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5 Comments on "Top 10 Prepper Mistakes 2"
The need to educate is huge. I always tell people about the Ted Koppel book “Lights Out” because Ted Koppel is a respected journalist and the warning of the risk of a cyber attack is explored in the book in detail. The way to prep is easy; buy freeze dried food and lots of it.
What do you think is the most likely disaster scenario in the US Mr. Shepard? My top three are cyber attack, civil unrest, and economic crisis. I follow the general preparedness for any type of disaster due to the influence of reading Dr. Bradley’s “Practical Disaster Preparedness for the Family” which is pretty down to earth and practical to implement.
The biggest mistake preppers make is not being in shape. I am guilty as charged due to a long recovery from a back injury. The next most common is the gray man concept. I wear too much camo because it is so cheap to buy at thrift stores. When I get more money, I will invest in 5.11 type clothes to be more gray.
Whats important is to buy cloths that look totally normal, polo shirts and apex pants, are great examples of this, looks totally normal, but its made of tough materials, and will keep its own during intensive situation.
whats more I found that even after 5 years of daily use they still keep up optimal shape, no wear and tear in sight.
so yeah a little more investment at the start, but then they keep for many years, where my fruit of the loom (or any other regular brand) shirts just disintegrate after a few years of use.