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Everyday Carry Gear Bag Review: Outlaw II tactical shoulder bag review. Is it good for EDC?

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The Outlaw II, by 3V Gear, is a tactical shoulder bag that lives up to the rugged capability of all 3V Gear. 20% larger than its predecessor, the original Outlaw, this shoulder bag is the best EDC bag out on the market. The Outlaw II is hydration ready, made with tough 600D PVC-backed polyester, and has a lifetime warranty. This …

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What did you do to prep this week?

In Uncategorized by M.D. Creekmore50 Comments

Well, as is the norm in Tennessee nowadays it’s gone from a record-breaking high in the ’70s now to predicted lows in the upper teens in the next couple of days. Wow, the ups and downs can be extream here which makes it impossible to get acclimated to the area and the temperatures.  But overall Tennessee is a good state …

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Pulling Your Own Teeth: Emergency Tooth Extraction at Home

In Health and Fitness by M.D. Creekmore8 Comments

Please; try to understand, if I’m not in top form today. For the past three days, I’ve had the most aggravating toothache that keeps getting worse. I scheduled an appointment with the dentist for later this afternoon. I will admit being afraid of the dentist, the thought of him grinding, filling, pulling and let’s not forget those horrible shots, bleeding …

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How To Stop Procrastinating and Start Prepping

In Prepping and Preparedness by M.D. Creekmore3 Comments

I’m sure some readers will pitch a fit in disagreement. They will argue that it’s not procrastination on their part but lack of funds. In some cases, this may be correct, but for the most part, it’s just an excuse for putting off what they know needs to be done. Procrastination is the persistent habit of putting off doing things …

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Greenhouse Gardening Tips – Growing Vegetables in a Greenhouse Year Round

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by Crazy Joe It is in the greenhouse that seeds are started so a larger seedling/plant can go out in the spring and increasing the chances of an earlier and better crop The larger scale greenhouses with their heating units, air circulation systems, automatic water sprinklers, and temperature controls are on a scale most homeowners could not afford or just …

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What Did You Do To Prep This Week?

In Prep Week by M.D. Creekmore33 Comments

What’s going on guys (and ladies)? I hope you all had a great prepping week because of the fact that we will be needing those preps very soon. The shit will likely hit the fan next November after the presidential election results are in. If Donald Trump wins then I see the Democrats going completely off the rales. Yes, they …

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Buying Used Canning Equipment (Buyer Beware)

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by Vickie from Frugal Canning Although I tout the virtues of shopping at yard sales for canning equipment, it is time to give some words of caution. Know what you are buying! All canning equipment (check out this selection of canning equipment at Amazon.com) was not created equal. Hot water bath canners are fairly simple to examine. Hot water bath canners …