On Planning Ahead for Factory Fires: No Non-cents Diary

Dear Diary,

I stayed up past my bedtime last night writing my thoughts on shoplifting. I am ready to move on to the subject of all the fires and explosions in all kinds of factories rationally.

I still had goals to meet before noon. As I did each 10-minute task, I thought about writing about planning ahead – mini steps in my own Prepper Journey. I

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Shoplifting-We All Are Punished: No Non-cents Diary

I believe that shoplifting is a crime against not only a retailer but the community as well. I am shocked that many people take a defensive stance against my ideas of theft and looting when the ultimate consequence comes back to bite everyone in the proverbial buttocks.

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The No Non-cents Diary: Introduction

Welcome to No Non-cents Nanna’s current project – The No Non-cents Diary.

If you are feeling vulnerable and overwhelmed with mainstream and social media disinformation, maybe you and I want to exchange our thoughts on how to make TUFF better before SHTF.

Are you interested in preparedness for the family but don’t know where to start? Please feel free to check out any old No Non-cents Nana post. Then…

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Recycling is a Farce: Can Americans Rethink Our Pandemic Trash?

I have prided myself on being eco-friendly.

I reused*, repurposed*, and thought that I was recycling to keep America beautiful while saving our planet.

I was wrong to believe a fantasy.

For one thing, I was overloading the globe with plastics jugs I thought that could be recycled. I fell for an effective feel-good marketing campaign all these years – I am concerned about the growing toxic world I will leave to my great-grandchildren.

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Recycling is a Farce: Can Americans Rethink Our Pandemic Trash?

Hits: 8I have prided myself on being eco-friendly. I reused*, repurposed*, and thought that I was recycling to keep America beautiful while saving our planet. I was wrong to believe a fantasy. For one thing, I was overloading the globe with plastics jugs I thought that could be recycled. I fell for an effective feel-good marketing campaign all these years – I am concerned about the growing toxic world I will leave to my great-grandchildren. After a tiny bit of research, I learned that my ‘recycled’ laundry detergent jugs and more were piling up on foreign continents. The disposable plastic cups and straws we are served if we go through the Drive-thru Fast Food may be floating in the oceans.  […]

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