Grid Down Prepping 2021

A Good Rundown On Grid Down Prepping For Urban Readiness

Grid Down Prepping 2021

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all right guys welcome back cfp here and
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this is survival living so today we’re
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going to talk about grid down bring down
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scenarios on how to prepare and get your
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home ready for either hurricanes natural
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disaster man-made events emp war chrono
00:14
mass ejections well that that’d be
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natural disaster
00:27
all right guys so one of the first
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things most people do is get a gasoline
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generator now this one here is a cheap
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one i think i paid 400 bucks for it i
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don’t really remember this is a harbor
00:37
freight job this is a predator 4000 it
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is more than efficient for what we need
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here at the house the only time we’ve
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ever needed this is when we’ve had a bad
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series of rainstorms last for several
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days and our solar chargers
00:49
solar system was not able to power up
00:51
everything we needed so we’ve had to
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fire up the generator and get things
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back charged up
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uh doesn’t happen often but hey keep
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your generator on hand now this one here
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is a 3200 watt continuous running and a
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4 000 watt peak if you’re going to use
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half the amount that power need
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things supposedly runs 12 hours i’ve
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gotten nine hours out of it so
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hit and miss we keep extra oil on hand
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because you do have to change the oil in
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this we keep fuel on hand gasoline we
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keep spark plugs and other adapt pieces
01:24
we need air filters
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anything i could think of that needs to
01:28
be replaced on this we went ahead and
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purchased so we always have it running
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generator this is a backbone backup
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think of it that way we can always power
01:36
stuff up with this this is probably your
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cheapest option for providing power to
01:40
your home for your family now you do not
01:43
want to run this inside
01:45
i have to put that disclaimer up there
01:46
because if i don’t i’ll have an army of
01:48
people you didn’t tell people not to run
01:50
a generator in their home well if you’re
01:51
really that freaking stupid you get a
01:53
darwinism award there you go all right
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so moving on
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you like that
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gasoline
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we have gasoline here this is a gasoline
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engine
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this is why we store gasoline we also
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store gasoline for our vehicle the
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reason being in case we ever need to
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move around power’s out we have gas on
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hand we’ve got a lot of gas hidden now i
02:13
get a lot of questions about gasoline
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what’s the best way of storing it how
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long does it last well gasoline sealed
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up in these containers these are
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approved containers
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you’ll hear you got to use metal don’t
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use plastic yada yada yada i’ve been
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doing this stuff for a very long time
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this container here this container here
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this gasoline untreated will last
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anywhere from three to six months this
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is why we have our fort we have four
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months supply of fuel that’s always in a
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rotational stock we never put gas
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directly into our vehicle at the pump
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we’re always cycling through our fuel
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if you use a stabilizer each stabilizer
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is different rule of thumb you get a
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year
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my apologies we got issues with the
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camera because it’s so freaking hot out
02:54
here shutting everything down
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all right so fuel stabilizers if you
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want a long-term fuel stable
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storage uh fuel stabilizers is the way
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to go now the rule of thumb is
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fuel stabilizer is usually stable out to
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a year on gasoline all right and that
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depends on how you store it having in
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direct sunlight like this is not a good
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idea
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having an even temperature not high
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temperature not freezing cold it’s going
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to last much longer
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i hear thunder in the background so we
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got to hurry up
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i have read on some of the claims of
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some of the other companies that can get
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anywhere from one to three years with
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fuel stabilizers i have never seen that
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happen it doesn’t mean it’s not doesn’t
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mean it can’t be
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i say general rule of thumb one year
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these containers like this i have mine
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in a four month cycle they generally say
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three to six months now if you got a lot
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of high ethanol in your fuel which hey
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guess what most fuel does now
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you’re gonna have lesser time
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it’s just cheaper gas they do that for a
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reason and i don’t think it was for
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cleaning the environment it makes it
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more difficult to store fuel
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all right so another option is solar as
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you can see behind me we have many
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different solar options here
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we have done videos in the past on our
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solar system we actually live off of our
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solar grid
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um our 6×12 trailer which should be
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popping up there for you guys
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that’s a picture of it that is a
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converted 6×12 cargo trailer that i
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convert into an actual camper something
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we can pull behind our vehicle no matter
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what we can pull that we have a place to
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live at any location we need to consider
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it a bug out vehicle but it was actually
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designed for us to live out of while we
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built our home in wyoming because we got
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property out there we’re going to start
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homesteading and we’ll be using solar
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wind turbines things like that that we
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have in stock will be going with us now
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this here is 100 watt panel this is an
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amazon uh panel we have we got 800 watts
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on top of our trailer right now
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we also have this is one of our very
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first solar system that’s a harbor
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freight briefcase it’s a 13 watt solar
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panel
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i know i laugh at it now but during a
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hurricane
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that’s the only solar i had i was able
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to charge up our electronics our lights
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all that stuff with that now i couldn’t
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sit there and run a whole house with it
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not with a little 13 watt one
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i can run our systems with our 800 watt
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solar solar grid that we have now but we
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designed our living around our solar
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power our battery banks everything
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there’ll be a card popping up here for
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you it is a complete breakdown
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of our solar grid the panels the wiring
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the charge controllers the battery banks
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the inverter um our protection we use
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emp shield as a matter of fact if you
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use emp shield and use cfp emp you get
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50 off your purchase this is what we use
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to protect our solar grid and also our
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vehicle we have two we have one for
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solar grid and i also have one for our
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vehicle now we’ll system which is
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actually two emp shields on our solar
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grid because we’re running dual charge
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controllers because we have such large
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power grid on top of our trailer
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now with this
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down here in florida it gets hot i mean
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i already changed my shirt twice
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uh and by the way prescott caliber club
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freaking awesome guy
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uh so
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with this we’re able to keep our trailer
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cool we’re able to run an air condition
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a window unit it’s a 5000 btu air
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conditioning unit we can run it all day
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in up to four hours at night the only
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reason why we’re limited on that is our
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battery banks we just don’t have the
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room in that trailer to build a much
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larger battery bank but for four hours
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at night we can run it we can run it all
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day long we can also run
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our um floor fans
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our box fans
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excuse me i think i inhaled a bug
06:50
we can actually run our box fans now we
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can run those all day long and all night
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long on our battery banks so having a
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way to keep things cool we have a 12
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volt slash ac
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refrigerator inside our cargo trailer
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that thing we can run off our 12-volt
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system or we can switch it out to ac if
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we need to we’re able to keep food cool
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so that’s what we live with
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now this also runs our water pumps for
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the water system inside there’s for our
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shower for our sink
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we’re running off solar now we have
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other systems in place our generator we
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have wind turbines but they’re not up
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here in florida i mean we got them in
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storage we haven’t erected them here
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because there’s no wind here but if
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you’re going to live in a windy state
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something you could definitely check out
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check your local wind maps they’re
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online and see if it’s a good spot for
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you to actually purchase one of these
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they’re about 300 for a good 800 watt
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system
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and you can start producing power around
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the clock with wind turbine
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so other than
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cooling we can heat during the daytime
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just fine during the winter time with
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huge spawn we have a heater in our
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trailer we can use we use our solar at
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night time our heater is a killer
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it it’s rough i mean our battery banks
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are not big enough you have to have a
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large storage a large battery bank to
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run this stuff for multiple hours we get
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right at four hours with it before it
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starts shutting down the system because
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we’ve got safeguard in place on our
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system not to fry everything now
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heating cooling water delivery has been
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took care of what else can this do
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well what we use this for is our cooking
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we run an actual coffee pot off this
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people say you cannot run coffee
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off a solar there should be a card
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popping up for you yes i run percolated
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coffee every morning anytime i want to
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i run coffee uh we run electronics for
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um our tvs dvd players
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uh stereo system
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lighting
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solar we cook with solar now my wife has
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her own little uh
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cookware set that she likes to use uh
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equipment i think the ninja products i
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don’t know that’s her department she
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knows that she knows about that i don’t
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i cook enough i cook on a fire okay
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but this has been working just fine
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cooking so we’re able to actually cook
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our food with solar
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we can run crock pot we can run
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electric skillets we can run a little uh
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blenders whatever it is that she needs
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to do
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this has always provided the power for
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it now with solar
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you have to watch your power intake and
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your power output you do you can’t just
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start plugging in stuff willy-nilly and
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hope for the best we can with our system
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because everything in our home is
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designed around our solar
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we have designed our lifestyle around
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our input and that’s how we can run it
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without any issues now if you just go
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buy a thousand watt of power throw it up
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somewhere i think you run your house
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on your normal day appliances you know
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you could run a couple of them but not
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everything all at once everything has to
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be timed out so moving on lighting
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is another solar product this is a solar
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lantern it’s got a hand crank battery
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bank this thing is freaking amazing i
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just want to take on my campout trips uh
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this you know it’s pretty bright
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it’s got a two sets of leds you know you
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could different modes on it
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leds all the way around this thing is
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what i take on my camping trips love
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this thing it lasts for many hours
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handheld flashlights either it’s a
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regular flashlight i usually use this
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for my studio lights because it works so
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great
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uh this one here actually did a review
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on a while back um for an amazon seller
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and yeah we still use we still use it
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this is a sand linky i believe it is
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and it charges up you and usb ports
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no external batteries or anything like
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that you got to worry about
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headlamps handheld flashlights things
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like that this is the old light we are
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affiliated with olight i’ve done reviews
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on the old light headlamp we’re actually
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going to be doing some new reviews on
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this
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and i did see comments about
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communication during grid down
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so with us we have
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two-way radios this is a red abyss
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two-way radio it’s one of them this is
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the one i take on with me on my camping
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trips my wife always has the other one
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so she gives search and rescue and it’s
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got right at a two mile range so they
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know where i’m at they can reach me or i
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can reach them uh ham hell radios the
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handheld jobs um
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cb radios all that stuff can be charged
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up with a 12 volt system as long as you
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have your converter our ham radios
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are handheld ones we use a usb port to
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charge them up
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uh our cb we can hook directly to
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uh our 12-volt system we’ll get that
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running right now that’s in a faraday
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cage because i don’t want to pull all
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that stuff out just for a real quick
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video it’s just a cv it’s like 38 bucks
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so cbs stuff like that is an idea for
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communication uh when we went through a
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hurricane a while back
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i think it was irma
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all cell phones quit working we couldn’t
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call out we had people riding around
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coming towards where we were at asked if
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we had internet service
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because their phone when they bought
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their phone they told it they would
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always have internet service internet
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coverage
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uh most of the time no cell phones
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internet it gets it goes down so whether
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it be a man-made event or hurricane
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have two-way communication if you’ve got
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to do stuff you got to check your
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property out whatever having two-way
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communication with a loved one or
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a team that you have in place for such
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emergencies it’s going to be key you
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know i mean what you’re going to do
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write a letter and throw it at them
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having a two-way radio communicate back
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and forth is actually pretty cool idea
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all right other cooking options we have
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a camp stove all right this is an ozark
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trail camp stove it doesn’t matter which
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one you get as you know coleman ozark
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whatever works for you whatever’s good
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for your budget this one here is a
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propane one okay usually it uses the
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little one pound propane containers we
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got a bunch of these stocked up but we
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recently went ahead and invested in a
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hose adapter
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to run our propane tube this thing here
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will hook up to our 20 pound tanks and
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also 100 pound tanks so we always have
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fuel on hand to grill all right we can
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run this now do not run
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one of these camp stoves inside your
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house they need to be using a
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well-ventilated area they’re designed
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for being outdoors don’t put it in a
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tent don’t use it like that you could
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kill yourself all right so have it
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outdoors when you’re cooking things like
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that uh as far as our hose and stuff
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this is a
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10-foot hose on this one they do have
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longer ones as a matter of fact we got a
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20 foot one on our trailer
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sorry guys we got trucks and stuff
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driving through the roads ups and stuff
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like that so people will hear trucks
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every now and then
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uh but yeah there’s many different types
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of fuel that you can use you can get the
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white gas regular coleman stoves you can
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get the propane whichever one you prefer
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personally i like the propane ones
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because that’s the fuel that we usually
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use we use gasoline for our generators
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and we use propane for our tankless
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water heater we use propane for our
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cooking if we’re not using solar so we
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just keep propane on hand we can also
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use propane on a heater that we have as
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a propane heater that we’re going to use
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that too use the same adapter so we
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stock up on propane and also propane is
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one of those easier things to store
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and get a hold of later on compared to
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white gas
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coleman’s fuel
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now we talked about power supplies and
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cooking things like that what about
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water
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you’re going to need
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more water than anything especially when
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the power goes out
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temperatures are ranging it’s just
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ridiculous your water odds are will not
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be running
14:31
we got a thunderstorm coming that right
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there is a great great thing when grid
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down reason being temperature is going
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to drop you’re going to be dropping a
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lot of rain water so using tarps water
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collection systems
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rain gutters systems going into a barrel
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rain collectors that is something you
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should really think about a good friend
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on the channel mentioned he has a
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pop-up pool
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that he can erect and put in his
14:55
backyard to collect rainwater things
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like that during period down scenario it
14:59
actually makes a lot of sense he doesn’t
15:01
have to have it up all the time but now
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if an event happens he can just pull it
15:04
right out of his shed or garage wherever
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it is he’s got it hidden and get it
15:08
ready to go that’s a good idea i like
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the idea you can definitely use it and
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as long as you purify it all out you’ll
15:13
be good
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make sure that you have water filtration
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whether it be
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chemical tablet treatments
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or
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water filters
15:26
soy mini life straw
15:28
if you can afford the big berkey hey
15:30
that’s the top line right there big
15:32
berkey system having a way to filter out
15:34
your water even rain water needs to be
15:36
filtered it’s not recommended drinking
15:37
anything directly anymore not today’s
15:39
polluted society
15:41
so you got to get water stored
15:44
go to store go get one gallon jugs fill
15:47
them up slide them underneath the bed
15:48
they have water bricks in the
15:51
camping section we actually have water
15:53
bricks storage and stuff like that and
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i got to shop at amazon whatever i got
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dry goods
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get these foods first you can buy a lot
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wherever it is that you shop at mom and
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pop store i don’t care where you shop at
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it doesn’t really matter you need to be
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protecting your family get food put back
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canned goods dry goods stuff that you’re
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able to cook i mean we’re talking about
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running a generator running a coleman
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stove or an ozark trail stove using
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solar power to produce power have a way
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of feeding and keeping your family
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hydrated with water have supplies you
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need to get supplies put back put away
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if the grid goes down either from
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man-made event or natural disaster it’s
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going to be a while before anybody comes
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healthy if they come at all
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regular natural disaster hurricane come
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through yeah you can count on the mil
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the government to come eventually in to
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help uh me personally i prefer to help
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myself and to help my family i’m not
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gonna rely on anybody else to do it look
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how long it took for the victims of
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katrina
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hurricane michael here in panama city
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it took a very long time to get aid from
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the state and let’s talk about hurricane
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michael right fast right now here at
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panama city there is non-stop respecting
20:08
lynnhaven uh federal investigations now
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because the officials were embezzling
20:14
money aid and cleanup money there’s
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still
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charges are flying around everywhere
20:19
they have to actually do a federal
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investigation on this so that just goes
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to show you the ones that are supposedly
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helping and looking out for everybody
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are looking out for themselves and these
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are the officials now being charged with
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embezzlement charges
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yeah i’m gonna take the security of my
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family in my hands
20:39
now i’d rather plenty of comments about
20:41
well if you cooking outside you’re gonna
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bring unwanted attention that is
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absolutely the truth it will all right
20:47
it’s up to you on your moral standards
20:49
or whatever it is that you’re going to
20:50
do me myself i’m there to protect my
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family and my family only except for my
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group of preppers that are in my area
20:56
that will work together we have a large
20:57
number of people that will be washing
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each other’s back
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mean we got a community to prepare
21:02
people we’re good
21:04
but you’re absolutely correct people
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will come you cook outside it’s a threat
21:08
that you’re going to be taking
21:10
whatever whatever you’re going to do
21:12
it’s going to happen people will be
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coming around especially if you’re the
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only one with power
21:16
you can take steps as far as blocking at
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your home
21:19
only running power during the daytime
21:21
whatever whatever it is that you want to
21:22
do me personally i’m not worried about
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that because we have the security
21:25
details in place we are ready to rock
21:27
and roll we have to we’re going to do
21:29
everything we can to protect our family
21:31
now when it comes to cooking outdoors
21:33
and things like that you really need to
21:35
have people watching your back if it’s a
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full-blown shtf scenario grid down from
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emp
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chronal mass ejection
21:42
yeah you might want to have a security
21:44
team if it’s just
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a hurricane
21:48
most of the time people still have their
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vehicles who they can go out of town to
21:51
go get stuff things like that watch your
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fuel though
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one thing i have noticed that especially
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down here in florida we got fuel cans
21:58
laying around and there’s a hurricane
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coming or just coming through you better
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have that stuck underneath lock and key
22:03
i mean i use logging chains on mine you
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got to have a grinder you’re not cutting
22:07
it with a bolt cutter you’ve got to have
22:08
a grinder to cut this thing loose and by
22:11
that time i already know you’re there
22:13
also some look at motion sensors you can
22:15
get some of their harbor freight pretty
22:16
cheap they’re not the best
22:17
top-of-the-line ones but they work
22:18
really well that’s what we use we have
22:20
night vision if we ever need to be
22:22
moving around at night it’s generation
22:24
one cost is like 100 bucks little
22:25
monoculars
22:27
we use those we have a way to flood
22:29
light our yard in case of a situation
22:31
with just a flip of a switch i can flow
22:33
the entire yard i can see everything
22:35
going on which gives me time to
22:38
dispatch any situation i need
22:40
something to think about having security
22:42
in place so if you are a
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bang bang collector or freedom seed
22:48
collector let’s put it that way
22:50
you have to watch what words you use
22:51
here on this platform
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um yeah i you do need self-defense in
22:56
these situations especially if it’s a
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total grid down scenario
23:00
get a group together if you’re by
23:01
yourself you don’t want your house lit
23:03
up like a beacon you know
23:05
but it’s not going to take long before
23:07
people realize that you got power
23:09
because while they’re outside their home
23:11
all day long because their house is too
23:13
freaking hot like here in florida
23:15
and they notice that you are always
23:17
inside your home
23:19
and air conditioned running those things
23:21
allow little window units they’re loud
23:24
yeah it won’t take long either way so
23:26
you’re going to have the threat to deal
23:27
with
23:28
immediately now it just depends on what
23:30
you’re going to do all right i cannot
23:32
tell you what to do i told you what i’m
23:34
going to do i hear i’m here to protect
23:36
my family take care of my family i’m
23:38
here to work with my community of
23:39
preppers that we have been working so
23:41
freaking hard putting money put money
23:43
back buying food buying supplies we’re
23:46
sacrificing our normal daily enjoyment
23:49
in life as far as going to movies going
23:51
out to eat going here going there we
23:53
made those sacrifices
23:54
so when those commenters those people
23:56
are watching right now was probably not
23:58
because uh these don’t stick around very
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long
24:02
go how dare you you’re not gonna take
24:04
care of blah blah man bite my ass
24:07
okay
24:09
what what are you doing right now to
24:10
prepare for it in other words you’re
24:11
gonna come out we’re going give me give
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me how dare you for not give me anything
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man kick
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rocks as a matter of fact once you come
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onto my house i’ll help you
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seriously
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all right guys y’all take care speak to
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you later