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Pretzelogical wrote:Anyone thinking of weaning themselves off medicine since we can only get a month's supply at a time, and when that ends, that's it? Many drugs have adverse reactions if you go off cold turkey, such as hormones. I am really gonna miss my buddy the hormone patch. I look like this in two months.
Be sure you know about the drugs your loved ones are taking. How will people live without insulin, blood thinners for artificial valves in their hearts, etc. Natural remedies will be big business, and the New Agers are ready with all the answers people will want to hear. Lord, we pray...
we can only get a month's supply at a time
Pretzelogical wrote:Be sure you know about the drugs your loved ones are taking. How will people live without insulin, blood thinners for artificial valves in their hearts, etc. Natural remedies will be big business, and the New Agers are ready with all the answers people will want to hear. Lord, we pray...
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CaryC wrote:Hey Stillwatch,
Sounds good to me. I don't/wouldn't think there is much difference than a 5 gal. plastic bucket with a lid. Whatever/however you would deal with a plastic bucket is the same I would use with an ammo can. The big culprit is always going to be air, even inside the can.
That reminds me. Is there a gland or something on the hind quarters of a deer that has to be removed first , when you go to 'dress" them? [trying to word it nicely for the squeamish]
Loop wrote:That reminds me. Is there a gland or something on the hind quarters of a deer that has to be removed first , when you go to 'dress" them? [trying to word it nicely for the squeamish]
Its the ball of hair that sticks out on the back leg, the skin and all, both legs inside, its about half-way up the back legs...
will cause the meat to have a wang to it
Wang: verb, noun, adjective, depends on usage. Was originally a contraction of "wild" and "thang" southern slang for "thing". Stated out being "wild thang". As in "My, my ain't you a wild thang!" Then eventually became "wang". As in, "My, My ain't this here meat, got a wang (wild thang) to it."
It's a common word among the indigenous tribes of southern and south-eastern North America. If you ever want to be fluent in Southernese, we can start a course. They may even have it in Rosetta Stone.
For those wanting to stock up
by dandking on Mon Oct 13, 2008 7:41 am
Me and my wife decided to start trying to stock up on the necessities like rice, beans, flours, sugar and others. So we went to Wal-mart and purchased A Food Saver Machine, If you are looking to store food for long periods, this machine is a must have. A friend has been using his for about three years and he said the meat that he first put in the freezer has no freezer burn and is still as fresh as when he put it in the freezer. After using the Food Saver on Flour and Rice i can see where one could store certain things indefinitely.
I first bought: Brand name SEAL-A-MEAL it would not seal the bags without losing its vacuum so I returned it and purchased Brand name FOOD SAVER it is much easier to use and does a much better job on sealing the bag.dandkingdandking
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Loop wrote:Try this again LOL!
For those of us who are blind "or mostly blind"...
It may be a good idea to have an extra pair of Glasses put up for emergency's...
Yea, I don't like glasses either but it may be hard to get the saline and cleaner for your contac's...
I would also make sure to have extra contac's and cleaner on hand too... for as long as they last...
And please don't forget about our pets...
After all that is done take a look at how much room you got left. If you can't think of anything else come back and we'll try filling it for you. Also if you don't understand something I've written, let me know.
extravagantchristian wrote:I don't know if this was mentioned or not, but 2 drops of chlorine bleach sanitizes 1 quart of clear water. Not sure about murkey water lol.
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