Is it Crazy to Prep?
- American Preppers Network
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Another man, named Michael, is preparing for an overpopulated world. He lives off the land, off the grid, and developed his own alarm system. He bought some bird feeders and uses the birds as alarms. He spent over 2 decades learning different bird calls for this purpose.
These calls could give the family 5 minutes to avoid any danger. Rather than stock up on firearms like some preppers, Michael doesn’t want to rely on them. Instead, he plugs into the landscape and sees what it can offer. Was he totally over the top? Not really, but he’s thinking a little too “out of the box” for me.
There are even separate plans for people who may have asthma, diabetes, or other underlying health conditions. They even have plans to prep for pets. They gave useful YouTube channels to follow to enhance their knowledge.
Commenters love to share their knowledge. For example, one Redditor bought a deep freezer from Home Depot, while others are learning to can their own produce or raise chickens.
People there document their experiences with sleeping outside in hammocks. They give survival tips for every disaster imaginable. There are recommended items to buy, where to shop, and where to avoid. There are various recommended items for different types of disasters.
Here are a few examples:
|Natural||A light source, cordage & tarps, Shemagh, repellents & sunscreen|
|Economic||Items to trade, potent adult beverages, cigarettes & cigars, whatever you can make|
|Regional||Batteries, firearms, canned foods, bottled water|