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Sherm's Organic News: Liver Cleanse, Dandelion Formula

Sherm's Organic News: Liver Cleanse, Dandelion Formula

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Stone age humans ate mushrooms 19,000 year ago

Stone age humans ate mushrooms 19,000 year ago

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20 Easy Post-Apocalypse Life Hacks Any Survivor Can Do

10 skills every survivalist should learn:Stick Welding/Small Engine Repair/Learn how to fish/How to Butcher Animals/Learn to trap/Gunsmithing/Basic Carpentry Skills/Auto Repair/Operate a HAM radio/Hunting Skills/Advanced First Aid. You have to look all this stuff up. This link is basically a list to start off with.

10 skills every survivalist should learn:Stick Welding/Small Engine Repair/Learn how to fish/How to Butcher Animals/Learn to trap/Gunsmithing/Basic Carpentry Skills/Auto Repair/Operate a HAM radio/Hunting Skills/Advanced First Aid. You have to look all this stuff up. This link is basically a list to start off with.

How To Tell If A Mirror Is Two Way Or Not. See how to check if a mirror is two way with this easy tip. two way mirrors are more common than you think.

How To Tell If A Mirror Is Two Way Or Not. See how to check if a mirror is two way with this easy tip. two way mirrors are more common than you think.

Sherm's Organic News: EMERGENCY FOOD STORAGE Basic's

Sherm's Organic News: EMERGENCY FOOD STORAGE Basic's

Sherm's Organic News: Recycling Newpaper to Fire Logs

Sherm's Organic News: Recycling Newpaper to Fire Logs

How to Make a Survival Bracelet  In an emergency, you can use paracord for lashings, tourniquets, shoelaces, snares, tying splints, or, if you tease out the threads, even fishing lines and sewing threads. This bracelet lets you carry a useful amount at all times.  WHAT YOU'LL NEED: scissors, a lighter, a tape measure, and 10 feet of 550 paracord. Text and photos by Bill Wachholder

How to Make a Survival Bracelet In an emergency, you can use paracord for lashings, tourniquets, shoelaces, snares, tying splints, or, if you tease out the threads, even fishing lines and sewing threads. This bracelet lets you carry a useful amount at all times. WHAT YOU'LL NEED: scissors, a lighter, a tape measure, and 10 feet of 550 paracord. Text and photos by Bill Wachholder

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