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Re: Safety and security - some miscellaneous tips
« Reply #45 on: February 18, 2016, 12:30:16 AM »
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Re: Safety and security - some miscellaneous tips
« Reply #46 on: February 18, 2016, 08:39:32 AM »
With my up-coming move, I've been packing.  While doing this, I've become very aware of just how much stuff I have.  And with friends helping with the move, that information will get out.  My friends know I like to can, but I'm getting very uncomfortable with the idea that they are going to know exactly how much stuff I have stockpiled away.  I know having at least 10 medium sized boxes of mason jars isn't the norm for a casual canner.  I know all the boxes of food I've packed is well beyond what the average person has.  My gardening supplies are also something that could be a red flag for someone.

I have been prepping and preparing secretly for years now.  But this move is going to expose me.  So far, the only thing I can figure what to do is to move most of my preps myself.  I just hope that in the chaos of the moving day, nobody will pay that much attention to all my stuff.  I don't want it to become common knowledge about what I have.

If anyone has any other ideas how I can move while hiding my preps from view, let me know.  Thanks.

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Re: Safety and security - some miscellaneous tips
« Reply #47 on: February 19, 2016, 06:45:30 AM »
With my up-coming move, I've been packing.  While doing this, I've become very aware of just how much stuff I have.  And with friends helping with the move, that information will get out.  My friends know I like to can, but I'm getting very uncomfortable with the idea that they are going to know exactly how much stuff I have stockpiled away.  I know having at least 10 medium sized boxes of mason jars isn't the norm for a casual canner.  I know all the boxes of food I've packed is well beyond what the average person has.  My gardening supplies are also something that could be a red flag for someone.

I have been prepping and preparing secretly for years now.  But this move is going to expose me.  So far, the only thing I can figure what to do is to move most of my preps myself.  I just hope that in the chaos of the moving day, nobody will pay that much attention to all my stuff.  I don't want it to become common knowledge about what I have.

If anyone has any other ideas how I can move while hiding my preps from view, let me know.  Thanks.
Since you asked, I would definitely move your preps separately.  Or if the canning jars are not new, and aren't in their original boxes, they could be taped tightly and labeled, "summer shirts", etc., or if they rattle, they'd have to be labeled in some other way.  Still,  it's probably best to move preps totally alone.

The gardening supplies could mean you've finally got more room for gardening, but you're a better judge of what will pass the "curiosity test" of your friends.  Good luck!

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Re: Safety and security - some miscellaneous tips
« Reply #48 on: March 23, 2016, 02:58:12 PM »
Re where to put supplies and keep things confidential:
Here's a Topic which can coexist with this one... A person might get a few ideas there and add to it, too. :)
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Board: Surviving in Place Topic: Hiding your supplies in plain sight 
http://planetxtownhall.com/index.php?topic=5997.0

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Re: Safety and security - some miscellaneous tips
« Reply #49 on: May 04, 2017, 01:25:54 AM »
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Re: Safety and security - some miscellaneous tips
« Reply #50 on: May 03, 2018, 08:13:00 PM »
I WAS GOOGLING WAYS TO FORTIFY YOUR DOME HOME (WINDOWS AND DOORS FROM THE INSIDE) AND FOUND THIS. NOT SPECIFICALLY DOMES, PROBABLY, BUT LOTS OF INFO AND IDEAS:

http://www.happypreppers.com/shelter.html

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Re: Safety and security - some miscellaneous tips
« Reply #51 on: August 12, 2018, 02:13:43 PM »
In the past week or two, there have been two very unusual incidents, involving seemingly unrelated individuals, but both similar, and both in the same state.  What is going on???

https://www.huffingtonpost.com/entry/dog-saliva-bacteria-woman-death-wisconsin_us_5b69f287e4b0de86f4a615a7
Woman Dies After Dog Saliva Leads to Rare Infection, Family Says

The earlier victim, who did not die, but lost limbs, and part of his nose, was also from Wisconsin:
https://www.huffingtonpost.com/entry/dog-lick-infection-amputations_us_5b636e57e4b0fd5c73d7a1a1
Man’s Legs, Forearms Amputated After Dog Lick Leads To Horrifying Infection

Several questions would include:
Is the strain of the causative microorganism living in dogs more potent than in years past?
Is the immune system of the victim non functional or nearly so?
Is dog food contaminated with some co-factor that makes the bacteria suddenly become lethal?
Is there something in humans (auto immune condition?) that is causing their immune systems to overreact to the bacteria in a dog's lick?
The statistical probability of these two bizarre incidents occurring in the same state, in same time frame, seems incredibly unlikely.

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Re: Safety and security - some miscellaneous tips
« Reply #52 on: August 12, 2018, 04:19:08 PM »
That is so sad Ilinda. 

So it sounds as if it was his own immune response, more than the infection, that caused his circulation to shut down, possibly meaning severe edema?

I wonder what his symptoms were in the beginning, and how long it took for them to progress to life-threatening?

Seems like it might have benefited from being treated like a snake bite almost. 

Colloidal silver orally, Benedryl orally, and a whole bottle of chewable papaya or bromelain enzymes?  Followed up with zapping to encourage circulation and microbial die-off and then probiotics?

We might want to keep an eye on the epidemiology of this in the news to see whether it remains rare or not.

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Re: Safety and security - some miscellaneous tips
« Reply #53 on: August 13, 2018, 07:56:45 PM »
What seems so strange is that while the woman who died had been nipped by a dog, the other patient, the man, was only licked by a dog.  That just seems so bizarre!  Well, you're right, we'd best watch and see and hopefully these are isolated incidents.

If more of these cases occur, people might have to implement your suggestions and treat these cases as they would snakebite.

 

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