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27 June, 2011

Doomsday Preppers | Tonight at 10pm on National Geographic Channel


Doomsday Preppers | National Geographic Channel

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16 comments:

  1. Thanks a lot for the heads up. I would have missed it.

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  2. Programs like these are a big part of why National Geographic has become one of my favorite channels. Where else can you get shows like Doomsday Preppers? Which is part of why it's going to be such a hard hit to DirecTV customers when they lose all their Fox programming (NatGeo included). Another reason to be happy to be a DISH Network subscriber / employee, since we have a long term contract with Fox and don't have to worry about that.

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  3. how come it;s not listed on The Nat Geo ch tonight at 10p or anytime tonight or tomorrow?

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  4. This post was from last Summer, hence the first comment above. Sorry. :(

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  5. Buy your survival gear soon - Dec. 21st will be here before you know it!!

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  6. Will be on Nat Geo Feb 7 2012

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  7. I love this show but wish they'd weed out some of the kooks as they make the rest of us look bad. Like last weeks episode had that really big guy playing rambo. Come on, he's not fit and ready for survival. If he wants to get serious he has to drop at least 100 pounds I'd think.

    www.doomsday-preppers.com

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  8. I totally agree with that comment about making the rest of us look bad. This ain't no game, and it isn't a matter of if something is going to happen it's a matter of WHEN!!

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  9. Great show, and very good ideas. But I have not heard one single 'rater' of their mission bring up the first thing I noticed with many of these folks.....and that is that most of them have most of there food in jars! Wouldn't most events shake or move these enough to break at the first sign of desaster?? Hmmm...

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  11. This show is really bad. Very disappointed in NatGeo

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  12. I love it. Great to see some very practical and green idea's. Thanks Nat Geo!

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  13. I sure hope all the doomsday preppers remembered that YellowStone park is do to blow,As it has every last 640,000 years.
    Hey its been 640,000 years again.
    Your best bunker sights are Alaska,or the west coast area.
    Since there wont be a eastern US when it blows.

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  14. Oh Anonymous forgot to tell you, I saw that stuff on
    NatGeo When Yellow Stone blows.
    Great channel love the show wish common people were a
    bit smarter than they are.People should watch NatGeo
    more than they do.

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  15. I am sorry some people have said they do not like this show. It is their own personal opinion indeed. You have to understand that when they film this show they cut out a lot. They also make it look like some of these people are nuts when, in reality they are not. Most of them prepare for any disaster to come, not just one particular one. I hope more people watch and listen and learn from it.

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  16. You kick ass dude. Need to get educated and prepped. Thanks for inspiring.

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