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  1. I recently made your site my homepage so it’s the first thing I see when I open up my computer. I’m REALLY enjoying the great info! Love the mix of history, alternative news, prepper/homestead tips and tricks…it’s nice to have finally found a site I relish as my homepage 🙂 Thanks to everyone for all the useful information!

  2. Just to clarify, in the Wranglerstar video referenced, Cody was joking when he said that he built the planter box 4 years ago; it was actually about 3 months ago but he has not had time to install it yet. Also, Jack is his son; Brian is an assistant who works with Cody twice a week.

  3. regarding the article announcing the Charlottesville to DC march, the article states in the section on Housing, “If you have specific housing requirements, you may have to meet them at your own expense”. And under the Food section, “There will be basic meals, water, and snacks provided for marchers. We plan to accommodate a range of dietary restrictions (vegetarians, vegans, gluten-free) but cannot assure that we will meet your personal standards or preferences”. So much for inclusion. If you don’t like what the organizers provide, tough, you are on your own. And you have to pay for it yourself. That is so contrary to the liberal mantra of inclusion and accommodation paid for by someone else.

  4. Also about the “march” I have been told if you watch on Craig’s List you will see listings to march for $25.oo, I’m not sure if I heard per hour or per day. YOu asked how they could afford to take off from work to do this? Well it would seem the “marches” ARE their job.

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