Tuesday, January 20, 2009

Observations of a Prepper - More Prepper Networks

It seems that there are even more prepper networks now. This is a VERY good thing. The more people who are prepared for adversity, the less victims and refugees we will have. Hopefully the lessons learned from Katrina won't have to be re-learned before people realize that self reliance is a good thing.

Check out American Preppers Network for all the different states that now have prepper networks and help everyone become better prepared. Tom has put a lot of hard work into this effort and should be commended for a great job. Thanks Tom from preppers everywhere!

Staying above the water line!



Mayberry said...

It really is an awesome thing, to see it take off so quickly... Now there's your hope! Ha! No empty promises, no political pandering, just good ol' fashioned American "Can Do!" Yessir, there's the hope, and the change!

Cliff said...

Thanks very much for putting up the list of state prepper blogs. I hit the Georgia one and looks like I might be the first person there but I'm watching with baited breath (no, not from eating worms :) hoping that there are more folks in Georgia getting ready than just me. I can't take them all in.
Thanks for your blog!
Cliff in Douglasville

Preparedwarrior said...

Hey Cliff: Just saw your name here. You know you're not the only one in Georgia. Just some of us don't get around everyday. I had no idea that anyone was even considering a Georgia Preppers Network.

I am tired of empty promises by whatever political persuasion. Not so sure there is hope, but I expect we will be seeing a lot of "the change." My, my how things have changed just in the last six months.

LuciferWar said...

How do you get those blog titles with each one's post title over there down the right side of your page? I want to do the same. Thanks.
-Joel the K

HermitJim said...

Since so much of the information and links I pick up from reading all these blogs...I find it very comforting to see so many new networks become available, or at least , called to my attention. Outstanding for us all!

riverwalker said...

To: Mayberry

The pioneer spirit lives on!


riverwalker said...

To: Cliff

You're welcome! I figured someone would like to be able to access their own state networks to see if they are up and running. I put the currently active ones on a separate blog roll for reader convenience. Thanks.


BTW, Haven't been up Georgia way in a couple of years. Hopefully I'll get time to get up there later.

riverwalker said...

To: Preparedwarrior

I've got a brother in law in Atlanta and need to visit with him. Real pretty country around there. keep an eye on your state network to see when it gets up and running. Thanks.


riverwalker said...

To: Joel the K

E-mail at ya with the info!


riverwalker said...

To: HermitJim

I'm hoping to pry loose a few well kept preppin' tips from some of these networks. There's going tobe a lot more info out there now. Thanks Jim.


Anonymous said...

prepper network my azz! The clown in Ohio is pimpin his stuff as bad as JR. I appreciate your evaluation of my product,but I'm here giving away tip's and trick's,not looking to profit anymore than anything,and these moron's are selling book's and website's.. it make's me sick. I'll give you all a tip.. Go out and buy the most expensive gun on earth..50k round's of ammo.. 600 pound's of dehydrated bean's and rice... A nuke alert keychain,in case you miss it.. and send me 50 buck's a month too. Did I mention I make a living off you people? good thing,didn't want you to know that! buy my book too! and it's on sale at Amazon.. I'm really,REALLY getting sick of seeing all this crap. Sorry,RW..flag me all you want,these people just make me want to leave humanity to it's own end..
Dean in AZ

riverwalker said...

To: Dean in AZ

I try not to be too critical of someone's efforts until I see the results. If they try to turn it into a full scale commercial endeavor they may wind up with lowered expectations. Time will tell.


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