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  1. Disaster Preparedness General Discussion
    Nobody would consider soda a practical necessity for survival. However, most of us have to admit that pleasure items are at home in our preps. Chocolate, tobacco, liquor, sweets, ect. There is nothing wrong with keeping some treats around to keep morale up. We are not big soda drinkers. I do...
  2. Urban Survival
    Look at this simple and brilliant way to light interior spaces of a building or house without using electricity. Watch the BBC TV report here:
  3. Disaster Preparedness General Discussion
    First of all, canned soda or soda bottled in plastic bottles have relatively short expiration dates. At work, I've tasted Diet Pepsi that was way past the expiration date and it was like drinking water tainted with paint thinner. As a result, long term storage of soda is out. However...
  4. Disaster Preparedness General Discussion
    It's something we often neglect to have, but can really help if you've got a bad cut or scrape and are bleeding. Soda. I learned this from donating blood, where I normally get dizzy about 3/4 of the way through. Today, I cut myself pretty badly with a bread knife and was bleeding a decent...
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