Homesteading and Survivalism

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Why I Blog

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Why did I open this blog?  Because I wanted to.  This blog is an extension of my thoughts and opinions.

For a good part of my life I have been opinionated and outspoken.  This blog allows me to express my opinions to a wide range of people.

As for survivalism, I see survivalism as an extension of my everyday life.  To me, my survival gear stockpile is no different then a coin collection.  Just as coin collectors are always looking for that rare or unique coin that will round out the collection, I am always looking for some new skill, knowledge or survival gear addition that will round out my collection.

In 2012 my wife and I built the chicken coop and got some hens.  I like sharing those experiences with people who visit my blog.

What is life?  Would it be safe to say life is a sharing of experiences?

What would life be if nobody ever shared their opinions and thoughts?  How lonely would that life be?

One of the things I hoped to do with this blog is to stir emotion.

If I have to post something offensive to stir emotion, then so be it.

If I have to post something controversial to stir emotion, then so be it.

One of the topics that seems to have gotten me some negative feedback is my opinion on how workers are treated in welding shops around southeast Texas.  Why should blue collar workers be treated like second class citizens?  That is another reason why I blog.

Troubling Trend in Survival Websites

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Over the past year or so I have noticed a troubling trend with various based survival websites.

Those trends are sites that offer little unique content, no unique pictures, no unique videos,,, nothing but a site that tries to sell you something.

There are two types of bloggers out there

1 – someone who has first hand information on a given topic. These are the people who enjoy what they are doing, know something about the topic and can offer advice based on their first hand experience.

2 – someone who knows almost nothing on a topic, but hopes to open a website to make money.

What I am going to do is offer some tips on how you can tell a real SHTF survival site from a spam / junk site.

Are the topics diversified

Is the site focused on a couple of narrow topics?  These are called niche sites.

SurvivalBoards and SurvivalistBoards are niche sites, but we discuss various topics, such as political opinions, hunting, camping, firearms, gardening,,, and so on.

When you look at a survival website, how diversified are the articles? Does the author harp on the same topics over and over, or is there a mixture of topics?

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