Thursday, April 30, 2009

Some Swine Flu Humor


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Retro Flea - A Look Back In History

UPDATE: It appears we brought the 16 Colors website to it knees..."Service Unavailable"...I hope they are able to get the site back up again, if not I did download all my art so all is not lost :) - sorry 16 colors!

I am getting old I guess. How many of you remember connecting to BBS's to get your online fix way before the Internet became what it is today? Guess what?..."Flea" formerly "fLeA" ran a few BBS's back in the day.

My first BBS was "Damage Inc.", obviously paying homage to the masters of metal Metallica. I ran a highly modded version of Wildcat BBS. I later switched to PCBoard and renamed the BBS "Napalm".

My BBS started as a 1 line 2400 baud connection, a whopping 200k per second....PRETTY DAMN SLOW. We later upgraded to 9600 baud, then 14.4 baud, then 28.8 buad and finally to a 56k 3 line setup.

Man, those were the days, talk about comraderie and yours truly was an ARTIST! If you have any idea what I have been talking about you are undoubtedly familiar with ANSI graphics. Well, I was in a few art groups and I ACTUALLY FOUND a site that has all my original artwork available to be gawked at. Keep in mind, ANSI ain't exactly flexible, and we were limited so we got creative. When I found this stuff it really almost brought tears to my eyes...I had thought this stuff was long behind me to be forgotten. It is a great trip down memory lane and I thought I would share it with you.

16 Colors Website

Flea's Artwork on 16 Colors - There are 2 pages.

This also shows you how long I have using the "Flea" moniker, a damn long time.

BBS's have since fallen by the wayside but they were the precursor to the online community we are all now a part of. They were an intergral part of my development and helped shape the career I have now (in IT).

Hell, who didn't try and kick some reptilian butt and get married to the bar maid Violet in Legend of the Red Dragon (LORD) door game! (Game that was playable on a BBS that was extremely popular - text based RPG).

For those who miss a good round of LORD you can play online here!!!

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Quote Of The Day

"Government is not reason; it is not eloquent; it is force. Like fire, it is a dangerous servant and a fearful master."

-George Washington

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Wednesday, April 29, 2009

Guest Post - Riverwalker: Harvesting Rainwater

We are lucky to once again have Riverwalker from Stealth Survival guest posting on Be A Survivor. If you have never heard of him or his blog you are missing out on a true gem in the survival world, check it out NOW!

A majority of people throughout different parts of the world do not have access to good clean water for consumption and hygiene purposes. In many areas conventional plumbing that offers access to a good source of clean water is completely missing, far too expensive or the systems being used are unreliable. Water will always be necessary for survival.

One of the greatest challenges we will face is how to overcome the growing water shortage that is coming. As a result, rainwater collection has regained its popularity and importance as an alternative water resource or to act as a supplement to existing water supplies. Many current and future water shortages could be lessened if the practice of rainwater collection would be done on a wider and more sustainable basis.

Many people already collect and store rainwater in buckets, barrels, and stock tanks. This is a fairly common practice and is not a new technology. Rainwater can be used for a large number of different purposes. These can be anything from irrigating crops or watering livestock to simple washing or hygiene-related uses. With proper filtration and purification techniques, it can even be used for cooking, food preparation or drinking purposes.

Rainwater collection is a very simple and low cost way that requires very little in the way of skills or knowledge to accomplish on a successful basis. Even the simplest forms of rainwater collection can yield excellent benefits for everyone. The collection of rainwater can be used to supplement other water sources when they become scarce or polluted. It also provides an alternative source of water when a drought may cause the water table to drop and water wells end up going dry as a result.

It is also important to remember that rainfall cannot be managed. Amounts of rainfall will vary from location to location. Your particular climate will determine the ways in which you can make adequate use of the available rainfall as efficiently as may be possible. Collecting rainwater can be a valuable resource if done correctly. This is water that would otherwise be lost to surface run-off during heavy rains or evaporation during extremely high summer temperatures.

The technology involved in rainwater collection is readily adaptable to a wide variety of climates and conditions and has been recently reintroduced on a wide scale as a viable option for increasing supplies of much needed water. Unfortunately, many people often overlook this option because of a lack of knowledge about the simplicity and practical aspects of rainwater collection. Rainwater collection systems can be as simple or as complex as your resources or budget will permit you to make them.

During recent years this technology has regained wide-spread popularity as many people realize the benefits of a relatively clean, reliable and affordable source of water available to everyone. Rainwater collection should be an important part of your preparedness efforts.

You can get a guide to rainwater harvesting here (1.89 MB):
Harvesting Rainwater Manual 3rd Edition

Got rain barrel?

Staying above the water line!
Riverwalker

"Thanks RW" - Flea

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Tuesday, April 28, 2009

Swine Flu, HYPE?

People are freaking out about this Swine Flu and it is dominating the blogs and the Internet, as well as the news...

Here is something to put it in perspective for you:

SEASONAL FLU KILLS 250,000 to 500,000 people worldwide PER YEAR. 9 of 10 are 65 or older.

36,000 die in the US of seasonal flu EVERY YEAR.


So take that for what it is worth. Me? I am not worried.

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Be A Survivor: The Facebook Edition

Ok...Be A Survivor is now on Facebook, will someone be my friend?

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Survival Kits (Personal) Part 2

In the first part of this series we covered the bag or "container" for your kit. Once you have selected that you need components to fill that bag with. This is the fun part of building a kit and the most rewarding because you can do as little or as much research as you desire. This is where you really get to define what type of kit you will have and what its ultimate purpose will be (besides just keeping you alive).

In this installment of the series we will be covering one of the most useful, if not THE most useful tool in your kit...the knife.

I may get some heat for this but in a survival kit I recommend something like a multi-tool in the kit as opposed to a belt knife. Here is my reasoning: I am a HUGE fan of carrying a quality fixed blade, belt knife anytime you go into the woods...so...you should already have one on you at all times anyway; at least when entering the bush is a possibility. I think in terms of a survival kit we get the most bang for our buck with a QUALITY tool like a Leatherman. Remember I am try to keep the weight of this kit down and have all the contents fit nicely in our container.

I have an original Leatherman Supertool that I got as a gift for being in a friends wedding about 10 years ago and that thing looks as good as the day it was given to me. Leatherman makes a quality piece of equipment and I recommend them highly. Gerber also makes a quality multi-tool, so shop around and get what works best for you.

The components I look for in a multi-tool are: at least 2 blades, a saw (this is a MUST!), pliers, file and a bottle/can opener. If you have these covered you are in pretty good shape. I must reiterate if you do not have a saw on your multi-tool you are severely handicapping yourself. The small saw on a multi-tool can cut down fairly sizable saplings if used correctly and could be invaluable when trying to construct a shelter.

If you are a fan of Swiss Army Knives I would recommend their new line with locking blades. They are larger and seem to be a bit more durable then previous models. They even have models that open with one hand, important if you are ever injured and lose the ability to use one of your hands (this is also a downfall of the multi-tool, but this as with many other things is playing the odds). I have a Swiss Army Rucksack which I love and keep in my pickup in the center console at all times. It is a great little knife and very reasonably priced.

If you are in the market for a fixed blade that won't have people running and screaming when they see it attached to your belt I would go with something like the Benchmade Griptilian fixed blade. It is a quality fixed blade that is not humongous or unwieldy for everyday carry. I carry this knife and have my Leatherman in my survival kit and believe I have all my bases covered in the event I am called on to use my kit.

The knife is arguably the most useful tool anyone could have in the woods. Many would ague that possibly a machete or even an ax is as useful. I don't know about you but they are a little more cumbersome and therefore apt to being in the car or at home when needed most. Everyone should have a quality knife and certainly have one in their survival kit. If you have a kit sans a knife you are in my opinion in big trouble. The TWO must haves in any kit are a knife and a firesteel; you would be amazed how well you could do for yourself with just those two things.

Stay tuned for the next post on personal survival kits where we will discuss the next big boy in your kit...fire.

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Monday, April 27, 2009

GI Laces Into A Bunch Of Iraqi Police

This is great. They need to make this guy a General. (FOUL LANGUAGE WARNING)



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Guest Post - Crazy Joe: Networking Nationwide

I have enjoyed meeting literally thousands of people these past 35 years. I was raised a "camper kid" and from an early age was used to meeting other kids from all over this tri-state area (NY, NJ and CT) and some from much farther away. Most were nice and friendly and were open and honest in conversation. Being a social creature myself, I have always been one to maintain many friendships locally and far away. After getting out of the Army, I traveled and looked up former Army buddies. In doing so, I ended up meeting other folks in those 35 states. My college days were filled with cookouts and parties almost every weekend; sometimes they included a banjo, guitar and fiddle or sometime an entire rock band or two. A lot of those “camper kids” were now coming down to South Jersey for some of these weekends. Friends from my home town and my camping friends were now being introduced to the college friends. We maintained our friendships and networked, in those days, when and where the good parties were and when good concerts were coming to the tri-state area.

Over the years some of us have drifted apart due to marriage, children, bills, child support, etc. Many new friendships have arisen and hobbies such as genealogy have opened up a whole new network for many of us. About 15 years ago, I went online and suddenly I had hundreds of real cousin’s all over the USA I had not known before.

Since I was always the one who took survival the most serious there were always the "few" who gravitated towards that topic with me and learned to understand it. As I wrote in a previous article, we have a friend who has been a semi-recluse these past 25 years. He believes in his survival only along with one or two that are close to him. He knows he can do it on his own. He has all the equipment. He does not need anyone else. He believes he is invincible on his own and doesn't need others. He is not a part of our group. The old adage "there is strength in numbers" could not apply more than to this topic of survival. Regardless of the disaster, natural or manmade, a single individual or 2 or 3 couples will not have the same advantages or survivability that a group of 20 (adults) or more will have. I really am happy, and envious, for the guy and gal that have the 30 acre wilderness retreat log cabin and a year’s worth of food and a solar light. This is wonderful as long as no one else shows up.

Networking with likeminded friends in your immediate area plus farther away will increase your chances in any situation. Survivalists and (I hate this new term) preppers need to get together with their friends on a fairly regular basis. Seeing each other in aisle 5 of the local supermarket once a month and discussing Sunday’s football game is not planning. Having a cookout and getting 8 or 9 couples over for a good time gives you the opportunity to sit down and discuss various topics while BBQ sauce drips down your shirt and everyone is mixing business with pleasure. Do you or any of your close friends know of someone new that no one else has met? Invite them over and see if you add a new friend to your group. Have the cookout in another county or state with those friends further away. If you are not a camper then consider it. It is cost effective and there are really great things to see in this country of ours! I just returned from two 5 day bluegrass festivals. I met 25 or so folks and survival came up with 4 of those. I did not go to meet new people and preach this topic, I went for the music and I had a great time. Survival networking and sharing survival ideas and experiences came up around the campfire on 2 nights but so did the beer. Surviving should be a group effort as it will increase the odds in your favor.

-Crazy Joe

Thanks Crazy Joe! - Flea

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Saturday, April 25, 2009

The Survivalists

The Survivalists webring is now up to 44 sites! Thanks to everyone who has joined!

The more folks that join the more traffic for member sites so if you haven't joined, do so today!!!!

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Quote Of The Day

"Be extremely subtle, even to the point of formlessness. Be extremely mysterious, even to the point of soundlessness. Thereby you can be the director of the opponent's fate."

-Sun Tzu

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Friday, April 24, 2009

Survival Kits (Personal) Part 1

Much is made of survival kits; many people rely on store bought kits that they have no experience with or have not actually used before to save them when they need it most. The simple fact is that companies need to make money; they will compromise the integrity of a component in a heartbeat if it makes them a nickel more on every sale.

My advice is never buy a ready built survival kit; you are much better off building one from scratch. You can hand select the components and spend more on the items you know are more critical to you. Let's face it, no two people have the same idea of the perfect survival kit and they are as personal as they are diverse. There have, in fact, been entire books written on the subject.

In a series of several posts (this being the first) I am going to recommend a pocket survival kit and a slightly bigger personal survival kit. The focus of the first couple of posts will be the larger personal survival kit.

Keep in mind my kits will NOT include luxuries and will provide the basic and most important tools to survive. These are strictly recommendations and you should adjust anything to fit you personally.

There are several components that need to be covered in the personal survival kit. It should be compact, taking up no more space than a small backpack.

The focus of this post will be the container that holds all of the components of your survival kit...the bag. This is one of the areas where choice and diversity are your friends. There is a bag for everyone out there somewhere.

Some people prefer a fanny back but I like the idea of a small backpack myself. The bag should be sturdy and NOT cheaply constructed and I like Camelbaks because of the integrated hydration bladder. Two of my favorite models are the:
CamelBak M.U.L.E 3-Liter Hydration Pack
CamelBak HAWG Hydration Pack - 3L

The HAWG is bigger and will give you more room to play with, the key being you don't want something so HUMONGOUS that is you stop somewhere and walk into the woods and say "Screw this, I ain't lugging that thing in this heat!" That defeats the purpose of even doing this because a survival kit in your trunk when you are in the woods is as useless you know what on a bull.

I like the bladder idea because if you know you are going somewhere, you can pre-fill the pack and have three liters of fresh water to start off with. Many pump filters have adaptors to fill these bladders as well.

That being said, any good quality bag will do; I do recommend a backpack or fanny pack though. It needs to be something that can be fastened to your body and not something that needs to be carried and can be accidentally forgotten.

The bag is one of the most important and personal decisions that must be made in the beginning of constructing your kit. Its size will directly affect the amount you can carry and how comfortably you can carry it, so it is VERY important that you get it right. I recommend you do some dry runs walking around with some weight in the bag to see how it feels carrying it for a period of time.

One other piece of advice, concerning your selection of a bag, get something sturdy but weather resistant if possible. Nothing will be entirely waterproof but something that can keep the contents of your kit dry during a mist or drizzle will help you worry less and focus more on your situation at hand.

Once you have your bag selected and in hand there are several other critical components to a personal survival kit. They will each be covered in deatil in upcoming posts so be sure to check back shortly.

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Thursday, April 23, 2009

Save Big $$$ On TV and Telephone Charges

Save some cash by making a few changes in your telephone and TV habits.

Many people cling to landlines for some reason and they are rarely cheap with additional cost tacked on for long distance. There are several services out there you can save money by using, like Skype, Vonage and MagicJack. Many of these services offer unlimited calling to US and Canada and fixed monthly bills if you stay within their coverage options.

Get rid of costly monthly service contracts with your cellular carrier. My wife and I were paying $50 a month to Verizon just so she could have a cell phone "in case". We ditched Verizon and bought a Tracfone for 10 bucks from Walmart. She buys minutes and only refills when she needs to or when her minutes are going to expire (usually 3 months). If you buy more they roll your old ones over as well. We now pay $60 A YEAR MAX for her cell phone.

You really want to save money ditch TV altogether and sell it on ebay. Realistically, for many poeple, no TV is not an option. You can ditch cable TV, especially if you have a TV with a digital tuner (or converter box) and a decent antenna. I can pick up 10 digital stations in my area and there is no snow. With digital you either get it or you don't (there can be some issues but digital usually comes over better than analog as far as picture quality goes).

You can suppliment broadcast TV with a subscription to Netflix; the 1 or 2 at a time options are very reasonable and if you like movies it is worth the money. You can also purchase your favorite TV shows on iTunes at VERY reasonable prices. I paid almost $65 a month JUST for cable TV...I could easily cut that to $25 bucks with my Netflix subscription, broadcast TV and buying the few shows I do watch on iTunes.

There is also a website called Hulu which has TONS of TV shows online for FREE. I have gone to them to watch a few of my old favorites, they have a great selection and like I said despite some annoying advertising it is FREE.

These are just a few simple ideas on how you can save yourself a little money every month and still have some kind of entertainment to keep you occupied. If you have some additional ideas post a comment and share them with my readers.

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Wednesday, April 22, 2009

Most Popular Posts

I added a "Most Popular Posts" section on the sidebar. I use google analytics to go over my site and the popularity is based on traffic; based on that the articles listed are the most popular (most visited).

I will keep that updated so you can see what posts seem to generate the most traffic.

Below is a snapshot of a given period and the origin of my traffic for that period (google analytics). I find it nice to see organic search traffic is catching up to referrals. I would like to see that overtake referrals soon.


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Survival Links: GlobalSecurity.org

I had previously posted on Steve's Pages, it was great site that had all the military field manuals available for download. Well, some JERK (ok maybe a little harsh - if so I apologize) ruined it for everybody and downloaded EVERY manual (several hundred of them at once) and killed the guys bandwidth so he pulled them down.

Never fear, found another interesting site that has most manuals online. Some are HTML and some are PDF's.

Yes they are FREE...

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Quote Of The Day

"Courage! I have shown it for years; think you I shall lose it at the moment when my sufferings are to end?"

-Marie Antoinette (right before they lopped her head off)

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Tuesday, April 21, 2009

Profiles In Usefulness: Duct Tape

You have all heard of "Profiles In Courage"? Well I have a new series here on Be A Survivor I am calling "Profiles In Usefulness".

Each installment will cover and item that is extremely useful so much so that no person should be without.

This installment will cover the grand-daddy of usefulness DUCT TAPE

It goes by many names HVAC Tape, Duct Tape, Duck Tape, 100 mph Tape, and the list goes on...they vary in name as they do in quality. MAKE sure you buy GOOD quality duct tape not the cheap crap which only pretends to be duct tape.

Duct tape has been used to hold vehicles together, patch pipes, patch hoses, patch BODIES, etc. It has a multitude of uses due to its stickiness and its strength both of which are legendary.

According to Wikipedia "Duct tape (sometimes called duck tape; see under Etymology) is a vinyl, fabric-reinforced, multi-purpose pressure sensitive tape with a soft and tacky pressure sensitive adhesive. It is generally silver or black in color but many other colors and transparent tapes have recently become available. With a standard width of 17⁄8 inches (48 mm), duct tape was originally developed during World War II in 1942 as a water resistant sealing tape for ammunition cases.[1][2] Permacel, then a division of Johnson & Johnson, used a rubber-based adhesive to help the tape resist water and a fabric backing to add strength. It was also used to repair military equipment quickly, including jeeps, firearms, and aircraft because of these properties. In Canadian military circles, this variant is known as "gun-tape", typically olive-green, and also known for its resistance to oils and greases. Duct tape is also called "100-MPH tape" or 'Hurricane Tape' in the military [3] - a name that comes from the use of a specific variety of duct-tape that was supposedly supposed to hold up to 100mph winds. Another version attributes this to the fact that soldiers often refer to something that exceeds expectations as "High Speed."

(end of Wikipedia reference)


Duct tape has so many uses that everyone should have at least a roll or two laying around somewhere. I have a few rolls in the garage and I keep a roll in my truck box as well. When I used to play roller hockey I would reinforce the knees on my skate pants with duct tape to keep them from shredding when I would drop to my knees to block shots (I was a defenseman). It worked great.

Most recently I needed to patch my Pop-up campers awning after I carelessly put a tear in it. The awning has withstood multiple rain storms and the tape is still holding rock solid.

There are several great sites on the internet dedicated to duct tape and here is a sampling:
The Duct Tape Guys
The Duct Tape Club

Popular Mechanics, one of my favorite magazines by the way, did a great test pitting duct tape against some other types of tape and although Gorilla Tape was the winner (more expensive), duct tape performed very well. You can read the article and see the results here.

Some things you can do with duct tape:
1.) Repair your fender or even reattach it to your car.
2.) Make a wallet
3.) Patch a rubber dingy.
4.) Hem your pants
5.) Repair your tent.
6.) Patch ripped clothing
7.) Fix a broken book binding.
8.) Use to keep a wound closed (temporarily)
9.) Fasten a limb to a splint.
10.) Use as a disguise when robbing a liquor store.
11.) Used as weather stripping around doors and windows.
12.) Tape an alligators mouth shut.
13.) Repair a garden hose.
14.) Seal duct work..yes believe it or not.
15.) Duct tape also has some wart eradicating qualities. The daily application of a patch of duct tape has an equally good chance of working as over the counter remedies.

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Monday, April 20, 2009

Twitter...

In an effort to be more like Ashton Kutcher (the first person on twitter to have 1,000,000 followers) I have created a twitter account and will try and post a tip a day for you. You can follow me at:

BeASurvivor

So far I have at least one brave soul willing to follow me into the fire...

Now I just need to find a way to marry Demi Moore.

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My Favorite Movies

Best Movies:
The Last of the Mohicans- this is one of the best movies ever made. The cinematography and music are beautiful. The story is a classic and the acting is spot on.

Master and Commander - The Far Side of the World- this is also an outstanding movie. I thought they would do more of the series but I don't think this movie did well enough for them to go ahead with it. There is an entire series of books about Captain Jack Aubrey.

Black Hawk Down- I love this movie. The Rangers and Delta Force kick ass. The movie is action packed and I thought it was extremely well done.

Saving Private Ryan- I am not a huge Tom Hanks fan but this is a classic...nuff said.

American Psycho- This is a great movie. It is funny even though I don't think that was the intent. Christian Bale plays a GREAT sick bastard. I highly recommend this one if you have never seen it.

A Beautiful Mind- You might think I am a Russel Crowe fan but really I am not. This was just a great movie about a brilliant man with a tortured mind.

Best Apocalypse/Zombie Movies:
28 Days Later- This movie and the sequel scare the shit out of me. Something about the infected running full steam after you and not getting tired really creeps me out.

28 Weeks Later- see above.

The Whole Romero Series (Night of the Living Dead, Dawn of the Deadand Day of the Dead- hell this guy is the master. His movies are classics and everyone has copied them in some way or another. My favorite of the series is Dawn of the Dead.

Dawn of the Dead(Remake) - This is a surprisingly good remake of the original and is quite scary.

Shaun of the Dead- These guys make me laugh pure and simple, whether it is this movie or Hot Fuzz...these guys are absolute pissers.

Deep Impact- This is a well done movie. Morgan Freeman makes a good president and the premise is very realistic and QUITE POSSIBLE.

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