Things that annoy me #29,201

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People who don’t understand the difference between: “Take me shooting” vs “Go shooting with you”

It’s the difference between “Cook me dinner” and “Have dinner with me”.

Case in point – my buddy texts me and says “Go shooting with me”. Ok, great. We go to the range, he sets up his targets and shoots, I set up my targets and shoot. He works on his gun, I work on my gun. We have some informal target practice. But we each have a good time and get to spend time doing our own thing.

Contrast that with “Take me shooting” which, when someone says that, means “Take me to the range, and make me the center of attention where everything is done for me and you get to accomplish nothing you want to accomplish. Hand me guns and ammo, you set up targets, watch me shoot, and make sure I have a good time.”

Now, I don’t mind taking people shooting if Im aware ahead of time that thats what Im doing. But saying “Let’s go shooting this weekend” and then have me be your personal instructor, target puller, brass catcher, gun fixer, and program director is not what that phrase means. When you say ‘lets go shooting”, to me, that means Im going to get to spend some time behind a gun and work on my own stuff as you work on yours and we’ll do some stuff together.

This is why I keep my circle of shooting buddies small. And why I usually go to the range alone.

Comment on Teaching Our Children About Food Marketing and Healthy Eating by Susanne

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I started with toy advertising, taking my son (aged 5) to see a heavily advertised and very expensive Star Wars toy that he insisted he had to have for Christmas.
Him: Gee Mum, the walls are mostly cardboard.
Me: What do you think would happen if your little sisters got hold of it?
Him: They would wreck it for sure. How does it fly?
Me examining the box: It doesn’t. It doesn’t actually do anything.
Him: What a ripoff!

Tips For Fires Under Tarps, More Bushcraft On TV, Typha Fibre Extraction

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Its incredibly important that we have serious understanding of the wilderness. If you cannot develop that understanding on your own adventures, I think its important that you listen to an expert and take classes. These Q&A’s are top of the heap when it comes to understanding the bush craft world. You will find nothing that …

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Homestead Homeschooling: Year 3

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School is becoming an obsolete idea. Not the idea that children should be taught but the methods and model that is used in public school is just getting to be a bit much. In fact, its a scary! The risks of putting a child through public school are growing each year. Every time we see a …

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Book Review: A Patriot’s History of the United States

Click here to view the original post. For the past three decades, many history professors have allowed their biases to distort the way America’s past is taught. These intellectuals have searched for instances of racism, sexism, and bigotry in our history while downplaying the greatness of America’s patriots and the achievements of “dead white men.” As a result, more emphasis is placed on Harriet Tubman than on George Washington; more about the internment of Japanese Americans during World War II than about D-Day or Iwo Jima; more on the dangers we faced from Joseph McCarthy than those we faced from Josef Stalin. A Patriot’s History of

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Black, Olive-Drab, Khaki… But Don’t Forget Hot Pink, Neon Orange, and Blaze Red!

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Sometimes we need to be seen.

Black looks very tactical, and is hard to see at night. Same for olive-drab green. Khaki, along with grays, browns, tans, and other earth-tones are great for our “gray-man disguise.” And we all love camouflage designs – be it woodland, digital, desert, or whatever. These seem to be the official colors of preppers and survivalists everywhere.  

In addition to being really neat, cool, and hip, all these colors and designs are great to help us stay hidden in the wild (camos) or at night (black), or go about unnoticed in civilization (the Earth-tones). We pick these for our clothes, shoes, belts, jackets, caps, bandannas, bags, packs, paracord, and even our duct-tape, so that we can be hidden and unnoticed.

Yet, it is a mistake to get all of our clothes, packs, and other gear in these “low-visibility” colors. There are times when we might want, even need, to be seen – to stand out and be noticed, rather than to be hidden. During those times we need colors like hot pink, neon orange, blaze red, and fluorescent yellow.

Maybe we are lost and/or hurt in the wilderness, needing rescue. Or  maybe we are on the rescue team and want to be visible to the one that is lost, as well as to our teammates. In such a situation, do you want to be wearing woodland camo, or neon orange?

Maybe we are camping, and need to mark a trail so that we can find our way back, or for others to follow us. Which would be the best color to mark the trail so it can be easily seen –  olive drab or hot pink?

You need to mark off a dangerous area. Perhaps its a patch of poison ivy or whatever. Would it be best to use black cordage, or blaze red?

Its dusk, and you’re escorting some kids around your neighborhood on Halloween. Do you want to wear your gray hoodie, or something more noticeable? Maybe a florescent yellow hoodie?

Its the weekend, and you’re taking the family hiking. Great fun and exercise for everyone. But, how do you want your family to be dressed in case someone gets separated? In trendy camouflage or in bright, easy-to-spot colors? 

Personally, most of my clothes, gear, and other stuff do fall in the low-visibility category, suitable for my gray-man disguise around town or staying hidden from the bad guys in the wilderness. But I do have some high-visibility colors ready for use when needed.

My bug-out bag includes a bright red bandanna, a small roll of orange duct tape, a safety orange t-shirt (I can either wear or wave to attract attention), and 50 feet of neon orange paracord. I also have a safety orange hoodie (in a bigger size so that I can wear it over another hoodie or jacket, if needed).

Tiger Lily: How To Grow & Care For Lilium Lancifolium

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The showy and stunning blooms of the tiger lilly flower are well worth the effort, and for good reason. Originating in Asia, tiger lily (Lilium lancifolium, also called Lilium tigrinum) is a popular ornamental plant that’s become widespread internationally. It’s even become naturalized in parts of the United States, and can be widely seen throughout … Read more

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Tiger Lily: How To Grow & Care For Lilium Lancifolium

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The showy and stunning blooms of the tiger lilly flower are well worth the effort, and for good reason. Originating in Asia, tiger lily (Lilium lancifolium, also called Lilium tigrinum) is a popular ornamental plant that’s become widespread internationally. It’s even become naturalized in parts of the United States, and can be widely seen throughout … Read more

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Let’s Have a Real Discussion About Mass Shootings — Drugs / Marginalized Population

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stock here — I want to deep dive into this subject at a later date.   The only explanation that I can conjure up is that Big Pharma / Big Med has their hooks so deeply into the Government and it’s regulators, that psychoactive drugs are not even allowed to enter the conversation.

It is beyond disgusting that those sworn to “first do no harm” have become such whores to their own paychecks, that they foist these dangerous drugs on the population, especially kids. 

There are several “classes” of drugs that can be very harmful, anti-depressants, and anti-psychotics, and I will throw this down too, from personal knowledge, some sleep aiding drugs in the “hypnotic” category like Lunesta can cause disturbing thought patterns (that go away when the drug is stopped) so the connection is obvious.

And besides the claims that many of these are false flags, or drills that they decided to “take live”, in particular Sandy Hook, the lack of accountability for government workers who have totally failed the people they are supposed to serve in the social services and mental health area, is obvious, and should be “fixed”.  

And the other topic that I threw in “marginalized society”, the intentional gutting of America via a few decade of NWO plotting and strategizing, is “working”.    The overall goal and hope of the Globalists is to pull power, control, and wealth out of the chaos that they create.

Also on the “take the guns early” meme, it should be made clear that Trump was only talking about those who are deranged and are an obvious risk.    And then “due process” after the threat is first eliminated.    I am kind of OK with this.   

But the risk of abuse to punish or marginalize people simply by “trumped up charges” of mental illness, created by authorities is there.    And that possibility of abuse by government, should be addressed very strongly by severe jail terms for anyone abusing the process, and that a 30 day “due process” and independently supervised review of all the facts is conducted, again with that deadline.   

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We’ve written previously about this very topic. We researched dozens of high-profile cases of violent crime over the last few decades, and found that in at least half of the cases, we know that the perpetrator was taking, or had recently stopped taking, some form of antidepressant or antipsychotic medication. It could well be 100% if all the information is made publicly available.

The most recent examples support this thesis. In the  Las Vegas shooting, where Stephen Paddock killed 58 people and wounded hundreds of others, the autopsy showed he was using an anti-anxiety drug. Adam Lanza, the killer involved in the 2013 Sandy Hook school shooting, was suspected to have been on, or recently stopped taking, antipsychotic drugs; but as Emord details, the coroner would not release the deceased Lanza’s medical records. The killer in Parkland, Florida, Nikolas Cruz, is also suspected to have been on some kind of medication for “emotional difficulties,” according to a family member, but the specific drug has not yet been specified.

How to Make Homemade Ketchup

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by Isabella

There is nothing easier than grabbing a bottle of ketchup at the supermarket, but there was a time when people made it themselves!

It’s actually quite easy to make homemade ketchup, and it’s a great skill to have for times you might not be able to rely on the supermarket for your favorite condiments.

The great thing about this ketchup is it is lacto-fermented, which means not only is it delicious and far superior in taste and quality to store bought ketchup, it is also full of added nutritional benefits and naturally-occurring probiotics.

Let’s get started!

Here’s what you’ll need:

  • 21 oz of tomato paste
  • 1/3 cup honey, preferably raw
  • 3 Tbs apple cider vinegar
  • 3 cloves garlic
  • 6 Tb liquid whey
  • 3 tsp salt
  • pinch cayenne pepper

A note on whey: this is not the powdered fitness supplement you’ll find at GNC–that definitely won’t work! Whey is the liquid by-product of cheese or yogurt making.

The easiest way to get it is to take a carton of organic, whole-milk yogurt, and place it in a strainer lined with a napkin or cheesecloth. Place the strainer over a bowl, cover, and wait a few hours. The whey will collect beneath, and you’ll have the added bonus of some deliciously thick Greek-style yogurt!

Homemade Ketchup Steps

  1. Combine the liquid ingredients together in a bowl and stir well to combine.
  2. Mince your garlic and add, along with the seasonings to the liquid ingredients.
  3. Using a rubber spatula, pour into a canning jar. Spread flat on the top.
  4. Using a clean paper towel or napkin, clean the top of the jar above the ketchup.
  5. Cover loosely with a lid, and leave on your counter for three days. Then, transfer to the fridge and enjoy!

It really is that simple! Spread on a burger or hot dog, slather over some chili fries, or use as the base for sloppy joes or bbq sauce.


Thousands More Stores Are on the 2018 Retail Apocalypse DEATH LIST: Are your local stores on the list?

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by Daisy Luther

Every year, it seems like more and more retail outlets are going out of business, resulting in the loss of jobs and local supplies. Last year, hundreds Read the rest

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How to Build a Dog House From a Barrel

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Taking care of fido is always a big concern. When I think of the bugout I often wonder what you should do with the dog in that case. My dog is a barker and if we were attempting to keep ourselves quiet and covered, it would be a real struggle to do with my dog. …

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How to {Ethically} Forage for Edible Plants

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This article takes a look at foraging from an angle that is never explored. The truth of the matter is, people forage and they do so indiscriminately on location. Its a very interesting thing. For some reason we rarely ever consider if we should be taking. Much more of the question comes to, ‘ what …

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What did you do for your preparedness this week? (2018-03-03)

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TGN Team Favorites: Chick Brooding Supplies

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If you have never brooded chicks before, it can be a bit overwhelming. There are quite a few supplies needed to get started the first time, and you are probably wondering where to start. There is a lot of knowledge required to successfully brood chicks..They need proper housing, light, temperature, ventilation, feed, water, bedding … and so much more! If you are looking for that information, this article is not for you. 😉

In past TGN team favorite articles, I surveyed the entire TGN team. In this article, I am going to focus on the best chick brooding supplies I have personally used and why I recommend them. Let’s just say … I’ve learned some lessons the hard way!

However, if you want a detailed article about the nitty-gritty how-to of brooding chicks, leave us a comment and let us know!

TGN Team Favorites: Chick Brooding Supplies

Chick Brooder

The number one thing you need is obviously a brooder. Like I mentioned above, this article is not going to be about how to build the perfect chick brooder. Is there even such a thing? There are a huge variety of chick brooders available and they all have their pros and cons. With that said, the best, most affordable brooder I have used is honestly so simple. A kiddie pool! No, seriously—a kiddie pool!

Cheap, Simple,, and Effective Chick Brooding Alternatives

Here are just a few reasons why I recommend a kiddie pool. Kiddie pools are cheap, light, and easily portable; they can be easily cleaned (literally hose them out); they are reusable; and you can secure the sides using fencing.

Below is a photograph of our first kiddie pool chick brooder. We’ve since improved upon some things. But, overall I have found this type of brooder to be a huge success!

Kiddie Pool Chicken Brooder


The best bedding for your chicken brooder

My favorite type of bedding is flake pine shavings. I prefer the flake—as opposed to the fine—pine shavings because I feel like they create less dust and are easier to work with when changing out bedding. With that said, the downside to the flakes is that they take longer to break down in the compost than the fine shavings.

Heat Lamp vs. Heating Plate

I like both of these products for very different reasons. As shown above, we started out with the heat lamp and bulb. My favorite thing about this setup is the price! It’s very inexpensive and a great place to start. The con—and this is a big one—is that they can be dangerous and have started many fires.

Chicken Brooder Heat Lamp

On the other hand, the heating plate is much more expensive, but definitely a lot safer than the lamp. They are available in multiple sizes to suit your needs. In addition to being safer, they make it really easy for chicks to escape the heat if they are not needing as much as the others.

Chicken Brooder Heating Plate


Chick Waterer

Oh, the chick waterer! This is a tough one. The first time I brooded chicks I got so stressed out because I was using the waterer above. The chicks kept kicking pine shavings into the water dish—the pine shavings would absorb all the water and the chicks would be left with sloppy pine shavings and no water! UGH! It had me so stressed out! Then I got wise … to the chicken nipple!

Chicken Nipples

Let me clarify. I totally recommend starting off with the mason jar chick waterer when the chicks first arrive home. It makes it easy for them to drink, and there isn’t much of a learning curve for them.

With that said, now I put both types of waterers in from the get-go. It’s relatively simple to make a waterer using the nipples shown above combined with a milk jug or mason jar. Doing a quick Google search will yield hundreds of results. The reason I recommend making your own is that you can reuse the nipples in the coop later on.

But, if DIY isn’t your thing, then try one of these simple fountain brooder bottle cap attachments. Simple and extremely effective!

chick brooder simple bottle cap nipple attachment


The chick feeder. Oh boy, it has just as many problems as the waterer! The chicks love to scratch their food out and throw it all over the brooder! And that’s okaythat’s what chickens do. But, it really caused me a lot of stress the first time around. Therefore, I do not like to use any type of open trough feeder for this reason. It is vital to have a lid atop the feeder with a hole for the chicks to stick their little beaks in. This greatly reduces the waste!

Different types of chick feeders

I use both the mason jar chick feeder and the trough with sliding lid feeders shown above. I started off using the plastic products. But, I’ve grown to prefer the glass and galvanized steel products because they are more durable and easier to clean.

I use two feeders because, well … chicks are just mean. The need for the pecking order is instilled in them from day one and I always have a chick who tries to prevent the runt from eating. Having multiple feeders provides said chick a better opportunity for survival!

Chick Starter

Chick Starter Feed

You’ll obviously need food for your chicks and it does matter the type of feed you provide. It must be chick starter. It has the proper nutrition to support healthy growth in your babies. I prefer to feed Texas Natural Feeds to my flock, and the type of feed you choose is entirely up to you. Just know that you’ll need chick starter, pullet grower, and laying hen blends as they grow (which happens so fast!).

I like Texas Natural Feeds because they are non-soy, non-gmo, and non-medicated. Yes, I know. It’s not organic. I pick and choose my battles. I save heaps of money not paying for the organic label, and the feed comes from local farmers. To me, it’s a win-win! So, do your research on this one!

Chick Supplements

Chick Grit

Best Chick Grit

You’ll need to provide your chicks with some chick grit so they can digest their food. Like other birds, chickens have gizzards and need grit to digest their food. I prefer the DuMor brand grit because it’s inexpensive, granite-based, and insoluble.

There are also all kinds of electrolyte, vitamin, and probiotic supplements you can provide your babies to help them through the first couple of weeks. You can also make a DIY version of some of these products yourself.

Chick Toys

Try using parakeet toys to keep your baby chicks busy!

Your chicks will need something to do all day! I have found that it is best to keep the chicks busy so they don’t bully each other. I have had the most success with turning sticks into roosts, creating mazes with small cardboard boxes, and even using parakeet toys. All of these options work really well to provide healthy activities for chicks! You can get super creative with this, and it’s a lot of fun!

I hope this guide has helped you to feel confident in purchasing your chick brooding supplies and has maybe even shed some insight as to why some products work better than others. If you have any questions or suggestions, leave me a comment! Cheers _ Ruth Reyes-Loiacano (TGN Social Media Manager)

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Why Even Start Prepping?

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Many people start out with just a vague idea that they need to have a little preparedness in their lives. Maybe (like me several years ago) they just suddenly realize that they are completely unprepared for even the most minor disaster or emergency (let alone a major catastrophe!).

Take Responsibility

Most people don’t want to believe that they will ever have to use survival skills or rely completely on their own preparedness. It’s easy to be complacent when everything seems great. However, the harsh reality is that existing emergency services are quickly overwhelmed by even modest disasters, let alone during major natural or man-made disasters. Talk to people who survived hurricane Sandy, or Katrina, or Harvey. Don’t be at the mercy of others for your safety and survival! Take ownership, take responsibility, and don’t be a victim.

Take the First Steps

Here are some simple steps to begin on the path to taking your safety and wellbeing into your own hands:

  1. Define YOUR goals. Once you delve into the prepping rabbit-hole, it’s easy to get lost. “Prepping” encompasses an insanely-large amount of territory, and one can dip a toe in the prepping water, or dive into the prepper ocean. So, ask yourself a few questions about your motivations and goals. Discuss your intentions with your family, if you have one. Put it in writing. Write down your prepping goals, your budget, and come up with a plan. This will save countless hours in the long run and will give you a method to track progress.
  2. Do YOUR own research. At the time of this writing, a quick web search of the term “prepping” turns up over 22 million results. There is a nearly endless amount of material out there. The sheer volume of information can be overwhelming. That’s why one should define their goals and search for a narrower set of topics. Every journey begins with just a single step so make sure that is a step in then right direction.
  3. Get YOUR family involved early. If you have a family, then it is imperative that you include them from the start. Explain your reasoning for doing something which may seem unusual to them at first. Again, clearly defining your goals ahead of time will help a lot. From my personal experience, it’s a good idea to keep the doom and gloom to a minimum. You’re not trying to scare them. Instead, you want their enthusiastic support for your efforts to keep them safe.
  4. Create YOUR Bug-Out Bag (BOB). The bug-out bag is the low-hanging fruit of the prepping effort. This kit will contain everything you need to survive for at least 72 hours in a disaster situation. Every member of your household should have their own BOB, and you should prepare them for your pets as well.
  5. Make an evacuation plan. If there is a SHTF (“Stuff” Hits The Fan) situation, you grab your BOB and go! But where are you going? Who is going with you? Does everyone know the plan? Think about the logistics of getting where you want to go. Create a Plan B, and even a Plan C and D. To paraphrase Mike Tyson, everyone has a plan until they get punched in the face. Life will punch you in the face, so be adaptive.
  6. Get in shape. You are the most important piece of survival gear! What good does it do to have detailed plans and all kinds of cool toys if you can’t make it up a flight of stairs without taking a break? Put on that 72-hour pack and get used to the weight of it. Eat right and exercise. That goes for your pets, too! Do you really want to be stuck carrying your 120 lbs Labrador Retriever because you give them lots of treats and not enough walks?
  7. Extend YOUR network. Discuss with extended family and friends. Once you have a plan, started making some actual preparation, and have your own family on-board, it’s time to reach out to others. Spread the word among people you trust. First, you will include them because you care about them. However, there’s a more practical reason: Safety in numbers! It may seem like it will be difficult to “herd the cats” and get everyone on the same page in an actual disaster situation. But that difficulty is far outweighed by the benefits of numbers. A larger group is far less likely to be the victim of attack, plus everyone can pool their talents and resources.
  8. Get YOUR vehicle ready. You may leave on foot, or a situation may dictate that you have to “bunker down” in your home. However, it is very likely that at least the first leg of your disaster plan involves driving to some other location. Suddenly, your life may depend on the proper functioning of your car. Keep it maintained, inspect it once a week (tires, tire pressure, oil, coolant, belts, hoses, etc.). Don’t take it for granted that it’s in perfect shape just because it’s a newer vehicle. Murphy’s law doesn’t care if your vehicle was made one week ago, or ten years. Keep an emergency kit in your vehicle, as well.
  9. Adapt and change. Keep your readiness up-to-date. You have the basics in place: A good plan (well-rehearsed), a bug-out bag for each family member, your car/truck/SUV is in top-notch shape. As you learn more, refine your plan and check your kits. Make changes where necessary. Did you move from Seattle to Phoenix? You might want to adjust your plans AND your equipment. The same holds true if the nature of a likely disaster changes.
  10. Work YOUR plan. Practice your emergency plans and stay sharp. Continue to learn and grow. The best way to master any subject is to teach it to others. When sharing your knowledge with friends and family, encourage them to ask tough questions. Then find the answers. Incorporate your learning into your prepping.

Stay Focused, Be Rational, Stay Motivated

Keep in mind that you are prepping to live, not living to prep. However, preparedness should be an integral part of your life, and you should take it seriously. That means dedicating a set amount of time each week to learning and teaching others. Just like diet and exercise, it’s an insurance policy. Planning and training alleviate panic, and panic can be deadly. The military has taught me that, in a stressful situation, everyone reverts to their most basic level of training.  In other words, in an emergency, whatever you practiced is what you will do. Keep that in mind.

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Lack of Family Contact after SHTF

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Lack of Family Contact after SHTF
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In this show, we talk about what it might be like if the big event happens and you can no longer talk to family or get news of their condition. After a SHTF event, the availability of news from across the nation and world might be severely limited. Are you or your spouse mentally prepared to break contact with your family and never be able to hear from them again?

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