Are You, your Family and Friends Survival Prepared for a Major Disaster?
Survivor Jack’s Mission is Equiping and Empowering People through Entertaining 1st Aid and Survival Education.
START WITH “Letter to my Children – Lessons from Haiti and Japan”. (8:15 No ads – only education) Clearly explains the specifics behind WHY Being Prepared is Vital. Forward the link to family and friends who are reluctant to prepare.
MOST RECENT VIDEOS:
Survivor Jack’s Ellen Show DJ Audition (2:47) – help me bring 1st Aid and Survival Basics to Ellen’s Audience
New Normal # 1 – California’s Drought (4:57) – If it continues, where do we move 34,000,000 people? Are you ready for the rising food prices?
New Normal # 2 – Boston, Bombs and Bullets (8:43) – What YOU and Society should learn from Boston’s Bombs and Colorado’s Bullet
SJ Reviews Paracord, Dakota Gear & 550 Milspec (5:33) Parachute Cord is called “Military Duct Tape” - one of the strongest, most versatile, yet inexpensive Survival Tools.
Survivor Jack Endorses Kevin’s Kandles (5:12) a safer, less expensive alternative to candles
IF you are ready for more now, visit the following ….
DIY (Do It Yourself) Articles
“Survivor Jack” was born from National Geographic TV’s “Doomsday Preppers” (S1E9)
Roger Anthony Speed Bag Jedi —– This is HOW you master any new skill you want to develop. Enjoy a superb teacher and my friend, Roger Anthony.
THIS is a humble start. I promise to improve and expand “SurvivorJack.com”. I’ll add more videos soon. For Ideas or Suggestions or a Preparedness Guest for TV, Radio or Blogcast, contact Jack@SurvivorJack.com Be Honest, Be Excellent & Walk About Prepared®
SURVIVOR JACK ENDORSES ….
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*For just the cost of shipping & handling, you can buy this “Credit Card knife”.
In my mind, this little knife is my last resort. Since it has a thin ‘surgical’ blade, I think of it for 1st Aid uses. It also cuts cords or robes. I often give these as gifts. Stop by here and check it out: Free Credit Card knife.
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