Jason McConniel

Episode 51: 1 Year Anniversary

January 16, 2012
Episode 51: 1 Year Anniversary

Host Aaron and Jonathan are joined by Jason and Jeep to discuss lessons learned from the past year and what to expect going forward…

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Urban Chickens

June 7, 2011

I said I was not going to do it any time soon when talking to friends about my Self Sufficiency project, but it happened anyway. Chickens. Yes, chickens. Painfully dumb, yet adorably entertaining chickens. But, they couldn’t be just any urban chickens, oh no. Being the dazzling urbanite farmers we are, we had to get […]

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Episode 11: More About Us

April 11, 2011
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Hosts Aaron Frankel and Jonathan Kanarek give listeners a more in depth “About Us” about the show and it’s purpose. The planned regular rerelease of Episode 0 was a mistake. Instead, Episode 11 is a more elaborate explanation of: How Aaron and Jonathan got  into Urban Survival? How long Aaron and Jonathan have been in prepp? Their […]

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Episode 9: The Most Important Survival Skill

March 28, 2011
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Hosts Aaron Frankel and Jonathan Kanarek discuss the single most important survival skill, understanding the Disaster Matrix, and the decay of personal responsibility. Topics: Prepping based on the Disaster Matrix; most likely to least likely. Getting past your gear addiction. Get out of debt. Survival CHI – Community, Health, and Intelligence. Experiencing Project Appleseed. The mind set […]

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Episode 4: Dogs & Life After Terrorism

February 21, 2011
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Today we are joined by former breeder and dog trainer Jason McConniel for a discussion about dogs. We also have a review of the book Life After Terrorism by Bruce D. Clayton, Ph.D. Topic 1: Dogs for the Urban Survivalist The first episode of many to include Jason, the show’s “Redneck Resource.” Jason walks us […]

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