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[Suburban Survivalist] Book Review: Tooth and Nail - bot Nail, Tooth, Review, Book, Survivalist, Suburban,
Book Review: Tooth and Nail

Tooth and Nail (2010) by Craig DiLouie is the story of a U.S. Army unit quickly redeployed from Iraq to New York to help restore order and fight a flu-like pandemic. Then things get crazy when some flu victims develop a fast acting rabies infection. The pandemic starts as a respiratory infection with a high border=0


http://suburbansurvivalist.wordpress.com/2011/05/25/book-review-tooth-and-nail/
[Suburban Survivalist] Book Review: Survivors - bot Survivors, Review, Book, Survivalist, Suburban,
Book Review: Survivors

Survivors (1976) by Terry Nation is the story of those in England who survive a pandemic that wipes out over 95 percent of the earths population (also a TV series in the UK). This novel starts off like a lot of pandemic apocalypse novels, everyone is slow to understand what’s going on as public transportation border=0


http://suburbansurvivalist.wordpress.com/2011/05/27/book-review-survivors/
[Suburban Survivalist] From Each According to His Ability, To Each According to His Need - bot Need, According, Each, Ability, From, Survivalist, Suburban,
From Each According to His Ability, To Each According to His Need

Students are asked about redistributing grade point averages (GPA), from the upper 10% to those who may not graduate unless their GPAs are raised. A typical response, “that’s not fair, I worked hard for that.” Same students asked if they favor redistributing wealth, looks like all in the video did. Many tried to deflect this border=0


http://suburbansurvivalist.wordpress.com/2011/06/05/from-each-according-to-his-ability-to-each-accor ding-to-his-need/
[Suburban Survivalist] Review: Kel-Tec SU-16C Carbine - bot Carbine, SU 16C, Kel Tec, Review, Survivalist, Suburban,
Review: Kel-Tec SU-16C Carbine

Several months ago I saw a deal on a Kel-Tec SU-16C ($515 from Bud’s) that I couldn’t pass up. Once I got it, it took awhile to find time to get to a rifle range and shoot it. But now that I’ve shot it, had it apart a few times, and done a few basic border=0


http://suburbansurvivalist.wordpress.com/2011/06/06/review-kel-tec-su-16c-carbine/
[Suburban Survivalist] Review: DuraCoat Shake N Spray - bot Spray, Shake, DuraCoat, Review, Survivalist, Suburban,
Review: DuraCoat Shake N Spray

DuraCoat is a hard polymer paint using a base and hardener (like epoxy) designed for painting firearms, including moving parts, barrels, etc. It dries to the touch after 20 minutes, can be used after curing to eight hours, but takes several weeks to fully cure to super hardness. It comes in dozens of colors & border=0


http://suburbansurvivalist.wordpress.com/2011/07/22/review-duracoat-shake-n-spray/
[SurvivalBlog.com] Letter Re: Simple Prepping for the Suburban Home - bot Home, Suburban, Prepping, Simple, Letter, SurvivalBlogcom,
Letter Re: Simple Prepping for the Suburban Home


Dear Editor: Keep-it-Simple Suburbanite made a common error in thinking that home canning butter is a good idea. Canning butter at home is not a good idea. Botulism toxin cannot be seen, smelled, or tasted and it can be present in canned butter. I'm guessing that Keep-it-Simple heated the...


Dear Editor:

Keep-it-Simple Suburbanite made a common error in thinking that home canning butter is a good idea. Canning butter at home is not a good idea. Botulism toxin cannot be seen, smelled, or tasted and it can be present in canned butter. I'm guessing that Keep-it-Simple heated the butter and either water-bathed it or simply sealed the hot jars without processing. Heat shocks botulism spores (which are normally harmless) into producing the toxin. To prevent that, botulism needs the much higher temperature of pressure canning to be killed. Even then, fat molecules in foods such as butter and...

[SurvivalBlog.com] Letter Re: Simple Prepping for the Suburban Home - bot Home, Suburban, Prepping, Simple, Letter, SurvivalBlogcom,
Letter Re: Simple Prepping for the Suburban Home


Dear Editor: Keep-it-Simple Suburbanite made a common error in thinking that home canning butter is a good idea. Canning butter at home is not a good idea. Botulism toxin cannot be seen, smelled, or tasted and it can be present in canned butter. I'm guessing that Keep-it-Simple heated the...


Dear Editor:

Keep-it-Simple Suburbanite made a common error in thinking that home canning butter is a good idea. Canning butter at home is not a good idea. Botulism toxin cannot be seen, smelled, or tasted and it can be present in canned butter. I'm guessing that Keep-it-Simple heated the butter and either water-bathed it or simply sealed the hot jars without processing. Heat shocks botulism spores (which are normally harmless) into producing the toxin. To prevent that, botulism needs the much higher temperature of pressure canning to be killed. Even then, fat molecules in foods such as butter and...

[Suburban Survivalist] EOTech 512 for $355 via Slickguns - bot Slickguns, EOTech, Survivalist, Suburban,
EOTech 512 for $355 via Slickguns

The Firearm Blog brought my attention to Slickguns.com (very similar to Gun-Deals), where the Accessories list has a link for new EOTech 512 sights for only $355, including shipping. That’s about $25 less than the best deal I could find with military discount a few months ago. Looks like a good site to find current border=0


http://suburbansurvivalist.wordpress.com/2011/06/20/eotech-512-for-355-via-slickguns/
[Suburban Survivalist] Fitness for Survivalists - bot Survivalists, Fitness, Suburban,
Fitness for Survivalists

Recently Ryan and Jarhead Survivor (and Part 2) have written posts on fitness, and even though I’ve commented at both those blogs I’ll post my 2 cents here, too. It’s a good idea to keep fit all the time and not just for survival situations. We all know that but don’t always keep in shape, border=0


http://suburbansurvivalist.wordpress.com/2011/06/26/fitness-for-survivalists/
[Suburban Survivalist] Survival Blog Reviews the Mini-14 - bot Mini 14, Reviews, Blog, Survival, Survivalist, Suburban,
Survival Blog Reviews the Mini-14

Recently Pat of the Survival Blog reviewed the Mini-14, with which he has a couple of decades of experience. However, through email with that reviewer I found he has only owned and fired the older Mini-14s with the thinner barrels, and has not fired the newer model Mini-14 with thicker barrels and retooling, in production border=0


http://suburbansurvivalist.wordpress.com/2011/06/28/survival-blog-reviews-the-mini-14/
[Suburban Survivalist] Acorns as Survival Food - bot Food, Survival, Acorns, Survivalist, Suburban,
Acorns as Survival Food

A lot of prepping involves food storage and learning how to hunt, but especially gardening and small-scale farming. I grew up in a rural area and am familiar with both hunting and farming, but am interested in other food sources often overlooked. Acorns seem to fall in that category and if you have a lot border=0


http://suburbansurvivalist.wordpress.com/2011/07/10/acorns-as-survival-food/
[Suburban Survivalist] From the Survival Blogosphere - bot Blogosphere, Survival, From, Survivalist, Suburban,
From the Survival Blogosphere

Modern Survival Online has a guest post on 10 must haves for the BoB – I agree and carry all 10 myself. Survival Cache has a related post on 3 items every BoB needs (I agree with the list, but don’t have a net – yet). Finally, Nutnfancy has a useful list of gear he border=0


http://suburbansurvivalist.wordpress.com/2011/07/13/from-the-survival-blogosphere/
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