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  1. Hi kam I have used Seton program in the past. It is good because it is so structured. The only thing I didn't like was that it had to much religion in it. I don't think every subject has to be religious based...you know every math problem, every english lesson, every history class, etc.
  2. Every chance I get, like birthdays, Christmas, I gave my son and wife a few ounces of silver.
  3. Another article on it... Will The Newly Created “Killer Bird Flu” Someday Be Used As A Bio-Terror Weapon To Reduce The Population? http://endoftheamericandream.com/archives/will-the-newly-created-killer-bird-flu-someday-be-used-as-a-bio-terror-weapon-to-reduce-the-population
  4. Lab-Created Bird Flu Virus Poses Massive Threat http://www.foxnews.com/health/2011/12/20/lab-created-bird-flu-virus-poses-massive-threat/
  5. Electromagnetic pulse a real threat Another article on EMP in the Washington Times dated Thursday, December 15, 2011. http://www.washingtontimes.com/news/2011/dec/15/electromagnetic-pulse-a-real-threat/?utm_source=RSS_Feed&utm_medium=RSS I recently posted the following video under the DIY forum. A DIY Faraday Cage idea
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    Google Chrome

    I don't know if it is true or not but I have heard that alot of people have trouble with Google Chrome. Might want to research it a bit first.
  7. Here are 2 favorites at my house. Sweet potatoes Boil 4-6 large sweet potatoes with skins on. Cool, then slice into 1" rounds. Put a layer of potato slices in a caserole dish. Sprinkle sugar and cinnamon liberally over slices. Sprinkle some chopped nuts over layer. Repeat layering potatoes, sugar, cinnamon, and nuts til you have used all potato slices up. Dot with small pieces of real butter. Cover with foil or caserole lid and bake in oven about 45 minutes til very bubbly and cinnamon and sugar are DARK. Uncover, if you have to much liquid you can drain some off then return un
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    Washing Machines

    Oh my goodness. I am going through the exact things as I post. Our 15 yr old Kenmore started acting up and hubby didn't want to put any money into it because of it's age. I sent him to pick one up at Sears since we now have my ailing father living with us. I figured he would know what to get... He gets home and the thing is energy saver, no agitator, low water, has a door lock etc. I used it one time and said "I HATE it".. Hubby loads it up in the truck and I go back to Sears to buy a "regular" washing machine. There was only ONE washer on the floor that looked "normal" so I bought
  9. Accorn bread can be made using acorns from the white oak or the red oak tree (probably others also). White oak have huge acorns There are many different recipes online. I chose one that used equal parts of acorn meal to white flour.Some recipes have so much white flour in them I can hardly call it acorn bread. The recipe I used had no yeast so the loaf comes out similar to a banana bread texture and size. The next loaf I make I will modify the recipe and add some raisins and cinnamon or something to it as I felt it needed something more in flavor. However, the taste was not ba
  10. This probably wouldn't work for us but this is amazing. http://www.wimp.com/lightenup/
  11. CDC now calling U.S. households and demanding child immunization records as part of vaccine surveillance and tracking program The U.S. Centers for Disease Control, which has been comprehensively exposed as a vaccine propaganda organization promoting the interests of drug companies, is now engaged in a household surveillance program that involves calling U.S. households and intimidating parents into producing child immunization records. As part of what it deems a National Immunization Survey (NIS), the CDC is sending letters to U.S. households, alerting them that they will be called by
  12. No Food Rights’ Judge quits to work for Monsanto law firm As courts and bureaucrats continue to assert that citizens have no fundamental right to produce and consume the foods of their choice, we find Monsanto lurking nearby. The Wisconsin judge who recently ruled that we have no right to own a cow or drink its milk resigned to join one of Monsanto’s law firms. http://foodfreedom.wordpress.com/2011/10/11/%E2%80%98no-food-rights%E2%80%99-judge-quits-to-work-for-monsanto-law-firm/
  13. We started using the BIG Roll from Walgreens when Scott shortened their roll. It goes on sale from time to time for .50 a roll. Sometimes it is on sale online for .39 a roll. I buy a few 36 roll cases when it does.
  14. http://www.fao.org/docrep/T0690E/t0690e00.htm#Contents
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    Household Cyclopedia

    Following are agricultural oriented articles from the book published in 1881 called the Household Cyclopedia of General Information. They offer a fascinating historical perspective of what life was like in 1881 and what methods they used to farm. http://www.publicbookshelf.com/public_html/The_Household_Cyclopedia_of_General_Information/agriculture-index.html
  16. Wasn't sure about where to post this. Tons of Information http://survival-training.info/library.htm
  17. I don't know if this has been posted before but I have never seen it here. Lehman's sells a manual washing machine for 500.00....650.00 with the wringer. You can build your own much cheaper. My husband will be making one for us. I have the scrub board, rapid wash plunger and mop bucket with wringer, but this is sooo much nicer..and looks like it will work alot better. Here is Lehman's model: http://www.lehmans.com/store/Home_Goods___Laundry___Washing___Lehman_s__Laundry_Hand_Washer___32823315?Args= and here is the one we can make: http://www.youtube.com/watch?
  18. I just spent 20 minutes putting this post together and got a message that the page had expired…grrrrr Gonna try again…. What is everyone up to these days? Harvesting is long over here in So. La. It is so hot. We are prepping for our fall crops. I planted seeds indoors last week and hubby is starting to work on the beds. We need to have all the plants in the ground by mid to late Sept. The pick below is a new bed we added this year. I grew cucumbers and just for fun, some gourds this past spring. They were “ok” but the ground needs more lime and compost. We have never used co
  19. Having prepackaged medical kits organized by type of emergency can save time and provide assistance immediately in an emergency, some of which could be very serious. This will cut down on having to go through all of our supplies to get what is needed for each emergency. This site lists what to put in each kit for example a burn kit, a wound kit, etc. http://modernsurvivalonline.com/guest-post-shtf-survival-first-response-packs-for-medical-emergencies/
  20. This is a very good 5 part video series on the precient global farming and food crisis . Part 1 of 5 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xShCEKL-mQ8&feature=player_embedded#!
  21. This might explain some of it... http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kr6csLut5co
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