Survival Scout Tips
Keep your household running and stock up on essentials that have a long shelf life, take up little space, and work in multiple ways. Use this list of 18 essential items to prepare.
Christmas is defeated by the events of 2020... NO, not by a long shot. The true spirit of Christmas can never die. And that’s why everyone here at My Patriot Supply we proudly say “Merry Christmas” every chance we get!
In the spring of 2020, Americans found themselves unable to buy items they desperately needed due to supply chain disruptions. Suddenly, we were willing to trade whatever we had for toilet paper and hand sanitizer. Without realizing it, we entered into an age-old tradition of survival bartering. Bartering has existed since the beginning of time – instances are recorded in the Old Testament. Throughout history, people have exchanged goods or services for items or services in return. Bilingue Business Review explains, “Babylonians […] developed an improved bartering system, where goods and services were exchanged for food, tea, weapons, and spices....
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Most Americans have a powerful emergency preparedness tool in their medicine cabinets. That tool is rubbing alcohol. We tend to associate rubbing alcohol with wound cleaning, but there are far more uses for this multipurpose chemical. Specifically, there are several ways to use rubbing alcohol in emergency situations, which is why it is one of the household items preparedness experts always recommend stocking. What exactly is this effective multipurpose chemical? Rubbing alcohol is isopropyl alcohol, which is sold in different grades or percentages. The most common rubbing alcohol found in grocery stores is 70% isopropyl alcohol, but you can also...
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European countries are in a second pandemic shutdown. The U.S. may be next lockdown 2. We’re looking back at the spring shutdown to see what we can do better this time.