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Looks pretty interesting and yes, I'd agree that there are a growing number of people that are beginning to pull the wool from their eyes and notice the importance of being prepared for any disaster situation. While the class they were taking looked pretty cool, I think personally I'd be more inclined to taking an outdoors and off the grid survival class to sharpen and learn new skills to sustain myself. I haven't learned of any classes like these but I would be interested in taking one. Don't know if I could spend $800 for three days though, thats a lot of money right now.
 

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$800 for a bunch of never to be used info. Really a Yuppie weekend holiday away from the kids. Better use of the money would be a good firearms shooting school. What a clueless couple.
 

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Survival camps and classes are not new. They've been around for a while. Some of them cater to the serious survivalists and others cater to the sheeple just wanting a different experience.
 
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