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Preparedness blogger M.D. Creekmore has just released his fourth nonfiction book: The Prepper’s Primer: Gear, Skills, and Related Know-How. This one is a self-published general preparedness guide, available as a printable PDF e-book. I just read the book. Although it is a succinct 109-pages, I found that it well-illustrated (with many full-color photos), and a good introductory discussion of a wide range of disaster preparedness topics, nearly all written from the standpoint of prepping on a budget. Like his previous hard copy/e-book titles (31 Days to Survival and Dirt Cheap Survival Retreat), and his first Kindle e-book-only title (The Prepared Prepper’s Cookbook), I recommend this new one. The e-book is priced at $19.95, although a 25% discount is being offered for just the first week of the book’s release. He offers an unusual 30-day money-back guarantee. Note that this PDF e-book requires the use of Adobe Acrobat Reader, but that software is available free, if you don’t already have it. – JWR

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SurvivalBlog reader G.P. sent in this link to Building a Motion Detector Alarm That Reports Time and GPS Location Data. An interesting concept as long as the network stays up.

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Swedish Society Collapsing Amid Horrific Crime Wave From Muslim Refugee Swarm – Now Trying To Stop Onslaught…. – Sent in by B.B.

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Krayton Kerns welcomes his 15th grandchild into this world with a special letter: My Letter to Number 15

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The gun I got for Christmas: Photographer captures everyday Americans showing off their new weapons at the firing range the day after Christmas – including a woman’s custom-made pink anti-tank rifle – And only one picture of a finger-in-the-trigger. That’s encouraging, despite the fact that UK readers are gasping over the concept. I’m not sure that the UK site actually grasps what the concept of a “powerful” gun is though.

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