caters to preppers. We did not open up for COVID. Okay. We did not, but we are opening up for the election. So there you go. There’s another indicator.
6 (1h 7m 38s):
Gosh, let me go back through my notes here on the 24th on the 24th, you said about the continuity. I am going to have prep con okay. Prep con or the levels of prepper readiness. You know, like I am going to release that on the 24th. So if you guys want to hear what and decide what level of prep con you’re at. Okay.
6 (1h 8m 8s):
Because it’s five, four, three, two, one, one. If he’s a level one prepper, he can do everything. Okay. Yeah. I’m excited about that. What a perfect,
4 (1h 8m 21s):
I kind of would like to see where you would rate us.
6 (1h 8m 26s):
Yeah. Do you have like a lot of six?
4 (1h 8m 29s):
Oh, wait. I want to see where we’re writing.
6 (1h 8m 33s):
Yeah. Level one is everything. And you can produce your own stuff. I mean, you can manufacture level one. If you’re a level one prepper you’re top of the line. Okay. So level five is beginner. Okay. Week’s worth of food has some sort of personal protection. Okay. Everything has a, has a category and it goes down the levels of preparedness.
6 (1h 9m 4s):
And then when you’re, when you’re prep con one, you are totally ready for any shit. It’s a fancy scenario. I’d like prep con, that’s a good name. So the hopeful, hopeful rogues of the continuity get to get to, and you know, what I like about it is you’ll be able to, people will be able to measure themselves rather than you measure them. Right. Right. That’s cool. Evaluation. Sure. Yeah.
6 (1h 9m 34s):
You, look, you take this tool a spreadsheet and you, you look at yourself, you honestly evaluate yourself and you say at what level you’re at. So, you know, level one is like producing, you know, all that kind of stuff. Let level five
4 (1h 9m 54s):
Normal cosmopolitan quiz.
6 (1h 9m 59s):
Yeah, go ahead, Michael. Yeah. I was going to say Dave, that’s actually a pretty good idea. If you’ve got a spreadsheet that has questions because yeah. A lot of times in the audit world, when, when a company is getting audited or when a company’s doing an it audit, they’re provided a questionnaire and it’s like a yes, no provide evidence of, and so they have hundreds of questions that they go through and it’s like, do you have this? Yes. Or no. If yes. Then provide evidence of it. Do you have this?
6 (1h 10m 29s):
Yes or no. So actually, if you’ve got that kind of a thing on a script spreadsheet where people can go through and if it’s, you know, built by prepper and it’s given to people, or maybe we make it available to our members that can go through and they can answer the question, you might get some kind of macro stuff. And there it goes. You know, if you got all of the, yeah. If you, based on answers that you give, it gives you a score. Maybe something like that because it’s yeah. Yeah. If you go online, your next up quizzes online, they’re written, well, I’m not going to say that.
6 (1h 11m 3s):
I was going to say, they’re written on millennials have no concept of being outdoors, but that might offend people. I don’t care if you have a questionnaire or written a prepper, that might be a better thing. So when I get absolutely. And when I get to put it on an Excel spreadsheet, I’m going to pass it around to all the hosts. Okay. So we are all going to have input on this. So anybody out there listening that is deciding whether there be a member or not of prepper broadcasting, everybody’s gonna kind of evaluate this.
6 (1h 11m 44s):
And then you’re going to have a tool that you can use. It’s not just Dave Jones, the NBC guy, it’s going to be, all of them are going to have input. We’re going to come up with these five levels of preparedness and this prep con, and you will have access to this well rounded around type of where we all go. Like, you know, hi, my name is Mike and I’m a level six prepper, and everybody gets high.
3 (1h 12m 15s):
Well, I’ll tell you what, I’ll tell you
6 (1h 12m 17s):
How far down that rabbit hole. We can go
3 (1h 12m 19s):
Tell you how we could do, to be honest. This was a recommendation. I think it was, yeah, it was a recommendation from you, Dave, when this idea of prep con was in its infancy. So I was going to levels of prepping. I’ll still announce the full scope of this at the continuity, but there’s, we probably are gonna have some secret society based Juul re if you will, that’s going to be offered up to the continuity members.
3 (1h 12m 52s):
We’ll talk about that. More in discussion in the discussion of the continuity this month. But I talked to a company that makes this certain jewelry and they’re, they’re interested in letting us engrave the inside of said jewelry. So, so for me, I was thinking, you know, you put the seed back there and then it’s legit. Then it’s a legit piece that you can look at and say, let me see the inside of that thing. Oh, okay. You got to see, but maybe we, maybe we could do a, if you wanted to, people could probably put a C in their number if they want it.
3 (1h 13m 25s):
I don’t know something along those lines, but yeah. It’s getting deep around here.
6 (1h 13m 32s):
I know. I know. But this is great. This is great. I mean, everybody’s thinking along the same lines and this is going to be fantastic.
3 (1h 13m 41s):
No, I think so. Yeah. So prep con is common prep camp is right after that.
6 (1h 13m 50s):
Oh my gosh. Yes. I thought about that.
3 (1h 13m 57s):
You went out a little Dave.
6 (1h 13m 60s):
No, because if there’s any year in all the years that you have been prepping, you should go to prepper camp. This is the year, right?
4 (1h 14m 15s):
Yeah. There’s no telling what’s going to happen. Come November
6 (1h 14m 19s):
Crap. Yes. And, and do you know what takings are still available? Which blows me away.
4 (1h 14m 26s):
I know. I think that’s because people are on the fence. You’ve got to realize Rick has said it is not getting canceled. So, and less world war three pops out. I don’t see it not happening.
6 (1h 14m 38s):
No. He has protective measures in place. Everybody’s gonna, you know, we’re going to take precautions. He says it’s gone unless the government shuts him down.
4 (1h 14m 52s):
And I’m sure people were going to be sanitizing with alcohol both internally and internally. So you’re safe.
6 (1h 15m 1s):
I’m going to bring some shine. Maybe I’ll get a, what’s it called? What do they call it? Yeah. One of those, the pocket flasks. And I’ll just say no, no, no. This is for my hands.
4 (1h 15m 14s):
I’ve heard that someone’s bringing the cactus juice again.
6 (1h 15m 17s):
No, well, yes, yes, James, if you want to sleep with me again,
4 (1h 15m 23s):
6 (1h 15m 25s):
It’s a night. I’ll never forget. I’ll tell you that much. Oh my gosh. Oh my gosh.
4 (1h 15m 32s):
People are wondering, did you make it?
6 (1h 15m 35s):
Yeah, man. Yeah, that was an interesting night. Prepper camp is going to be insane. A disaster. Probably his ass for sale there. Yeah.
4 (1h 15m 48s):
Yeah. It good Lord willing. And the Creek don’t rise. I will be there. Okay.
6 (1h 15m 52s):
Well, 60 different classes.
4 (1h 15m 57s):
I’m teaching a class this year.
6 (1h 15m 59s):
Yes, absolutely. And if I had one thing that I can impart upon any prepper, the one thing that you need to do now in preparation is knowledge, knowledge. At least you can say, I saw that once at prepper camp, you know, I can do that. So not only just the thing in there, 60 different classes going to be held over three days.
6 (1h 16m 32s):
It is totally worth the price of admission. Even if, if you can’t get her place at the camp, you can stay off grounds and come back. So get your room, come back for the whole three days. It is awesome. Awesome.
4 (1h 16m 51s):
It is fun. It really is. And there’s a lot of camaraderie. It’s nice to be able to talk and communicate with people in your same lifestyle. I can tell you, I know preppers out here, but to actually be on the same level with as many people that were out there was just, it really was to straight up awesome. Even the young folk that they’re really young kids that were out there. It was nice to see that.
1 (1h 17m 15s):
Yeah. How often do you get to talk to someone that actually gets it? Yeah,
4 (1h 17m 22s):
That doesn’t happen on her. I get, I still get called Laura Ingles and, and everything else because it’s still confounds people. It’s like, Oh, I have it. And they’re like, where is it in your car? Yes, you’re right. They, my car is the station wagon. Laura Ingalls Wilder. It’s just, yeah, it is what it is. It’s nice to be around people who get it, who understand? It’s like, Oh, you’re carrying that. Well, I got this, you know,
1 (1h 17m 52s):
Show me yours. I’ll show you mine. That’s prepper camp. Yeah,
4 (1h 18m 0s):
The food. Oh my God. Lots of food. You will not go hungry.
1 (1h 18m 5s):
Yeah. I think a disaster coffee is going to sponsor wind’s coffee maker this year too. That’s Whoa. When was when a Parkinson who was not a member, I got to reach out to him. He’s got a, he’s got to hop on over here, but the man behind the dope farm podcast, he was my coffee, my coffee in the morning, man. He was a lifesaver. I mean, I brought a French press in coffee, but it was so nice to go up there and really, really drink coffee in the morning, several cups. You know what I mean? Before heading down to the madness.
1 (1h 18m 37s):
So we’re going to fill that thing full of disaster.
4 (1h 18m 39s):
Yeah. I’m not a coffee drinker, but I was thankful for his dinner like that man flow tips and good food bear and all sorts of stuff. I mean, who
1 (1h 18m 49s):
Kettle? I was already hammered, but what about that kettle dessert? That was so good.
4 (1h 18m 55s):
Uncle Randy made that, that was outrageous. Uncle Randy made that he made dump cake. He made in a cast iron Dutch oven.
1 (1h 19m 5s):
Yeah. I’m telling you, I didn’t even know dessert was cooking. And all of a sudden this guy, I don’t know, comes around with this freaking giant cast iron kettle and starts slopping stuff on plates. And it was so good, man.
4 (1h 19m 20s):
Yeah. Uncle Randy, from the matter of fact podcast, he was the uncle to Andrew Bobo. Yeah. Yeah. That’s a whole group right there too. That’s worth me.
1 (1h 19m 30s):
And I’ll tell you what folks fly in. Ain’t what it used to be. You’re going to have to wear a mask, but I’m telling you prices. Prices are not what you think it on the airline. If you’re, if you think that there’s no way I can fly to Saluda or nowhere, I can fly to Charlotte or wherever you would have to fly into because of the money. I’d recommend checking it out. COVID has had an effect on flight praises and it might work out in your favor. If you’re, if you’re on another side of the country, you don’t want to drive, could make it there. And it’ll be, if you’re looking at flying in, then you need to start looking at process flying into either Asheville or
3 (1h 20m 8s):
Greenville. Spartanburg is I guess two airports I’d look at flying into the, again. I’m telling you might be surprised. Flights have surprised me this year. They, the other day, I was almost thinking about paying Dane D a visit, looking at the flights to Arizona. But what else guys? What else? 9:22 PM. We have rolled through this show, man. It’s it was just two weeks, dude. We get to do a part two next week.
3 (1h 20m 39s):
Got to do part two. I haven’t even
4 (1h 20m 43s):
Because the continuity,
3 (1h 20m 46s):
Well, we could start at nine. We can cut these on Thursday. We could do this on Monday and didn’t do that on Thursday, right?
4 (1h 20m 53s):
Yeah. The 24th that’s Monday. If I could start school on Tuesday.
3 (1h 21m 0s):
Well, that sucks for you.
4 (1h 21m 3s):
Yes and no. I mean, my kids are still going to school, so I’m not upset.
3 (1h 21m 8s):
Mine are not. No. My one is one is
4 (1h 21m 13s):
My youngest has been in school. That’s another thing I’m not looking forward to is seeing how the school season’s going to go. Because for us working parents, it is not feasible. Unless you have people to help you because if the daycare shut down again, then you’re really Sol. And most of the daycares won’t take fifth graders or older. So I’m still in a bit in between a hard, a rock and a hard spot. Because even though I could leave my son at home legally, I couldn’t leave my son at home. You know what I mean? Cause the Mississippi can’t leave them until they’re 12th.
3 (1h 21m 42s):
This is what I’m most worried about for parents with daycares is the kids going to get sick? And what is the rule going to be? You know, typically it’s, you know, he goes 24 hours without fever. You bring them back. Yeah, you can’t, you can’t do that now unless you come back with a valid negative COVID test, which around here costs a hundred bucks. You know what I mean? And it’s like, God, how do you, how the bird season is going to be rough.
3 (1h 22m 13s):
It is going to be hell
4 (1h 22m 15s):
The, see now you’re not allowed. If you have so much as a sniffle, a runny nose ahead code, you have to be, Oh, I have to get the handbook out. I mean, it’s ridiculous standards. I’m like these kids are gonna sneeze and be sent home for a week before they’re allowed back.
3 (1h 22m 32s):
We’ll just have, go ahead. I’m sorry. No, no, no, go ahead. You go ahead. Cause I’m going to make a joke.
4 (1h 22m 42s):
Oh no, it’s just right. It just hits a point for us. It’s like, what am I supposed to do? Because I’m already dwindling down on PPO and sick time. And our boss has made it clear if you have COVID and you’re out of sick time or PTO, guess what? You get leave without pay. They are not giving you any sort of FMLA or anything.
3 (1h 23m 7s):
A lot of people are going to face. They’re going to catch the flu or something along those lines. And they’re going to wind up having to stay out of work for two weeks with no pay. And that is going to kill people.
4 (1h 23m 18s):
I mean, it came to a point we’re in Mississippi, no one is getting hazard pay. No one is getting additional pay whatsoever. On top of the fact we’re doing other people’s jobs. And it was like, Oh my God, I’ve already told my boss. If we have layoffs the next time around, Oh, I’m getting laid off because at least I can do more at home than being at a job where I’m not making as much.
3 (1h 23m 41s):
Yeah, man. It’s, it’s going to be a weird time for, for parents. It is going to be a wacky wacky.
4 (1h 23m 47s):
Well, they’re increasing unemployment for Mississippi. And so it’s going to go from 200 to 400, which Mississippi is one of the lowest States on unemployment, but still that makes it easier for people who are decided to stay at home. Well, what about the rest of us who are working? And we’re still not even making scale, right? I mean, go ahead and crack a joke. I could use the joke.
3 (1h 24m 14s):
Well, I’m sure it’ll be great now. Right. Wow. What else are you going to say is, you know, originally I was looking at finding out how to get the chips. And so while I could clone it and assume somebody else’s identity or what I was gonna say is what we’re going to have to do for our kids is we’re going to have to figure out how to do the Luciferian formula so that we can paint our skin and have the bioluminescence so that when we go through the scanners and they scan it with the low IRR frequencies, the low, our light, our skin shows up showing that we’ve had the COVID vaccine, like a, like a good person, but we’ve had the, we have the fake vaccine that just has the Luciferian in it.
4 (1h 24m 51s):
Oh, you know, that pops already going around work. Even in my area. Will you get it? If it’s required? I said, you’ll have to fire me.
3 (1h 24m 58s):
That’s a, that’s a big question, man. That is,
4 (1h 25m 2s):
I will make a way. I will find a way to make things work. I mean, I’ve been able to every day, since I was younger, I, every day as an adult, don’t think I’ll permanently weave in crochet every day. Y’all need textiles. Call me up, hit me up.
3 (1h 25m 17s):
We’ll dress, dress our kids in J Fergie. Don’t worry about it. That’s right, right. I mean, I grow, I grow some plants have questionable integrity that I would sell if I had to. Yeah.
4 (1h 25m 29s):
NATO plant. I mean, it still has a blue jet.
3 (1h 25m 33s):
I’m telling you the vet, the vaccine’s a big one and you know, the vaccine could be, could be the thing in October, they’re rushing it. You know, they, they want to get this thing out and
4 (1h 25m 44s):
It’s too quick. I’ve never seen a bad vaccine, even in a, yeah. I’ve never seen a vaccine, even in a quick production, be turned around this quick and you are not seeing any results from test or anything else. It’s just too, it’s too up in the air. And the flu shot doesn’t work. I mean, most of the time. So where’s the, that, COVID the COVID vaccine’s going to work either when there’s already signed to the second, second and third mutation on top of the mutations we already have.
3 (1h 26m 12s):
Yeah. Well that’s why everybody’s moving their conspiracy theories to current events.
4 (1h 26m 18s):
You know what? I liked my tinfoil hat just fine.
3 (1h 26m 23s):
Oh bad. Well, now I have a 10 full hat, but come on now we have to have a fedora because just because you’re crazy, doesn’t have to mean you’re out of sight.
4 (1h 26m 31s):
You know what? I’ll go grab one of my chicken feathers.
3 (1h 26m 34s):
I liked my 10 for a hat fedora, a tinfoil fedora prepper camp will be kind of right on the money. Do not tempt me. That kind of thing.
4 (1h 26m 46s):
Best show up with one.
3 (1h 26m 48s):
Somebody asks you what it is. You just, you just frown on them and walk away. Think about it.
4 (1h 26m 53s):
You know what? Jen wants to tenfold for doors. So you’re going to have to make him one.
3 (1h 27m 1s):
I love it
4 (1h 27m 2s):
If not saying it, but we know he wants one and he will rock it.
3 (1h 27m 7s):
You know, I wouldn’t be surprised if there was like a tin, foil hat maker out there already Etsy, look it up.
4 (1h 27m 15s):
Oh God, you know what? And if there’s not Michael Klein, you better jump on it. We get that.
3 (1h 27m 21s):
You know, the 10 foil sold at Costco is eight mil thick. It’s pretty heavy duty stuff. It’s hard to rip. I bet you could do that. You know, you could get some cheap ass. I’ll say that you can get cheap hats. I have to watch my language. I have to remember I’m live now. I can’t tell you that you don’t have to watch your language, the prep of broadcasting network. I was going to say, you go to Goodwill and you get you some old ass hats and you go and you get you some glue and you spray glue on it. And then just start, you know, doing like gold leaf, like a little patch job, 10 for goalie fat, man.
4 (1h 27m 58s):
You know what you need.
3 (1h 28m 2s):
Yeah. That would be, if you could listen here, here’s the kicker. You make yourself a little, a little band once it’s finished to go around it. And then if you can trim up a couple, like two, three feathers out of 10 fold and slide them into your, into your a hat. That would be something, man. That would be so good. I got, I got hot.
4 (1h 28m 27s):
We should have your best tinfoil hat competition just to see just for the fun of it. So serious notes. We’ve got to act stupid and have fun. So I said, we see who has the best Ken bull hat out there.
3 (1h 28m 44s):
That’s him with like tenfold hat, dreads, and tenfold hat pigtails. We could do it right outside of our booth too. We could just say this day on Saturday night, once the lawn color wants to shops closed down, we’re going to have our tinfoil hat contest. Oh, we got an email. I’ll email it. What’s his name, Rick. And see if you want to
4 (1h 29m 7s):
Bill and Andrew on it to see if they’re up for it.
3 (1h 29m 9s):
That’s a good idea. And maybe we’ll put together a, some coffee, a shirt, maybe one a Dave’s DVDs and just surprise pack for the best tinfoil hat. I think that is awesome. Now you also have to have the 10 for Kane. Hang on, hang on. Stay with me here. Hang on. There’s a, there’s a, there’s a logical reason. So you have the 10 for 10 for PIP hat, but you gotta have the tenfold cane because you need to have a better grounding system. You know, if you’re wearing combat boots.
3 (1h 29m 42s):
So you have a 10 for cane so that you’re better grounded. There you go. It goes right through your hat, down through the cane. That’s right. That’s right.
4 (1h 29m 50s):
He’s going to smell and have the tenfold teeth.
3 (1h 29m 54s):
Oh my, yeah. We’re running with this.
4 (1h 29m 60s):
That is what I am talking about, man. It is on, I like the top hat.
3 (1h 30m 5s):
Steam steam bus. What is it, Steve? What did I just say? Yeah. Like the beanie fair.
4 (1h 30m 20s):
Oh, look at the pirate hat.
3 (1h 30m 23s):
It looks like one of those hats that I’m going to have. Oh yeah. I get like a hat. Like the sick where’s sick.
4 (1h 30m 34s):
You know what? I’m going to have to do something like the red hat society does be a Southern Belle and have me a big aluminum floppy hat
3 (1h 30m 42s):
And the umbrella. But I have an aluminum.
4 (1h 30m 44s):
Oh yeah. The little rubber
3 (1h 30m 52s):
I’m sober completely. So I have no excuse. Well, I’m not either. I’m I’m drinking some mud. Good shine here. So I tell you what I’m drinking. I’m actually, I’m actually doing rum tonight, but I’m doing rum because I freeze dried a bunch of pineapples. So what I did is I took the pineapple organic pineapple poured the, a string, the juice off. Yeah. So the juice went into a container and the pineapple went into the freeze dryer.
3 (1h 31m 22s):
And then I just added a rom to it.
4 (1h 31m 25s):
Jungle juice, where we throw all sorts of kind of liquor and vegetable. I mean fruit. Yeah.
3 (1h 31m 33s):
4 (1h 31m 33s):
I guess what we need to do is people bring, be hydrated fruits.
3 (1h 31m 38s):
I will bring you off. That’s what I needed to bring. That’s kind of like what I had with Dave, something along them lines. So we have a picture of the, we have a picture of Illumina, a collection of aluminum hats in the chat room right now for those listening, talking about are not in
4 (1h 32m 0s):
The EOC. You were missing out,
3 (1h 32m 3s):
Oh my gosh, element element. You need to sign up for element and you can go back now because we can save the chat. Oh, you’re listening to the broadcast. And you want to see what we’re talking about. You can go back and element and see these images that CIN put up there.
4 (1h 32m 25s):
Well, unless you’re just signing up, but
3 (1h 32m 27s):
That’s official. Let’s, let’s, we’ll expand on it, but it’s definitely official. If you’re listening and you’re coming to prepper camp, we will undoubtedly at the PBN table, beholding a tin foil hat contests, without a doubt. We’ll we’ll give more information.
4 (1h 32m 44s):
Nobody else takes part in it. It will be us.
3 (1h 32m 47s):
Sure. Yeah. We’ll probably try to grab a prize pack from more vendors, but we’ll
4 (1h 32m 52s):
Well, that’s better realizing, even though we talk on a serious notes every night, or as often as we do, you have to have a moment of just pure fun. You really do. If you take everything so seriously, your hair’s gonna fall out if you’re already balling. Sorry. You’re ahead of,
3 (1h 33m 12s):
Well, I mean, look at my head. I mean, that’s, that’s just naturally thing and that’s one of the things I don’t want to, I’m not gonna steal thunder from anybody, but that’s one of the things I was looking at doing, Oh my God. Oh my God.
4 (1h 33m 26s):
Oh my God. That is my head. I love it. Sorry.
3 (1h 33m 33s):
Oh, Michael. What I was going to say was about dark humor. You know, even though we’re in a really, really, really bad situation, you gotta laugh and poke fun at it because that’s dark humor and that’s a coping mechanism. No, I agree with you. Dark humor is my favorite. My favorite kind of humor. Yeah. That’s you know, you, you really, when, when people in the military shake, I would serve with you in combat, that is like the greatest honor.
3 (1h 34m 8s):
And I’ve had so many people say to me, I would go to combat with you because you keep your sense of humor. That’s a big part of it, right? Yeah, exactly. Yeah. We’re going to Brightside. No doubt about it. Well, look guys, this is what I propose. Yes. I propose. We got, we got the continuity next Monday, but I think we should do. I think we should do a part two. And I think since we’re calling it preppers live, we should yank a new prepper into the mix.
3 (1h 34m 43s):
Whoever can make it. I’d love to have this crew back. Great, great, fresh fish. Fresh fish. Yeah, exactly. So, so maybe we reach out. I’m not sure who, I don’t feel like thinking about it right now, but there’s a ton of out there that we can pull from and we’ll have our core group on. And then we’ll also have somebody new to come hang with us and chit chat man, and do this thing. Cause a preppers live is, is a good time. And you know what?
3 (1h 35m 14s):
It’s a necessary good time in bad times. Absolutely. Hey Sam, thanks. This is what we do every Monday, Sam, he joined tonight. Oh, he thinks, Oh my gosh, these people are crazy every Monday night. Yeah. Right. He’s like, I got to get off of here. These people are driving me nuts. But yeah, that’s what I propose. And I think that would be good. We have some big takeaways tonight, man. I think one of the biggest, Oh Michael Klein, I’m going to, I’m going to tip my hat to your, your idea of being deadly, honest and, and assessing yourself within this two months window and saying, I imagine what I am, and I need to play to my strengths when this thing kicks off, rather than pretending you’re going to transform into
4 (1h 36m 2s):
Know your strengths and know your weaknesses.
3 (1h 36m 6s):
That’s unfortunately, why am I show it was called rally. They check. That’s why when I back in I’ll call it my heyday back in 2017 and 2018. A lot of my shows, I don’t sugar coat things. I tell you straight up, you’re going to die. You’re going to die. A very horrible death. That was one of the hallmarks of you. You know what we need, what we need Michael to put out through Teespring is a tee shirt for your show with that on it. Because that is you’re going to die. Yeah.
4 (1h 36m 35s):
Can we do one on your shirt about the bed pan?
3 (1h 36m 43s):
Maybe that’ll be the, yeah.
4 (1h 36m 44s):
Any bucket be he needs the honey bucket. She’s going to carry the honey bucket
3 (1h 36m 50s):
Bed pans. You know, you think about, you know, bedpans and stuff and people don’t realize that shit. Thanks by about four 30 in the morning. Especially when you drop a deuce after taco night.
4 (1h 37m 1s):
That’s why I said the honey bucket. No one wants to carry the honey bucket. When it’s cold,
3 (1h 37m 5s):
You put honey bucket, you put the bed pad in the back. You say you’re going to die.
4 (1h 37m 11s):
My other head is made a tenfold. There we go.
3 (1h 37m 13s):
That that’s like a second place effort though. That can’t get first place. Cause it ain’t tinfoil. But I like it. Alright. I think we should get off here. Cause we’re getting crazy. And the banter I’m sure our best of bests are loving it, but I think it’s time to cut it next week. You’ll be able to hear what I’m doing right this second. Yes. Because Maria and I are prepping our ashes off two weeks, not next week, two weeks, two weeks.
3 (1h 37m 43s):
Okay. Then two weeks might as the continuity, but next week you’re going to unveil prep con five through one con. Yep. I’ll have that ready. As a matter of fact, I’ll I’ll do the spreadsheet and send out to all the hosts.
1 (1h 37m 56s):
Give me your input, send it back and we’ll make these level. I’m pretty sure it’s going to be fun. Well, thanks so much guys. This was also a great evening. One hour 38 minutes of, you know, I liked the way I really liked the way they show starts dead pan get it. I like the way that it starts and we do our little interview thing and then it falls off a cliff. I love it. Well, we get drunk or we go, they, that helps.
1 (1h 38m 28s):
That certainly helps. But I’m going to call the night. As Dave said, you’re silly not to be an element and you’re silly not to be a member of folks. Come over to prepper, broadcasting.com, sign up. It’s a hell of a deal. And you get a whole lot more than what you’re hearing tonight. Even though this is a great time as it is. So we’ll see you tomorrow night. I’m not sure if we’re going to get based on our conversation with Ryan Buford, we may not get a next generation tomorrow, but the guys from Patriot power hour will be with us for sure.
1 (1h 39m 2s):
And a man, that’s it. It’s double barreled Tuesday a start to another amazing week here at the prepper broadcasting network. All right, we’ll talk soon.
7 (1h 39m 12s):
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