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How to Build a Bug Out Backpack Without Getting Swamped by Details

By David Robinson

Bug Out BagThe term “Bug-Out Bag” is related to, and possibly derived from, the “bail-out bag” emergency kit many military aviators carry.A Bug-Out Bag or BOB is a portable kit that normally contains the items you would require to survive for seventy-two hours after evacuating your home in a disaster.Some kits last longer than that […]

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10 “MacGyver” Ways to Turn Your Smart Phone Into Your Best Survival Tool

By David Robinson

In an emergency, a smartphone can quickly become your best survival tool. Notably, our cell phones are now our constant companions. My cell phone is never far away. It’s part of my everyday carry or EDC. Surfing the internet, I found several ways to use a smart phone as an essential item in my emergency […]

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Stroke Recognition F.A.S.T. Means Stay Alive

By David Robinson

Stroke Recognition Knowing what F.A.S.T. means can mean the difference between life and death for you or a  loved one. A stroke is always a medical emergency, and the longer a stroke remains untreated, the greater the chance of stroke-related brain damage. Emergency medical treatment soon after symptoms begin, significantly improves the chance of survival […]

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Roadside Emergencies, Things You Should Always Have in Your Car

By David Robinson

Prepare For An Emergency On The Road. Emergencies on the road are inevitable. If you drive at all, at some point, you will face a roadside emergency. A flat tire, a broken fan belt, a leaking radiator, or a dead battery are just a few of the common occurrences we can expect when we travel. No […]

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How To Survive A Plane Crash, Things You Should Know When Flying

By David Robinson

A funny thing happened the other day. I was walking out the door, on my way to catch a plane to Kansas City. Suddenly my wife says, –“Be careful “–. Hmm, well, I don’t know about you, but when I’m on a plane, I always leave it up to the pilot to be careful. I […]

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Expert Advice, How to Survive an Active Shooter Video

By David Robinson

It seems like every month there is an active shooter situation at a business or workplace in America. What if there were an active shooter video that could help you stay alive. Something for just in case, you are ever trapped in a building with a madman who has a gun. I’ve taught my family and […]

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How a Hoverboard burned this Families Home Down

By David Robinson

A Christmas present turned into a nightmare when a hoverboard burned down a family’s home right after the Christmas holiday. I was sad to see the news that a Hoverboard fire almost completely destroyed a family’s house in Austrailia shortly after Christmas. “Home gutted by fire after a HOVERBOARD given as a Christmas present burst into […]

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How to Not Ruin Your Garbage Disposer This Thanksgiving

By David Robinson

Can you believe #Thanksgiving is almost here again? The year is whizzing by, and Thanksgiving is already here. I love it; this is a great time of year. Eating good food and spending time with my #family, what could be better than that? How about making sure we get to sleep in the day after […]

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How To Prepare An Emergency Backpack Kit

By David Robinson

  Texas received 35 trillion gallons of rain in the past month according to the National Weather Service in Fort Worth, as reported by NBC News. That’s a lot of water. Tragically, flooding in Texas caused loss of life and devastating property damage. A massive hail storm pelted Eastern Tennessee with golf ball sized hail […]

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