"There are so many things you can grow in the apartment. Herbs, tomatoes and even mushrooms. Growing food indoors is surprisingly easy if you do it right. My mother grows lemons on the windowsills in the flower pots. Also we have herbs for…"
"You can grow tomatoes on a southern window or eastern windows. It is also preferable to grow small cherry or pear tomatoes, rather than larger varieties grown for slicing. These produce fruits more consistently indoors.To grow the tomato plant…"
Oh I get it, that it has all to do with worst case, When The **** Hits the Fan, and bugging out with a plan (rather than just fleeing in panic mode) needs to happen. I apologize for using the word "idiot." As a retired…"
"Again, thank you all very much. Those that recognized this had nothing to actually do with zombies, and more to do with bug-out/in situations, learning necessary skills that would aid in similar disasters like Katrina/Sandy, prepping for the…"
"If you want to really prepare look at past situations in your area or other areas. For the people trapped in New Orleans a boat was critical for exiting and 3 days supplies was not nearly enough. For floods, it is about high water marks…"
"Lots of good advice in here already, and I'll try not to repeat. Remember that it's important to have a few different plans for different scenarios. Sometimes it's absolutely necessary to bug-out, in which case you'd…"
"It is James Burke Connections #1 - The Trigger Effect
It basically showcases how we are part of a very built up social network that frankly could not function in a post every technology stops working environment.
The few people that could find…"
"I'm partial to Sherlock Holmes on audiobook. They're shorter than novels, being short stories (although the 4 novels are also good). So it's not as boring as trying to get through a novel. Also, they're…"
"+1 JB, you said this very well.
I too could never tolerate a girlfriend who is "always right" or who "walks all over" me. I've ended relationships over that kind of thing.
The damaging thing about the view of the…"