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Please, just laugh at this post, as it is completely satire. If any of you are really crazy enough to try any of these methods in real life... well you deserve what you get. Put on your acting hat, pick up the phone and with some sniffling, coughing and stuffed sounds call your boss and tell him how sick you are. Oh it would help if you had a cloths pin on your nose so you sound stuffed up. Call in dead. Go on to the computer or get...[More]

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1) Have either a single secure source of income, such as working for a big company remotely, retired with a pension of some kind, or have many streams of income. You do not want to be in middle of no where and find out your broke, your car died, and your out of food.2) Banking... I suggest you have a major bank that has branches in all major cities. This way if you have problems, a question, or just like the convenience of saying hi to tellers you can...[More]

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My name is Scott Robertson, I am an Eagle Scout and an experienced Website Manager. I am currently looking for new clients that need help managing the day to day operations of their sites. With over 15 years experience in web development, managing servers and running my own sites I know how hard it is to stay on top of everything. It takes time, effort and experience to run a website. This is where I come in.What it comes down to, I will oversee any and all aspects of your...[More]

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I have decided to offer tutoring service and thought I would take a moment to let you know about it... I can help, by being patient, using my wacky sense of humor to make it fun, and using creative analogies to help explain things. I also have an extensive background in tutoring, including: Over 5 years experience tutoring 15+ years experience computers and web development 2 AA degrees in computer science 10+ years self employed / running own business Over 30 years experience in the outdoors 4 years of...[More]

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How much water is enough? by Tom SciaccaIf you like food as much as I do, it’s hard to imagine that our body can actually go weeks without food. It wouldn’t be fun, of course, but it can be done. But without water, our bodies can get into serious trouble quickly – just a matter of days before dehydration can set in. So why is it that many people keep lots of extra food stored in their houses, but neglect to store any water?This subject came to mind recently when...[More]

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1. Split dead limb into fragments and shave one fragment into slivers. 2. Bandage left thumb. 3. Chop remaining fragments into smaller fragments. 4. Bandage left foot. 5. Make a structure of slivers (including those embedded in hand). 6. Light match. 7. Light match. 8. Repeat "A Scout is Cheerful" and light match. 9. Apply match to slivers, add wood fragments, and blow gently into base of flames. 10. Apply burn ointment to nose. 11. When fire is burning, collect more wood. 12. When fire is burning well, add the...[More]

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3 cups sifted flour 3 teaspoons baking powder 1 teaspoon salt 1 heaping teaspoon sugar 1 cup lukewarm water Oil for Frying Combine flour, baking powder, salt and sugar. Stir in water to form dough. Roll out (Or press) 1/2 inch thick. Cut into squares and cut slits in dough. Fry until golden. Remove and let cool. *Top with cinnamon and sugar or try a Taco fry bread! Top with taco meat, cheese, and all your favorite taco toppings!...[More]

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Here are some Native American Games your kids may enjoy playing while in camp. STICK DICE Some American Indians used Stick Dice, which are two-sided pieces of decorated wood, bone, or horn. We will make ours out of popcycle sticks! Decorate one side in all red and the other side in all black. EASY DIRECTIONS: Two players both throw their dice (or take turns with one set) One player gets a point for each red side that lands up and the other for black ADVANCED...[More]

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Ingredients:1 to 2 cans Cherry Pie Filling 1 Tube of Biscuit Dough 1 Stick of Unsalted Butter Cinnamon and sugar mix. CharcoalStart charcoal. We’ve found a charcoal chimney works well and you don’ need lighter fluid. You’ll need about 16 to 18 briquettes.Coat the bottom and sides of your Dutch with aluminum foil. Spread the cherry pie filling evenly across the bottom. Open the biscuit dough and evenly cover the pie filling. Cut the butter into tabbs and spread evenly over the biscuit dough. Sprinkle cinnamon sugar mixture lightly on...[More]

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I can hear you asking what does this have to do with camping. My answer is it doesn't. Keep in mind RoadCEO is about camping and running a business from the road. This post of curse relates to running a business from the road.Consider hiring one or more remote works to help you. Keep in mind you get what you pay for. There are many sites such as odesk where you can find overseas workers that work for only a few dollars an hour. In many cases they turn out...[More]

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This recipe was recently shared on a mailing list and I thought I would share with you as its sounds pretty good and came with high praise. Originally it came from http://www.food.com/recipe/kids-chili-15603#ixzz1npbZ9Clu Kid's ChiliIngredients:2 lbs lean ground beef 1 cup chopped yellow onion 1 teaspoon salt ½ teaspoon pepper , to taste 1 teaspoon garlic powder 1 can mild chili bean (Bush's) 1 can dark red kidney beans (Bush's) 2 cans DelMonte stewed tomatoes 2 tablespoons brown sugar 1 package McCormick mild chili seasoningDirections:1 - Brown ground beef and...[More]

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First. I suggest you create as many different income streams as possible. This way the failure of any one stream will not result in complete loss of all income as you will have the others to fall back on to.1. Use sites like ODesk to find freelance work you can do with just a computer and an internet connection. For example by being a virtual assistant or coding. 2. Start your own website or blog, with high quality content. Spend months if not years building traffic to it. Add...[More]

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This post comes from the a camping survival blog (http://campingsurvivalblog.com/facebook-discussion-question/adaptability-survival/). I was wondering what your thoughts are on this topic?Adaptability is the key to survival. Species that can adapt have a higher survival rate. We tend to plan for a rainy day completely unprepared for a drought. Adapt to your environment, but prepare for the unexpected.I have an acquaintance who was one of the last true homesteaders in Alaska. He and his wife had carved out a wilderness niche for themselves, sans chain saws or any modern tools. Hardcore. Miles...[More]

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My good friend Jeff Walker, founder of The Perfect CampfireGrill, has designed and built an amazing line of grills to cook over a campfire. Jeff's grills are made from heavy-guage steel and have a patented one inch raised edge that allows the cook to put food up to the edge without it rolling off into the campfire. Not only are his grills affordable, they are simple to setup. Put the stake in the ground, attach the grill, and then start grilling. Picture it a charcoal grill small enough to fit...[More]

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Please, just laugh at this post, as it is completely satire. If any of you are really crazy enough to try any of these methods in real life... well you deserve what you get. Put on your acting hat, pick up the phone and with some sniffling, coughing and stuffed sounds call your boss and tell him how sick you are. Oh it would help if you had a cloths pin on your nose so you sound stuffed up. Call in dead. Go on to the computer or get...[More]

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