EMP Attack Survival Items: The Ultimate Guide On How To Build A Highly Effective Survival Kit That Will Allow You To Survive An EMP Attack


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This book will discuss how to build your own personal EMP attack survival kit. An EMP attack would, without question, be one of the most devastating types of disasters that could impact the United States. The power grid would collapse instantly. The vast majority of vehicles would no longer work. The supply chain would stop. There would be no more utilities, forms of long distance communication, or running water. The economy will completely and utterly collapse. All the stores in your town will become looted. Your electronics, including your smart phone and your laptop, will cease working immediately as well. Within just a few months, tens if not hundreds of millions would die from starvation, dehydration, suicide, disease, or murder. To make matters worse, the United States government has virtually no contingency plan on how to deal with an EMP attack. This means that the recovery period would take years. During that time, you will be completely on your own. Your life will never be the same again. If our enemies would ever want to deal a truly destructive and overwhelming blow to the United States, an EMP attack would be the way they would do it. To survive such a catastrophic event, you must have your own personal survival kit ready to go. This book will discuss how to build your own personal EMP survival kit in the following categories: – Food and Water – Powerless Tools – Weapons – First Aid – Personal Hygiene – Fire and Shelter – Communication – Bartering Items In addition, this book will provide recommendations on specific makes and models of gear in the above categories. By the end of this book, you will have complete knowledge of everything you need to have in your EMP survival kit, so you can begin putting it together immediately.

L.L. Bean: The Man and His Company


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Because his feet got wet and sore on a hunting trip, L. L. Bean developed his famous boot and started the mail-order company that would change the sleepy town of Freeport, Maine, into a huge outdoor mall.

The story begins with the Bean family, young Leon Leonwood Bean’s love of the outdoors, his first forays into sales (soap, men’s clothing), and then his development of the boot and the beginnings of an outdoors outfitting company that ran on a card file system and resisted change. The story of L.L. Bean, Inc.’s phenomenal growth under grandson Leon Gorman is replete with Preppies, MBAs, infighting, and even parodies of a company that would eventually get its own Zip Code. B&W photographsUsed Book in Good Condition

The Tin Roof Blowdown: A Dave Robicheaux Novel

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Dave Robicheaux returns in an adventure as timely as real life: the fight against crime, and the fight for life in New Orleans in the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina.

In the waning days of summer 2005, a storm with greater impact than the bomb that struck Hiroshima peels the face off southern Louisiana. This is the gruesome reality Iberia Parish Sheriff’s Detective Dave Robicheaux discovers as he is deployed to New Orleans. As The Tin Roof Blowdown begins, Hurricane Katrina has left the commercial district and residential neighborhoods awash with looters and predators of every stripe. The power grid of the city has been destroyed; New Orleans reduced to the level of a medieval society. There is no law, no order, no sanctuary for the infirm, the helpless, and the innocent. Bodies float in the streets and lie impaled on the branches of flooded trees. In the midst of an apocalyptical nightmare, Robicheaux must find two serial rapists, a morphine-addicted priest, and a vigilante who may be more dangerous than the criminals looting the city.Used Book in Good Condition

Harmonies & Hurricanes : Color and Line in Japanese Quilts

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The 24 sensational quilts demonstrate Kumiko’s incredible range. Her brilliant, bold colors–reminiscent of the striking colors found in a Japanese kimono–capture the spirit of imperial Japan, while her use of delicate shades and intricate patterns remind the reader of the tranquillity of Japanese gardens. She describes how she uses color and line to explore themes, to create context, and, ultimately, to jolt a response from her viewers. Features include 10 all-new quilt patterns with step-by-step instructions and guidance on color choices and fabric analysis.Used Book in Good Condition

Clifford Ross: Through the Looking Glass

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Much like Alice Liddell in Lewis Carroll’s Through the Looking Glass, multimedia artist Clifford Ross looks beyond the natural world to uncover another world bound only by the imagination, in which images are reversed and landscapes reimagined in ravishing color. A digital visionary, Ross uses methods old and new to produce exceptionally beautiful and radically redesigned conceptions of reality.

In 2009, Ross was commissioned in collaboration with the fine art manufacturers at Franz Mayer of Munich to create a monumental public art project for the US Federal Courthouse in Austin, Texas. The culmination of this collaboration is a colorful twenty-eight-foot-square stained glass wall with built-in hydraulic doors opening into a large event space. This book documents the long process, which brought together architects, engineers, craftsmen, and government officials and combined centuries-old construction techniques with twenty-first-century digital technology.

With one hundred full-color illustrations from all phases of the wall’s design and construction, ranging from photographs to pencil sketches and computer renderings, this book charts the creation of a modern monument.

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The Summer House


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Written in Lauren Denton’s signature Southern style, The Summer House tells the story of two women who must face the pain of the past to embrace the future and learn who they truly are.

On the island of Safe Harbor, two women learn the power of letting go.

When Lily Bishop’s husband walks out, desperation drives Lily to take a job as the resident hairdresser at Safe Harbor Village, an active living community on the shore of Bon Secour Bay, Alabama. What’s supposed to be nothing more than a way to support herself as she figures out her next move quickly turns into more as she settles into the salon and gets to know the village residents—including the prickly owner, Rose Carrigan, whom Lily suspects is hiding something more than just her distaste for Coach Beaumont’s early morning crooning.

Rose runs a tight ship, keeping watch over the village, ensuring all rules are followed, and staying at arm’s length from the other residents. She lets her guard down for two people—her nephew Rawlins, who works in the family shrimping business, and his five-year-old daughter, Hazel.

As the summer days stretch out with no word from Lily’s husband, Worth, Lily tentatively allows her own longings and hopes to stretch in the sunlight, just as down the road, Rose works to overcome years of isolation and regret by opening herself up to possibility, and maybe even love. Here in Safe Harbor—the scoop of land where sea captains used to wait out choppy waters and unexpected storms—these two very different women sharpen and soften each other in ways they never could have predicted.

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Days On The Road: Crossing The Plains In 1865


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“Why are we here? Why have we left home, friends, relatives, associates, and loved ones, who have made so large a part of our lives and added so much to our happiness?”

On May 1, 1865, Sarah Raymond mounted her beloved pony and, riding alongside the wagon carrying her mother and two younger brothers, left war-torn Missouri and headed west.

With the sole motive of bettering themselves, the Raymonds began their journey undecided as to whether California or Oregon would be their ultimate destination.

By the middle of June, however, they had been persuaded that Montana was in fact the place to make for and the train altered path accordingly.

As they passed through Iowa, Nebraska and Wyoming towards the Rocky Mountains, they faced all manner of perils in experiencing the harsh reality of life on the Great Plains.

After four months and four days, the wagon train finally arrived in Virginia City, Montana in early September, and they set about beginning their new lives.

Unvarnished and evocative, Days on the Road is an extraordinary journal of what it was really like on the trail for the many who emigrated west in a bid to start over.

Sarah Raymond Herndon (1840-1914) arrived in Montana at the height of the Gold Rush in 1865. After teaching there for one school year, she married James M. Herndon in 1867. In addition to Days on the Road she also kept a diary of her experiences in Virginia City.