Prepping 2.0 Show
In Episode 30, we have experienced preppers Rick in Minnesota and Bruce in Quebec, Canada on to talk about prepping in their areas and the different issues they have compared to the rest of the US. The differences are more than just cold climates and gun laws - it’s fascinating. The After Show available to Patreon supporters is hilarious when Bruce, who speaks with a combination New Zealand and French Canadian accent, yells out everyone’s favorite word for liberals from Massachusetts (“Mass-holes!”).
In Episode 28, we talk about something no one else does: prepper marriages. Specifically, we discuss the four types of prepper spouses. Then we talk about another thing no one else does: how deal with step kids who live outside your house when SHTF. Do you try to rescue them? Leave them there? Tough choices. In the After Show, we talk about “moderates” who are afraid to fight hiding behind intellectualism and we answer questions from Patreon supporters.
In Episode 27, we’re joined by Brian Domke of Strategic Landscape Design. He provides expert guidance to preppers looking at bug out locations by assessing them for water, food production, off-grid energy, and security. You can learn a ton about your own location or be thinking about what to look for in a parcel in the future. The After Show was pretty raucous; something about being in a hotel room with us and someone wearing a tank top, “Daisy Dukes,” and high heels. Hmmm… Patreon supporters get access to the After Show.
In Episode 26, we are joined by the real Dan Morgan, the commander of the gate guards in 299 Days who also makes an appearance in Shelby Gallagher’s upcoming third book. He has experience defending military airfields and was a K9 handler; he gives tips to preppers on security your bug out location and dogs. He lives in Alaska and talks about the unique prepping issues there. In the After Show, we answer Patreon’s questions for Dan and play “Dead or Canadian,” where Dan guesses if minor celebrities are, well, dead or Canadian. The After Show is available to Patreon Supporters who contribute a whopping $2 a month to fund the show. It’s kinda worth it - I mean, dead or Canadian? What’s not to love about that. Oh, and a ton of great prepping information.