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  1. General Discussion
    https://www.reuters.com/world/uk/uk-gas-stations-are-running-dry-english-cities-retailers-association-says-2021-09-27/ Up to 90% of British fuel stations ran dry across major English cities on Monday after panic buying deepened a supply chain crisis triggered by a shortage of truckers that...
  2. Vehicles & Transportation
    What is the price of gas where you live? Include a picture if you can. It's almost $3/ gallon in southeastern Pennsylvania. The national average price of gas in the U.S. has risen 20.8% since the end of January. It’s on track to hit an average of $3 per gallon this week. I wonder what...
  3. General Discussion
    https://www.opb.org/article/2021/01/26/goodbye-gas-heat-proposals-in-washington-state-seek-to-phase-out-fossil-fuel-heating-in-buildings/ (I have no idea who or what OPB is) In December, Inslee unveiled a package of measures to reduce greenhouse gas emissions, including this proposal to phase...
  4. Disaster Preparedness General Discussion
    Although I'd rather carry gas on the outside of my car, because of the risk of theft if caught in gridlock or having to park and leave it temporarily (the dogs will guard the inside), is there a safe, non-messy, and non-smelly way to carry a couple of 5 gallon cans of gas inside the car if I...
  5. Vehicles & Transportation
    High gasoline prices - its ethanol's fault http://www.marketwatch.com/story/ethanol-price-spike-means-you-pay-more-for-gasoline-2014-04-04 Drivers are paying more for gasoline because of ethanol’s 30% price surge this year.
  6. Disaster Preparedness General Discussion
    Fire is a necessity for warmth, cooking, purifying water, signalling, protection to name a few. There's a whole host of ways to start fires, gas, wetfire, blastmatch,char cloth, wire wool and battery, bic lighter,matches..... Whats your trusted option that you carry either with you and/or pack...
  7. Wilderness Survival, Hiking and Camping Forum
    I just tried to light up my SVEA 123 (40+ year old hand-me-down) that has been sitting for about two years with gas in it. I cleaned the jet with a needle, primed it and guess what? It fired right up! I love this stove! If you are looking for a durable little stove that you can use on a...
  8. Disaster Preparedness General Discussion
    I had a chance to test out the generator in a real lights out situation. This is the first time we lost electric at home since Onan was recalled to the factory. A four hour fault in the underground system was a nice test for the Generac set up. It took me 35 minutes to get the food storage and...
  9. Disaster Preparedness General Discussion
    Hi All So I was wondering if anyone here has any suggestions for a good (and hopefully cheap) gasoline pump for a 55 gallon fuel drum. Given my land, my best option for storing some fuel was a 55 gallon steel drum, which I got for free. (I also have some propane, but don't have enough land to...
  10. Nuclear, Biological and Chemical (NBC) Survival
    I recently ordered a 3M 6200 half-face respirator and for some reason when I breathe in or out slightly the one-way filters sound like somebody is blowing rasberries. Is the mask defective? Would it be safe? I'm new to respirators, sorry. I wish I had more detail to give.
  11. Vehicles & Transportation
    Hey, I purchased my first diesel yesterday. Not my dream truck or even a good BOV, but everybody has to start somewhere. I have a 89 Chevy 2500 6.2 liter 2 wheel drive. Has a 150,000 on it and looks like it has been to quite a few job sites. I only paid $800 for so I figure I cant really loose...
  12. Financial Forum
    Hey guys I just found a awesome way to save money on gas!I am going to most likely order one of these tomorrow or sometime.All you need is, not even $100.Did anyone guess what the method?.......... RUN YOUR CAR ON WATER!!!! Check out the website below and read more.I will also post the video...
  13. Disaster Preparedness General Discussion
    I should've put this with my thread on gasoline storage, but I didn't know it would get so many responses. So I figured I would make a new one just for a poll. Also I made it anonymous, so be honest. Attn. farmers and ranchers Just for clarification, gasoline or diesel doesn't really matter...
  14. Disaster Preparedness General Discussion
    I keep "enough." Mainly because if our BOV were completely empty (which it never is) we still have enough stored to get to our farthest possible BOL if we need to. If it were full then with what we have stored we would have twice as much as we need to get there. The other reason we keep it is...
  15. Disaster Preparedness General Discussion
    okay so I am moving to ft campbell my old bug out location was in texas but I have moved all my supplies with me my new bol is hopefully going to be at family land in wv. the only problem is it is 10 hours via major highways and 16 via back roads roughly 756 miles which is a little over 2 tanks...
  16. Financial Forum
    Former Shell CEO predicts $5.00/gallon gas by 2012 and shortages/1970's style rationing by the end of the decade. http://www.foxnews.com/politics/2010/12/27/oil-exec-predicts-gallon-gas-energy-shortages-decades-end/?test=latestnews :xeye:
  17. Disaster Preparedness General Discussion
    I recently bought the Campingaz Micro Bluet stove and the CV270 cartridge that connects to the stove. What is the safest way to store it long term? For that matter would you advise storing compressed gas like this? Thanks
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