1. lossinthewilderness:

A refrigerator without using electricity! Just two garden pots, sand or dirt, and water! An ancient food storage method dated back 5000 years ago!

    lossinthewilderness:

    A refrigerator without using electricity! Just two garden pots, sand or dirt, and water! An ancient food storage method dated back 5000 years ago!

  2. kaleishafetters:

It’s the cardinal rule of freezers: Once it goes in, it’s never going to taste quite the same.
But for some foods, a better rule would be: It will taste awful, make you sick, or explode all over your ice-cube tray.
Read the article at WomensHealthMag.com

    kaleishafetters:

    It’s the cardinal rule of freezers: Once it goes in, it’s never going to taste quite the same.

    But for some foods, a better rule would be: It will taste awful, make you sick, or explode all over your ice-cube tray.

    Read the article at WomensHealthMag.com

  3. Be Prepared Not Scared

    Be Prepared Not Scared

  4. livingsurvival:

(via LifeStraw Personal Water Filter Review)

    livingsurvival:

    (via LifeStraw Personal Water Filter Review)

  5. monkeymancheeks:

    blacknoonajade:

    Look who showed up to the sanctioned peaceful protest in ‪#‎Ferguson‬! Yes! Your friendly militarized SWAT team!

    Your:

    Right to freedom of assembly.

    Right to freedom of association.

    Right to freedom of speech.

    Those?

    Nah. Who needs though. Ridiculous. Ridiculous. 

    They come in peace puny earthlings…

    I believe in 2nd Amendment, but not war weapons on streets.” -Pres. Obama

    I wonder when President Obama will enforce this belief on his thug police forces?

  6. (Source: huntingblood)

  7. Seeing the previews for this looks good. Love the whole Mad Max movies and hope this one lives up to the others.

    Seeing the previews for this looks good. Love the whole Mad Max movies and hope this one lives up to the others.

  8. riddick09:

    The Eagle 1: A 350 Sq. Ft. 2-Story Steel Framed Micro Home - an easy stacked container / conex conversion:

    It’s a 350 sq. ft. two-story, steel-framed tiny house built on a foundation.

    When you walk into the main floor through the french doors you’re greeted by the living room and kitchen.

    Keep walking towards the back you’ll find the ‘front door’ along with the bathroom. Behind you are the stairs to go up to the second floor where you can enjoy a spacious bedroom with a 50 sq. ft. upstairs deck/balcony.

    The main level is 10′x20′ and the second floor is approximately 10′x15′ with the 10′x’5′ deck/balcony I told you about. Ready to check it out? I thought so! Enjoy below.

    The Eagle 1 Two Level Micro Home

    I’ll show you the floor plan below but above you can see how it all works. The front door is in the rear right of the building but you can also decide to use the french doors instead. And one of my favorite features is the upstairs balcony from the bedroom. Pretty cool, right? Enjoy the rest of this micro house below:

    This home was designed and built by MurchTech Consulting Corp using a patented composite steel wall system. Pricing for this unit starts at $48,500 done for you. More info here and below.

    Resources

    MurchTech Consulting Corp
    Eagle Micro Home Site
    About the inventor, John Murchie
    Call 604-306-7551
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  9. bulletsforamerica:

oyeelocaa:

xsheislove:


1986 7-Eleven

Fakkkk

Gone but not forgotten

Gas prices 28 years ago. Yikes.

The Glory Days!

    bulletsforamerica:

    oyeelocaa:

    xsheislove:

    1986 7-Eleven

    Fakkkk

    Gone but not forgotten

    Gas prices 28 years ago. Yikes.

    The Glory Days!

    (Source: pizzzatime)

  10. Ok this is just funny! I don’t normally post stuff like this but what the hell! LOL

    (Source: best-of-memes)

  11. Anonymous said: Do you have the floor plan for this cabin?

    Sorry no I don’t. Most of the cabin and tiny homes I post are re-posts or found on other websites. Some great designs tho!

  12. shtfpreps:

(via How To Bug-In: What You Need To Know To Survive A Grid Down Disaster - SHTF, Emergency Preparedness, Survival Prepping, Homesteading)

Be Prepared Not Scared

    shtfpreps:

    (via How To Bug-In: What You Need To Know To Survive A Grid Down Disaster - SHTF, Emergency Preparedness, Survival Prepping, Homesteading)

    Be Prepared Not Scared