Mountain House Freeze Dried #10 Cans


The inventory levels on Mountain House #10 cans are being replenished at your favorite emergency preparedness stores. Not all entrees are available, so you’ll definitely want to check a few different places.

We’ve also seen some adjustments in price as the surge in activity since the 8.9 Japan earthquake and Tsunami (and subsequent nuclear meltdown) caused the surge in food storage demand.

Online food storage is becoming more competitive and that gives you, the buyer, better prices and more selection.

IN NEW NEWS (related to Mountain House)… we have a new favorite online emergency preparedness store! The Ready Store not only has Mountain House in stock (along with many other food storage options), but they also have them at lower prices one of our other favorite freeze dried food providers – who always had the lowest price until now. In addition, you can get up to $40 in coupon codes for first time customers. Check out The Ready Store here!

Stay tuned… more reviews, taste tests, and photos coming!

PayPal Charges $81 Billion for Gas Fill up

Yes, it was a mistake. PayPal swapped the merchant ID number with the transaction price, but it’s still a pretty funny story that qualifies for a “NO WHAY!”

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Oregon woman develops foreign accent after dental surgery

This falls in the classic “No Whay!” category.

The 56-year-old tax consultant from Toledo, Ore. has found her life transformed by the dental procedure, which left her with dentures, and – depending on whom you ask – an Eastern European, Swedish or British accent.

Some people would love to have a European accent, if only you could figure out how to make this medically repeatable, it could be a whole new industry. Like Lasik for the vocal words?

Officials Admit Solar Storms a Risk


Many of us in the survival or “prepper” community have been planning to be able to survival for an extended period of time (i.e. weeks to months) without government assistance should a major solar storm occur. While we are also planning for more common natural disasters such as earthquakes, hurricanes, and tsunamis, the prospect of a solar storm damaging enough of the power grid to prevent water and power for weeks to months is probably the most likely of the TEOTWAKI scenarios to occur.

Today, NOAA Assistant Secretary Kathryn Sullivan made the same admission many of us have known to be an issue for several years. She said:

NOAA Assistant Secretary Kathryn Sullivan says the intensity of solar storms is expected to peak in 2013 and countries should prepare for “potentially devastating effects.”

Sullivan, a former NASA astronaut who in 1984 became the first woman to walk in space, told a U.N. weather conference in Geneva on Tuesday that “it is not a question of if, but really a matter of when a major solar event could hit our planet.”

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