With the advent of “progress” we now live in a society in which nothing is really that urgent to most folks. But is this really progress?
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In response to rising beef costs, USDA-approved “finely textured meat” is making a comeback…if it ever really left.
It just isn’t fair that a free market allows business owners to deem what they want to do with their own businesses. My goodness. The people in the world today, thinking they can do whatever they want like that, without worrying about offending someone.
We got over 100 pounds of peaches, and we used the whole thing: the lush fruit, the peel, and the pits. We preserved these goodies so that we can have a taste of sunshine during the cold months.
Whole, organic food is expensive, so in order to get our money’s worth, we need to be creative and make it go as far as possible.
Cost of Medical Bills for Baby Hit by SWAT Grenade? Over $800,000. County’s Refusal to Pay? Priceless
They blew a hole through the face and chest cavity of a 19 month old child, permanently disfigured him, put him through an unfathomable amount of agony with treatments and repeated surgeries, and now, the family, which was already struggling financially after losing their home in a fire, is stuck with the bill.
Watch and learn from the events in Ferguson, because this type of chaos could be coming to a city near you.
It’s time for a prepper reality check. Be warned. You may not like it. And if you’re offended by this article, that could mean that you are one of the people I’m talking about.
Is your child prepared to bug out from school?
To truly break free of the grocery store, you have to free yourself from the “list of ingredients” mindset and proceed into real scratch cooking like our grandmothers used to do.