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E164: Creating a Culture of Preparedness

In this episode sit down with Paul Martin. He’s going to share with us lessons in making prepareness a full contact community sport. We’ll also discuss practical things preppers often over look while being distracted by the more exciting yet unlikely scenarios.

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Topics covered in this episode:

  • Who is Paul Martin?
  • Mistakes all preppers make
  • The impracitcality of chemical attack suits
  • Prepparedness as a community action instead of soley going it alone
  • Practical prepper advice for the NON-zombie appcololypse emergency
  • Life insurance as a prep
  • Disability insurance as a prep
  • Longterm care insurance as a prep
  • Why is prepparedness good citizenship?

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Aaron Hagedorn

In his free time, he enjoys hogging the remote, surfing, scotch, mental masturbation and debate over philosophical topics, and shooting stuff--usually not all at the same time.

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