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There’s a little Prepper in all of us. We want to know what you do to prep – whether it’s preparing for a night on the town, taking your kids to school or hunkering down for the end of the world. Think about things you do to prep in daily life, from the mundane to the important and share them with us. The videos we like best will be featured during the season finale of Doomsday Preppers!

You can submit your Tout to us here – but don’t wait too long, the deadline is April 18th!

Comments

  1. Kate
    Idaho
    April 10, 2012, 10:15 pm

    My family and I have decided that true preppers won’t let anyone into their world, to let you know where we are, or what we have, but I like the show and watch it regularly. (some good new ideas to think on) However, I think your assessors are too hard on some of the preppers. Each person’s idea of survival is different than others, I hope we all survive. Peace.

  2. Tim McauliffeP
    Rural indiana
    April 11, 2012, 8:16 am

    Could one of your preppers explain how they protect their food stores from rodents and other wildlife. I enjoy the program, and look forward to new each episode. Perhaps my concern about food contamination could be better addressed by your experts.
    It’s the little things that I worry about. Thank you for your time.

  3. Russell
    Arkansas
    April 12, 2012, 4:57 pm

    I’ve watched every show so far and I have seen some really great ideas. I don’t know who these “experts” are that say things like: “EMP’s are very unlikely to happen” or “An economic collapse isn’t likely to happen in our live time”. The “experts” the National Geographic Channel is talking to must be a bunch of idiots. We just experienced an economic depression not seen since the 1930’s. We have experienced solar flares that are only going to get worse. We have crazy dictators around the world who would love to blow us up or explode a missile over our country. Instead of talking to the “experts” from organizations like: The RAND Corporation, The Southern Poverty Law Center, and other government funded organizations, have your “experts” look at history and current events. Unfortunately, you would have to be a millionaire to prep “perfectly” for every situation. Prepping is a great idea and can save your life in time of need. But to have your “experts” lead people in the wrong direction on events that are likely to happen, is very irresponsible and could create a undesired backlash on The National Geographic Channel and its parent company. I love the work The National Geographic Channel does and produces. But wisdom must be in the equation. Thank you for your time.

  4. CRedbug
    South
    April 13, 2012, 10:46 pm

    We have a adult daughter who is type 1 diabetic and is insulin dependent. Could you have a show that specifically talks about prepping for a long term disaster for medically needy people and how to prepare for the worst. Her doctors say that medicine will always be available. We can’t take that chance and want to do something in the event any type of long term disaster could happen.

  5. a frommi
    April 15, 2012, 1:30 pm

    I want to let the woman who preps by putting food inside the door and under the bed, that the food can get moldy quick. She use the bathroom door and she did not put the soup packets in sealed air tight bags. Then she has to hang a bag of silica to keep them dry. And everything dry that she has saved will require water. It is best to have a big supply of water or buy wet food, like pastas and soups and rotate regularly (eat and replace before they expire. If she has a water source she has to make sure the water will not be privatize. All water ways will be fenced or they will keep the water from flowing down to urban areas. Remember the wealthy of the country, the top 20% controls now 93% of the wealth and they can afford it. The bottom 80% shares only 7% of the wealth and will just die first without water. So, unless you are on the top 20% of the population you will not survive without water.

  6. a frommi
    April 15, 2012, 1:37 pm

    To the person with a daughter who has type 1 diabetes. You have to have enough meds on hand like insulin. Some insulin has to be kept refrigerated. So know where can you get dry ice fast. You need a doctor that can give her an extra prescription for a big supply. In case of a really big disaster the pharmaceutical companies my be damaged or destroyed. And I hate to scare you but I know someone (I am diabetic too) that say the first onse who would get meds and the military and the wealthy. The wealthy can afford everything. So keep money aside and something you can barter with.

  7. YV
    uranus
    April 16, 2012, 8:30 am

    Well, this is the thing, I watched tv show about uranus, and
    there were coments how it is tilted and magnetic poles are not
    were they should be. I think that they are switchin, like they
    switched on Earth…

  8. Elmer Dinkley
    April 18, 2012, 5:34 am

    I find this program bordering on intrusiveness, these folks are in the right mindset, yet they toss themselves out there willfully… first of all they are fools, and NG is horrendous for putting it out there, these folks and many others have lives to live, normally, without interference, now…yet again, the media invalidates the efforts of the good, thanks you jackasses…

  9. Elmer Dinkley
    April 18, 2012, 5:37 am

    Now I await moderation approval??? Like I said… They are all in it together…

  10. charles mckee
    waxahachie texas
    April 19, 2012, 5:19 pm

    For the last 35 years i have been colecting guns and ammo for no better reason than a zombie attack but since watching your show my son and i have started longterm storage of food collecting rain water so far 2000gals we have started a garden and canning our own food storing seeds and water purification ithink it matters little if the event is nuclear emp or polar shift or even a super volcano the results will be the same when the grocery stores close the stuff will hit the perverbal fan i have to many thoughts to spell out here so please contactme to her the rest as per my email address yes i do own a complete replica of 1960s tv show the munsters and i will defend it and family till the cows come home

  11. wendy peeler
    columbus,kentucky
    April 21, 2012, 3:15 pm

    we watch your show continueously and my husband came up with an idea for you all. first of all you all should help families that don’t have the money to really prep for anything that if something were to happend, like food ,under ground bunkers,and essencials. then air it for all the viewers to see and watch ratings go up. were one of those families that live pay check to pay check that can’t aford to really prep like we want to thats how we came up with that idea. second you all should take and give out preps to people that call in and guess a question that you guys ask like be number 10 caller or something like that and get a food prep package or something of that sort. i think that would help alot of people get started with thier preping. thanks for your time. love the show. youv;e got my e-mail.

  12. john
    Murfreesboro, TN.
    May 10, 2012, 7:02 pm

    I started prepping in 2009. Wendy Peeler or any body else, feel free to contact me @sjds51@bellsouth.net. I have built a bugoutbag thanks to the show, I have weopons, food,first aid, communications. I’m not saying I have every answer, but I have most. SAMS club has a plethera of survival foods! 25 lb buckets with FREE shipping Click on survival foods. For clothing, check out BDU.com

  13. Michelina
    new york
    May 11, 2012, 11:24 am

    My family is prepping against prepper panic. ‘Preppers’ all over the US are selfishly hording food, money and other important resources lowering availability and making cost skyrocket due to speculation and demand.

    On my family’s farm, we raise, grow and process our own foods and pump our own water from a well. We are also learning how to up-cycle, recycle and take care of medical emergencies and hygiene without modern implements. We believe that during most disaster situations, our preps will suffice in pulling MOST people together to work towards a unified survival goal.

    When the preppers emerge from their bunkers they’ll be hungry and we’ll have the food to feed them.

    Once the prepper’s storage runs dry after ‘any’ disaster, natural or man made, they will happily put down their firearms, come out of their bunkers and seek help. We’ll be waiting for them.

  14. Stacey Lange
    Seabrook. Texas
    May 22, 2012, 7:42 pm

    Why is the show no longer on the air? We miss watching it!

  15. bryan may
    indiana
    June 7, 2012, 6:03 pm

    to Tim McauliffeP we are in indiana as well and have been filmed for show they may or not show we put all grains in mylar bags and then seal in 5-6gal buckets so mice and other varmints dont get into them also keeping the area where you store your items clean and like a store helps meaning shelfs and very organized with no spillage on floors and all we also use a dehumidifier where ours is kept to keep dry air and to keep it about 60 all yr or less
    if you would like check out my you tube channel to see where and how it stored if you need more help msh me on you tube and worst case we can talk or i can vid what ever you need help with heres my youtube channel http://www.youtube.com/user/mayswhole?feature=mhee

  16. bryan may
    indiana
    June 7, 2012, 6:06 pm

    to Stacey Lange there is a new season comming out as we were filmed for it thats all i can say on that but it should hit in fall

  17. bryan may
    indiana
    June 7, 2012, 6:26 pm

    i meant to say they may or may not show how we put everything in buckets they will air our show lol

  18. bryan may
    indiana
    June 8, 2012, 11:39 am

    to Tim McauliffeP we are in indiana as well and have been filmed for show ,,,they may not show we put all grains in mylar bags and then seal in 5-6gal buckets so mice and other varmints dont get into them also keeping the area where you store your items clean and like a store helps meaning shelfs and very organized with no spillage on floors and all we also use a dehumidifier where ours is kept to keep dry air and to keep it about 60 all yr or less
    if you would like check out my you tube channel to see where and how it stored if you need more help msh me on you tube and worst case we can talk or i can vid what ever you need help with heres my youtube channel http://www.youtube.com/user/mayswhole?feature=mhee

  19. Thomas A Fry
    United States
    September 2, 2012, 6:29 pm

    I love that people are really trying to be prepared. Storing more than 200 gallons is a waste, I have long lasting filters to clean any water source five years of clean water in the space of 20 gallons of water. How do you shower if you only have say 4000 gallons. These people o the show are camera happy. I have a friend that has 400,000 rounds of ammunition. ten tons of food military equipment, just to start just for his family. I got invited in because of my sniper talents and field medical ability. I think if you do not have atleast 25 personel + family you have only a small chance with the issues that you will face. I am 44 yrs. old and have been training since I was 8. I have family spread out all over the USA. This country will be the last one to have this issue. These people are so concerned with one issue the will miss the mark completely if they don’t seek professional help.Your experts are WAY to lenient on there assessment. May God protect us all and my weapon never jam.Why have 60 weapons with little ammo why not 2 or 3 ad lots of ammo unassembled for longer shelf life. I did not see one person properly training for the multitude of problems that could arise.

  20. Douglas Cartner
    DG73EP
    October 4, 2012, 12:10 pm

    Yh this is more a suggestion for the cook family on the wheels of theyr cart. on the sides of the wheel where the spokes are he should put a plate behind the wheels and connecting some fins on it so instead of using the paddle with two people you can use the wheels each turning on each so to propel your self through easily with no wobble and mabye a boyancy aid on the front handle so its not uder the waer and would reduce drag

  21. Charles Wise
    Hot Springs, Arkansas
    November 5, 2012, 12:09 pm

    I think that a lot of ‘preppers’ go a little too far and as such the fact that our world is actually in trouble gets ignored by many–simply because so many go to the extreme. We have a contingency plan if and when the power goes out, which is more of a ‘when’ to me than an ‘if’. We don’t have huge stockpiles, but keep our supplies limited so that we can be free to move as needed. We are fortunate to live in an area where lakes and wildlife are abundant. Having said that, I believe that Biblically we are in the last days and I am working on publishing a book discussing the closing prophecies of Jesus. Links can be found for free at http://www.writtenwordministries.webstarts.com or writtenwordministries.com.

  22. Joe Matlock
    Texas
    November 10, 2012, 11:31 am

    Do you have a savings account? Do you have insurance (on anything- car, apartment)? Then you are prepper! What is prepping? Storing resources in the event there is a resource denial situation. Further, when your family & friends are prepared, then you are in a position to help others. Our GROUP has done exactly that.

  23. Guy
    November 12, 2012, 10:03 am

    I’m preparing for the day the United States government turns its military and police on the citizens to establish a dictatorship. Possibly when there’s a presidential candidate that doesn’t think 8 years is enough. Chances of survival are slim in a situation like this, but I’d rather go out fighting than taking orders from Big Brother and the Political Elite.