- Saved bags of dryer lint.
- Bought dozens of rolls of nickels.
- Stored 50+ empty 2-liter soda bottles
- Taught my kids to hit the floor when I yell, “Kids! Hit the floor!” If I ever have to fire a gun with them around, I want to know they’re out of firing range.
- Bought out nearly an entire online survival store that was going out of business. Mayday bars? Got those. Emergency candles? Got those.
- Read One Second After in a day and a half. And then I lost sleep for a month.
- Shopped for “cute” brown and green clothing, a la James Rawle’s advice.
- Bought hundreds of pounds of wheat before I ever owned a mill.
- Maneuvered conversations to talk of survival and TEOTWAWKI with multiple unwitting victims
- Saved corks from wine bottles in order to have a way to blacken my face.
- Asked my befuddled neighbor if she could hear any cars when she came over to ask about a power outage. (Another One Second After reference)
- Seriously checked out real estate listings, specifically looking for properties with a gravity-fed well and concrete construction
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