Lessons Learned: After Armageddon (History Channel)

What is the most important lesson you learned from watching History Channel’s After Armageddon? Let me guess: it was how to pick a lock and get into your neighbor’s house. Am I right? Well, that might be good information for when society falls apart but there are so many other lessons to learn from this show. For example, did you know that human beings can only live without water for about three days before their organs start shutting down? That means if you’re relying on bottled water to survive, then all of those bottles add up quickly! There are also plenty of tips on what weapons you should have in case Hell breaks loose. Some people even choose to build bunkers in their backyard or basement because they want an escape plan if

1. Have you ever played the scenario in your head?

2. What’s the most recent disaster or shock that we experienced that made you rethink how to prepare for a chaotic world and possible apocalypse?

3. Was there anything specific from “Lessons Learned: After Armageddon” that surprised you or resonated with you more than others?

4. What lessons did you pick up from watching “Lessons Learned: After Armageddon”?

What’s better than a show that will teach you about how to deal with the inevitable pandemic? A great one is After Armageddon which uses actual experts and doctors. In my opinion, it provides very useful information on what could happen in a real-life disaster situation like this.

The show Armageddon is worth a watch. It’s full of insights about our fragile society, which are good takeaways to keep in mind as we struggle through this difficult time together with the best advice being “Stay positive and help your neighbors!”

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The World has changed, and it is not going to go back. Cities will be the most vulnerable for pandemics with limited medical supplies in short supply if a potential event does happen. Avoid major highways or freeways when there are secondary events of gridlock due to widespread panic from an onset of any kind of emergency situation such as a pandemic outbreak. Have some type security on you always like knives or guns-you never know what might come your way next! Keep packing light so that no matter where life takes you, anything can stay within arm’s reach

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