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Join Me Today As I Respond to Your Calls and Discuss…
- Thoughts on the stock market and BTC investing
- Tax implications of selling crypto currency
- Choosing a good hard key for crypto currency
- Dealing with soil that won’t take or hold onto water
- Why I am not a fan of shipping containers for underground homes
- The answer to “I don’t need to prep, guns are all I need, I will take what I want”
- Why are “grains bad for you” and why it isn’t that simple
- A report on Polish NATO cans from Ohio Prep
- Catching invasive doves and pigeons
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- The Granddaddy’s Gun Club
- 2.5 Gallon NATO Cans from Ohio Prep
- Paleo Leap Article – What is Wrong With Grains
- Crossroads – Cream
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