Prepper Broadcasting Network. We have to hit the reset button to create a true culture, preparedness, starting at a very young age and sell training all the way up. What is it that gentlemen wish? What would they have is life? So dear or peace, so sweet as to be purchased at the price of Jane’s and slavery for a bit, all mighty God.
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Again. And the way that this battle is being fought is not the way that the Vietnam war is fought. It’s not even the way that the cold war is fought. Even though that’s a better analogy. It’s not world war II. It’s not the civil war of the 1860s. It’s not the revolutionary war. This is a dynamic cyber and psychological battle that is playing out. And ultimately the information and the tactics that are being used are going to remain invisible to anyone who isn’t familiar with, the way that this kind of preparation of the battlefield, the way that this kind of hearts and minds approach, the way that this kind of insurgency and internal undermining is being conducted,
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What is up? I am Liberty faithful. That was our very own Stephen men King on the button, and a to hear a message, arousing message like that from Stephen is a big deal. Okay. W I, he riled me up today that economic report, if you haven’t heard it yet, please take the time to listen to it tonight, tomorrow, something along those lines, you know what started out as a, a literally economic report and then opened up into something much bigger and much more important. And quite frankly, it was a wow. The message. A lot of people needed.
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I can tell you that much. So tonight, tonight, I want to talk about two things in particular here on the I AM Liberty show. I’m sure we’ll talk about much more. I wasn’t live last week. So, you know, that kind of, it is what it is. Here’s kind of the, the breakdown of the, I am Liberty show over those of you who might be new the longer I go without being live the worst. I am a kind of staying on topic. You know what I mean? So that, while there are two things that I would like to talk about tonight, there’s a good chance that we will talk about a bunch of other things as well.
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I haven’t even really touched base with many of you guys about how the holiday went. I know, I know the, despite everything, a lot of people did stick close to home. A lot of people did a, you know, just kind of out of default, did what they, what they had to do. And you know, it is what it is. But then I don’t want to talk about the Resilience of Humanity throughout time, particularly way back, you know, we’re not going to do the whole, the timeline over the centuries, but I’ll probably stick more to paleolithic. And before, because I think at a time like this, it’s important to remember where we come from and what the species has gone through and how many other species it’s a coup you know, it’s coming out in science a lot that we’ve outlived a lot of other human like species, which is kind of an interesting thing.
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Now they think like, well, either li outlived them, killed them, you know, be adapted quicker or, you know, just made it with them so much that they just became part of what we’re doing and became a part of our own thing. You know what I mean? So there’s that, so the resiliency of Humanity is something I want to talk about, right? Cause I know many of you were in that kind of ho-hum mentality lately, right? Freedom is burning and the nation is falling and yada yada, yada. So it’s a good time to remind you that we’ve been through much worse than COVID or much worse than the suicidal modern day tyrants that are running States right now.
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And yes, I said that exactly the way I want to do suicidal, modern tyrants.
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We, you know, we’ve been worse, been through much worse than, than Biden and Kamala. We’ve been through much worse than a transgender actors. The news lit up to date about a transgender actress. Who’s going to be a boy, but our characters are not going to change on the television show. Look power to you. But this is news. This is, this is news and Hollywood. This is something that should be written. An article about it in a time of such.
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Listen to you,
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Come on, re we really need to get over ourselves. Honestly, as this is imperative, this whole idea of self respect. Self love self-care in the whole nine yards. Write it when you really sit down and think about it right now, listen, it is true that you can abuse the hell out of yourself with your own internal language, right? You’re no good. You’re a bomb. You’ll never be anything just like your father, just like your mother. You’re just like or whatever.
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But to be quite honest with you, this focus on Self this focus on Self is really what drives a lot of these weird things that are happening. Culturally. Just thinking about the weird thing about it is it’s not a focus on Self from a literal improvement, from a critical aspect aspect, right? In other words, if there were a focus on the dissolution of self, if you were a focus on a repairing the negative aspects of yourself, then maybe we might see, then maybe we might see something, but instead it’s more often a dissection of all of the worst parts of yourself and only, only actions and agonies in the room in real time, right?
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So only taking action that gets attention and only reverting to past agonies. That is how we manage the Self. That is how we gain self respect. That is how we can gain self love and self, whatever the hell else. It is strange, strange that we find ourselves so wrapped up in the Self right? This is who I am. Call me by this title. Call me by that name, call me by this. Don’t refer to me. I am a non-binary. I am,
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Nobody really cares
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At the end of the day. You know, nobody really cares what you are. I mean, when you pay as a person on the street, when you have a hard conversation with someone, when you get your coffee in the morning, do you really mull over what you’re dealing with? Do you know what their face even look most of the time? So I want to talk about a year. I want to talk about the resiliency of our time and past times with Humanity. I want to talk about lying. Democrat hypocrites caught dining out during lockdown. You know, this is a real thing. This is a real thing. Cuomo, top AIDS, hold a press conference indoors without face coverings.
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Now the real thing. Oh yes. Cuomo and his Budd to get they get on the television until you forget about Thanksgiving. There can be no Thanksgiving. Wait until you wait until you find out what they unleash on us for, for Christmas. You know, you think they had it out for the main pilgrims, the main old Pilgrim’s and the Indians. What do you see? What they have for Jesus Christ? There going to try to destroy Christmas on the backs of, on the backs of swollen data. Right? Think about it for a minute, who was inputting the data for the last few days, right? It would probably be a, back-up probably be a back-up of data and explosion of cases.
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And, and then the tyrants we’ll get on the S on the microphones again. No, no, you will not see your family. UK minister Warren’s Brits could be denied normal life without COVID vaccine, these or the suicidal modern tyrants of our time. Okay. The Virginia state motto is thus, always to tyrants. Maybe it’s why I love it here so much. Thus, always to tie, right?
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The in the moment in the moment, tyrants can be terrible. Tyrants can be terrifying. I feel like I’m reading a children’s book in the moment. You can get scared, right? You think about tyrannical rule. You get nervous, you get terrified. Oh my God, they got all the power. They told me what to do. They’re going to shut the power and the water off to my house.
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But when you are,
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We have a planet of a billion. Okay. Don’t forget that we have a planet of 8 billion and in history has almost never been kind to tyrants. Do you remember what happened to Mussolini? What about Saddam? Hussein? What about Adolf? Hitler? What a bit too. I need to go down the list, right? History is not King to tire and it doesn’t always have to be America either, right? It doesn’t always have to be American. It comes to the comms to the, the aid of the people being, being brutalized by Thai radical rule.
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Sometimes it’s just people. Sometimes it’s just the groups of people who have had enough of the tyrants. This is not me calling for any kind of anything violent having to do with governors or mayors across this nation. This is me recognizing a pattern in history where men get over their head in their own power, right? They get polluted by their own power. As my father would say, and a history doesn’t shine on them, right? History simply does not shine on these men in the longterm.
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They were often rooted out of their powerful positions and killed. And we haven’t seen tyrants like that at the state level, but we’re getting close, right? It’s getting close. It’s getting pretty close. I mean, if we have cops knocking people, doors in and going crazy and, and, and pulling people out of their houses during We, you know, with the pulling people out of their houses with a fork and the ham on it still during Christmas. And also if we have Thai radical rulers in the form of mayors and governors who decide that it’s time to shut things down again, and they, and people are broke and hungry, people are swallowing and choking on vast amounts of American debt, you know, vast amounts of American debt.
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I don’t know
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It’s going to be an issue. It’s not going to be a short-term issue and it’s not going to be an issue that people aren’t going to answer to.
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That’s where my head is today. You know, I got a, I got a call. No, I’m sorry, I didn’t get a call. I got a message from a long time. Friend sent me a soundbite of it was the soundbite of one California governor, or no, I think it was the mayor of Los Angeles actually spouting. It was three months ago. It was kind of old, but, but it still has the same effect, you know, spouting the nonsense about, ah, the party’s in the Hills, in the super spreaders. And 10% of people spread all of the disease. And these people are loud and they’re in rental homes in the Hollywood Hills and we’re going to shut their power and water off.
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If they will become a nuisance. And they wound up doing that to a few, to a few people, He sends me this, you know, this guy has a long time friend. You got to understand long time friend, long time Sinek. Right. We met in high school. He got excoriated by the reading teacher for reading his own book and reading class. And most of the time, to be honest with you, I mean, we moved away from where we grew up. Both of us. I haven’t, I haven’t actually seen the man in probably a decade, but we’ve stayed in contact. He usually gets in contact with me when he’s at his wit’s end, When he’s about at his wit’s end is usually when I hear it from.
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And you know, I’d tried to offer a voice, have a reason. Most of the time, I try to use my confidence and kind of where my head’s at and where my preparedness level is in these tough times. And he sent me this sound and a, you know, even though, even though it was old, it moved me.
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Me for the moment to hear it, to see The the audacity to think for a moment that this guy sat down, you know, these aren’t these aren’t you tubers. We’re not talking about YouTube and mayors and governors. We’re not talking about, we’re not talking about Donald Trump thrown up a late night tweet that he’s gonna regret in the morning, write like a one nighter. We’re talking about people, surrounded by teams of other people, PR teams, the whole thing, right? The whole shooting match is my brother-in-law would say, Yeah, boss, you know?
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Yeah. You tell them, you tell them we’re going to shut the power off and shut the water off. That’ll teach them. I started to think about this and it really moved me. Not, not out of fear of these kinds of tyrants, right? I mean, you’re not going to scare me and you shut my power, my water off for a week or whatever. It’s not, you know, big whoop. We’d probably need it to be honest, my family, we could probably use a week with no power. Anyhow. It wasn’t a, it wasn’t a fear of, of people with such audacity.
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It wasn’t fear of power and water loss by, by Tyron, local state level leadership. It was, it was literally fear for the suicidal, modern tyrants. I was literally scared for these people. They seem not to know the history of tyrants. They seem the thing that if they push people far enough that the, there are enough guards to keep them safe. They seem to assume that the law will keep them safe. They seem to assume that the police that they hate are going to be there to protect them.
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They seem to assume that there is anything that can be done to stop a violent, desperate, angry mob. There’s a certain level of anger and a certain amount of people in a certain level of chaos that almost nothing can stop. Almost nothing. There’s only so many things, right? Like a carpet bombing, like a nuke, like a Moab, right?
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Like flanking gunfire. Well, you get any, you know, it depends on the amount of people really,
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And for some reason, these guys have a lot of faith in the fact that they can keep pushing people out of work, pushing people, to close their businesses, pushing people to, to not pay, not ask for rent from other people, even though they have to pay two different. And you know, you guys know how these rent rental units work, right? There’s a, there’s this weird thing. And it’s going away, I think in America. But there’s this weird assumption that if you have a rental home than you are rich, or if you have a business than you’re rich and a, you know, these guys are a lot of them or just a guy who has a house and he’s got another house and he makes 300 extra dollars off of renting that other house out.
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And because of all of this, the government’s been telling him, Oh, you know, you rental forgiveness. You got to give him one more month than this. And The and pushing and pushing and pushing. And they seem to think for some reason that history will just smile on the man. They were just here trying to help. They were just protecting us. They knew better. Listen. This is what time it is. All right. It is a time for humane, humane and thoughtful disobedience in support of Liberty.
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That is what you heard. Would you, Stephen men King said about this being a psychological and technological war. And if you heard my daily audio cash, I think it’s pretty clear. We don’t understand this war, but we’re in this war.
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One of the things I think we don’t understand most about this Wars, that we’ve all been conscripted and we’ve all been drafted from the youngest of us to the oldest. You know, when you conduct a war like this of media, manipulation of market manipulation of a price manipulation, right? Stock manipulation, future manipulation. Well, this isn’t warfare with, with guns and stuff, right? So we don’t have to have a minimum ages to a start, a salting, a child’s brain and manipulating the way they think about the world.
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You don’t need a minimum age for that. Right? You can do that through YouTube. You can do that through elementary school and they do that. That’s being done. Now, the reason I want you to understand this because our site, if you want to draw sides okay. In this thing. And I think our side is a little, eh, our side is a little more than you think. Okay. In terms of, well, it’s a little harder to define. And I think it’s going to become harder and harder to define as time goes on, but our side in this, right.
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Which if I had to give it a, a, a broad definition would be those who believe in freedom and Liberty, those who want a nation and a world that can be democratized and moved by the will have the people and not by the will of those with a bunch of money or a bunch of power. We have this idea that, you know, we are preparing, we’re preparing to go to war one day, maybe for our Liberty and our freedom, like one day, all the time shall come.
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And we may have a great war with China or some other bad guy, some terrorist group, or, or even, you know, a revolution in our own nation or a civil war in our nation or an overturning of the governmental system to something better.
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It’s a brilliant move on the part of the enemy’s to have you tied up in that thought, one day a war will come and I will be ready. What could be better than to have a soldier preparing for a war while unbeknownst to him, he’s already in the midst of fighting one. It’s just not the war he’s been training for. Right? Many of you out there have been training for the war of body armor and M sixteens and AR fifteens and AK 40 sevens and nine millimeter and 45 ACP. Right.
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And you’ve been shooting down range and you’ve been shooting prone and you, and you’ve been oiling guns, and you’ve been stacking Maggs and they look good on you. It’s all good. Right? Good on ya. Training is in this necessary, But you’ve been fighting a war all along. Just didn’t know it. You’ve been thinking to yourself, I’m going to be ready when the day comes. And I’m going to eliminate this threat before digs into my children before it changes the face of the world in a way that we can change it back.
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We are here, we are here, and this is not a, a, you know, for all the pushups and all the punching of heavy bags and all, you know, all of the things that you do to be ready, Right. For all the things that you do to be ready, it’s already here, the children, your grandchildren, they’ve already been drafted into this battle. Just think about that for a minute. Just to think about that for a minute.
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That doesn’t mean it’s time to go a Unabomber. You know what I mean? It’s not what I’m getting at. It’s just an understanding. Okay? It is an understanding that now we have to look at the way we have behaved for a very long time and a little differently. We have to understand that it is a time for humane and thoughtful disobedience and support of Liberty. It’s not a time for terrorism, domestic terrorism in support of Liberty is that won’t get you anywhere that won’t get you anywhere that will, that will set us all back.
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Right? And in fact, that will empower those who want to destroy us, but make no mistake about it. The target is free men. That’s it? The target is the idea that man should be free no way. And the icing on the cake or the cherry on top is going to be the fact that they’re going to have an artificial intelligence that will be able to rule in favor of a man not being free. What do you mean, man? Should be free. Look what he’s done to the earth. Look what he does to each other. Look what he does to his brother. Look what he does to his sister. Look what he does to his mother. Look what he does to his children.
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You’re telling me that this creature, this sapiens should have free will I think no matter how you slice it, no matter how you slice it, there isn’t a computer program and the world that would take in the data and, and, and vote for man’s freedom. Right? And I think people in power, or we’re going to use that to their advantage. They already are. They already are.
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So you have to understand what that means for you. You have to understand what that means for you. There is no great war coming. There is no great moment in time when we line up, right where we line up and face down the enemy. Unfortunately, every day for you is a battle. Now, fortunately, and unfortunately, and you know, every single year I get a little feeling about what’s coming the next year and it’s not going to think it’s God talking to me or anything like that.
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I know you people, and I know what you’re going to do. So I’d love to see a pictures of customizable load outs and what you do in your vehicle to be prepared with your fire edge. But anyway, fire edge.org, a promo code PBN, $7 off free shipping back to the story. Okay. Mark calls me back. I’ve mentioned this already. So I’ll be quick about it. Mark calls me back and says he wants to, to stick with PBN longer. Now that he got to know us, now that you got to understand that we are allies. Now that he’s got to understand what we’re about, matches up with what he’s about.
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And I’m telling you right now, the year of 2021 for people like us, the value of allies is going to go through the roof, say what you want about the value of silver, about the value of gold, about the value of ammo in 2021 or the value of your core principles, the value of allies who share that, who share those, it’s going to skyrocket. It’s going to be, it’s going to mean more than ever before.
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And it’s going to show up in your life in weird way. So keep your eyes out for it, right? You’re gonna see things happen to you in 2021. When you meet a person who is of your ilk, and you’re going to say, Oh, okay, I’m telling you, I’ve never really had a moment like this, where I thought that community, or I thought that cohesion where I thought that the people we’re going to link themselves together behind a common call. I just thought it was work. And for the most part it is. But I’m telling you, 2021 PBN family, keep your eyes peeled for allies in the workplace, in business, in your personal life, in your kids’ lives.
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I’m telling you, we were at such a desperate time that I think people are going to, I think people are going to open up there, going to open up and say, Hey, you’re like me. Let’s spend more time together. Let me offer you this. Let’s do that. Let’s figure this out. I just feel like that’s, that’s what we’re going to see. One of the things that we’re going to see in 2021, all right, let’s take a break PBN. Let’s do some ads real quick. We’ll come back and keep on with the show.
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But I wore myself out a little bit on that 30 minute monologue.
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So let’s do a couple of
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As will come back and I’ll open up chat and see what’s going on in the chat. And we’ll get into the Resilience of Humanity after this,
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We, we, we gifted three books from Rick Austin. The survival is a gardener. I mean, just it’s. Yeah, it’s a big deal. Right? Every day the preppers medical handbook goes out every day. A fire’s edge goes out every day, a a a, a volume of paradise Creek goes out, you know, just is what it is. Enjoy yourselves. So holidays here, let’s have a look. See, we got some lasered magazines, me, gray, getting, getting Spartans wrote, wrote into his magazines there, you know, those will slip right into a fire edge.
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I’m telling you very cool though. And you just see, and who’s in chat room. We got to meet gray. We got a vote Cana. We got Melinda Lee, J Fergie. Oh, my look at this. We got ourselves a nice little chat room happening. Beautiful, beautiful group heyday group. Hey, they grew element.io. So you get into the chat. folks’ if you want to, you gotta do stuff. You know, there’s work to be done. If you want to join us over here at element in our EOC, we have USA shortages USA, whether a natural emergencies, world events, a deal, find a farm and livestock, open chat, open chat, just for fun.
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One of my favorites, the tinfoil helicopter landing pad, which is a room dedicated to radical conspiracy. And we have fun in there. You know, just for fun, a bunch of funny stuff. Also, our members only chat or continuity meets over email@example.com. Please come join us. What you’re waiting for. It’s a good, is this the wind’s kid? Yep. Good deal. When I just popped in the open Prepper tips and tricks room, and I see the little man, the little man with The with the big gun looking good, looking good of a live chat is looking great.
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Holiday was a absolute blast. I dunno how you guys fared. I hope you folks in Chad had a good one. Apparently the guy who engraved me Grey’s magazines also engraved pumpkin pie. So I’m sure that was pretty cool. I’m sure that was pretty cool. We cooked entirely too much in eight to me, you know, its the same old glutinous story of Thanksgiving. Write the same old gluttonous story of Thanksgiving, whole ducks, whole turkeys, you know, mashed potatoes, green beans ’em and Dean six, seven desserts.
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Nobody ate. It’s a, you know, it’s just, it is the glutinous holiday, but it’s fun. It was great. Very, very quiet from me. Not typical, not typical, but things are changing, you know, outside of all of this COVID and all this and that, you know, things are changing in life. In general, my family is getting older. You know, the, that my family here in these walls is getting older, the weird transfer from from, and I don’t know if this has always been this way. I think for some people that never happens, but for some people it does happen.
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You know, there’s, there’s a time when, when children, you know, you wake up in the morning. My favorite memories was to wake up on Thanksgiving morning and I would wake up after mom, you know, mom would have a 30 pound Turkey or something write like four people, 30 minutes would be in the oven and she’d be up early to get it in the oven. And I would I’d wake up and be in the, you know, the Ninja turtle pajamas. And I get out from under the blankets and the one of the first things you would smell was at Turkey roasting.
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Oh man, it was going to be a good day around here. And a, you know, my mother has a great cook. So Thanksgiving was always a phenomenal, just, just phenomenal. And you know, for, for a long time, we also did Thanksgiving at mammals house, right? Mammal being my grandmother on my mother’s side, we would pool entire picnic tables into the living room inside the home entire picnic tables, 20 plus people, right. Cuomo would fall out of his seat if that was going on today. And it would be going on today to, by the way, 20 plus people lined up on a picnic tables in a living room, right football on no one could see the TV, but football was on kids, myself and my cousins crawling underneath a, a mid, the shoes table lined with food.
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I mean just lined with food, desserts, sprayed all across the kitchen and just monumental memories, you know, monument. But, but there comes a time when I don’t know how it all worked out. I can’t remember. But there came a time when we started doing a more intimate affair at home, in the Inn at my parents’ home, you know? So it went from being an event at my grandparents where my mother would show up to see her mother to an event where we did it at our home. You know, and for a long time, even after I moved, I made my way up there or they made their way down here to celebrate Thanksgiving and we all do together and it was a good and it was fun.
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And now that same transition is taking place. That same transition is taking place. You know, it’s, we are the ones doing it and it’s becoming more intimate. It’s not such gigantic. Everybody. Family of fair. My sisters, you know, my niece, my sister are, they’re both getting older and things are changing. You know, this is a life it’s like, I’ve been telling you, phases things happen in phases. When they’re shitty, you have to recognize the face phases. This is a phase thing. You know, some phases last a hell of a long time.
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But when it’s bad, you have to recognize its a face. And just as importantly, when it’s great, man, when it’s great, you have to recognize it as a face. So you guys went as bad. You want it to be a face to face. You want to get out. God it’s terrible. I can’t take it anymore. So the phase thing fits the only goal, you know, like you can only suffer for so long, But when it’s good, when you’re under the picnic tables and you’re in your mammals living room and you’re innocent, you know, and your parents are smiling and laughing, your father’s drinking beer and your mother’s, you know, laughing with her sisters.
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I don’t, who knows what your older sister and cousins are doing. The families are together, whole families, five siblings, all with children, you know, ranging just the sheer range. I think it was like, I don’t know, 25 down to newborns, you know, maybe even 30 to newborns.
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It’s a lot,
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All phases, PBM family. If you’re in one of those phases right now, one of those precious phases may start keeping a journal, start writing it down, start paying massive amounts of attention. Attention. I can tell you right now, the things that you will look back on, things that you will look back on and smile are, will be the attention. One of the, really one of the biggest motivating factors of why I’m sitting in this chair right now doing this thing, doing this podcast, you know, four or five years ago, this podcast has had has a good a chance of going away as a bit of sticking around.
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Not because it wasn’t doing well, to be quite honest with the I AM Liberty show has never done it.
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Well. I mean, it’s never, you know,
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You know, I’ve never rested my hat on the show is a form of income or a whatever. You know, its done Mia, hell of a lot of good. And I hope that, you know, and, and, and I can honestly say it’s done other people, hell of a lot of good too. You know, it’s definitely influenced people to do things that have made their life better and that’s a good feeling, but you know, it was my desire to pay more attention to my kids and to be around my kids. More that that made all of what you see here at PBN possible. If I was working a full-time job at a, you know, some place that demanded me, sit in their box for eight hours a day, I wouldn’t have the time to do this.
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I wouldn’t have the time to run. The Prepper Broadcasting, Network, it’s just wouldn’t exist. You know, this faulty, the idea that we have to have people in a building, we have to have a building. We have to have people in the building and they have to be there for hours because that’s what they owe us, man. It’s crazy. It’s crazy.
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But it’s all changing.
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So let’s talk about the resiliency of Humanity shell. We let me see if I can ride this thing, right? There’s no gap. Let me just tell you this. There’s no guarantee that this part of the show was going to go off properly because resiliency and Humanity and this conversation is it’s tough. It really has to be, it really has to hit just right. To pull it off just right. And because, you know, just is what it is. I’m not the penultimate expert, but I think I can get us there. Right?
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I think I can get us there. I’ve got some resources before me. I’ve got some stories. I’ve got some, because four for a short time, I was kind of obsessed with cavemen. You know, I was kind of obsessed with early Pleistocene era. Humanity all the way up to really all the way up to neolithic era. Humanity up until the point where we were like, Oh, we can just put these animals in boxes and we can plant the seeds and stick around for a little while.
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That’s kind of where I started feeling comfortable. I know massive changes happen from neolithic on, but there’s something about early plays to seeing the paleolithic era all the way through to neolithic that for me, You, you look back at those. I mean, you look back at that piece. It’s a massive swath have time to, by the way, just so you understand it. Right? So homo, homo habilis all right. AKA the handyman of the species, sort of that first sort of that first human derivative, right?
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Not the first of the genus homo, but the first wear, the common name becomes a human, right? The gene is homo even older, right? 8 million years Australopithecus or something like 3 million years ago. Right. But let’s, we’ll go with homo habits will go with the early plays to the scene to, and a half a million years ago. Right. And the reason I bring this up and the reason I want to talk about two and a half a million years ago in South Africa, right.
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As, because that’s how long we’ve been at it. That’s how long we’ve been at it at what James at what that’s, how long we’ve been at survival. That’s how long we’ve been at it. So like contemporary homo habilis brain size generally varied from 500. Well from 31 to 55 cubic inches to highly fragmentary skeletons based largely on assuming a similar anatomy to the earlier Australopithecus because of this has also been proposed on the Cavs to be moved to the genius. Australopithecus however, the interpretation of the homo habilis is a small statured human with inefficient long distance travel capabilities has been challenged.
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This whole putting and piecing together of our history is not just incredibly interesting to me, but I think it’s vital for people to understand, you know, we were a meat primarily. I mean, we were meat. We were struggling to survive. You know, it was not a happy time for homo habilis. We were figuring out a whole new lifestyle outside of the swinging in the trees and living in the trees.
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What we ate was changing,
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W what, what society kind of looked like now, there are only assumptions that can be made, right? And most of the time, everything is drawn towards a drawn towards chimps and baboons. And you know, those types of creatures to say, this is how things were, right. This is what you need to know when they find these specimens, these rare specimens of homo habilis. They seem that they, they find that, that we had throwing sticks and rocks.
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Right. And we had enemies that looked just like us and acted like us. We had enemies that walked around like us, right. We had enemies in our own species that we had to do battle with. We were also, we were also meet, right? Like they, they find specimens with legs that were chewed off by crocodiles, right? One specimen
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You know, so what it was, what
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A hygienic is, right. Just imagine a giant one chasing down a little homo habilis who has, you know, he’s not, you can’t even probably run like a
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Gus Sabretooth cats.
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Right. They ate us like crazy. I mean, these were, these were real life monsters that we had to have to survive.
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The group size range from 70 to 85 members on the upper end of, of a Chimp and Pat Boone group sized. Right. So we were picked off the week or likely in the children were likely,
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I mean, this was a life. This was life
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Back 2.5 million ago,
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Habilis was scavenging meat. Right. Probably haunting a little bit eating some animals too, and jackals or cheetahs, or they say fruit was a big part of the diet.
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I can tell you right now, you know, the guy,
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The handyman nickname of homo habilis was one of the reasons why you also start paying attention to Humanity at this stage, because it was a, it was the early stone tool Lage, right. It was when we started figuring up, which is, I mean, it’s just such an important moment in the history of the universe. Not just the world, not just a plan and not just Humanity, but nothing we know of has ever done it. Nothing we know of has ever seen. I mean, you could argue that orangutans do it and chimps do it now, and that type of thing. But I tend to wonder, I don’t know the science, but I know that there are a lot of people who are saying that these monkeys are evolving too.
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Right? These apes are evolving to, and they’re in an evolutionary process and in some billion a year, or is there going to be us, right. Or whatever. I mean, maybe who knows, I won’t be around to prove it wrong, or we’re not wrong. It’s very convenient. When you can say things like that. Right. All the chimps are going to evolve into human beings in 2.5 million years. Oh really? Okay, cool. Well, you won’t know anybody who’s alive and there was a good chance,
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But before humans, before
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Or homo habits, there was no nobody around that they could watch. There was no podcast. There
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Dave Canterbury to turn on, to say, you know what? I think I might be able to make a knife out of this rock. I might be able to make a chopper out of this stone. I might be able to Chuck this pointed would stick through the heart of an animal so I can eat it.
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This wasn’t done in a time with climate control,
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Stone brick, insulated, wooden framed walls around
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I mean, this was a time where we lived in and of the earth and we were fighting for our survival, both from starvation and disease, as well as being ripped into pieces by a hyena Dawn or a saber tooth.
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What I would give just to be able to watch
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It would probably be gruesome and terrible. You’d probably hate what you see,
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But man would, I would give just to be able to see early man on his grind daily,
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Right? Early man on his grind,
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Figuring out the rocks, figuring out the tools, figuring out how to deal with, with all of this
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Right. Homo erectus.
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I can’t even begin to describe the next one.
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Homo Heidelberg Genesis,
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You know, all the, while we’re out living people just like us. Where’s that tree. I had a tree.
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I don’t know where it went.
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And a tree of all of this information. You can see sort of the people that we outlived, right?
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This is not it. This is the age. This is the age of the fishes. The age of the reptiles, the age of the mammals. I had a better one that broke down the different, the different creatures that we outlived, like Neanderthal and a quote. What’s the, what’s the other one clove. I can’t think of not Clovis.
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I can’t think of it. There’s another human type species that is going on.
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Go on, go on.
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A lot of people say that scientists believe archeologists, whatever. Believe that the, they didn’t adapt to the changing climate of the world at the time. I know I’m not supposed to say that right. For a number of reasons. No, one’s happy. If you say that, that statement right there, they, they were unable to survive the changing climate of the time. That’s a no win situation. It’s a no win phrase. You say that people on the left say what? No, no, no, no. We are the cause of climate change. The industrial revolution is the cause of climate change. So that there’s no way there could have been meaningful climate change before we started burning fossil fuels.
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You’re a climate denier. Right. And then you say that same phrase and on the right, you get attacked because you know, they, they couldn’t survive because of the changing climate. Oh, you’re trying to terrify us in to the fact that you were a conspiratorial. You’re a climate conspirator. I don’t
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I worried about what would make people upset. I’d probably never do another show, but anyhow, to see, to see us outlive, many of those species of people just like us with whom, I’m sure we waged war. If they live nearby,
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Made as much love as a war that we waged. And if I had to guess, I’d say the prospect of us mating, reproducing with the, a human esque groups until they were all but gone and swallowed up by, by homosapiens. Yeah, probably probably pretty close. You know? So we find ourselves as Hunter gatherers, right? And the paleolithic period homosapien, you know, 500,000 years ago or something along those lines, what do they say?
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What’s, what’s the statistic. Yeah. 300,000 years ago, figuring this planet out,
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Still running for our lives. Don’t get me wrong.
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You know, we’re still running for our lives as even as homo-sapiens not from as many nightmarish creatures, a lot of people believe we’ve lived We at this point, we had lived through several extinction events, right? Motivation and emotion, consciousness, and thoughts, sleep and dreaming, sexuality, and love tools and technologies. I’m seeing if there’s anything in here about that war trade in the economy’s not really history habitat
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The life cycle. Very interesting. You know,
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Very interesting to wrap your head around this idea of what it is. We’ve been through a long time before a long time before we even started choosing leadership in the sense of Kings and Queens and tyrants and presidents, The ice age was no picnic either. You know, the ice age is something to consider as well, massive extinction level event. You can look up the younger Dryas just to get an idea of how close that was in the great spend years of history, right?
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Or if you sit down and say that we started assuming the position of human 2.5 million years ago, and you see that some 10,000 years ago, we were fighting off a worldwide extinction brought on by an ice age with miles thick of ice over Manhattan. Right? If not for fire, I don’t know if not for fire. I don’t think that I don’t think any of this will be happening. None of these things that are happening right now, I don’t think any of them would be. I think we would of gone the way of everyone, else of everything else, most things right?
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That hyena, Don creature, massive, terrifying a unit Don dead. I’m pretty sure he bit the dust around the same time as the dire Wolf arouse this round the same time as the short nosed cave bear around the same time as The a saber tooth cat,
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Just think about it, right? You get gets cold.
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The grass goes away. Can’t grow. The foliage goes, it’s gone. And the younger populations die off these populations that feed the high unit, dons, the dire wolves, the short face bears that they all die. They starved to death and die because this is what they do. We go out and we hunt these and meat animals and we eat these meat animals, but now all our meat animals are gone. So we die Or Humanity we figured out another way. We figured out different ways. We followed herds of animals. We learned how to forage.
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We learned how to fish through the ice, things like that.
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It’s in a minute,
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We, we actually adopted the, the, the wolves, right. Did come on on board and help us out in our trying time. Sorry, but I’m just not ready to throw that all away over pandemic and an hour and a geriatric leader of the free world. I’m not ready to throw that all the way on the backs of motherboards and artificial intelligence and all these other threats that keep you awake at night.
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I just don’t find it well, you know, I find it very hard to believe that doesn’t mean that I don’t think dark times are coming. I think depending on where you are and depending on who you are, very, very dark things could be a foot. And I don’t just mean the dark winter. I mean dark times for a long time,
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But I’ll tell you what.
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I also don’t think it’s the end of all, things to come Because Humanity is resilient and it has been through much worse and worse. And one thing that has not happened Over all those millions, I mean, we don’t know in detail, but for the most part, it’s been a progression and progression. In other words, we didn’t go from the neolithic creature back to the paleolithic creature. Now there are some paleolithic tribes, well, not paleolithic, but there are some, a Hunter gatherer tribes still around, but they do some, they also partake in a, some forms of neolithic farming and that type of thing and a gregarious societies, but
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We don’t go backwards. You know what I mean? So
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It’s just another chapter. It’s just another phase. What we’re living through the difference now is we have, we have a lot more on our side. There are a lot more of us and we also have this incredible compass of life, Liberty in the pursuit of Happyness to carry on with.
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I have a request in the chat room.
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I lost it.
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You guys are chatting it up so much about powdered eggs that I lost it. Melinda Lee. Okay. Melinda Lee is the homesteading mother of the Prepper Broadcasting Network. She is a, she’s taken care of many of us. She’s opened our eyes to many things. She walks the walk before the end of the show. She says, I’m interested in knowing if anyone has purchased and made anything with powdered cheese eggs, The volcanic, and Chad says powdered eggs from thrive, cook up just like scrambled eggs and a pretty good.
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Yeah. So feel free to jump in to the, the, the chat rooms. The the EOC and let us know maybe an open chat or whatever. Give Melinda Lee a little bit of information about powdered cheese and powdered eggs experience. I can tell you right now from my personal experience, If I rehydrate them properly and take my time in the morning, I often get a scrambled egg of some kind, not necessarily powdered, I guess, but, but freeze dried.
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And like I said, if I take my time in the morning when I camp or when I go eat these bagged meals, which I don’t do a lot, but I’ve done them several times, they could be good. And you know what? I’ve had cheesy scrambled eggs before, you know, like in a mountain house style and well, my experience with these, my experience with all of this stuff, this powdered stuff and this dehydrated stuff, and this freeze dried stuff, his It’s a lot like cooking regular food. And what I mean by that is number one, you need to taste it when you think its done and you may not be done with it yet.
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You know? So I remember eating biting into a scrambled egg freeze dried. That was not all fully hydrated yet. And yeah, it tastes like a sponge. It was just like biting into a sponge. It was hard to tear. It was not done. You know what I mean? So these things had to be The when you mess around with these ingredients, it seems to me like the more thorough in the more patient you are in, the more careful you are in the more thoughtful you are within the preparations, the better product you have. You know, it reminds me of like, when you whip up a powdered milk, you know, I mean, you whip up powdered milk and I’ve done it before by package instructions, right?
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This is a, this is the whole of cooking at the end of the day, but I’ve done it with package instructions and I drink whole milk. I drink mil, you know what I mean? As close to milk as you can get nowadays, that’s what I,
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I like to drink.
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And when I make the powdered milk with the recommended amount of water and milk, I drink it and I go, this is horrible. It’s horrible. So what do you think I do? I’m modified the directions and I think it’s important when you get into thrive. When you get into August and farms, when you get into cooking with freeze, dried ingredients and things like that, do the same thing, do the same thing. While the package says, I’m supposed to add calf, a cup of water and boil for 15 minutes. But every time I make it, it’s just the, the, the, the rice is still a little crunchy or whatever it is. Just take the time to modify the next time you do it.
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I know the package says a thing, but you’re smart. You’re all smart. You are all you’re well-equipped, you all can easily wrap your head around this thing. Don’t taste, right. I am going to change it, add more or less or add less, cook it longer, let it sit longer. You know, and I really do believe that any of those things can become delicious. If you take the time you, you work on it, you do it over and over again. You put the reps in and, and, and you modify to the weight to your taste. You know, never forget that you’re cooking for you and the people you love primarily.
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So if they say they don’t like that kind of dehydrated cheese, okay, lets try a different one. That’s all. So those are my 2 cents. Melinda Lee on powdered eggs, powdered milk cheeses. I could go deep. We could talk about vegan cheeses. We do all kinds of crazy cheeses in our house. But rather than do that, I think I’m going to call it a night. Yeah, I think I’m going to call it a night. I don’t have any big announcements to make tonight. We did our ads. We gave our blessings to our supporting sponsors. Please do me a favor and support the sponsors that support The Prepper Broadcasting Network if you please, it’s a big deal, you know, it’s a big deal for us.
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Anytime we get a sponsor, it’s a big deal for us. Cause we’re not out there. We’re not out there hunting. I told you a long time ago and not much has changed. I don’t go hunting for sponsors. I’m not looking for short term relationships with people that are a flash in the pan. You know, if we find each other and we talk about a product and the eyes light up and the magic happens, then we do that thing. That’s what we do. You know, outside of that PBN family, a tomorrow with stain D coming to you live, I’m not going to talk about our, our coffee. We’ll we’ll get to that later. You, he may make an announcement tomorrow night about coffee.
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I think that’s it. I’m not going to drag on. I do appreciate you all. You guys are phenomenal as per usual live chat room, always a blast. Glad to hear from all of you and you know, ruminate, you know, on that for a bit PBN family ruminate on that. Okay. We know that we’ve got lying, hypocritical, suicidal, modern tyrants at the wheel at the state level. It’s just what it is. You know, it’s just what it is. Cuomo new, some all, you know, Ruff, Ruff and thinking about the resiliency of Humanity. Okay.
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And understand that, you know, we’re going to get there. We’re going to get there. We’re going to get through this phase. James, when are we going to see another book from you? Melinda Lee? You know, I have no excuses. I have no excuses for you in the Inn, in the chamber, in a chamber. I have a three book series that has to come out soon or it’s going to miss. It’s going to miss its opportunity to be a great one book. I wrote completely one book I wrote almost halfway through.
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I’ll probably scrap the first book because I’m not in love with the idea anymore, but it’s a great series probably. Yeah. When it comes out before that though is a darker trails, darker trails is close, but it keeps getting pushed to the back burner. You know, 2020 has been great for the writing business and has been terrible for my personal writing. And it’s just a matter of discipline, Melinda Lee and I do apologize. It has literally a matter of discipline. It’s literally a matter of me saying established time to write your stuff. I even have a notice that comes up on my phone, right?
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There is a notice that comes up on my phone that says personal writing time and its for a half hour each day, that’s it just 30 minutes. If I did 30 minutes a day between now and the end of this month, the end of this year, I would finish a darker trails and darker trails is God, it’s got some bangers. I’m telling you it has some stories in it that you guys are going to absolutely love. And there’s a little secret tied in a darker trails to that you’re going to love, but I’m just not far enough along to announce it. You know, Melinda Lee says, I should consider a murder mystery, a murder mystery.
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Many if you don’t know it. But I wrote a, a, a murder horror mystery when I was about 18, 19 years old called Danvers lights. And the only the way we could ever get Danvers lights back is if I literally type it all over by hand from the one copy that exists. But it was a fun book. It was a fun. I had an, a crazy dream last night about a giant monster named rebel. I don’t wanna go into it. Cause I already told you I’m signing off, but it was such an exciting dream about this crazy monster named rebel.
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He was human, but he was unstoppable relentless, relentless creature,
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And he was all wrapped in these purple, dark, dark purple cloths, you know, and you could only really see his eyes. And he was jacked. He was a monster six foot six probably. And no one could hurt and we couldn’t hurt him. It’s nothing we could do to hurt him. He kept coming to kill us and he was such a cool character, man. I remember I was so jazzed about, I should of been terrified at a dream like that, but because it was this unstoppable force, but I was so jazzed about the character that I, I woke up after the dream and I wasn’t scared or anything like that. I was just going over it in my head. Don’t forget rebel. Don’t forget rebel.
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Don’t forget it. Don’t forget it. I was so jest. I fell asleep and I had a dream about telling my son about the dream. I literally dreamt of sitting Carter down and saying, man, I had this great dream about this crazy character called rebel. And he was chasing us. Couldn’t stop. He was unstoppable. Hawkey
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I don’t know that’s going to happen one day. There will be a story of a rebel. You know, I do have a murder mystery, Melinda Lee. Oh my God. I forgot all about that too. Yeah. You know, this is what I’ll end on the Intrepid commanders, not firing on all cylinders professionally. You know, you have to understand that I am. If we can get our fear and our sensibilities under control here in Virginia, I am a less than a year away, six, seven months away from both of my children being in school.
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You know, in that it it’s a bittersweet kind of situation right now. My house is full of people. It’s full. I have a little house, little house kids in the house all day wife in the house all day. Dog’s in the house, you know, and I’m the chief cook and bottle washer here, man. I make, make all the food to, you know, so it’s, I love the mall and I’m blessed to have what I have going on in my life. Don’t get me wrong. But writing, writing requires one more than anything else. And that is your undivided attention, particularly fiction.
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You know, if you’re going to write fiction, you need focus. You need undivided attention to pull that off. And I just did. I don’t have that in 2020, you know, it’s just not, I have spurts of it and Fitz of it. So yeah, I mean, I don’t even know what life will be. Like. I don’t even know what life will be. Like if, if, if lady Liberty goes back to work and the two kids go back to school and I literally have a full work day of focused time, God, it’s going to be fun here at PBN. I can tell you that much. All right. So here’s the phases, right?
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You can’t stop them. And we may be entering a new one before this year will be for 2021. Is that it? Prepper Broadcasting Network but I thank you so much. PBN family and a, you know, we’ll talk soon.
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Thank you for listening to the Prepper Broadcasting Network where we promote self reliance and Independence tune in tomorrow for another great show and visit firstname.lastname@example.org.