More Doomsday Preppers

I’m going post crazy today!

Actually, this is Tuesday’s post, but I want to give it a little exposure.  Read on…

 

Tuesday is the next NatGeo episode of Doomsday Preppers called, “Escape from NYC.”

It follows three  preppers wEscape from New Yorkho are planning to bug out of NYC when TSHTF and their individual plans on how to do that.  I know there are a lot of followers of the show out there and from the little I’ve been able to watch it looks like it’s going to be pretty interesting.

Now, I’d like you to check out this emergency kit/bug-out bag.  Pretty sweet eh?  NatGeo is having a promotional giveaway and if you leave a short comment here telling me why you’d like to have this bag or why you need it I’ll pick a winner and see that that the lucky prepper gets one, courtesy of National Geographic.

 

Bug Out Bag

You have until Sunday to leave a reply in the comments section.  I’ll post the winner’s name on Monday.

What do you think?  If you’d like a crack at it sound off below!

 

-Jarhead Survivor

94 comments… add one
  • CD December 17, 2012, 3:59 pm

    Winning this bag would be an amazing blessing First, I am new to preparedness preparations (sounds like a redundant mouthfull). This bag would allow me to double my efforts in getting that first, crucial step out of the way… the one I am calling imminent danger bags. I am married and we have four children. My wife and I made a decision long ago that she would stay home with the kids until they were at least in high school. And although this has been a bit of a financial sacrifice, it has been well worth it because we are in the process of raising four well-rounded, stable children that are surrounded by love, support, and attention. This decision, however, has become even harder since our eyes have been opened to the goings-ons around us. We both feel an immediate need to be as prepared as humanly possible. This, as you could imagine, is an incredibly difficult task on a one income budget. Currently, we have completed our emergency kits for her truck and my van and are working to get some kind of bug out bags together. We have a 15, 10, and 4 year old boys as well as a 6 year old girl. Winning this bag would eliminate one of the six bags we will need. I believe that finishing these bags is crucial to my family’s survival. Once completed, I can move on to the almost as important water and food subjects. PLEASE HELP US… and thank you.

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    • irishdutchuncle December 17, 2012, 5:08 pm

      good luck CD.

      preparedness is self insurance, no agent needed. try to keep some cash in reserve, also. if you really need to bugout, you may be away for a while.

      I like the 6 gallon “Blitz” brand water storage jugs. (available at K-Mart)
      each will hold a days worth of drinking water for your family. You also need to keep a fresh jug of unscented Clorox. water and food for “shelter in place” may be more important than bugout. (IMHO)

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      • irishdutchuncle December 17, 2012, 6:35 pm

        … and another thing,
        in my own experience, personal SHTF events are far more likely than “natural” disasters. (outside of Tornado Alley)
        “prepare as you would, for a winter storm”
        is the best advice I heard before Y2K.
        (unless you’re living in the desert southwest)
        beyond that, car trouble or a layoff are more likely to overtake you. stash some cash, plus lots of dried beans. (and rice) (and peanut butter) (and a pump shotgun)

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    • Odd Questioner December 17, 2012, 7:12 pm

      Umm… I need a bug-out bag to practice with?

      Sorry – any reason I cough up is already in the pile of reasons as to why I got a bug-out bag in the first place. :)

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    • Austen G December 20, 2012, 10:16 am

      Hello my name is Austen, im a 16 yr old student from Illinois and it gets quite cold here in the winter. I’ve been a fan of doomsday preppers and it has allowed me to be influenced and aware of how I might prepare for some realistic events. You see, I live in a house that uses well and septic getting sources from an aquifer. You would think this is to my advantage but infact a week ago my power went out and we had no water pressure for days. This is what scares me and this is why I think supplies would benefit me and my family. I know there are more people in need then,but water is essential for life.

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    • Anonymous December 23, 2012, 11:33 am

      I am 62 and my husband is 60 . He has been diagnosed with Alzheimer’s. We need to be able to move out quickly in case of an emergency. Winning this would help us greatly to have a bug out bag ready to go. I have been prepping food for home but money is short right now for prepping further. Thanks , Patricia

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  • MJ December 17, 2012, 5:01 pm

    I am a disabled Army retiree. Business on my hand forged knife website has been very slow to nonexistant. Due to my fixed income, I am not financially able to put together a bag like this right now so winning one would be a great blessing to my fiance` and me. We live a preparadeness lifestyle out of necessity more than desire. I was raised by Depression era parents and she was raised by parents that had the same mindset. Use, reuse and then repurpose everything you have. If you need it and can make it, do it. If you have one, make due with it instead of buying something new that will break at first use. We garden and put up quite a bit of food every year and raise one small type of livestock for meat, we are expanding to another this spring if we can afford to buy starter animals.
    I love the Doomsday Preppers show and watch it every week. It would make my year to win the bag so we can have our bugout vehicle stocked at least minimally with this bag.

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  • irishdutchuncle December 17, 2012, 5:33 pm

    it’ll be interesting to see how they plan to get away.

    I just crossed “swim fins” off my own self sufficiency list. (no sailboat, speedboat, life raft or wetsuit yet though) still a few hundred items to go, but I’m getting there…

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    • Odd Questioner December 17, 2012, 7:16 pm

      Maybe they have a hang-glider stashed in there?

      Does bring up a good point though – bridges are going to be natural choke-points no matter what. Folks are going to cram them full, police and military would use them as natural checkpoints, criminals and worse would use them for the same reasons (though for far more nefarious reasons)…

      Not sure where you’re gonna stash an inflatable boat in your bug-out kit, though. Not even going to mention at length the time it takes to break it out, pump it full of air, etc etc…

      I guess that’s why you’d never catch me living in Manhattan.

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      • irishdutchuncle December 21, 2012, 7:56 pm

        I’d go parafoil, with engine backpack in place of the hang-glider. (just in case there’s a headwind)

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  • Dan December 17, 2012, 5:54 pm

    WOW! this bag would be PERFECT! for me! being in Cadets, Im always looking for something like this!

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  • dub December 17, 2012, 6:13 pm

    This bag would be great for my girlfriend. She wont use one of my “home-made” bags because they’re too “military looking”. This would be nice to keep in her vehicle as a get home bag.

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  • ShtFoe December 17, 2012, 6:42 pm

    Know what? Screw NatGeo. Why?: because they have stereotyped & demonized preppers with their joke of a show “Doomsday Preppers.” (Yeah its interesting but extremely biased against preppers) Also, they just pulled the plug on the third season of “American Guns” in wake of the Sandy Hook massacre. I would rather starve & freeze to death than receive a bag from those weather vanes over at NatGeo.

    We need America to be strong and pull together, but all you see is divisiveness & hatred. Simple minded people watch NatGeo & give up their guns when a tragedy like this happens. We should stop blaming inanimate objects for our problems.

    No offense, Jarhead Survivor. I could use the bag but I would rather die a slow and painful death than compromise my ethics & ideals by supporting or even accepting anything from a company like NatGeo.

    Thank you for everything you guys do & I do appreciate the promotional offer but I must respectfully decline. Even though I have done quite the piss poor job at prepping myself, & this bag would be a great supplement to anyone’s resources.

    In my eyes, it would almost be like turning in my gun(s) for a petty amount of cash or a gift card. Ok, maybe not that bad. . .

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    • Odd Questioner December 17, 2012, 7:19 pm

      Man does have a bit of a point there.

      My opinion? Trading in one’s post-collapse survival prospects for 15 minutes of fame is, well, kinda dumb. Couldn’t pay me enough to go on the show.

      I’d take the bag though, but only because I have a PO Box (Rural living necessitates one sometimes).

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    • steveo December 18, 2012, 1:35 am

      I couldnt have said it any better myself! NatGeo has brought prepping to everyone’s attention, they just haven’t presented in a way that allows for Preppers to appear to be what they really are. by this I mean normal people preparing for a BAD day!

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    • Jarhead Survivor December 18, 2012, 9:58 am

      The man has principles and I respect that. I put these contests out there because I know that readers can benefit from the goods. I don’t do it for my own sake.

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      • irishdutchuncle December 21, 2012, 8:07 pm

        a man has to stand for something…

        (easy to say, much more difficult to do today)

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  • Paul December 17, 2012, 6:44 pm

    This would make a great start for my prepping. I discovered how unprepared the family really was as Sandy swept into NYC. Since then I have found some great info on this and a few other sites.
    Right now I am in the planning and very early stocking stages. Hope to start in earnest after Christmas.

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  • Artemidorus December 17, 2012, 6:44 pm

    This would be great, but I’d dye the bag black. That orange really screams “Hey, look at me!”. Not safe.

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    • Odd Questioner December 17, 2012, 7:20 pm

      Replace the bag itself with a large black laptop backpack. Cost you less than $40 for a decent one, and you can use the bag for something else.

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      • irishdutchuncle December 17, 2012, 8:01 pm

        kinda depends what you’re hiding from/where you’re bugging out to. black is the color of a wild turkey, or a black bear. if you’re hiding out in the woods, you don’t want to be mistaken for a whitetail deer, a bear or a turkey. (so no white hankies, or brown coats, either) blue, and bright red are also turkey colors. in town, colors are ok.

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  • Justin Staley December 17, 2012, 7:00 pm

    I have a granddaughter in college and even though I try to get her to plan ahead, she has yet to put much together. The young are invincable and don’t really worry much about anything. Anyway, this bag would be a great present for her, to get her at least somewhat prepared. Keep up the good work, I look forward to reading the blog every morning.

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  • tiki782 December 17, 2012, 7:35 pm

    My mom was a hoarder for years. She passed a couple years ago. Family and friends made fun of her . Now that I look back I think she was a prepper of sorts. As I was cleaning stuff out her house and it struck a nerve. Maybe she was just trying to be thrifty. So I removed items to start my own bugout bag. My son has his own family and goes to college along with working 2 jobs. This would be a perfect gift for him. We live 3 miles away from him and he plans to bug out to our farmhouse when TSHTF and this would awesome for his family.

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  • Brandon December 17, 2012, 7:53 pm

    This bag looks like a great start to helping my parents begin getting prepared. They both have approached the subject with humor joking about zombies, etc. I think this would make a great gift to them to get them on their way to being more prepared.

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  • Faith Dossett December 17, 2012, 8:13 pm

    This would be just perfect to give to my son. He has just moved into his own place, and I’m sure he does not have any supplies just yet. He’s one to be prepared, so I know that it would be put to good use. He would greatly appreciate receiving this bag and items. He is my only child, and I would need him after the SHTF!! Thank you!

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  • JL December 17, 2012, 8:19 pm

    I would love to have this for my husband. He travels a lot and he needs a get home bag. I have FINALLY convinced him he needs one. Thankfully he doesn’t go more then 60 miles, but walking that long would be hard.
    Jarhead , do you ever want to keep the giveaway stuff for yourself ?

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    • Jarhead Survivor December 18, 2012, 1:06 pm

      Hi JL – wilderness survival has been a hobby/passion of mine for years. Over time I’ve managed to collect a pretty good amount of gear and lately I’ve been giving kits away to friends and family. My oldest daughter was the latest recipient. I gave her the bug out bag I’d been using full of gear and started over for myself. So, in this case no. I have plenty of gear already.

      But – since I’m so crazy about you readers out there I thought it would be a good way to get some cool stuff in your hands and that’s why I’m doing this contest/giveaway.

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      • Mechanic43 December 18, 2012, 1:16 pm

        @ Jarhead,I just put an extra t-shirt in mine :)

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        • Jarhead Survivor December 22, 2012, 7:49 pm

          Mechanic43 – that’s great, man! Glad you like it!

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  • Jess December 17, 2012, 8:32 pm

    Don’t get that channel but would love to watch the episode, we’ll be in New York later in 2013. Love the bag because anything is great when it comes to prepping and every little bit helps!

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  • ND December 17, 2012, 9:22 pm

    I work field service and last week I was in NYC. I spent my free evenings studying maps of the area and trying to pin down a route out of the city. I figured my best bet was to head east to the ocean and then head up the island. I was in Queens at a hotel. This wouldn’t have gotten me out of the island it would simply have bought me more time. The crush of mob panic is enough to kill. My idea would be to lie low and let the fires burn out. Since I drove in I was ok for most of my gear. However my problem is flying. Some of my tools are frowned on while trying to board a plane. This kit looks pretty good for traveling. Thank you for the link. I will have to look into purchasing it after the holidays.

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  • Young Prepster December 17, 2012, 10:36 pm

    I am a seventh grade prepper and recently starting out. This would mean a lot to me because my twin, Kid Prepper, that emailed SHTF blog, and I like to prepare for the whole family on a tight budget. We are trying to be the best prepared we can but as kids without prepping parents, it is pretty strained. I hope you decide to choose me so my family can be more prepared!

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    • Ailim December 20, 2012, 12:40 pm

      Way to go kiddo’s! I was like you, except I grew up on a farm, so my parents had to be at least a little prepared. Keep it up!

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  • MJ December 17, 2012, 10:43 pm

    I will admit that I watch the show every week to see what others are doing. I would like to have the bag because it would be nice to have in the vehicle I plan on using if I have to bug out. My plan is to bug in as long as possible depending on what happens. I am a disabled Army retiree and have a fiance` and a small acreage. We are children of Depression era parents and have learned a lot from them to survive most everything. I learned a lot of other survival techniques in the Army. The bag would be a great help in our situation.

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  • John Brown December 17, 2012, 10:48 pm

    I think the most basic bag should have at least a basic compass, if the plan is to survive a natural disaster.

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  • Sdflcorran December 17, 2012, 10:55 pm

    With my stay-at-home wife taking care of our 19 and 2 month old children, it’s about all I could do to get an emergency whistle and led flashlight in her SUV. It would be a huge relief to me knowing that at least some of their needs could be met if something happens while I’m not around.

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  • jen k December 17, 2012, 10:58 pm

    I’m set with my preps. I would give this to my 74 y/o MIL. It would be a good start for her.

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  • Prepper Kid December 17, 2012, 11:00 pm

    Hey this is prepper kid from a past post of shtf blog. Like in that post I am still low on funds, being just a 13 year old and this bag would help me and my family’s preparations. I think that this would help me with my preparations not only with supplies but mentally, knowing I have a professional survival kit in my possession.

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  • Combatrock December 18, 2012, 1:22 am

    This bag would be a great addition to help in training my son in survivability/prepping. He is my little helper when it comes to camping and hunting. The contents would greatly improve my current BOB and new items are always fun to test.

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  • SLHaynes December 18, 2012, 8:39 am

    Doomsday Preppers is very funny and view it for a good laugh. I like the BOB. I have a couple already but additional stuff is always good. Thanks for the contest.

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  • Denator December 18, 2012, 8:55 am

    My Wife and I were preppers long before it became cool and have no need for the bag, but only one of our five grown children are prepared for even the smallest emergency. But then I would need 4 bags and since we tried to instill in them the need, they like a lot of people are of the mindset that it wont happen to them. So I figure there on there own, besides if they wanted they could afford one themselves. Therefore I vote you award it to the young prepster. and his brother not that my vote counts for a lot. Keep your powder dry………..

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    • Ailim December 20, 2012, 12:47 pm

      ditto to the youngsters!!

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  • Chris December 18, 2012, 9:22 am

    I would love to have this pack but I would much rather it go to someone who can’t afford to put a kit like this together.

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  • Matt F. December 18, 2012, 10:19 am

    I would love to win one of those bags for my wife and me. We have been able to put SOME stuff together, but don’t really have the money for everything we need. In some cases we’ve had to purchase lower quality equipment, such as sleeping bags, just so we at least had SOMETHING to use for when the SHTF. I’m sure there are plenty of people out there struggling worse than us, but any help we can get is always greatly appreciated. Have a Merry Christmas everyone. Be smart, be safe, be prepared.

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  • Northeastern prepper December 18, 2012, 10:25 am

    Screw the bag i need a B O L

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  • tmm December 18, 2012, 10:43 am

    Of course everyone needs a BOB… most of us have some form of it already… but many do not… my kids being a prime example.. they would really benefit from having one of these. :)

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  • child of Odin December 18, 2012, 11:48 am

    Um, I really need it because its all free stuff, and free stuff are the best preps on my income. Lol, and I’m dead sexy… Ok, I’m not, but I do like free stuff. ;-)

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    • Jarhead Survivor December 18, 2012, 4:09 pm

      Haha!

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      • GreenEyedJinn December 20, 2012, 8:27 am

        Gives a whole new meaning to “Valhalla, I am coming!” I won’t be able to Led Zeppelin again without laughing.

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        • GreenEyedJinn December 20, 2012, 8:28 am

          …listen to….Led Zeppelin…

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          • child of Odin December 20, 2012, 6:44 pm

            Lol, good song

  • DrDug December 18, 2012, 12:23 pm

    This is a good for me to recheck my first aid kits in my BOB. I would love to give this kit to a family member in college.

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    • Velvet June 23, 2016, 9:30 am

      Learning a ton from these neat arisclet.

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    • http://www./ November 24, 2016, 10:32 pm

      Your story was soooooooo touching and filled with love. I am going to admit to you…I had that “goose bump feeling “that lasted for quite a while after reading your piece. Love continues through the love of others, even after our dear love ones leave! Thank you for touching my heart!!!!

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  • HAGAN December 18, 2012, 1:14 pm

    Recently married and a 2 1/2 year old daughter, my “Single Guy Winging It” days does not cut it now. Especially with the myriad of current events, not being ready is, well… stupid.
    That being said, my wife is in nursing school and the words “On a Budget” does not even truely cover it. But the trade off of her becoming a nurse will be well worth the sacrafice in the long run.
    But until then, this pack would be most welcome.
    I appreciate the oppurtunity, thanks!

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  • Schacht December 18, 2012, 9:01 pm

    Do I need this bag? No, I do not. But a friend of mine has a boy that is ten years old and enjoys watching Doomsday Preppers on TV and has encouraged his parents (my friends) to become more active in becoming prepared for the unknown. If selected, and if the parents (my friends) are willing, I would gift this to their son.

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  • studlymcfyne December 19, 2012, 5:48 pm

    I’d love to have this bag because it would be free. That’s smart prepping!

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  • Jason December 19, 2012, 5:51 pm

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  • Earnie December 20, 2012, 3:37 am

    I would use this pack to promote this website as being ” The first SHTF Preppers site on the moon”, no seriously!!

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    • Big Al December 20, 2012, 4:14 am

      Bugger the pack, I want a seat on whatever spaceship you have to get to the moon.

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      • child of Odin December 20, 2012, 6:47 pm

        I’m with Big Al on this one.

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        • Chassidy June 23, 2016, 9:45 am

          That’s an ineiugons way of thinking about it.

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  • GreenEyedJinn December 20, 2012, 8:26 am

    Tally ho, I’m in for this contest!

    This would be an awesome thing to send #1 Daughter off to college with in the spring. Not “too military,” not too lame, and something that could certainly let her at least start the conversation about being prepared/ready for a calamity with her dorm friends.

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  • Mary Sue December 20, 2012, 9:18 am

    This would be a great addition to our preparations!

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  • Scott December 20, 2012, 9:22 am

    We welcome prepper groups. Come test your survival skills. We’ll take you out for a few days on a remote river.

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  • Jeremiah December 20, 2012, 9:33 am

    im in for the contest.

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  • Dan December 20, 2012, 9:52 am

    Would be nice to have this for my wife’s car

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  • Chet Ziolkowski December 20, 2012, 10:16 am

    I am a staff sergeant in the united states army. I have been serving for the past 21 years and I am still active duty. Ihave been preparing for some time now and on the salery that I make in the army I can not afford an emergency bug out bag like this. Yes being in the military I have a bug out bag but it is nothing like this. This would be a great and super helpful addition to my preparedness.

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  • Surviving Disaster December 20, 2012, 10:18 am

    I would certainly pass this along to my mom who is just getting into it. After a long recruiting process. At least now I feel good that she will work to get herself ready.

    Love the blog.

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  • Crystal Perkins December 20, 2012, 10:25 am

    I am a single mother of two young girls. I have managed to prepare some things as far as food and water, but I do not have a bug out bag. On my salary I can’t even afford a first aid kit….(in which every one should have in there house). This bug out bag would help out a great deal with my children’s survival. Please consider my girls and I for this wonderful bug out bag…. I know on my own I would never be able to afford anything like it.

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  • Jeremy December 20, 2012, 10:42 am

    Hello my name is Jeremy and I have a few preps. Me, my friends and co workers all watch Doomsday Preppers. You have some good advice then some I don’t agree with but it would be wonderful to add the bag to my preps maybe even gift it to my friends that are not as well prepard as I am for a disaster.

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  • rick December 20, 2012, 11:51 am

    I would give this prepper bag to my sister, who is a school teacher. I have begin prepping but she does not and after seeing what happen at sandy hook I feel she and her kids could use it a lot worse than me. There are a lot of dangers that can happen at a school storms or a evil person doing them harm, this bag could help them help in times of trouble so that is why I would give it to her. thanks

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  • ciro December 20, 2012, 1:10 pm

    I need for survive,I need be in good shape,if everybody turn in to the zombies

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  • Ben Abate December 20, 2012, 1:31 pm

    Having my first child any day now. (He’s due on 12/22) I would definitely need something if the SHTF to help keep my family safe.

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  • mmasse December 20, 2012, 5:51 pm

    I could use the bag for my wife who won’t let me spend any money on her for “survival” nonsense.

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  • waterboy December 20, 2012, 6:52 pm

    I would love to win a pre-made emergency prep bag. I have a lot of preps in place now, but they are all DIY projects. I would love to add this to my existing preps. Thanks for the opportunity Jarhead.

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  • JH December 20, 2012, 8:11 pm

    having recently lost the majority of my preps in a nasty divorce, I could really use this great prize! Love the site…keep up the good work!

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  • The Buzzard of Oz December 20, 2012, 8:57 pm

    Only one roll of toilet paper? Obviously NatGeo don’t think that TEOTWAWKI is going to last all that long! If it is going to be as scary as some are predicting, one roll might only last a few minutes! Thanks for the kind opportunity to win the pack… but I don’t want it! Think I’ll rely on my own prep rather than what the media tells me I will need!

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  • Materielgeneral December 20, 2012, 10:00 pm

    I am fairly well prepared and have been guiding a friend in prepping that I worked with in the national guard and at a prison here in Michigan. We have both gone our seperate ways since then but still are close. He has a family and limited funds to prep with. I would like to win this bag to continue to influence him as a prepper. I think he would really apreciate having this kit as a bug out bag supplement or as a get home bag.
    He has been on several deployments, one to Iraq a couple of years ago, and was just denied a deployment to Afganistan because of health reasons.
    My friend would be an excellent recipient of this gift.

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  • twelvetoe December 21, 2012, 8:56 am

    I would like to throw my name in the hat for consideration for the Emergency kit/ Bug out bag. I would LIKE it for a variety of reasons. First and foremost is that, according to the picture, it contains not one or two but three HOTTIES! Ever since high school I have wanted to be surrounded by hotties and this would be an easy satisfaction of that particular desire. Hopefully it will be one of each of the blonde, brunette, and redhead varieties. The reason I NEED it is that I’m a cheap bastard and free stuff is always better than paying!

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  • Patti December 21, 2012, 9:52 am

    Hey! I would love to win this bag for my husband. He works as a sales rep covering 5 different states and is on the road a lot. He hasn’t really bought into my “readiness” yet but I know he would keep this in the car just to make me happy! Thanks for the opportunity!

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  • Stephanie December 21, 2012, 12:08 pm

    This would be an awesome gift for us. This year my father -in-law and my mother strongly urged us to get our prepping going and got us to read “one second after” and the “patriots”. It lit a fire in me! So my husband and I have recently started prepping but we are quickly realizing just how much we don’t have. It’s really quite overwhelming to see how far we need to go. So this would be a great jump start for us. Thanks for an awesome giveaway opportunity!!

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  • irishdutchuncle December 21, 2012, 7:53 pm

    … hey, the new logo looks pretty good.

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  • Patti December 21, 2012, 10:14 pm

    I would love to win this bag for my husband! He travels 5 states for work and spends a lot of time on the road. It would be great to know he was prepared for anything that might come his way. Thank you for the opportunity!

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  • Deb December 21, 2012, 11:00 pm

    Hubby returned from deer hunting today to a dead battery in his truck. He was miles from anywhere and had already eaten all his food for lunch and drank his water. We learned a great lesson today. We would love to have this!

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  • javelin December 22, 2012, 7:23 am

    Great idea! this kit would be a good one for either of my 2 daughters to carry. the thought of being unprepared for emergencys is not one that my family wants to be forced to deal with. If this kit were sent our way it would have a very good home.

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  • burberry borse 2012 December 22, 2012, 9:18 am

    As soon as you get hold of a discounted burberry handbag having it .

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  • burberry sale 2012 December 22, 2012, 9:43 am

    As soon as you get hold of a discounted burberry handbag having it .

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  • Anonymous December 23, 2012, 6:32 am

    I finally got to watch this episode of Doomsday Preppers. I am a native New Yorker from Long Island ( Now thankfully living in the wild of Pennsylvania) and worked in Manhattan and the surrounding area.

    Those folks will never get out, they are delusional thinking they can just walk out of that city in an emergency.

    The guy going to the east end of Long Island is a fool. Long Island is a Cul de Sac death trap. The other guy paddling to New Jersey will go from one nightmare to an even worse Nightmare, New Jersey is a complete zoo. The girl will be dead within a few blocks walking alone with gear. Easy prey for gangs who will come at her heavy.

    Get out of that city NOW dummies!

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  • silverknight674 December 23, 2012, 8:18 am

    This bag would be of great help to me because my wife and I are trying to prep but we are also in the process of trying to buy a house. So buying other things alot of extras for prepping have been tough and we try to but an extra can here and there but this will greatly help us jump start our preps.

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  • Patricia Dunn December 23, 2012, 11:37 am

    I am 62 and my husband, 60 , has been diagnosed with Alzheimer’s. We need a bug out bag. I have been prepping food for us but do not have a bug out bag. We need one to be ready to leave if it comes to that. Thanks, Patricia

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  • jeff December 23, 2012, 5:50 pm

    I would like to win the bag to place in my wife’s car. I am one of the under employed and can’t afford one outright.Win or lose it is a nice thing you are doing for someone.

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