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    December 21, 2012



    There is at least one cable reality show on them. I stumbled upon it one Saturday, I think. There are also developers who are building underground apartment buildings and other colony type places of refuge. These are not cheap, and they are selling quite well, it seems.


    I know a few. LDS (including Mitt) are stocking up so many weeks or months of supplies. I think their (LDS) belief comes from the dangerous and long trip across the Western US to Utah, and I guess their hardships in Utah. I termed them survivalists. At a local LDS church, I saw that they have companies that are owned by LDS members that actually store the supplies for a fee. Recently I saw in a store, probably Wal-Mart, a package that includes food items to last 3 to 6 months. i.e. rice, soy type food items.


    There are more people living day to day than there are Preppers.

    Sharon Philp

    The American Red Cross has tips for being prepared for emergencies, including what to stock and how much. Preppers likely cross the line between well-prepared and overly so.


    I know a couple of people who are serious Preppers.It's not as uncommon as I once thought it was.
    Costco sells a large variety of the food.

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