I try to provide links to quality articles every day on Prepper Website. I would say that is my main focus. But I also want the website to be a resource beyond just providing links. So, I have linked to preparedness and related websites (to my detriment in the search engine rankings) below all the articles I link to. Over the years, I have accumulated quite a few websites! And every time I find a new one or one that I haven’t heard about, I add it.
But I also do something that is very sad to me. I mean, [...]
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