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Bouyscout
Jun 24 '18
Rating:   4
3 strikes and out

I listened to 3 different podcasts because I wanted to give him the benefit of the doubt. Found his podcasts to be not well organized. He struggled to express his ideas at times and then over-plained simple ideas at other times. Spent too much time on common sense subjects.

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GrecoDog
Jun 27 '17
Rating:   6
Decent Podcast

All in all a pretty good podcast on a variety of subjects. Not very good at explaining electrical and solar systems, he is a bit scattered and jumps around to much. He tries to draw analogies multiple times for the same issue. I used the Tinhat Ranch on YouTube for Solar. Much more explanatory and made way more sense.

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bherbert
May 12 '17
Rating:   10
Great info!!

I just found your podcast and and been listening during my commute time to and from work. Some of the topics I have heard from others but its good to be reminded of important info. Keep if up and thank you!

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Friar, GK
Oct 9 '16
Rating:   10
Great content

Episodes are very well presented and full of relevant, useful information. Thanks

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m.rue
Sep 3 '16
Rating:   8
Good Food For Thought

Good podcast presenting a variety of information on prepping and preparedness in general.

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Effilcdar123456
Aug 28 '16
Rating:   4
Disappointing knockoff

I kept trying to give this podcast a chance. The final straw was episode 122 on high mileage vehicles. Being a master technician with over 10 years of experience I am very familiar with what contributes to good and bad fuel economy. This episode had more folklore and superstition than useful fact. Even when the recommendations were correct the reasoning behind them was deeply flawed and showed a lack of basic knowledge of the operation of modern internal combustion engines. I can forgive a mistake or two but this shows a lack of reliable research that would lead me to seriously doubt any new information I got from this source. If you want a podcast on preparedness or survivalism then I recommend "The survival podcast" by Jack Spirko. He, at least, is honest about what he knows and what he doesn't.

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T4#1
Jul 21 '16
Rating:   10
Highly useful

I find the prepper podcasts to be exceptionally informative and helpful. Additionally, the advice and information comes without radical political positions or viewpoints, just a lot of good common sense solutions and strategy’s that can save us all a lot of time and money getting prepared and possibly save lives. Thanks Ken for what you do and keep up the good work!

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Rabbit hole 99
Jul 12 '16
Rating:   10
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I love the show. I work at a large wood mill in Atlanta TX. Me and the guys in the wood yard play you on our PA system so the old timers without smartphones can hear. They love the show.

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first2fight
Apr 16 '16
Rating:   10
A breath of fresh air

If you look for information on prepping (or watch doomsday preppers) the first thing that comes to mind is where the heck did they get the money for all of this. Everyone wants to sell survival food,gear, etc., except this guy. His first bit of advice is don't buy anything. Think, analyze, think some more, then act. Lots of great stuff.

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GinoBoyee
Mar 30 '16
Rating:   8
useful info well presented

Ken shares a wide variety of knowledge from great sources. While his anti-government politics leaks out a bit too much for my taste, he has a great sense of humor to make up for it. That belief system goes with the pepper territory, it seems. I would still recommend him to my progressive, hippie friends.

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