Tuesday, June 21, 2011

Survival of the Smartest: The First 72 Hours

Being raised in church and always reading the book of revelations, I understand that there is such thing as an end of days or times of tribulation.  Because of my beliefs growing up, I've given it a lot of thought about what I would do in a crisis.  How would I care for my family?  Shouldn't I have some sort of preparedness?  Transportation?  Water?  Food?  How to evacuate?  Seriously, when I found out about Survival of the Smartest written by Aaron Turpen, I was excited to read it!
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Well, what about just natural disasters that happen?  Have you noticed that the government can't always be there to rescue?  Of course they try to as soon as they can but what about until then?  What if they never do?  Shouldn't we have some idea how to prepare?  Just yesterday my friend was taking a bus out from the east coast and barely escaped the tornadoes that were coming.  They hit today.  She had no idea they were coming but just happened to be leaving that day thank goodness.  Okay, if I were single I know it'd be good to be prepared but so MUCH MORE with a family.  That burden and responsibility is so much greater. This book shows you how to make a 72 hour kit. How cool is that?  


Product Description
 A new electronic book from Aaron Turpen and Truth2America.com, Survival of the Smartest is a detailed guide to getting through any disaster, natural or man-made. 

Being ready for hurricanes, earthquakes, floods, tornadoes, and financial collapse are all things that many Americans are now taking seriously.
This growing trend of "preppers" has seen, often first hand, that government and even emergency services cannot be counted on to be there when disaster strikes. Taking the initiative to be prepared is the best way to find security for you and your family.
The guide walks through:
  • Keeping Your Head During Emergency Situations
  • Making a Disaster Supply Kit for Your Family
  • Shutting Off Your Home's Utilities In An Emergency
  • Dealing With An Evacuation (whether you go or not)
  • Specific Disaster Situations like:
  • Earthquakes
  • Floods
  • Hurricanes and Tornadoes
  • Nuclear Incidents, Tsunamis, and even Volcano Eruptions!
  • And Much Much More
You'll learn how (and why) to make a 72-hour Bug Out Bag, an in-home disaster kit, and even kits for your vehicles.
For the beginning prepper who's just starting out, everything you need to know is included and ready to go. Most can have their initial preparations (and the peace of mind that comes with them) within hours!
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1 comment:

Taryn said...

We've had a few hurricanes here on Long Island. I'll never forget when Hurricane Bob hit us. The next morning my son, Jonathan, and I went out looking for milk. The traffic lights weren't working. The Lord led us to a little deli that sold us milk. Their electric was out. Then there was the time all the electric suddenly went out in the Northeast and we found a little market so I could buy food for my daughter with Type I diabetes. Then there was a winter when we forgot what the world looked like without snow on the ground. I use to have a plaque- Be Prepared It Wasn't Raining When Noah Was Building the Ark.