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Published: Sunday, Sept. 8 2013 12:02 p.m. MDT

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I know it. I Live it. I Love it.
Salt Lake City, UT

1) If you believe God will smite the Earth, it won't work now will it?

2) If you're thinking nuclear, bombs today will destroy far more than before (not even counting radiation).

3) If you're thinking societal decay & riotous neighbors, you don't think people will notice you installing this thing?

4) If you're thinking Zombies... quit playing games and watching movies. Start a garden or something.

Garden, Bottle, Can, improve self-reliance, go off grid for all I care. Meditate and pray for peace every day if you want. But hiding in a hole won't protect you. You're fear won't protect you. Fear gets far more people killed than it saves. Even then, those who run away and won't defend themselves don't look too good to those who fought. Good luck explaining yourself. Paranoia helps no one. Common sense preparedness is the backbone of safety prep, NOT a bunker.

Still not convinced? Google "Bunker Buster" and "LGM-118 Peacekeeper". That metal egg won't do squat.

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